Hops on the Hill 2017 At Stein Eriksen Lodge
Park City is NOT a staycation. If you live anywhere along the Wasatch Front, stop making excuses to avoid the very short, 20-minute drive. With the cooler, cleaner air and summer vibe, Park City, in addition to the myriad of daytime adventure, is made for date nights. There are free concerts at Deer Valley on Wednesdays, touring bands at Newpark Plaza at Kimball Junction on Thursdays, rocking national acts on Saturday at PCMR/Canyons, local music at sunset outside of Billy Blanco’s on Sundays, 2-for-1 coupons at all of the best restaurants (in the Park Record Newspaper). That leaves Monday, Tuesday and Fridays to be home bodies. Whoops not quite. For a classy affair on the deck at Deer Valley’s Stein Eriksen Lodge you and your other half can toast to a bit of sophistication at Hops on the Hill 2017.
Every Tuesday night this summer Hops on the Hill brings you regional craft beer tastings with specially selected BBQ food pairings starting at 6 p.m., along with a concert. The beer is $20 and the food is $20 but the music is free so feel free to grab a bite beforehand.
Who’s On Tap For Hops On The Hill 2017
Local breweries include Squatters and Park City Brewery, Red Rock Brewing and Epic Brewing Company, Uinta Brewing and Bonneville Brewery, 2 Row Brewing and Bohemian Brewery, Wasatch Brewery and Proper Brewing Company. This summer’s bands feature Mother Lode, Gary Tada, Red Desert Ramblers, Terrence and the Two-Headed Monster and The Lazlos.
Ten percent of the proceeds from food and drink sales go toward the Youth Sports Alliance, an organization dedicated to supporting and enabling youth to participate, learn, compete and excel in sports.
Here’s your 2017 calendar for brews and beats:
Breweries: Squatters & Red Rock
Band: Mother Lode
Breweries: Park City & Epic
Band: Red Desert Ramblers
Breweries: Roha & Bonneville
Band: Gary Tada
Breweries: 2Row & Bohemian
Band: Terrence and the Two Headed Monster
Breweries: Proper & Uinta
Band: The Lazlos
Breweries: Wasatch & Melvin
Band: Utah County Swillers
The Tuesday events costs $40 in advance and $45 at the door and if you want more than “tastes”, the bar is open with $5 beer, $10 wine and $10 liquor.