CINDER WINERY

107 E 44th St,
Garden City

BARBARIAN BREWING

5270 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

BELLA BREWING

4340 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

COILED WINES

3408 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

COUNTY LINE BREWING

9115 W Chinden Blvd #107,
Garden City

CROOKED FENCE BREWING CO.

5220 N Sawyer Ave,
Garden City

MERIWETHER CIDER

5242 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

PAR TERRE WINERY

9165 W Chinden Blvd Ste. 107,
Garden City

POTTER WINES

5286 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

POWDERHAUS BREWING COMPANY

9719 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

SPLIT RAIL

4338 W Chinden Blvd,
Garden City

TELAYA WINE CO.

240 E 32nd St,
Garden City

WESTERN COLLECTIVE

111 W 33rd St,
Garden City

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CRUISE THE CRAFT BEVERAGE CORRIDOR

There are so many great places to sample and taste in Garden City that you could spend the entire day savoring syrahs or pounding pilsners. In fact, there are more wineries, cideries, and breweries per square mile in this town than anywhere else in Idaho. The question is: Which one will be your favorite?

Barbarian Brewing

Who knew a barbarian could be a good thing? According to the Barbarian Brewing crew, European barbarians made many of the beer styles that we know and love. Their taproom’s imaginative brewers meld the barbarians’ old-word style with a new-world flavor that comes from aging their beer in wine, whiskey, and bourbon barrels and adding regional fruits. The result is a delightful variety of traditional and experimental ales that’s anything but crude.

Cinder Wines

What do cinders have to do with wine, you might ask? In Idaho, a lot. Cinder sources its outstanding grapes from the volcanic soil (hence the “cinder”) of the Snake River Valley for truly local wines. Winemaker Melanie Krause has racked up countless awards for her chardonnay, dry viognier, off-dry Riesling, and more. Cinder’s warehouse tasting room is a favorite for private parties and group wine tastings.

Coiled Wines

Winemaker Leslie Preston is an industry powerhouse who was one of the pioneers of Idaho’s modern era of winemaking. She and her team create all their products from “vine to wine” at Coiled’s location in Garden City. And what products they are, too. You’ll discover easy drinking reds like Black Mamba and the groundbreaking Rizza, Idaho’s first Champagne-method sparkling wine.

County Line Brewing

It’s lucky for us that opposites attract, because outgoing Laura Kiehl and her introverted husband, Zack, make an amazing brewing team. Their impressive lineup includes the hoppy Shade Tree IPA, creamy Slow Draw Oatmeal Stout, and bitter Hayride Pale Ale. Order a refreshing Ruth’s Lager, and a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Ruth E. Kiehl Memorial Scholarship, benefitting Boise State University nursing students.

Crooked Fence Brewing Co.

Like a little art with your fresh, local beer? Then Crooked Fence is the brew for you! The labels on their cans and bottles feature artwork good enough to grace the walls of their Taproom at the Brewery. This spacious, industrial spot still manages to feel cozy, so come on in and enjoy a pint and snack. If you’re a frequent sipper, consider an annual Mug Club membership. Or grab a grunt, growler, sick pack, or 22 oz. Bomber to go.

Loose Screw

A spot where you can gather the family for an after work drink or get your friends together and listen to a good band while drinking beer and noshing on delicious food from the best food trucks.

A place that serves great beer with an atmosphere to let down your guard and laugh with people you love. 

At Loose Screw, we know everyone has a quirky side and we want you to feel free to let yours out when you walk in.

Meriwether cider

Meriwether is owned and operated by the Leadbetter family, four self-described firefighters, nomads and adventurers. Gig, Ann, Kate, and Molly make their cider with Northwest apples and other pure fruit juices. You might find hops, blackberries, or ginger in your cider, but no artificial flavors or essences, and no added sugars. It’s fizzy, refreshing, and delicious.

Par Terre Winery

This new winery was founded by two professional dancers, and they create wines as elegant as a ballet. Par Terre’s selection is small but carefully made and includes a rose, chardonnay, Gewurtztraminer, merlot, and Semillon. Their 2017 rose was made with grapes from Washington and has racked up multiple awards.

Potter Wines

You’ve never had anything like a Potter wine. This winery is best known for its jalapeno wines, which balance spiciness with light sweetness. Other offerings include the Liquid Lunch chardonnay and the Swanky Devil syrah, as well as bagged wine lemonade — perfect for your next camping trip.

Powderhaus Brewing Company

Tyson Cardon and Tyler Schmidt are the brewers behind this mountain-inspired brewery and taphouse. Made with Idaho-grown barley, Powderhaus is known for craft beers that are uncompromising in their quality and taste. Brews like Prusik Pilsner and Bent Shaft IPA pay tribute to all the outdoor enthusiast, adventurers, and wanderers who, like Tyson and Tyler, love life outdoors and out of bounds.

split rail

Split Rail wines are fun. As the folks at the winery put it, they’re meant for people with an “unfettered love for drinking, eating, and debauchery” — and that comes through loud and clear in their approach to winemaking. Here, you’ll find Daft Pink, a dry rose that comes in either bottles or cans; huge reds with names like Horned Beast and Swamp Donkey; and a classic tempranillo called Bearded Quixote. Irreverent? Yes. But flimsy? Never.

Telaya Wine Co.

Classic, traditional, and crafted in Idaho and Washington grapes, Telaya wines are known for their consistency and elegance. Telaya is regularly celebrated for its Turas, an earthy syrah-based blend, as well as a carefully curated selection of European-style whites and reds. The Telaya tasting room is a gem nestled along the Boise River that attracts both a weekday after-work crowd and blowout private bashes.

Western Collective

You know how they say you can’t be all things to all people? Well, Western Collective comes pretty darn close. Their gorgeous taproom opens at 7 a.m. and caters to the daytime crowd with food, a shop, and an artisanal coffee bar. When it’s time for a drink, Western not only serves a beer for just about every taste, they’ve also got wine and frozen adult beverages (Frosé is the new mimosa).