Here are some questions we are asked often. If you do not see your question, or would like more information, please contact us. We are happy to help.
Simple, are "U-IN-TAH" craft beer?
Only kidding. We were named after the Uinta mountain range. Located in northeastern Utah, the Uintas are the only range that runs East to West in the continental U.S. The Uinta mountain range sets a high bar for running in its own direction, and so, we like to try and do the same.
Just west of downtown Salt Lake City, our state-of-the-art brewhouse produces enough beer to serve over 30 states. We offer tours by appointment only, so if you're planning on visiting in the near future please contact us to book a tour while you're in town.
Unfortunately, no. The law doesn't permit us to ship beer. You can find availability information by state here.
While it would be cool to have wind turbines at the brewery, there aren't any on the premises. Uinta purchases all of its wind power from a wind farm in Wyoming. The solar panels however, are located on the roof of the brewery.
Thanks for asking. Uinta has bins for brown glass recycling on the West side of the parking lot. Please note that we can accept BROWN GLASS ONLY. In order to continue this community service, the bin must not have anything else other than BROWN GLASS.
The State of Utah classifies beer by weight (3.2% ABW—alcohol by weight) rather than by volume (4% ABV). Uinta's beers range from 4% ABV to 13.2% ABV.
Not at all. Utah, like many states, has a state-run system, requiring you to purchase higher-alcohol content beers at a state-run liquor store. Beer available in grocery and convenience stores are capped at 4% alcohol by volume (3.2 by weight); the same system as in Colorado, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Kansas. Uinta Currently brews beers ranging from 4% ABV to 13.2% ABV.