This month we are featuring Uinta Brewing Company as our Custom Partner. This brewery is taking big strides when it comes to sustainable energy and reducing their carbon footprint... they also brew some ridiculously good beer. 


Q: First, tell us about your brand...

A: Uinta Brewing Company brewed its first beer in 1993 in Salt Lake City. We are known for crafting exceptionally approachable, award-winning beers in a wide variety of styles, and for becoming the first Utah company to be certified as fully wind and solar powered in 2001. 


Q: How did you hear about Mizu?

A: At an event with our neighbors at Backcountry, we were gifted with some customized Mizu gear and recognized the quality right away. A quick look at Mizu and we knew that this is a brand we can vibe with.


Q: What about Mizu made us a great fit for your brand?

A: We are outdoor folk; when we’re not at work cooking up Craft Beer, we are probably out enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds our hometown. Mizu’s commitment to sustainability and active outdoor lifestyle really aligns with who we are as a company, and as individuals.




Q: What are you going to be using your Mizu custom products for?

A: We put a design from a limited release label on the Camp Cup because we wanted the art to have a longer life than just a one-off label. So far, we’ve subjected these pieces to rigorous use, filling and emptying them repeatedly with coffee and beer. The cup’s performance has been flawless at trailheads, campsites, and ski resort parking lots throughout Utah.

You can read more about Uinta Brewing Co.'s story here: Uinta Brewing Co. Our Story

Give them a follow on instagram: @uintabrewing 

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