New Utah bar to pair hard cider with pickleball courts

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Pickleball might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about hard cider. But Second Summit Hard Cider Company's Joe Bott says the pairing makes sense for Utah.

“With Salt Lake being this very outdoor city where people want to be active and do a lot of things, this is a fun way to combine two things like that,” says Joe Bott.

“With Salt Lake being this very outdoor city where people want to be active and do a lot of things, this is a fun way to combine two things like that,” Bott said. Plus, cider is seen as a “little bit of a healthier drink,” he said — lower in sugar and carbs and easier on the stomach than a traditional beer.

Bott said he couldn’t say no, and from the beginning, it was a “family and friends project,” he said, with his mom and a family friend on the financial side. Second Summit will be able to have cider available for tasting, however, up to 5 ounces per person per day, until they get their bar license. A sports bar in Des Moines, Iowa, has a similar pickleball setup, Bott said. “You get eight people, you’re kind of trading off ... you’re dinking around, you’re not really playing [correctly] half the time because you’re not that serious. But you’re just enjoying it. So I think it’s just a nice thing.”

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So…pickledball. 😄

so weird that one of the Tribune's agendas is alcohol, getting more of it served in more places. Alcohol is terrible for society. Alcohol ruins people, causes crime. But the Trib is regularly celebrating and supporting those who sell it as if its a positive for society.

This is a great idea. And a great idea being stifled by the archaic liquor laws of this state.

Sounds like fun. Opening anything which involves serving alcohol (even cider) is very brave in this state.

lol

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