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Snake River Brewing Company & Brewpub

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Place Score: 91
Ratings: 71
Reviews: 34
rAvg: 4.06
pDev: n/a
Taps: 7
Bottles: 3
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

265 S Millward St
PO Box 3317
Jackson, Wyoming, 83001-3317
United States
phone: (307) 739-2337

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Welcome to Jackson Hole, Wyoming!

Make yourself at home at Snake River Brewing in the heart of the Teton Mountain Range. All roads, trails, bike paths, climbing routes and ski runs lead to "The Brewpub"! After a day in the great outdoors how can you not partake of a tasty malt beverage and a delicious meal?

Considered by many to be Jackson's "living room", our pub provides locals and visitors alike a unique social experience. We are non-smoking (always have been) and family-friendly.

We open each day at 11:30 am and our kitchen serves until 11:00 pm. Wyoming says you gotta leave by 2:00am.

We've been around since 1994 when Joni and Albert Upsher decided to open the restaurant and brewery. In 2007, the Upshers retired and sold to Ted and Noa Staryk. Snake River Brewing has always been family owned and operated. Everything here is handmade, we even have our own bakery.

If you're thirsty or hungry or both, we can help. Hope to see you soon!
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Photo of loren01
3.78/5  rDev -6.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Went here the other day after a day of hiking up in the Tetons. Arrived early afternoon on a Sunday and the place was hopping. They have a couple nice patio areas and we were able to grab a table on the upstairs patio. Had a pint of their Pako IPA which was very tasty and my wife had their lager which was also very good. We shared a plate of their happy hour nachos which were cheap and tasty. Their normal prices were pretty high but thats Jackson Hole. I did buy a six pack of the Pako IPA in cans and it was $9 for a six pack...good IPA but thats a little much...once again though its Jackson Hole so what do you expect. Overall very solid place, I would frequent Snake river a ton if I lived in the area.

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Photo of cbutova
4.16/5  rDev +2.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Visited with the parents during our trip to the Tetons/Yellowstone. This was one of the breweries I was looking forward to visiting on the trip. My experience with beer in this area of the country was severely limited before this summer and I had only heard good things about this spot in Jackson. I also had heard good things about Jackson itself so I was intrigued to see how the local craft beer scene was.

As far as vibe goes, it definitely felt like a brewpub with the fermentation tanks in and outside of the restaurant. Plenty of TVs around with various sports games on. Not a beer geek devoted spot but you can tell the place is devoted to the beer they brew. Easy beer-to-go station right as you walk in which should be obvious but I have seen other highly touted brewpubs lacking quick, easy options.

All of the beers I tried were above average to great. I really enjoyed Zonker and Pako's fresh from the source. The cans of Pako's we got were also excellent throughout our trip in the midwest. We had food which was some of the better food I have had at a brewpub. Excellent house-made beer sausage. The whole family was happy with the food. Overall a good brewpub where you can tell they are devoted to both the beer and food, not just trying to make a quick buck.

Photo of Mothergoose03
3.4/5  rDev -16.3%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.25 | service: 3.25 | selection: 3.25 | food: 4.25

This was stop #36 for my wife and I on a 21-day pub-crawl from Michigan to N. CA and OR. We stopped here on a Wednesday evening to enjoy their beers and to have dinner. The place was busy, but our timing was right and we were seated right away.

The beer menu had 10 beers listed, but only 8 were available so we ordered a sampler flight of all eight. Each of the beers was brewed to style and was average or a little better, but none were so notable to mentioned here. However, the food was very good and out-shined the beer.

This is a place that is a worthy visit, but don’t expect to be wowed by the beers. We’d probably go back again, but the food would be the prime motivator.

Photo of yemenmocha
4.34/5  rDev +6.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Very reasonable brewery prices for a touristy town that can attract a lot of big spenders. Enjoyed most of their beers via the little samplers. Fairly regular pub fare offerings, so went with pizza. Good service considering how busy it was. Thought the seating situation could be better to accommodate more people.

Photo of argock
3.99/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75 | food: 3.5

Snake River Brewing has the feeling of a family-owned business and is a great place to enjoy a few beers and some typical pub food with some friends or bring a big family group with small kids like we did. The staff doesn't seem to mind -- they do an excellent job either way.

A: The atmosphere is pretty typical for a brewery-restaurant combo, but it has a somewhat more kitschy, quaint, family-owned feel to it. There are two main levels and both operate pretty similarly. It is a pretty large restaurant overall, and all on-tap beers (about 10) are available.

