Image: Eric Schramm

Summer in Park City provides plenty of excuses to pack a picnic, from Mountain Town Music’s free weekly concerts to sitting on the sidelines watching your kid kick around the soccer ball. Here, we’ve curated a movable feast of completely Park City–made products, from beer and bread to cheese and chocolate.

Picnic backpack, with dishes, utensils, napkins, plastic wine glasses, corkscrew, and blanket, Cole Sport (1615 Park Ave, 435.649.4806, colesport.com);

Old Town Cellar’s Mountain Town White (890 Main St, 435.649.3759, otcwines.com and most UDABC Liquor Stores);

Park City Brewery’s Hooker Blonde Ale (2720 Rasmussen Rd, 435.200.8906, parkcitybrewery.com and all Park City grocery stores);

Red Bicycle Breadworks’ Stick Bread (available daily at 10:30 a.m. at The Market at Park City, 1500 Snow Dr, 435.645.7139, redbicyclebreadworks.com);

Beehive Cheese’s Barely Buzzed and Seahive cheeses (available at The Market at Park City and grocery stores throughout Utah);

Heber Valley Artisan Cheese’s Wasatch Back Jack and Lemon Sage cheeses (920 River Rd, Midway, 435.654.0291, hebervalleyartisancheese.com, The Market at Park City, and grocery stores throughout Utah);

Ritual Chocolate Bars (1105 Iron Horse Dr, 435.200.8475, ritualchocolate.com and Park City Whole Foods, 6598 Landmark Dr, wholefoods.com);

Samak Smoke House & Country Store’s Teriyaki Turkey Jerky (1937 Mirror Lake Hwy, Samak, 435.783.4880, samaksmokehouse.com and The Market at Park City);

Yee Haw Pickles’ Hot Damn Dills (The Market at Park City and Park City Whole Foods);

Creminelli Fine Meats’ Prosciutto (The Market at Park City and Park City Whole Foods);

Cognition Winery’s Progeny Petite Sirah (1260 Iron Horse Dr, 435.640.3206, cognitionwinery.com; note: Cognition will close its Park City tasting room in July).   

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