One of Victory Ranch’s greatest tenets is to support the local community, and there’s no better way to do this than by featuring Utah’s most deliciously crafted products. From the Freestone Lodge to the General Store, our menus and shelves are stacked with goods homemade by our most revered neighbors. Below, get a glimpse of just a few of our favorites.
Bitters Lab Charred Cedar & Currant Bitters
Bitters Lab is a small-batch, premium cocktail bitters company that focuses on making unique flavors with quality, locally-sourced and—as often as possible—organic ingredients. Available in the General Store, the charred cedar and currant bitters are handcrafted the old-fashioned way in Salt Lake City.
Wasatch Creamery Ice Cream
Available at The Parlor Ice Cream Bar and General Store, Wasatch Creamery’s ice cream is deliciously churned with milk, cream, sugar, and eggs—never any preservatives or artificial flavors. These ingredients make us feel a bit less guilty with our daily indulgences.
Creminelli Fine Meats Whiskey Salami
Pork + Whiskey = America. Cristiano Creminelli pays homage to his new home in Utah with this unique salami made with organic spices and High West Whiskey from Park City. This is a must-purchase in the General Store for your next charcuterie and cheese plate.
Wasatch Brewery-Brigham’s Brew Root Beer
Nothing screams Utah more than a soda called Brigham’s Brew. Produced locally by Wasatch Brewery—an actual beer-making brewery, at that—the sweet soda plays off the state’s Mormon population. So, if your Lil’ Rancher is asking for a sweet treat, order up an ice-cold glass of root beer from the Parlor or Freestone Lodge.
Gold Creek Farms Cheese
Gold Creek Ranch is located in Woodland, Utah, and is set amongst a beautifully wild paradise. Here, the Brown Swiss cows produce the highest quality milk for Gold Creek Farms cheese, which you can find in some of your favorite dishes at the Golf Grill and The Parlor.
High West Spirits
High West began with humble roots, opening a small, 250-gallon still and saloon in a historic livery stable and garage. What was once a small operation in downtown Park City has grown to be an internationally-recognized brand with four unique locations. So, next time you’re in the Parlor or Freestone Lodge, be sure to try out their epic rye whiskey.
Park City Brewery
Park City Brewery is steeped in the outdoors, and their beers perfectly reflect their passion for the mountains—from drinkability to being packaged in aluminum cans. Whether you’re a fan of India Pale Ales or Imperial Pilsners, a taste of Park City beers will transport you to the great outdoors. Grab a cold one from any of Victory Ranch’s food and beverage outlets.