Q: The quality of the beers were excellent. I ordered a Snake River Lager and Pako's IPA and both were exceptional. I tried my father-in-law's Kolsch and it was quite good, a little light in the maltiness department but pretty good. The food was pretty usual brewpub-type food but got the job done. I had a veggie burger which was probably the least good entree, clearly from a box.

S: The service was remarkable -- we had a large party of 11 people with small kids. Beers and drinks were there pronto and the food was at our table in 15 minutes -- couldn't have been more perfect. A couple of small errors but they were rectified quickly. The servers were in good spirits and didn't seem to mind helping a table with at least one screaming toddler.

S: They have about 10 beers on tap and all are fresh and good-to-great examples of the style they say they are. This is a quality small brewery -- you will not be disappointed in the beer and the overall experience is good. Prices are definitely reasonable -- especially for Jackson Hole.

F: The food was typical brewpub stuff - nachos, etc. The portions were appropriate to large. Nobody left hungry.

Snake River Brewing is just what you are looking for -- excellent beers and service with a comfortable, local vibe.

Photo of DavidGross
4.75/5  rDev +17%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

Visited SRBC in June with my college buddy and was awesome. Beer was amazing. i had a sampler, followed by a pale ale. Staff was very good and took care of us. Food among our group was really good. Everyone in our group had a great meal and visit. Can't wait to go back!

Photo of dcloeren
4.03/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Stopped in on a recent trip to Jackson, WY.

The place was pretty typical for a brewpub. TV's, music playing, big bar with a few different stations of taps, visible brewing equipment, etc...

They quality of what I sampled while there was great. 8 beers on tap if I remember correctly with a cask available as well. Pakos IPA and Zonker Stout were their two flagships that stood out to me. But the clear cut winner was Le Serpent. I made sure to get seconds of this one.

The service was good, not great. It might have been more on us than them as we had had their beers all over town all week and didn't really feel the need to ask too many questions. Regardless, my beer was poured and served with no problems.

I can't speak to the whole menu, but the Wild Game Chili was fantastic.

Good value for what you get. Definitely worth checking out.

Photo of iJew
4.1/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 5

I visited Snake River Brewpub on September 1st, 2012.

Don't let this review skew you in any way, but my only only real complaint of Snake River Brewpub was its absence of seating availability. There was no rhyme or reason to its function. People standing everywhere; almost on top people at their dinner tables whilst the couple was eating. People standing in front, and around the bar without knowing where to stand to ask for a beer. Only two pavilion seats outside; figured there would be more outside seating with an attending waitress... or, even a few rover style waitresses working the outside standing area to somewhat squelch the chaos in front of the bar. However, the bartenders did a good job at eagle eying the customers, but the system could be a lot better and less stressful.

Other than the seating situation, the environment was awesome, the people were more than friendly; the Brewpub location was FANTASTIC. The food was great, and the beer was more than enjoyable.

Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.1/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Pako is a name of a dog and the name of a very good beer from this fine brewery that I can't get back home. And Snake River Brewing is a nice place with a self guided tour and a reasonable sampler with solid beers. And I am one who is a great fan of their Zonker Stout. People where friendly for the most part, and the building was modern. Had the lunch special and food was ok for pub fare, but not the best. I don't know if I will get back to Jackson, but if I do you can be sure I will be going back.

Photo of Rbald42
3.9/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped here on my move up to Montana.

The place is modern, clean, busy, and well laid out. There was an upstairs area and the design allowed you to see back into the brewery from the bar. Had the Pako's IPA and the stout, both of which were served in a room temp glass and were very tasty. The bartenders were courteous and helpful. Seemed to be a lot of locals, which is a good sign. Only drawback was the loud, annoying techno/house music playing which made conversation difficult. The shit was blaring. Had the bleu cheese burger, which was delicious.

Photo of dirtylou
4.05/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Snake River is located in Jackson, a place most people probably love or hate. Despite being the worlds largest frat house, we enjoyed our evening in town before swiftly returning to our nearby campsite in Grand Teton NP.

This place was absolutely buzzing on a Saturday night - we grabbed a buzzer and waited in the bar. The US was getting slaughtered by Mexico in the Gold Cup and that buzzer never did go off so we found a home at the bar for the evening.

I'm not sure if Jackson has an off-season, but the bar had a lot of locals in it though the smell of tourists was strong.

The building was bright, lofted and packed with people. The beer was all quite nice (IPA, pale, california common, stout) and the food was also great. I had the truffle mushroom pie with sage, peppers and goat cheese - quite tasty.

Definitely worth a break from the campfires if you're staying in lower Grand Teton.

Photo of ThreeWiseMen
4.28/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

My family and I stopped in here a few nights ago for dinner and a few pints. We had just arrived at the Jackson Airport and it was just after 10:00pm. Snake River Brewpub happened to be one of the only places open for dining at that time of night.

