Tag: Tucson Foodie

Palo Verde Brewery District Creating a Big Buzz

There must be something in the water in the industrial district on Palo Verde Road just north of Ajo Way.

Industrial districts have long been desirable locations for breweries, for a number of reasons, such as city regulations, size of the space needed, and price.

In this instance, however, it all started when Nimbus Brewing Co. opened at 3850 E. 44th St. in 1996. Tucked back at the end of the road, the location was more akin to a dead end than a beer tourist destination. >>>Read more 

This article originally appeared on TucsonFoodie.com.

The Latest Craft Beer Buzz in Tucson

The craft beer scene in Tucson is hopping (pun intended).

With a current tally of 18 craft breweries in southern Arizona along with three additional beer shops that specialize in craft beer from down the street to across the continent, it’s safe to say we have options.

But it would be difficult for the typical suds seeker to know when and where to find the latest releases or biggest to-dos in the industry without being constantly tethered to their mobile device. >>>Read More

This article originally appeared on TucsonFoodie.com

 

Dillinger Brewing Company To Open December 30

When Tucson locals and University of Arizona graduates Eric Sipe and Eric Rosas were searching for a name for their brewery, it was a historic criminal with ties to Tucson that would lend a hand… or name.

Dillinger Brewing Company is scheduled to open December 30 at 3895 N. Oracle Rd.

But first, if you don’t already know the story, a most brief history lesson: >>> more

This article originally appeared on TucsonFoodie.com

Three New Must-Try Tucson Beers

Tucson brewers are making some great beer.

I don’t know if it’s the water, the malt, or the hops that are making these specialty releases so amazing, but do yourself a favor and grab a pint of these beers before they are gone.

2nd Anniversary Double IPA

Pueblo Vida Brewing Co.

This beer, aptly named “2” since it was brewed in honor of the Brewery’s 2nd anniversary, is a double IPA.>>> more

This article was originally published on TucsonFoodie.com.