Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Jack Mormon Brewing Company

A quick update for you this morning before I get to the title story. All Star Brewing (formerly Tracks Brewing) has done something that we've all been hoping for, no... the brewery is still not open, but they have officially changed their name to something with more of a local feel. Bonneville Brewing. And why not, it's practically on the front door of the Bonneville Salt Flats and it does technically reside on the extinct Lake Bonneville's real estate. It's a good fit and a great name. Now they just have to get the damn place open.

Cruser Rowland, owner of Jack Mormon Coffee Co., along with local home brewer Chris Detrick will soon be resurrecting Jack Mormon Coffee Stout. The original was brewed a couple years back by Detrick & Epic Brewing. That relationship dissolved but the stout would not die and will soon be added to the list beverages you can purchase at  Jack Mormon Coffee Co. or as it will soon be known  Jack Mormon Brewing Co. 

This will be Utah's fourth brewery/brewpub planned for 2013 ( Avenues Proper and Publick House, Vernal Brewing, Bonneville Brewing & Jack Mormon Brewing ). Rowland is still in the early stages of planning and will not be limiting himself to coffee beers. Until the project gets off the ground, fans can purchase Jack Mormon Coffee Stout t-shirts at the coffee shop located at 82  E.Street in Salt Lake City.

Cheers!

4 comments:

KAGent777 said...

Thanks Mikey,

It will be cool to be able to get Jack Mormon Coffee Stout again. I was able to have it one time and it was fantastic. Keep coming with the updates.

Cheers,
Scott

DJ Benway said...

When is this going to be on sale? And will we be able to get it at Jack Mormon, or will it be in liquor stores?

holly said...

Ooh, I did really like the Jack Mormon Stout. Interested to see what else they brew.

Chris Detrick said...

Hi DJ,

We are still in the early stages of planning the brewery, so there is no firm date on when we will be able to start selling the beer. When we do open, we hope to be selling from the both brewery and the liquor stores. We will be sure to keep the Utah beer community updated on our progress.