Snake River Brewpub was hoppin' when we showed up - we were lucky to find a table! The crowd was comprised mainly of young people, with a few old cowboys scattered about. The interior looks like a mix between warehouse and local pizza joint; high ceilings and wooden rafters, with arcade games upstairs. It felt very comfy.

We ordered two pizzas and a couple rounds of beer. Our waitress was friendly and speedy, although she didn't seem too beer-savvy. That was fine though because the menu provided detailed descriptions of each ale and lager. The beer selection was diverse, and it seemed like every offering boasted multiple GABF and WBC awards. Both the food and beer were stellar, and we'll definitely be back here before we fly out on Friday (June 24th).

If you find yourself in Jackson Hole, make sure you pay a visit to Snake River Brewpub!

Photo of youbrewidrink
3.88/5  rDev -4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Classic brewbub, visible brew system, big lofty building with lots of glass. Numerous awards decorate the post & beam interior.Nice outdoor seating area w/plenty of bike racks.

We tried numerous brew and they were all true to style, no real standouts, just solid tasty beer.

Service was a little weak until we asked for some local information, then the great personalities came out.

The food was served propmtly and the portions were generous. The locals sitting at the bar were very engaging and downright helpful with every topic that were asked about.

If your in Jackson and like brewpubs this is a must stop.

Photo of lespaulrocker
3.95/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Went to Jackson for a few days and saw that this was the "most awarded small brewery in America" so I figured I'd go eat and have a beer here one night. I wasn't disappointed.

The atmosphere was okay. The outside wasn't very inviting, but the inside was pretty great. A lot of talking and regulars who were pretty obnoxious but that's not too bad.

The food was amazing. Good selection on the menu. The bison bratwurst was phenomenal.

The beer was amazing, as it should be.

The service was okay. Our server came by the table three times and that's about it.

I'll definitely come here again if I'm ever in Jackson.

Photo of dtivp
3.93/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stopped in Jackson on the way to a conference in Jackson Hole. Jackson was your typical tourist town, while everyone headed to the Cowboy Bar or the Silver Dollar, we went got out of the tourist traps and headed to the Snake River Brewing Company. What a nice surprise, a large outdoor seating area along with a large first and second floor seating area with the brew works in the background. Both floorsalso had very nice bar areas. The atmosphere was very nice, what you would expect from a brewery and brewpub.
They had about seven beers on tap, including Fitzy Stout in cask. They also had a nice bottle selection of their beer.
Our waitress was a rookie, her second day on the job, so I'll cut her some slack, she was trying hard and did a good job. She was very attentive and was still learning the beer styles.
The menu was very nice, the griddled polenta and the California pizza were excellent.
We headed out just as the big storm hit, so instead of getting soaked, we retreated to the upstairs bar. The bar tender was very friendly and had great beer knowledge. I was able to sample a few more of the snake river selections, thank you weatherman.
All in all this is a great stop if your in Jackson, a bit pricy, however, that goes with the territory.

Photo of woosterbill
4.25/5  rDev +4.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I took my in-laws here for lunch on our recent trip to the area, and we wound up coming back for dinner as well that same day. Need I say more?

The atmosphere was an interesting mix of open industrial decor with laid-back outdoor themed artwork, with the brewing apparatus highlighted rather than hidden; the presence of scores of hanging mug-club glasses proves that this is a place that locals frequent, which definitely set it apart from most of the tourist-trap establishments in Jackson. The wide open spaces also helped keep the noise level down, even when the place was crowded on a Saturday night (but only so crowded that we had to wait 5 minutes for a table - not bad at all). Service was friendly and attentive (especially at lunch, when it wasn't as busy).

The quality of the beer was top notch. I tried at least a sample of each of their brews, and all were solid (with Zonker Stout and Pako's IPA being the standouts; the lagers were also quite good - for lagers). My only complaint was that they didn't offer any guest taps (or a full bar), and their beer lineup was geared more toward the masses than a beer geek like me - I didn't really see the need for both a Dortmunder and a Vienna lager, or both an amber and a brown ale. A slightly more adventurous list of available beers would have more than made up for the lack of guest taps.

All the food I tried was good (the artichoke dip was an awesome appetizer, and my wife loved her pasta with spicy peanut sauce ), with the lone exception being the peach ice cream sandwich. If you want dessert, go for the chocolate cake made with the stout.

All in all, SRB provided a great brewpub experience both for me and my less beer-obsessed in-laws, and is definitely a place I'll return to if ever in the area again.

Cheers!

