About Moab Brewery
The Moab Brewery was founded in 1996 by John Borkoski (John is also the founder of a brewery in McCall, Idaho) and Dave Sabey (Dave appreciates a good beer anywhere!). Together with their partners, John and Dave have created an oasis in the desert. Moab Brewery is proud to be Moab’s only microbrewery. The beautiful and unique landscape in and around Moab provides inspiration for our fresh, hand-crafted ales.
Our most popular, Dead Horse Ale, takes its name from a scenic overlook near Canyonlands National Park. Our Dead Horse Ale is a favorite among both locals and visitors along with our Red Rye IPA, Derailleur Red Ale, Moab Especial, Over the Top Hefeweizen, and nitrogen-conditioned Raven Stout. Along with our Rocket Bike Lager, Golden Sprocket Wit and our new Johnny's American IPA, we have a variety of offerings.
After a day of cycling, river running or hiking, guests at the Moab Brewery can not only look forward to enjoying our award-winning beer, but also to dining at what has become known as the most popular restaurant in Moab, serving lunch and dinner year round. We have a state liquor license which makes Moab Brewery an even more accommodating restaurant and pub.
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