If you’ve lived in the valley long enough, you have more than a few great and/or foggy memories that were created in the old brick building on the corner of Sun Valley and Main. From the crazy nights back in Ketchum’s drug-laced heyday, to frosty sunset pints with friends on the best deck in town, the stories told make The Corner legendary.
That hallowed corner that anchored downtown Ketchum and once housed the infamous Slavey’s Bar had been sitting forlornly vacant. It was in a slump, and it needed some love.
The chance to bring the much-loved building back to former glory was too enticing an opportunity to pass up. Giddy at the prospect of brewing and distilling right on Main Street, we set out to make it happen.
From the reclaimed wood bartop, hewn from a single beam that was once part of the old Murtaugh School Agricultural building, to the prominent display of large images of Slavey’s, the renovation gives a proper nod to the past while squarely focusing on the present and future. Through the tireless work of countless locals, The Corner has been brought back to life.