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Now that Name Droppers has its outlet store on Parley's Way, there are even more ways to save. The clothing and accessories at this store are. However, not all merchandise makes it to the outlet. Women who shop Name Droppers on a regular basis know the stock changes daily and they want to have first chance at it. These same women will even tell another shopper who is trying to decide whether to buy an item or not, "If you like it, you better buy it now. Because if you come back later today it won't be here.

These conversations tickle Tiffany. Tiffany can truly be called a fashion visionary, she introduced her vision to Salt Lake and the fashion community embraced her. Now, local distilleries are setting the standards for artisanal spirits, one copper kettle at a time. What is surprising is how quickly the local movement here embraced micro-distilleries. Now more and more Utahns are turning their hand to the ancient art of making alcohol. Their palette is a proprietary mix of dried juniper berries, coriander, orris root, grain of paradise and rose petals, along with fresh lemon zest and sage.

How much of this do you add, and how much of this? The opportunity for creativity is why the friends—who bonded over drinking tequila in the desert—chose to distill a complex gin instead of the simpler vodka. Instead, they grind their spices and herbs at their warehouse distillery in South Salt Lake. Gin, says Ostling, is due for a resurgence. He steeps four of the botanicals in the neutral grain spirit overnight and then infuses the rest in the vapor trail of the gallon still.

The result is not as astringent and juniper-dominated as mainstream gins and has a flavorful, floral finish. Local bartenders are finding it an easy liquor to mix with: The trio is experimenting with aging the gin in chardonnay barrels brought back from Napa, expecting to release a limited amount of an ambertinged, sweet and spicy spirit this fall. Shake vigorously then strain into stemmed cocktail glass and garnish with lemon wedge.

This page, clockwise from left: The Beehive still; distiller Chris Barlow prepares to bottle gin; chardonnay barrels for future aging. While helping launch a restaurant in Boston, the Utah native drank a different version of a Bloody Mary every morning for six weeks. And while learning the bartending business, he experimented with combining different flavors for the perfect drink—a liquid version of the TV show Chopped. He understood the best base for his drinks was a smooth, neutral tasting vodka and decided he wanted to make his own in his home state.

Strain into a collins glass over fresh ice and top with a full bodied ginger beer. Garnish with fresh rosemary. Jesse Farrer and Aaron Ilott enjoy drinks at Faustina. Farrer and Ilott high-five at the warehouse. With the help of his friend Jesse Farrer, he launched Elevation Distilling, in Midvale, earlier this year after studying the business in Denver. To create something that is smooth and sippable and has a great taste without mixing it, is a big challenge.

Elevate your today for a better tomorrow. Not only did its Park City restaurant expand this summer, with the opening of an event space called the Whiskey Library two doors up from the saloon on Park Avenue, the distillery itself is set to expand exponentially. As part of a cowboythemed guest ranch, High West will open a 1,gallon still in Wanship at Blue Sky Ranch in the fall, more than six-times the size of the still located in the restaurant, with room to add three more stills.

That was his perfect chance to open his own brewery. Instead, he became a sales manager for a chemical company, which took him across the country where he visited distilleries and that gave him a better idea: Then he had to hope the state would grant him a permit, which cost him hundreds of dollars more than it would in alcohol-friendly places like Nevada.

But he says he wanted to open a distillery. He hired head distiller Dan Feldman, who had spent years as a distiller in Japan and was in charge of spirits at a brewery in North Carolina before moving to Utah earlier this year. Constantly, Utah is recognized for having the best water in the country.

Their hybrid still allows them to experiment with different types of spirits, in small, limited-release batches. Plans include a rum, blue agave and more flavored whiskeys and vodkas, including one made with raspberries from Bear Lake. Is this a mid-life crisis? Shake and pour over ice into a highball glass. Garnish with the orange slice. Sometimes distilling work looks more like lab work—requiring multiple purity tests. Crunderberry Ingredients 1 oz. Tim Smith makes regular trips to a local spring for water, hauling it out by hand.