Photo of Shaw
3.88/5  rDev -4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

My wife and I came here on a Saturday night in early June. It was busy and a little loud, but that had to be expected. It's all nonsmoking, which is great.

As a hophead, I wish they had something hoppy, but the beers I had were very good. I had their OB-1 Organic Ale on cask, which was yummy. I also ordered a sample of their Backdraft Lager and their saison. Both were good.

My wife had their pesto and I had the SRB Cobb salad. Good food.

Our server, Matt, was quick and attentive.

Overall, this is a fine brewpub with more to offer than the standard pub fare and beer.

Photo of justin7742
4.1/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I went to the Snake River Brewpub while on vacation visiting relatives. I liked the feel of the place as it seemed like a Rocky Mountain lodge. It was like coming to a warm log cabin after being out in the cold for a long period of time, which it was very cold when I was there. I tried the Snake River Pale Ale which was pretty decent but nothing to brag about. Then I tried the Zonker Stout with my lunch which was a pretty good stout. The food was good and I had no problems with the service. The price may be a little on the high side, but living in Florida, it seemed perfectly normal to me. On my way out I even purchased a t-shirt and pint glass, hey I was on vacation.

Photo of blackie
3.88/5  rDev -4.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

visited after a week working in Rock Springs, before heading back for another, with the primary objective being to summit Static Mountain in the Tetons

atmosphere: set a few blocks off the main drag, conveniently located next to a parking garage, entered by way of the outdoor patio where I was able to enjoy a stout in the wonderfully cool weather, the kind in which a fleece is comfortable but a t-shirt lets you catch just a touch of that much anticipated chill, Friday is a busy night though not excessively so, atmosphere is pretty standard and relaxed, downstairs is the bar and main dining room, with additional seating and the brew tanks located upstairs

quality: the beers were well brewed if a bit common in style, no problems, served in a standard pint

service: no complaints and no raves...promptly brought the biers and food, nothing more or less

selection: 7 or so standards were available, nothing adventurous, and the cask was unavailable (boo), I had the Zonker Stout (good) and OB-1 (meh), also available were a wit, lager, dortmunder, pale and a couple others

food: wanting something local-ish, I opted for the Idaho trout served with a hash of asparagus, tomato, blue potato, and bacon...it was good, the ingredients were fresh and were generally unadulterated with seasoning, but it was far from remarkable

value: on the expensive side I suppose, but this is one of the more tourist-centric places around so it's almost implied, most beers were $4, with the OB-1 and cask at $4.50, I thought my trout dish a bit overpriced at $14.something, but then again I enjoyed it and left satisfied

Photo of kinglouix
3.7/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 4

Hey it's Jackson so everything is a bit pricey but it's really not bad and not more expensive then other good atmosphere brewpubs in other cities. Just serving chips as a side with a $10+ sandwich has never gone over big with me. I ordered the Green Burrito and it was excellent and came with some fine slaw. THE OBI beer was excellent but they were out of two other beers I wanted to order, so that was dissapointing. All in all don't miss this place if you are in Jackson. Very good atmosphere with outdoor seating. Orlando, FL. beer proprietors take note that Orlando has a population of 2 million people and has nothing to rival this, then again Jackson is not a toilet bowl like Orlando where people are shooting at each other all day long. GO HERE!!!

Photo of TXHops
2.3/5  rDev -43.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2 | service: 2 | selection: 2 | food: 4

Stopped in on the family vacation through Jackson and Yellowstone. I've been reading about the greatness of Snake River since the late 90's and I was nothing but disappointed. The brewpub is located right off the main strip and is kid-friendly (kids' menu available), both of which are pluses. The food options (mostly pizza and sandwiches) are very limited, but that's not really a problem in my mind. The problem was that the beer was as watery as any third-rate brewpub. This place must be riding on years-old reputation, because none of the beers was even adequate. The stronger flavored options (the stout and the IPA) were flavorful, but not for the style. The Kolsch was like sparkling water and the other regular beers all tasted like Sam Adams Light. Our server was too busy or too disinterested to get back to our table to freshen drinks or to check on us at all. Bad stop all together, but the pizzas were inventive and not at all bad.

Photo of MikeFromMarsPA
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I guess the first thing to keep in mind here is that you're in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, which is up there with Aspen as far as a resort town for the rich and famous.

Honestly, this was a really good place. The seven beers we sampled were all good, the food was great, good selection, and the service was friendly and attentive. The next time I pass through town around dinner time I will certainly be heading back. We brought out a growler of their Pale Ale and a six-pack of the Zonker Stout, so I certainly can't complain about the beer.

