Photo of Sarah Kuta
Photo of Sarah Kuta

Sarah Kuta

Sarah Kuta is a Colorado–based writer and editor with nearly a decade of daily reporting and writing under her belt. She covers restaurants, craft breweries, distilleries, wineries, cooking, travel, and other food and beverage topics.

Expertise: Restaurants, Breweries, Distilleries, Cooking, Travel

Experience: After studying journalism at Northwestern University, Sarah Kuta moved to Colorado to write for the Boulder Daily Camera newspaper. She covered topics like higher education and outdoor recreation there for four years before branching out into freelance writing and editing. Today, she contributes to Food & Wine, AllRecipes, Condé Nast Traveler, NBC News, TripSavvy, Travel + Leisure, Robb Report, 5280 magazine, the Denver Post, and more. She's always on the hunt for compelling stories. When she's not writing, Sarah is baking sourdough, sampling various whiskies, road tripping in her converted camper van, or spending time at local Colorado craft breweries.
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