Brew­eries & Tast­ing Rooms

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ARIDUS WINE COM­PANY Tast­ing room for a Will­coxarea (south­ern Ari­zona) wine­maker. Try ve wines for $10, then ap­ply a $10 credit to the pur­chase of a bot­tle of your fa­vorite. 7173 E. Main St., 520.954.2676. ARI­ZONA WILDER­NESS BREW­ING CO. Gil­bert’s rst brew­ery ex­per­i­ments with styles and pro les, and the food menu is in­dul­gent too: jalapeño meat­loaf slid­ers, thick fries drowned in beer cheese, more than a dozen burg­ers and sev­eral pick­led sides. Brew­pub open daily at 11 am; tast­ing room closed M. www.azw­ 721 N. Ari­zona Ave., Gil­bert, 480.284.9863. THE BEER RE­SEARCH IN­STI­TUTE This Mesa-based maker of an IPA, vanilla porter, dark ale and Bel­gian sai­son of­fers tast­ing ights served in brass-knuck­le­shaped racks and hap­pily taps se­lect brews from other houses. BRI plays up its lab­o­ra­tory iden­tity with beaker-glass pen­dant lamps and vis­i­ble brew­ing tanks, and plays to beer-re­lated ap­petites with pull-apart pret­zels, fries with pou­tine, and some­thing called “meat candy.” www.the­beer re­searchin­sti­ 1641 S. Sta­p­ley Dr., Mesa, 480.892.2020. FATE BREW­ING CO. Pair snack plates, greens and wood- red piz­zas with house beers and ro­tat­ing guest taps. Fate Brew­ing Co. la­bels in­clude a cream ale, stout and bar­rel-aged sour golden ale. Su brunch. www.fate­brew­ 7337 E. Shea Blvd., 480.994.1275. 1312 N. Scotts­dale Rd., 480.656.9100. FOUR PEAKS BREW­ING Tempe-brewed beers ac­com­pany de­cent pub grub; some brews even make it into tiramisu and milk­shakes. www.four 1340 E. 8th St., Tempe, 480.303.9967.

Sonora Vil­lage, 15745 N. Hay­den Rd., 480.991.1795. GOLD­WA­TER BREW­ING CO. Ini­ti­ated brew­ing and tast­ing ef­forts in­side a snug garage-like space in mid-2015; the in­au­gu­ral lineup fea­tures a bit­ter ale, pale ale and Kölsch-style ale. www. gold­wa­ter­brew­ 3608 N. Scotts­dale Rd., 480.350.7305. HUSS BREW­ING CO. This hus­band-and-wife brew­ery makes a Scotts­dale Blonde ale and a sea­sonal rice pud­ding porter, and the tap room fea­tures house and fel­low-Ari­zona brews, 20 han­dles at a time. www.huss­brew­ 1520 W. Min­eral Rd., Tempe, 480.264.7611. LDV WINE GALLERY The Rhone va­ri­etals of south­east­ern Ari­zona’s Lawrence Dun­ham Vine­yards (Syrah/Pe­tite Syrah, Gre­nache, Viog­nier) are poured by the taste or glass from an art-gallery bar and on two pa­tios, and also sold by the bot­tle. Closed M-Tu. www.ld­vwine­ 6851 E. 1st St., 480.664.4822. PEDAL HAUS BREW­ERY Brand-new, crow­dac­com­mo­dat­ing fa­cil­ity with brews in de­vel­op­ment and Euro bites in cir­cu­la­tion. www.ped­al­haus­brew­ 730 S. Mill Ave., Tempe, 480.314.2337. SAD­DLE MOUN­TAIN BREW­ING CO. This West Val­ley brew­ery is run by a hus­band-and­wife team. Traildig­ger-la­bel brews in­clude Bel­gian Wit, Tuskegee Red Tails red ale and Chas­ing Tail am­ber ale, among other brew­ery sta­ples and sea­son­als. www.sad­dle­moun­tain­brew­ 15651 W. Roo­sevelt St., Goodyear, 623.249.5520. SUNUP BREW­ING CO. Hearty pub grub sup­ports SunUp’s hefty ar­ray of stan­dard (am­ber ale, vanilla porter) and sea­sonal (coffee porter, White Rus­sian stout) brews. www.sunup­brew­ 322 E. Camel­back Rd., 602.279.8909.

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