Beer Archives

Arizona Cocktail Week kicks off

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by in Experience AZ Magazine

The fifth annual Arizona Cocktail Week (AZCW) is in town from Feb. 13 to Feb. 21, and this year promises to bring more booze, fun and a little bit of education. AZCW is making the event easier to navigate this year with the SmartPhone application, Arizona Cocktail Week. By downloading the application, event goers will… Read More →

SanTan Brewery releases new brew inspired by community

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by in AZRE Magazine | Multi-Family | New to Market

SanTan Brewery’s newest beer, Steelyard Lager, is inspired by the culture of Wood Partners’ newest community, Alta Steelyard Lofts, which is just a short walk from SanTan’s brewpub in downtown Chandler. The beer is crisp and clear, reflecting the modern and dynamic personality of Alta Steelyard Lofts, and the local community. The 5.5 percent alcohol… Read More →

Thirsty Lion announces opening in Scottsdale

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Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill is excited to announce the opening of its second Arizona location at Scottsdale Fashion Square, following the success of their first valley location that opened in the Valley, at Tempe Marketplace, in 2011. The gastropub will open its doors to the public on Tuesday, February 17th and will feature 8,500 square feet… Read More →

Battle brews for Arizona microbreweries

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Some of Arizona’s most successful Arizona microbreweries are brewing for a legislative battle to hang onto their business. Four Peaks and San Tan brewing companies are in danger of losing their restaurants that aren’t attached to brewing operations once they surpass a production cap, the Arizona Capitol Times reported. Both companies have been close to… Read More →

Forge Wood-Fired Pizza coming to the Biltmore’s Union

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The Le Bon Temps Restaurants team is excited to bring Forge Wood-Fired Pizza (2502 E. Camelback Rd.) to the Union shops at the Biltmore Fashion Park, opening to the public on October 7th. Located inside a stylish, custom-designed space featuring a large bar, an imported Valoriani wood-burning oven, and a spacious and shaded patio with… Read More →

Craft beer industry thriving in San Diego

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BrewHop founder Summer Nixon is eight months pregnant and drinking water from a swing-top glass beer bottle at Coronado Brewing Co.’s new manufacturing facility. She’s just delivered two flights of beer to the table while waiting for Coronado Brewing Co. co-founder Rick Chapman to join her. It’s loud in here. The industrial sounds of pressure… Read More →

The Dish: Porter Cake

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If you’re like me, you’re over the bar scene associated with St. Patrick’s Day. Skip the green beer this year and make yourself a proper Irish breakfast. Pour a nice cup of Irish Breakfast tea or better yet an Irish coffee and enjoy a slice of Porter Cake. If you’re interested in a true Irish… Read More →

Praying Monk Presents “Summer School at the Monk”

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by in Eat | Events

Scottsdale’s Praying Monk is offering an opportunity to enjoy and learn about some of the most interesting beers from around the world, as well as the dishes that compliment them, during what they are calling “Summer School at the Monk.” The beer café’s new general manager, David Johnson, is a beer aficionado and will be… Read More →

Praying Monk Presents "Summer School at the Monk"

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by in Date Night | Events | Lifestyle

Scottsdale’s Praying Monk is offering an opportunity to enjoy and learn about some of the most interesting beers from around the world, as well as the dishes that compliment them, during what they are calling “Summer School at the Monk.” The beer café’s new general manager, David Johnson, is a beer aficionado and will be… Read More →

Four Peaks Makes Mark on Spring Training

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This Spring Training season, locally brewed Four Peaks craft beer made its way into the hands and hearts of baseball fans from across the globe—a big step for the Tempe-based company, whose clearly-stated mission is “to craft exceptional beer and be able to share it with good people.” Greg Ross, Director of Marketing at Four… Read More →

Tempe Festival Of The Arts

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On March 30th, 2012, the popular Tempe Festival of the Arts will return to the Mill Avenue District. A bi-annual event, the festival typically draws in more than 225,000 visitors over a three-day period. The Tempe Festival of the Arts, which is considered to be one of the top art festivals in the country, is… Read More →

Homegrown Brews: Get A Taste Of Arizona’s Own Beers

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by in Dining | Featured | Lists

Breweries from all over the state that brew their own beers for a taste of Arizona. Four Peaks Brewery Tempe & Scottsdale – Kilt Lifter, 8th St Ale, Arizona Peach, Oatmeal Stout, The Raj India Pale Ale (IPA), Sunbru Kölsch Style Ale, Hop Knot IPA, Hefeweizen SunUp Brewing Phoenix – Trooper IPA, Horizon Wheat, Amber,… Read More →