Comings & Goings: Dented Brick Distillery

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Comings & Goings: Dented Brick Distillery

– By Z. Smith

Screen Shot 2016 04 06 at 3.17.41 PMDented Brick Distillery opened its doors for business in South Salt Lake Easter weekend. Head distiller Ethan Miller says he is committed to crafting liquors that create community and respect the environment, using all natural (and often local) ingredients. They mash, ferment and distill entirely onsite. Their first offering is Antelope Island white rum.

The curious name comes from the condition of the bricks that make up some of the structure, repurposed from the house formerly on that site.

Dented Brick plans to expand their selection to include gins, vodkas and whiskeys. Tastings and tour by reservation.

3100 S Washington St. 801-326-3913.

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