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- BREWERY TYPE
- Production - Regional
1722 S Fremont Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84104 United States
- Uinta Brewing Company embarked upon its mission of brewing world class, full-flavored, craft beer in the winter of 1993. From a small, renovated mechanic's garage located in Salt Lake City, Uinta began distributing a variety of beer throughout the valley and has since expanded to a 5-acre campus with over 100 employees and a distribution footprint reaching 36 states. Named after an east-west mountain range located in northeastern Utah, many of Uinta's beer names are inspired by Utah's diverse landscapes and history. Fully committed to minimizing their impact on the environment, Uinta brews with 100% Renewable Energy and has lead the way in sustainable brewing since 2001.
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After a seven-month search for a new vice president of sales, Salt Lake City’s Uinta Brewing has hired Brian Curran to lead its sales team. Curran supplants Steve Kuftinec, who spent 18 years with the Utah craft brewery but departed in June to launch a craft distillery in the San Diego area.
Salt Lake City’s Uinta Brewing Company is headed for a milestone moment as the brewery looks to eclipse the 100,000 barrel threshold this year.
Longtime Uinta Brewing vice president of sales Steve Kuftinec will depart the Salt Lake City, Utah-based organization in June, the company announced today. In an interview with Brewbound, Kuftinec said he was leaving to launch a craft distillery, Highway 101 Spirits, which will be located in the San Diego region.
Uinta Brewing Company announces the release of Golden Ale, a rotating park series brewed in celebration of the diverse landscapes across the United States and the over 84 million acres of natural beauty that our National Park system promotes and protects.
A key pair of Ballast Point Brewing executives have departed the San Diego-based brewery less than nine months after its $1 billion sale to Constellation Brands, a spokesperson from the larger company confirmed to Brewbound. Ballast Point president and CEO, Jim Buechler, and chief commercial officer Earl Kight have left Ballast Point to “pursue other interests within the beverage alcohol space,” according to Constellation Brands spokesman Michael McGrew.
Uinta Brewing Company reveals an updated company logo along with an evolved packaging scheme that brings greater brand recognition across their offerings. Designed by Sincerely Truman of Portland, OR, the refreshed logo further embraces use of a compass, Uinta’s company icon.
Uinta Brewing Company takes a fresh approach to their signature IPA, Hop Nosh, introducing a Tangerine variant of the product. Uinta’s new seasonal twist on their top-selling product, Hop Nosh Tangerine IPA, is brewed with real tangerine juice adding a tartness that compliments the notable tropical hop characteristics of the classic Hop Nosh.
Uinta Brewing Company’s flagship Pale Ale, historically known as Cutthroat, is set to test the waters nationally under the name Uinta Pale Ale the company announced today.
Uinta Brewing Company releases Port O’ Call, a Belgian Style Dark Ale aged in Port barrels imported from Portugal’s Douro Valley.
Less than one year after selling a partial ownership to private equity firm The Riverside Company, Uinta Brewing today announced that it has hired former Duvel Moortgat USA and Boulevard Brewing sales chief Steve Mills as its new chief financial officer. Mills takes over for Uinta founder Will Hamill, who had been acting as CEO and will now focus on brand development and brewery innovation in his new role as a company board member.
Uinta Brewing has announced plans to expand its distribution footprint throughout the Midwest, with imminent launches set in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Missouri.
Uinta Brewing today announced expanded distribution throughout Kansas, signing an agreement with the Kansas Craft Alliance, a statewide network of 13 Anheuser-Busch wholesalers. The brewery, headquartered in Salt Lake City, will begin shipping core Uinta offerings like Hop Nosh IPA and Cutthroat Pale Ale to Kansas this week.
There’s now a steady stream of private equity money flowing into craft — but will the floodgates open fully? How will the influx of investment capital impact the competitive landscape? We traveled to the 2014 Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colo. to ask attendees for their thoughts.
Year Round Beers
|Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin||Pumpkin|
|Labyrinth Black Ale||Ale|
|Cockeyed Cooper||Barley Wine|
|Anglers Pale Ale||Pale Ale|
|Detour Double IPA||IPA|
|Anniversary Barley Wine||Barley Wine|
|Blue Sky Pilsner||Pilsner|
|Bristlecone Brown Ale||Brown Ale|
|Cutthroat Pale Ale||Pale Ale|
|Gelande Amber lager||Lager|
|Golden Spike Hefeweizen||Bavarian Hefeweisse|
|Kings Peak Porter||Porter|
|Solstice Kolsch Style Ale||Golden/Blonde|
|Trader India Pale Ale||IPA|
|Monk Shine Style Pale Ale||Pale Ale|
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