We dined at Moab Brewery because it is the most prominent restaurant in town. The restaurant is medium sized, and can seat about 100-150 people. There is also a small gift shop, where you can purchase T-shirts, mugs, and various tours.
The atmosphere of the restaurant is that of outdoor adventure, as everywhere in the restaurant, there were canoes, flyers, boats, bikes, etc., hanging from the ceiling or attached to the wall. Since this is a brewery, after all, there is a bar area where you can drink some of the locally brewed beers.
As for the menu, it is of typical American cuisine, with sandwiches and steaks as main courses. The menu also has a heavy emphasis on smoked meat - maybe because fresh poultry is hard to come by around this area. We found the food and service to be just okay, although better than expected, given the location.