Roadhouse Brewing Company News


Exciting things are happening along the Village Road this summer. It is a new season starting with an all new menu at the Roadhouse Brewing Company, along with a new mug club to join, the opening of the Cream and Sugar Ice Cream Shack and, for one weekend only, a locally hosted Alex’s Lemonade Stand. You wont want to miss any of it.

Roadhouse Brewing Co.

The Roadhouse Brewing Company has debuted its all new menu for summer featuring great comfort food to go along with their amazing selection of locally brewed beer. Don’t let the new name, new logo, and new summer menu fool you… you will still find the same award winning craft beer that locals and visitors love. Be sure to check into the “mug club” that is starting up. For $50 a year you can enjoy their craft beer in your own special mug and receive discounts on all sorts of items.

Also not to be missed is the Cream and Sugar ice cream shack out front. Great for walking or biking to if you live nearby, you can enjoy ice cream either on-the-go or on the lawn. They are serving up the Cream and Sugar ice cream sandwiches, soft serve, and even a draft beer.

Cream and Sugar Ice Cream Shack

Nothing says summer like a lemonade stand, and nothing beats a lemonade stand with purpose. This weekend, a group of Jackson Hole children are gathering together to host a lemonade stand to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a non-profit that raises money for pediatric cancer. This lemonade stand is part of a local effort to offer support to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. The effort began locally this winter under the drive of restaurateur Gavin Fine and resident Kristin Kelly. The inaugural event raised about $20,000 for ALSF and sparked many fires – from inspiring local kids to become involved to creating the idea of a summer event. Be sure to swing by the front lawn and enjoy a refreshing glass of lemonade on June 10.Information on this weekends event are below:


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From Park City, to Tahoe, to Jackson I found myself floating like a snowflake from one ski town to the next. But once I arrived in Jackson in 2006 I knew that this was home. Growing up ski racing and traveling the world, from a young age I learned to love all sorts of food and at least try everything once. I loved being in the kitchen with my mom and grandmother when I was home, and got my kitchen work ethic from them. Some of my favorite dishes I often refer to as “the kitchen sink”, everything from the fridge, no recipe, just winging it and throwing in what moves me. Now I spend most of my time chasing my husband and two little boys around the mountains we call home. We love digging in the dirt, cruising through the farmers markets and cooking outside. My house and kitchen are always open and often filled with laughter from family and friends.

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