According to the folks over at the Downtown Alliance, that’s the number of pies and slices set to fly off the proverbial shelves at this year’s Pie N Beer day event. The popular Summertime bash which has taken a two year covid-break, is back for 2022, and back with style I might add.
If you’re new to event, Pie N Beer day rolls around on July 24th marking the state’s traditional holiday – Pioneer Day. The food and drink festival toasts the day with a massive selection of pie and beer (say it real fast and it makes sense).
This year’s event will move to The Gateway on the West side of downtown, with ample room for all that pie and of course, beer. Local brewers and restaurants then team up, and well, serve up pie and and beer all day long.
Brad Wheeler, MC for the day’s live music proceedings writes, “sometimes, new residents of Utah can feel left out from the observances on July 24. Our celebration is inclusive and welcoming to all. I invite everyone to this wholesome, family-friendly event with the world’s largest assemblage of pie and beer!”
Here are some snaps from our own archives, from Pie N Beer days past:
Confirmed acts to perform on the north stage of The Gateway include Proper Way, Timmy The Teeth, Cowjazz, and more to be announced. For 2022’s Pie N Beer Day celebrations the following breweries will be pouring the sudsy stuff:
- Bewilder Brewing
- Bohemian Brewery
- Desert Edge Brewery
- Epic Brewing
- Fisher Brewing Company
- Hopkins Brewing Company
- Level Crossing Brewing Company
- Moab Brewery
- Mountain West Cider
- Offset Brewing
- Ogden River Bring
- Proper Brewing Co.
- Red Rock Brewing
- RoHa Brewing
- SaltFire Brewing Company
- Salt Flats Brewery
- Shades Brewing
- Strap Tank Brewing Company
- T.F. Brewing
- Uinta Brewing
- UTOG Brewing Company
- Wasatch Brewery
while the following restaurants will be providing a range of sweet and savory pies:
- Avenues Proper
- Bakery 43
- Brewers Bread
- Bricks Corner
- Copper Onion
- The Dodo
- Eggs In The City
- Emigration Cafe
- Este Pizza
- Eva’s Bakery
- Flake Pie Co
- Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club
- Goodfood Gluten Free Bakery
- Nomad Eatery
- Pies The Limit
- Porcupine Grill
- Rocky Mountain Pies
- Stein Erickson Lodge
- Tin Angel
- Wasatch Brew Pub
This years event will run noon through 6.pm. with live music from a variety of local acts, completely free of charge. Pie passes will be sold at the door and will include five beer and pie pairings for $40.
More Pie N Beer Day 2022 options
Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club
Via press release: Get ready to indulge in rich deliciousness this July 24th! Epic Brewing Company and Pie Fight are gearing up for a Pie & Beer Day celebration by pairing three handcrafted pies with three handcrafted brews.
Each pairing was carefully selected by head bakers and brewers at both local businesses. The crew at Pie Fight even developed a new recipe tto pair with Epic Brewing’s Pie ‘n’ Beer Day Sour Ale. This year’s pairings are:
- Banana Chocolate Chip Pie with Brainless Belgian Golden Ale
- Blueberry Goat Cheese Pie with Pie ‘n’ Beer Day Sour Ale
- Peanut Butter & Jelly Pie with Double Jam Imperial Stout
The pies and beers will be available to-go at Epic Brewing on 825 S State Street on July 24th from 1 pm until sellout. Each hand pie is $7.50 and the beers start at $2.99/can. Bring a friend and try them all!
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