Business briefs, May 14-17
May 13, 2016
Chamber/Bureau to hold community event
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to hold its third annual Locals & Pros — Meet & Eat Expo. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, visitparkcity.com, the event is a chance for residents to meet business owners throughout the area. The free expo is scheduled for May 18 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City — The Yarrow and all are invited to attend. There will be free food, prizes and a cash bar. There is no RSVP required. For more information, visit the Chamber/Bureau’s website.
All Resort Group earns prestigious honor
All Resort Group, a transportation company based in Park City, recently won a Best of State award in the transportation industry. According to a press release, the company is set to receive its award at a gala in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. The annual Best of State awards honor companies that use innovative approaches to excel and make Utah a better place. For more information on the awards, visit bestofstate.org.
Squatters unveils three new beers
Squatters recently announced three new beers, dubbed Squasatch Hoppy Pils, Live & Let Live Kristallweizen and Snap Down. According to a press release, Squasatch Hoppy Pils, which gets its name from Sasquatch, features pilsner malt and Euro hops. "As a brewer they are one of the most difficult beers to make due to their flavor balances but when you do it right, they are a thing of beauty!" said Jon Lee, director of brewing and cellar operations, in the press release. Live & Let Live Kristallweizen is a summer seasonal wheat ale, while Snap Down is an India Pale Ale that features a strong hoppy flavor. For more information, visit squatters.com.
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