Brewery & Restaurant
Located just a block south of Pioneer Park, Bewilder Brewing Co. is Salt Lake’s newest brewpub. From our start in homebrewing, and operating Salt City Brew Supply, to opening Bewilder, we have always had a focus on helping people in their discovery of the craft beer world and the process of brewing beer. We have a love of style specific beer, but have fun venturing into the unique as well. Bewilder has 16 tap handles that we are working to fill as we grow and hope people will follow us on our journey in this new venture.
Bewilder also has food, and we are open for lunch to cater to the people working and living in downtown SLC. Our kitchen makes in-house traditional and unique sausages from scratch, along with pickles and fermented vegetables to pair with those regional beers from the brewery. A selection of appetizers, sandwiches, salads and scones round out the menu to give everyone an option to enjoy.
If you are exploring downtown Salt Lake City on foot, bike, or scooter we are close to most downtown amenities, and if you are driving downtown from the suburbs, we have dedicated and overflow parking at the brewery to make things easy.
Can be found here:
- 445 South 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101(385) 528-3840
Salt Lake City, UT
- 445 South 400 West
- Salt Lake City, UT 84101
- Message: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ross Metzger and Cody McKendrick
As homebrewers turned entrepreneurs, the owners of bewilder first started in the Utah beer industry when they opened Salt City Brew Supply homebrew store in Midvale in 2011, then Ogden City Brew Supply a few years later in Ogden. Helping people learn to brew by getting people excited in craft beer was the next step and after finding a location downtown in 2018 that fit the bill, they worked for over a year to open Bewilder. Bewilder Brewing is in the newly coined “Post District” of Salt Lake City between Broadway and the Granary District with easy freeway access and within walking distance of the city center. The building was originally built to house the Western Electric Company over 110 years ago, and has now been restored to its historic look with exposed brick and wood with a great open feel that works well for a brewpub.