In today’s evolutionary craft beer market, we aim to standout through our high-quality, fiercely independent products, as well as our culture and values. We’re serious about the business of making beer, but we never take ourselves too seriously. Having fun, finding outlets for self-expression, remembering the reasons we all moved to Jackson Hole and celebrating the drive that pushed us into the craft beer business to begin with are essential components to bringing you, our customers, the best beer possible. Try some in our tap room on Gregory Lane.
Roadhouse Brewing Co. introduces Jackson’s newest brewpub to the Town Square. Home brewer and entrepreneur Colby Cox collaborated with noted chef and restaurateur Gavin Fine over a passion for microbrewing and complementary foods to develop Roadhouse Brewing Co. This new location gives patrons the opportunity to wash down a quality selection of pub fare with a palatable variety of brews at a convenient downtown location. The pub experience is complete with a street-level pub shop selling Roadhouse to-go beer, Cream + Sugar artisan ice cream and Bovine & Swine sausages in addition to Roadhouse Brewing Co. merchandise.
Just a few blocks off the Town Square, Snake River Brewery is a great place to go any time of the day or night. Twice recognized as the Small Brewery of the Year, this award-winning neighborhood hangout known as “the Brewpub” has an incredible blend of locals and tourists alike. Dine and drink either upstairs or on the main floor. Can’t decide on a brew? Order the sampler tray to get a taste of what’s on tap before diving into a wide range of handcrafted cuisine items. No place in town beats the $9 lunch deal, happy hours and all-day menu items, including award-winning Wyoming bison and beef chili and wings, along with soups and salads. For the main meal, a bevy of wood-fired pizzas, pastas and burgers are available. Don’t forget homemade s’mores for dessert and six-packs for purchase!
Stillwest Brewery & Grill brings an elevated food, brewery and bar experience that celebrates fresh flavors, locally sourced ingredients and mountain views. Located near the base of Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole’s newest brewery and restaurant boasts a wide variety of beers, seasonally inspired cocktails and an inventive menu of scratch-made foods. Stillwest’s craft beers stay true to style when it comes to recipes and processes, but the brewery isn’t afraid to develop compelling experimental ales and lagers. Flagship beers and seasonal offerings flow from its 10 taps, but if you aren’t in the mood for beer, the well-rounded wine list and signature cocktail program will have something to quench everyone’s thirst.