Located on the south end of the town, Moab Brewery is Moab’s only microbrewery. They opened in 1996, are a pub as well as a restaurant. With many television screens, this is a place to watch your favorite game surrounded by bikes, jeeps and other toys at eye level and above.
They make eleven beers and as well as have seasonal beers on tap, their beers are rated at 9%. Their main brewer, Jeff Van Horn began his beer-brewing career as a keg washer in 1997 before joining the Moab Brewery team.
The menu has an extensive variety of options to fill all your cravings after a long day playing in the desert. Their long appetizer menu offers standard fare from Nachos, which are anything but standard to Crab & Artichoke Dip and Beer Battered Rings. The Beer Cheese Soup is delicious; also ask about the soup of the day. The salad, vegetarian offerings, burgers, fish and chicken and “from the range options are so wide, they each have their own page.
It is family friendly with a Kid’s menu and even has a homemade Gelato stand at the entrance