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Del Vance helped found Uinta Brewing Company, The Bayou and authored Beer in the Beehive: A History of Brewing in Utah. His latest venture Beerhive Pub (128 S. Main) is a welcome addition to downtown. Vance developed a cool way to beat the heat by turning part of the bar’s counter into a strip of pure ice (leave your beverage for too long and it will “ice up,” says manager Matt Pernichle). Beerhive serves hard-to-find microbrews from breweries such as Deschuttes in Bend, Ore.. Pair a frosty mug with Hungarian beef goulash from neighboring Vienna Bistro. Beerhive is open noon till last call.

Summer Sip
Saddle up to the closest thing Utah has to a beachfront Mexican paradise at the Sandbar (122 W. Pierpont Ave.). The downtown nightclub/restaurant boasts one of the best tequila-infused menus in the city, with everything from traditional to the trendy pomegranate margarita and the Cadillac of all margaritas, appropriately named the Pink Cadillac, a drink Sandbar bartender Ester Imotan has down cold.

Pink Cadillac
1 1/2 oz. 1800 Silver Tequila
Splash Patron Citronage
Fresh citrus (lime, OJ, etc.) Sandbar margarita mix
Cointreau float
Dash cranberry juice

We want to keep Utah up to speed on local nightlife. Submit tips about club openings, closures, remodels, special events, drink recipes and noteworthy changes to comments@cityweekly.net

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1. Ester Imotan at Sandbar
2. Emily Toone, Sean McCarthy at Beerhive Pub


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