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)
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.
At the Snake River Brewing Company, we think it's far easier to produce a
million barrels of so-so beer than one barrel of great beer. So, here in Jackson
Hole, we only produce about 5,000 barrels of award-winning beer per year. We
operate a 15 barrel, steam fired brew house and hand craft our lagers and ales
using several yeast strains along with hops and grains from the United States,
British Isles and Europe. The SRB Brewery was also granted Organic certification
in 2007 allowing us to create our first Organic Certified beer OB-1, an english
style brown ale, which is fast becoming a favorite among our patrons.
It takes time, passion and sweat to make great beer. Once you have a pint of one
of our lagers or ales, you'll raise a glass to our brewers and thank the powers
that be that they live in Jackson Hole!
Hats off to our brewing staff! In fourteen years, Snake River Brewing's
commitment to brewing excellence, coupled with our brewers' passion for great
beer, has resulted in over 200 national and international awards.
Some of Snake River Brewing Beers
Snake River Pale Ale - Snake River Pale is an American pale brewed with domestic
malt and plenty of Cascade hops. Golden in color, it has a citrusy hop flavor
which is followed by a crisp, firmly bitter finish. Pale ale is a great foil to
spicy ethnic foods and can also complement a salad well.
Indian Paintbrush Pilsner - Pilsners originated in Plzen, Czech Republic. They
are light colored lager beers whose flowery hop aroma is followed by a rich
malty sweetness and ends with a firm bitterness. Mass produced American beers
say they are of this style but have extremely lightened malt and hop
characteristics. Our Indian Paintbrush Pilsner is a traditional style European
pilsner, brewed with 100% pilsner malt. Hopping with Czech lineage hops produces
a spicy bitterness as well as a crisp finish. The alcohol content is 5.0% by
volume. Indian Paintbrush Pilsner is a signature beer of Cory Buenning.
Custers Last Ale - This beer is an English pale ale, full bodied and copper
colored. The hop flavor and aroma are strong and assertive. Caramel malt and
English yeast produce a nutty and fruity character. Dry-hopping in the
conditioning phase completes the package. Custer’s Last Ale has an alcohol
content of 6.0%.
Zonker Stout - A rich, well-balanced foreign style stout with a huge amount of
roasted barley as well as chocolate, black, and caramel malts. The intense roast
character is the main attribute of this black colored beer. The alcohol content
is 6.0%. Zonker has been recognized time and again as one of the top foregin
Jackson’s ESB - ESB, short for extra special bitter, is an English style ale
characterized by a rich caramel malt flavor and assertive hoppiness. In Britain,
most ales are bitters which are organized by strength into ordinary, special and
extra special. The fruity undertones in the flavor of Jackson’s ESB are provided
by an imported English yeast. The alcohol content is 5.7%.
McBreezley’s Brown - Long ago and faraway in the Scottish highlands, old S.F.
McBreezley brewed a chocolately brown ale. It was this sturdy brew which saw him
through his cold and damp stints minding the family sheep herd. A century later,
SRB brewer Steve Breezley updated his great, great granpa’s classic with a
generous dose of American style hops but with all the chocolate malt retained
from the original.