Moab Brewery, Moab, UT

On our 2009 road trip we spent two nights in Moab, so we could go to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park.  We were delighted to find that the brewery was within easy walking distance of our hotel.  We ate dinner there both nights we were in town and really enjoyed it.  The place has a nice ambience, the beer was great, as was the food and the service.  We really had a chance to see the level of their commitment to quality on our second night when we decided to buy a bottle of their Belgian-style beer.  They had discovered that not all the bottles were well carbonated, and they opened bottles for us until we found one with the right level of carbonation.

At this distance in time away from our experience, it is difficult to remember what food we ordered, but it was definitely interesting and tasty, something we have come to expect from brewpubs.  The menu, along with their beers and their online retail store can be found at their very well done website:

The Moab Brewery does a very good job of proving that one can have great beer without high alcohol content.  This is another place we will certainly visit if we are in the area, and would recommend for their food and service, as well as their beer.

July, 2010: As a post-script, we had such good memories of the Moab Brewery that we altered the course of our trip so we could visit it again.  We enjoyed our visit as much this time as we had before.  Not only were the beer, food and service excellent, we also had a great time watching some of the people there.  The brewpub seems to attract nice people.

August, 2013:  As we were planning to visit Arches National Park, we had to eat (and drink beer) at Moab Brewery.  Yet again it was a wonderful choice.  If you are like us and want a salad to go with your beer, their gyro salad is a great choice.  The beers are still as good as we remembered them to be.  They have added a room to the restaurant which is like an enclosed patio.  This time we are able to include photos in this album, to give you a feel for the place.

© Susan L. Stone 2015