Local Spirits & Brew Pubs in Jackson Hole

Savor and then stock your bar with some of Jackson Hole's home-grown libations, which are as heady, wild and glacially pure as Wyoming itself.

Snake River Brew Pub

Jackson Hole Local Spirits

Backwards Distilling Company spirits are crafted grain to bottle in small batches in our Wyoming distillery, giving them plenty of personality.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5 Reviews
Write a Review

We use the artisan craft method to distill a soft and smooth, clean tasting, yet full-bodied super premium vodka.
Our mission is creating and providing our customers with the highest quality small batch spirits from grain to bottle. We take tremendous pride in the fact that we make every ounce of product that we sell and are dedicated to delivering the best hand-made ar...
A small, local, family-owned winery, we handcraft award-winning wines with only the finest grapes from Napa counties. Wyoming's high altitude and cold climate provide the finishing touch. On-site tasting are available in two locations by appointment only.
At Lucky’s Market, we are serious about good food without taking ourselves too seriously. Sip on a $2 pint while you shop our selection of natural, organic and local products. Visit our Kitchen for made in-house dishes, pizza, and signature sandwiches.
Known affectionately by locals as “the Brewpub,” Snake River Brewing is the laid-back destination. Serving, hearty burgers, creative salads, and artisan pizzas.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1981 Reviews
Write a Review

Thai Me Up
Thai Me Up is home to Melvin Brewing and the best double IPA in the world! We offer locally crafted beer, modern curry dishes, classic Thai noodles, and killer brew food.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 316 Reviews
Write a Review

We make bourbon in small batches at our distillery in Kirby, Wyoming. From day one, every drop of Wyoming Whiskey was handmade and aged in our rick houses. The Big Horn Basin offers everything we need, corn, wheat, and barley.