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Level Crossing Brewing Company

Award-winning Utah Local Beers

Our beers are more than just liquid, they are the medium in which we share our stories, passions and life experiences with our customers. We’ve combined high-quality ingredients with innovative brewing processes to create award winning beers that are complex, yet sessionable.

Not only do we have award-winning beers, our hand stretched, wood-fired pizzas sourcing local ingredients have been a local favorite as well. Visit our taproom in South Salt Lake City, grab a pint and get to know us.

Can Be Found Here:

  • Harmons
  • Whole Foods
  • Liberty Fresh Market – Salt Lake City
  • Caputos Market – Salt Lake City
  • Caputos Market – Holladay
  • The Store – Gateway
  • Various Bars & Restaurants – Salt Lake City


An excellent brewery in the middle of Salt Lake City. Good range on tap as well as seltzer for the non-beer drinkers. Great pizzas made in their pizza oven – I recommend “The Level Crossing”. Fun bingo nights etc as well!” – Rebecca Wood, Google Review

Unique and tasty brews! Delicious wood fired pizza! Attentive, pleasant service. My fave beer out of my flight selection was the 2021 GABF Bronze Medal Winner brew Vienna-Style Lager. I definitely plan on making Level Crossing Brewing Company a regular stop every time I get to Salt Lake City.” – K Turner, Google Review

Great new edition to the growing microbrew environment in SLC. Great beers especially their Hazy Pale Ale. Brewery looks great and beer was excellent.” – Brian Hall, Google Review

Salt Lake City, Utah

  • 2496 S West Temple
  • Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
  • 385-270-5752

Mark Medura

At Level Crossing Brewing Company, our terroir, or defining characteristics, encapsulate the overall essence of passion and camaraderie. The red feather in our logo is a long-standing family tradition of always leaving an empty place setting for “Red Feather” at the dinner table. This is to celebrate the tradition of hospitality and inclusion. The empty seat is left open just in case a weary traveler, family member, or friend knocks on the door, so there would be a place for them to join.