THE HERITAGE The building youre sitting in is the culmination of owner Rick Salisburys 40 years of building experience. He meticulously designed the pub and brewery to be inviting and fun. Like its namesake, Strap Tank Brewery is committed to creating a unique experience for our guests. A delicious made-from-scratch menu utilizes the wealth of Utahs local agriculture that pairs perfectly with house-made beers that are straightforward, finely-tuned and built for the long haul.
Whether theyre passing through town, looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion or a spot that they can establish themselves as regulars, our guests want a unique place built with the character that gives them a chance to slow down and connect with others.
THE CRAFT Strap Tank beer is produced with the best-sourced ingredients and made with the local market in mind. Always wanting to put the highest quality product in front of our guests our beer is never sold to liquor stores to sit on a warm shelf, but instead sold only onsite at one of our pubs. Interested in knowing more about the process that goes into the brew youre drinking? Ask your server or the manager for a brewery tour.
Our passion for craft doesnt stop with our beer. our Chefs are constantly working to create a fun, locally sourced menu to fit everyone's tastes. Working with local farmers like Harward Farms, or culinary artisans like Millcreek Coffee and Kanab Meats our menu has a diverse feel with something for everyone!
THE BIKE One of the earliest models in Harley-Davidsons evolution of the American motorcycle, the Strap Tank represented a first in design and innovation. Considered the best-unrestored example of the Strap Tank model in existence, sporting its original paint job, engine, frame and tires, it now resides in the Legends Motorcycles building across from the Springville pub. Driven by his passion for Americana, vintage bikes and finely tuned craftsmanship, Rick set out to build the first brewpub in Utah County since Prohibition. He wanted a destination brewery, housed in a unique facility, that would appeal to locals and travelers alike