May 20, 2019. Salt Lake City – Raise a glass to Salt Lake, the destination that has spawned an abundance of award-winning craft beers from a number of local brewmasters. Now it’s easier and more affordable than ever to sample, experience and enjoy Salt Lake’s suds thanks to Visit Salt Lake’s new Salt Lake Brewery Tour Pass.
The capital of “Brewtah” has one of the most vibrant brewpub scenes in the country, which pairs nicely with the area’s cultural attractions, live summer concerts and epic hiking and mountain biking. The self-guided Salt Lake Brewery Tour Pass introduces beer lovers and drinkers to the area’s award-winning craft ales, lagers, porters and ciders of 14 of Salt Lake’s top breweries and brewpubs. It encourages people to create their own pub tour and sample award-winning beers by offering $5 off at each of the dozen participating breweries.
“The Salt Lake Brewery Tour Pass is the perfect choice for out-of-town visitors and residents alike, or those who may have family or friends in town or simply want to explore Salt Lake’s award-winning craft brewing options,” said Scott Beck, president and CEO of Visit Salt Lake. “The Salt Lake Brewery Tour Mobile Pass is a fun way to explore them all at your own pace.”
The participating Salt Lake Breweries are Desert Edge Brewery, Fisher Brewing Company, Kiitos Brewing, Mountain West Cider, Proper Brewing Co., Red Rock Brewing Co., RoHa Brewing Project, SaltFire Brewing Co., Shades of Pale Brewing, Squatters Pub, Toasted Barrel Brewery and West Side Tavern (Squatters & Wasatch Beers).
Ranging in price from just $15-$30 the Pass is a great value, giving cardholders a $5 credit at each of the 14 breweries (a $60 value). The Pass is available in one-, three-day and 90-day options, the last of which is ideal for those who want a few months to explore and sample Salt Lake’s best breweries. Whether those interested in exploring Salt Lake’s beer scene are here for a day, a week or are full-time residents, all three options give passholders a $5 credit at each of the featured breweries, a $60 value.
Good at 14 Salt Lake breweries, a one-day Brewery Tour Pass is $20 and is valid for 24 hours after its first use; the three-day Pass is $30 and valid for 72 hours after first use; the 90-Day Pass is $40 and valid for 90 days after the first use. All passes must be activated within 180 days of purchase. Passes can be purchased at Visit Salt Lake, and Passes are downloaded to mobile devices. Passholders must be 21 years old to consume alcoholic beverages.
Another value-added tool for visitors to explore Salt Lake is the Connect Pass, an affordable all-in-one admission ticket to Salt Lake’s most popular attractions that offers savings from 50 – 80% off regular admission rates. The Connect Pass starts at just $30 for children, $32 for seniors and $36 for adults, and is available as 1-, 2-, 3- or 365-day consecutive pass, so visitors can choose the option that works best for their group, trip dates and overall itinerary.
The Pass includes 17 offerings at 14 different attractions, including the Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway, The Leonardo, Lion House Pantry, Tracy Aviary, Natural History Museum of Utah, Red Butte Garden, Utah's Hogle Zoo, This is The Place Heritage Park, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Thanksgiving Point's Museum of Ancient Life, Museum of Natural Curiosity, Gardens, the Snowbird Aerial Tram and the Utah Olympic Park. Go to Connect Pass for details.
Visit Salt Lake is a private, non-profit corporation responsible for the promotion of Salt Lake as a vibrant, modern destination brimming with unexpected dining, lodging, nightlife and entertainment options, a destination well-suited for convention and leisure travel alike. In partnership with Salt Lake County, Visit Salt Lake’s mission is to improve the area economy by attracting and providing support to conventions, leisure travelers and visitors while being a leader in environmental responsibility. For more information on all that Salt Lake has to offer, go to www.VisitSaltLake.com
Pricing and number of breweries included updated 04/07/2021