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They sold about 1, their first year. With vodkas already on the market, Conlin said he knew the company needed a reason to make a shopper reach for their spirit. When Idaho initially refused to carry the vodka because of its label, Five Wives became an instant media hit. Whatever they make, you can be sure their labels will stand out. The most basic ingredient of any liquor is water— distillers take great care with the quality of water they use.

Smith and Conlin get their water from a privately owned spring in Ogden Canyon, hiking in, patiently filling five-gallon jugs, then hauling them out. All from Ladies Shop at Grand America. Years ago, we launched a cover girl contest to find the prettiest face for our cover. But beauty is more than a pretty face. So for this issue, we asked Utah women to send us their best selfies along with answers to a few questions about their back story, interests, careers and dreams.

The hundreds of responses sketched in what we were looking for: By the time Manzanares entered Westminster College, she knew she wanted to be on stage. She came back to Utah for a stage role, stayed for another one and never returned to the Big Apple, opting instead to be a big fish in a small pond, building a career in modeling, acting and social media and making a life close to her family here in Utah. Our Face of New Utah search was about self-perception as much as beauty. So, we asked entrants to submit a selfie—their own idea of themselves looking good.

And we also asked them to fill out a brief questionnaire about themselves. Besides where they liked to shop Kori Lauren named the Whole Foods olive bar , we wanted to know their hobbies, dreams and inspirations as well as their favorite thing about living in Utah the skies, said Jen Castle. From all the original entries gathered over a month, we sorted out the top 15 finalists and posted their pictures online.

Salt Lake magazine asked five local boutiques to dress contest winners to reflect the style of the person and the style of the boutique. Owner Ashley RothwellCampagna wants to dress you up. The Ladies Boutique features classic pieces that can fit seamlessly into an existing wardrobe. Clothes should be fun. Like angel wing-embroidered cowboy boots from Old Gringo. Or message jewelry, skinny skirts and printed jeans. She skis, swims and salsa dances. Featuring forward clothes for the modern-minded woman, Q is in the heart of hip SLC.

Owner Amy Leininger specializes in premium denim and lines that are unique to Utah. All from Q Clothing. With her business partner Blake Spalding, Castle owns one of the most famous—albeit tiny—restaurants in Utah. Outside the kitchen, Castle works with a camera, creating Cindy Sherman-like self portraits and landscapes in the magnificent Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument where the restaurant is located.

Utah is plagued by stereotypes. Our population is growing at twice the rate of the United States, and the demographics of Salt Lake City, the most populous part of the state, are changing faster. Utah women, who not that long ago were mostly wives and mothers, are in all parts of the workforce and, increasingly, are creating their own careers to suit their lives. How nerdy are we? The economic impact even inspired blue-suit Gov. X-Men, whose characters fight bigotry towards mutants, has been compared to the Civil Rights Movement, and more recently gay rights.

Star Trek is famous for themes that imagine the day humanity puts its differences aside for a common goal. Online gamers meet and defeat like-minded people all over the world, and some Japanese animation fans become bilingual to support their passion. Add to that high-tech industry employees with intensely boring jobs looking for a way to escape.

The Society for Creative Anachronism creates an idealized version of the Middle Ages, roughly from to CE, at local parks, gyms, backyards, and anywhere else you can stage a medieval melee. Members, many with high-tech backgrounds, take up archery, dancing, needle work, brewing and more. A Society for Creative Anachronism member readies for battle.

In the Resident Evil video games and movies, the T-virus developed by biomedical company the Umbrella Corporation turns its victims into vicious zombies. The result is a very different geek—try to give one of these guys a wedgie. Go ahead, just try it. The Umbrella Corporation-Utah Hive, a group of fans who dress like the villainous entity that created the zombie virus in the Resident Evil video games and movies, includes true-to-life heroes in its ranks.

