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Old 10-16-2008, 06:01 PM   #1
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I've gotta go to Salt Lake City on Sunday for work and I'm looking for any decent pubs to go to. Also, do they serve alcohol on Sunday? I'll only be there overnight but would like a place to get a couple of good beers. Thanks for the help.

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Old 10-16-2008, 06:18 PM   #2
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Go to Squatters. I love their Full Suspension Pale Ale. Good food too. Yes they serve alcohol on Sunday. Also if you want to catch a flick, check out Brewvies. It's a theater that has micro brew on tap. Good stuff.

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Old 10-16-2008, 06:23 PM   #3
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Sounds good, thanks. How close is Squatters to the airport?

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The pub is downtown and the airport is on the outskirts of down town. Turns out Squatters has an Airport pub. Perfect. Concourse C Terminal 2.

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Thanks for the info.

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If you only go to one brewpub in SLC go to squatters. The one in the airport is a good place to kill time. If you have time you could also try Red Rock Brewing or www.uintahbrewing.com . Squatters is right downtown and has good food. These guys have perfected making good beer with a 3.2% abv limit under state law. Full Suspension Pale is good but also try the Captain Bastards Stout.

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Squatters is right downtown and has good food. These guys have perfected making good beer with a 3.2% abv limit under state law.
I recently learned that it's 3.2 by weight, not volume, which makes it stronger than I thought. 4.3 maybe?
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If you have time you could also try Red Rock Brewing or www.uintahbrewing.com .
While I've never been to the actual brewery or their brewpub, I'll vouch that Uinta makes some great beers. I love their cutthroat pale ale - so much so that I'm asking a friend of mine to bring me back a sixpack.

btw, the right link is Uinta Brewing Company - Earth, Wind and Beer.
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No, everything fun in Utah is illegal.
Not everything, you can still eat green Jello........................
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