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  • Phoenix Ale Brewery

    Phoenix Ale Brewery

    3002 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-275-5049 2013, the 44-year-old brewer lost his battle with cancer, leaving brewers and beer lovers saddened by his passing. Stop by the taphouse, located off 30th and Washington streets in Phoenix and crack open aFretzy in his honor. It's guys like Greg Fretz who make Phoenix a tastier, happier place for all of us beer aficionados -- especially with the seasonal Watermelon Wheat and last year's spicy Phoestivus Ale. More >>

  • Pinnacle Peak Patio

    Pinnacle Peak Patio

    10426 E. Jomax Road Scottsdale, AZ 85262
    480-585-1599 It's for tourists, but this landmark cowboy steak house is no trap. Have your kids deputized by the "Old Timer," get your picture taken in Western duds and enjoy the country-western band. Then settle in for excellent, mesquite-grilled steaks. The two-pound porterhouse and New York strip are the best options. Cheesecake and apple pie are effective desserts. More >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    14205 S. 50th St. Ahwatukee, AZ 85044
    480-598-1300 This Ahwatukee meet-up destination has lots of great food options and plenty of space for a large party on the patio, but the beer is what really sets this national chain apart. Rock Bottom produces several thirst-quenching microbrews right there on site, all mixed by the restaurant's in-house brew master. In true brewery tradition, Rock Bottom even offers a cask-conditioned ale. Non-beer lovers in the group can check out the lengthy list of classic and creative cocktails. Take advantage of happy hour specials and late night eats every day of the week. More >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-513-9125 Just across the Loop 101 from the new Musical Instrument Museum, an otherwise nondescript shopping center provides an oasis of handcrafted beer brewed in North Phoenix. There's always a crisp wheat beer on tap, though the specific recipe shifts seasonally. And though the chain restaurant offers a full bar, it's the beer you come for, right? Don't miss out on a pint or three of the brewery's Udder Goodness when it's available. Brewmaster Brian Helton developed the robust, creamy brew at this location, and it garnered him a bronze award in the 2010 World Beer Cup's Sweet Stout category. That's no surprise, as the delicious drink has been bringing in accolades and awards for years -- though Helton says the Desert Trail Pale Ale remains his favorite. An outdoor patio provides ample views of the bustling commerce in the Deer Valley Marketplace shopping center. This Rock Bottom sells 64-ounce growlers of their beers, so you can take a batch home to boot. More >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    8668 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    480-998-7777 Rock Bottom proves that it's possible to inject some local flavor into a chain bar. For instance, the North Scottsdale location features a half-dozen draft beers (including Saguaro stout, Raptor Red, and El Jefe hefeweizen), all of which are crafted at its in-house brewery. The upscale sports bar and restaurant also serves more than a dozen different imports and domestics in bottle form, so there's a little something for every kind of beer drinker. Happy hour runs from 4 to 7 p.m. every Monday through Saturday and provides patrons with $3.25 pints, $3 well drinks and house wines, and $5 appetizers. If you're short on cash, Texas Hold'em tourneys also take place every Monday night and offer gift certificates as prizes. But no matter how competitive the card games can get, Rock Bottom maintains a chillax vibe where you can partake in conversation without having to shout over noisy dance music or rowdy sports fans. More >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    7640 W. Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308
    623-878-8822 The Valley has its fair share of microbreweries but few can boast of receiving as many accolades as this chain, which won "Best Brewpub" honors at the 2008 National Beer Festival. Rock Bottom carries a classic lineup of ales and lagers, light to dark, so expect solid suds without any gimmicks. You can also find such pub grub standards as sliders and wings, as well as wood-fired pizzas and gourmet burgers. The location is situated close to the Peoria Sports Complex, making it a choice destination following a spring training game. More >>

  • Roosevelt Gallery and Bier House Brings

    509 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • San Tan Brewing Company

    San Tan Brewing Company

    8 San Marcos Place Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-917-8700 SanTan Brewing hasn't been around as long as the Valley's craft brew standard-bearer, Four Peaks, but it's fast establishing itself as one of the best brewpubs in Arizona. Located along a nice stretch of restaurants and pubs in the heart of downtown Chandler, it features a vast lineup of in-house brews, along with a decent selection of wine and liquor. The food offerings are of the traditional bar variety, many with a Mexican twist, and are perfectly suited to the microbrews served. Sober eyes will notice some interesting decorative touches, including a metal vault and benches made of safe deposit boxes, left over from the location's former days as the Valley National Bank. The pub always seems to be planning some sort of special shindig or unveiling a new seasonal beer, which makes it the sort of place worth returning to every few months, even if you don't live right around the corner. Oh, and they're now canning their brews, too, so if you like what you taste you can take some home with you. More >>

  • Sleepy Dog Saloon and Brewery

    Sleepy Dog Saloon and Brewery

    1920 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-5476 "Leg Humper," "Scootcher," and "Wet Snout" are a few of the unique, pooch-centric names you'll find on the tap handles at Tempe's newest brewpub. Tucked away in a quiet strip mall on University Drive, Sleepy Dog offers house-made brews (flip over the menu for a sketch detailing the brewing process) and a bevy of other craft beers available on draft and by the bottle. If you're feeling a little more upscale, the establishment also offers a selection of Arizona wines. The chillaxed atmosphere makes Sleepy Dog an easy spot in which to kick back with friends and play a board game or watch a flick on one of the brewpub's flat-screen TVs. Try your luck on the "Wheel of Deals," and you could even a 25-cent beer or a free bag of chips. Fresh popcorn is available as are more exotic bar snacks, like hummus, should you need something to go along with your pint. More >>

  • The Sonoita Inn

    3243 State Highway 82 Sonoita, AZ 85637

  • Sonoita Vineyards

    290 Elgin Canelo Road Elgin, AZ 85611

  • Sonoran Brewing Company

    Sonoran Brewing Company

    3002 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Studio Vino

    Studio Vino

    1825 E. Guadalupe Tempe, AZ 85283

  • Terroir Wine Pub

    Terroir Wine Pub

    7001 N. Scottsdale Road Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
    480-922-3470 As a wine pub, Terroir could really stand to amp up its grub. Don't come here expecting to make a meal out of the snacks. Instead, come here for some serious drinking, as the pours are extremely generous. Three dozen wines by the glass change almost daily, so you'll never get bored with the selection. More >>

  • Twisted Rose Winery and Eatery

    Twisted Rose Winery and Eatery

    15040 N. Northsight Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • Vino 100

    Vino 100

    30835 N. Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331
    480-502-8466 This unassuming little wine shop has a credo: "We didn't invent wine, but we certainly created a better way to buy it!" And they're not kidding. Thanks to Vino 100, gone forever are all the frustrations of shopping for reds and whites. The experts here are friendly and not at all snooty about the fact that we don't know the difference between Sirah and Merlot. This user-friendly store offers what they call a "wine barometer," a tag indicating the vino's flavor (fruity to dry) and body (light to full). The entire store is laid out according to this system, and shoppers can easily find exceptional wines that suit their personal tastes and budget. Wine tour guides are available to help, or you can go it alone. More wine! More >>

  • The Windmill Winery

    1140 W. Butte Ave. Apache Junction, AZ 85217

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