Now, they make appearances at conventions and other charity events. The — TV show Firefly and follow-up film Serenity chronicled the adventures of a space ship crew of renegades and misfits and became an instant cult hit. Michael Welch makes a living in tech support and data storage for banks yawn , but when a sci-fi or fantasy convention comes around, he takes the role of badass space mercenary Jayne Cobb. He made one of his own prop guns by piecing together PVC pipe and a curtain rod. Cosplay, short for costume play, is dressing up as a fictional character from a pop culture source, like a video game, movie or comic book.

Many cosplayers model their DIY costumes in competitions. Shannon Deonier was cosplaying before it was cool. Now 27, Deonier is a national cosplay. Flourite, a powerful magician from the cartoon Tsubasa, and Link, the boy hero in the video game Zelda. A cosplay make-up artist at local convention, Anime Banzai.

Think My Little Pony is just for girls? An adult guy thing. Dozens of pony fans, mostly young men, met up in Liberty Park this summer to share their love for the show.


They broke the ice by shouting out their favorite ponies—Pinkie Pie! While the meet-up had all the makings of a Saturday Night Live skit, Steven Moritz, who donned a pony hoodie and brought his stuffed Rainbow Dash doll, says this is where he belongs. Moritz says women can be bronies, too, but they usually prefer the term pegasisters. He runs My Little Pony Facebook fan pages and chats with fans worldwide. But sharing My Little Pony love online, not surprisingly, makes him a target for cyber bullies, who have questioned his sexuality and labeled him a child molester for liking the show.

He gets away from the haters by escaping to Equestria, a sort of Nirvana, where the ponies frolic. Mount up by searching Utah Bronies on Facebook. Star Wars never ends. Whether fans want to take down the Empire or join the Dark Side, they suit up regularly for conventions and events. Sign up at rebellegion. No Star Wars character has a cult following like Boba Fett, the mercenary. If this is you, sign up at mandalorianmercs. Being bad is more fun. Go dark at alpinegarrison. Salt Lake magazine presents a selection of Fall getaways to uncrowded destinations of iconic status.

In fact, the natural beauty and exotic views these hideaways offer have made them the scene of classic American movies. More recently, The Lone Ranger kicked up the red dust. Our guide, Tyler Palmer, and my friends are waiting for me to descend so we can continue our exploration of the Fiery Furnace area of Arches National Park. But I hesitate, not trusting my balance to walk down. Finally I sit down and scoot all the way down on my backside.

We spent several hours wandering through this spectacular part of the park, clambering over rock bridges and checking out dead-end canyons for their beautiful view. The Park Service only allows guided tours of the Furnace—your GPS is useless here and temperatures can rise well into three digits. Our guide was arranged by Sorrel River Ranch, the nearby resort which also provided high thread count sheets and a chef-cooked dinner, not to mention a soothing massage after our hike.

Most people go to Moab for rough-and-tumble red-rock adventure, not luxury. But those who prefer a little postadventure pampering should take the road out of town to Sorrel River Ranch. A scenic mile desert drive by Arches National Park ends at the riverside oasis, with horses grazing on a sweep of meadow grass almost shockingly green against the background of towering red rock and a rambling ranch house lodge nestled in a curve of the Colorado.

The acre ranch has a long history. It was originally homesteaded in by Fred and Ida. Stearns, who used a one-horse plow to break enough sod to sustain their family and animals. The property remained a working ranch until , when Robbie Levin former bass guitarist for rocker Rick Springfield made it into a guest destination, a concept being refined by current owner Elizabeth Rad.

And thousands of wilderness acres still surround the ranch, protecting its serenity. At the end of the day, watching the stars wheel overhead and listening to the river, you can get a rare taste of what we go on vacations for: The landscape dwarfs Sorrel River Ranch. Outdoor Yoga is offset by gourmet meals and wines to match the Colorado River scenery. Sorrel River Lodge is surrounded by iconic national parks.