If you’re going to have a beer at A. Fisher Brewing Co. you should consider its history as you do. Albert Fisher opened his brewery in 1884. By 1905 it was bigger than Coors, producing around 75,000 barrels annually. Prohibition shut him down in 1916. His son Frank reincorporated the brewery in 1932. The brewery was forced to close its doors once again by 1960 for what seemed like for good. The family, however, kept alive the dream of ressurecting the brewery and A. Fisher Brewing Co. once again is making a name for itself in Salt Lake City with old A. Fisher relics to boot. The taps seem to be constantly rotating, as do the food trucks parked out front, so stop by often to check out the selections.