I guess my only complaint about Snake River was that I found it to be incredibly pretentious, but I guess you can expect that from Jackson. I'm a working class guy so a parking lot full of Beemers and Lexuses is usually a bad sign for me. I certainly didn't have a bad time, though, since it was a light Sunday evening crowd. A good place, solid and well done, but nothing about it really stands out. Not entirely my type of place, but if I'm in town again, I'll have no problem going back. I'd much rather hang out across the pass at Wildlife in Victor, ID, though. They know they have the good stuff and don't try to impress anyone.

Photo of nchrist13
3.93/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

we visited on an off-season saturday in the middle of a 2 week trip to Yellowstone/Grand Teton. I'll start with the best part, the food. had a $6 lunch special menu that was served until 3pm. I had macaroni and cheese, and it was delicious. my girlfriend had another pasta dish that i got the leftovers from and it was up to par with the mac & cheese. so many times you go to a brewpub and they try to sell you food that they charge more for and pretend it's fancy, it's the opposite at Snake River.

the beer is pretty good. you're in wyoming, so don't expect more than the pale/amber/red/stout/esb lineup. and that's cool, if done well all can be good and you know exactly what you're going to get. they did have something on cask, which is a plus, but note that the cask offering is not discounted $1 at happy hour. which brings us to happy hour. everything is $1 cheaper. except the cask offering. that makes regular pints $2.50. i think happy hour is 4-6 pm.

i brought home a 12 pack of specialty beer, custer's last ale, an english pale. it's actually really, really good. cost $15 for a 12 pack (they package it in their "specialty" lineup, 12 packs only), and their regular 6 packs are $8 (with their organic OB-1 $9/6 pack). fair enough pricing.

Photo of warmstorage
2.35/5  rDev -42.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 2 | service: 1.5 | selection: 2.5 | food: 3

I had high expectations, and was, honestly, quite disappointed in the beer and the service.

The atmosphere is nice: lots of tables in the bar area, and a few in a small dining room near the kitchen. I arrived around 2pm on a weekday, and sat myself near the bar. High ceilings, and good light -- physically, it's a very pleasant place to sit and toss a few back. (The men's bathroom had standing, err, liquid on the floor, but I chose to write this off to it being a bar. Still pretty gross.)

Service started out fairly quick, but then fell off rapidly. The two servers and the bartender seemed much more interested in talking about the upcoming halloween party and reading the newspaper than paying attention to the tables.

I had three beers: the Zonker stout, cask Zonker stout, and the porter. The porter was thin, roasty, and somewhat astringent. The stout and cask stout both improved dramatically after the too-cold serving temperatures, but neither was all that impressive. Both were roasty, and the cask had better hints of chocolate, but nothing distinguished either of them. I guess if I'd skied all day and wanted a drink and to hang out, I'd have been more impressed, but hungry and in the middle of the day, none of the three beers were worth much.

The food was good, if not amazing. I had the grilled cheese from the "$6 lunch" menu, and was pleased enough with the Zonker stout bread and cheese, and deeply underwhelmed with the pink, ice-like tomatoes with no flavor. The chips were pretty decent.

I had to walk to the bar to get my check (though it was clear that it was a cocktail service situation) and the server was far, far more interested in hanging out with her (apparent boyfriend) than in getting the check back to me. I stood there waiting, within feet of the server and (apparent boyfriend) for literally a couple of minutes after the check had printed out, while she chatted with (apparent boyfriend.)

I actually tipped 20% for the first time in a long, long time due to the shitty service. I know, many will think this is a great tip for what I describe as "shitty" service, but I have worked a lot in the restaurant industry, and particularly in "waiter wage" states I usually default to 25-30%, and often go higher.

Overall, I'd go back for the specialties (the upcoming board mentioned a 2 year old Belgian style of some sort, IIRC) if I was skiing or in town for something else, but certainly wouldn't go out of my way, even for the only brewpub for many miles in most directions. (This was a second visit, and confirms earlier impressions.)

Photo of spicoli00
4.3/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

If you like skiing and you like beer, this is the place to be. After a day on the slopes, a pint treats you really well. I have been to this brewery on several occasions (including St. Patrick's Day 2000), and it has never let me down. They have a wide variety of beers for the discriminating beer drinker. Zonker stout is one of their classics. Beer of the month clubs love to send Zonker. It's tasty. I enjoyed the AK session the most. Easy to drink and it's not too heavy. I would compare it to the Three Floyds Pride & Joy.

The food is also very good. The hot pretzels are a good way to start.

You can see from my ratings that I would definitely recommend this place.

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Snake River Brewing Company & Brewpub in Jackson, WY
91 out of 100 based on 71 ratings.