Here's the Brewery Lineup for the NovemBEER Festival on Saturday, November 22

Mark your calendars now, beer lovers, because you're not going to want to miss this. Later this month New Times will host the NovemBEER Festival, the grande finale of the month-long celebration of all things carbonated and boozy.

The event will go down on Saturday, November 22 at the Arizona Center in Downtown Phoenix from noon to 5 p.m. Attendees will be able to sample beers and ciders from dozens of local and national breweries.

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The lineup features 12 Arizona breweries and a selection of ciders, as well as a handful of craft breweries and some well-known beer brands.

General admission tickets to the festival will cost $35 and include 30 two ounce samples. VIP tickets cost $55 and include 40 two ounce pours along with early entrance to the event at 11 a.m. Tickets can be purchased online.

Here's the lineup of breweries:

  • Abita
  • Coronado Brewing Co.
  • Day of the Dead Beer
  • Deschutes Brewery
  • Desert Eagle Brewing Co
  • Dubina Brewing Co
  • Firestone Walker
  • Founders Brewing Co.
  • Four Peaks Brewing Co.
  • Goose Island
  • Grand Canyon Brewing Co.
  • Historic Brewing Co.
  • Hop City
  • Humboldt Brewing Co.
  • Kona Brewing Co
  • Magic Hat Brewing Co.
  • Magners
  • Marble Brewery
  • Mexicali Brewery
  • Mike Hess Brewing
  • Mother Road Brewing Co.
  • Mudshark Brewery
  • New Belgium Brewing
  • North Coast Brewing Co.
  • North Mountain Brewing
  • Odell Brewing Co.
  • Old World Brewery
  • Prescott Brewing Co.
  • Pyramid
  • Redhook
  • San Tan Brewing Co.
  • Shock Top
  • Sierra Nevada
  • Smuttynose Brewing Co
  • Sonoma Ciders
  • Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
  • Stone Brewing Co.
  • SunUp Brewing Co.
  • Two Brothers Brewing Co.
  • Victory Brewing
  • Widmer Brothers Brewing
  • Woodchuck
  • Wyder's

For more information about the NovemBEER Festival and other NovemBEER events, including the weekly beer tastings, check the NovemBEER website.

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