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Four Peaks Tasting Room on Wilson Has Closed; Now Offering Brewery Tours at Original Location

For the last two years the Four Peaks Tasting Room located at 2401 South Wilson in Tempe (just off of Broadway and Roosevelt roads) has been a destination a beer drinkers looking for place to hang out and eat some food truck grub. The third location to come from the Tempe brewery opened its doors in 2012 and offered a 60-barrel system, Four Peaks signature beers on tap, and wine.

Now the brewery has decided to move in a different direction with the space -- a new direction that means saying good-bye to the neighborhood tap house.

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According to Four Peaks Marketing Director Greg Ross, the Taproom on Wilson has closed and will now be used as a "both public and private event space." In addition to being able to rent out the space for private meetings and parties, the brewery also plans to host public beer education seminars. Those interested in renting the space can email [email protected]

Four Peaks' nearby 8th Street Brewery remains open, as does Four Peaks Grill & Tap located in Scottsdale.

And if you're still looking to get a behind-the-scenes peek at Four Peaks production, you can now sign up for a tour of the 8th Street location. Tours are being offered on Saturdays at 10:30, noon, and 2:30 p.m. and last about 45 minutes. A $10 fee includes the tour, two pints of any core beer, and a 10 percent discount on Four Peaks merchandise and packaged beers.

In addition to learning facts about brewing some of Tempe's favorite beers, the tour will cover some of the history of the neighborhood. Space is limited and online reservations are strongly recommended. For more information check the Four Peaks Brewing Company website.

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Lauren Saria
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