Celebrate National Independents Week by raising your glass to local business and enjoying a locally brewed beer or toasting with a glass of wine, all while using your 20% off Golden Coupons. With numerous local wineries and breweries, there’s no shortage of opportunities to cheers to keeping it local around the state. Check out these wineries and breweries for great Arizona wines and beers!
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Hannah’s Hill Vineyard: Featuring expanses of vineyard growing space and plenty of wines to choose from, this local vineyard located in Elgin, just 45 minutes southeast of Tucson is a must visit for any local wine connoisseur.
Four Tails Vineyard: Nestled at the base of the Dragoon Mountains, just West of downtown Pearce, this is the perfect winery for anyone looking to enjoy locally grown and produced wines, while maintaining an appreciation for their four-legged friends of the canine variety; Four Tails being named after the owner’s four happy dogs.
Cellar 433: Nestled in the heart of historic Jerome, Cellar 433 is not just a tasting room, but a chance to experience owner John Mcloughlin's wide selection of Arizona wines from Dragoon Mountain Vineyard near Wilcox. Sample wines from approachable to esoteric, and everything in between, accompanied by a fine cheese plate or selection of fresh fruit with aged brie. Indulge at Cellar 433, located at 240 Hull Ave, Jerome.
Prescott Winery: Prescott Winery, the first tasting room to join the city’s array of attractions, is an easy walk from Whiskey Row, located just a few blocks east of the downtown square. Set in a small, charming house, visitors can enjoy wine either inside or on the patio in an inviting and comfortable environment.
Dubina Brewing: Family owned and operated out of Glendale, Dubina Brewing seeks to bring the family’s heritage and a European and Czech feel to the valley. Offering up a variety of fine craft beers as well as wine and cider, stop in and relax with a fine beer and enjoy some of the items from their starters, salads, brats or burgers menu.
Desert Eagle Brewing Company: Located in Mesa, this tap room offers a wide variety of craft beers, a full kitchen menu and plenty of live entertainment such as various live music acts, open mic nights and comedy night events.
Mother Bunch Brewing Company: Family owned and operated and located in Phoenix, this brewery features an expansive menu of fine craft beers, including porters, lagers and IPA, as well as a full menu of plates to share, appetizers, salads and entrees, as well as a selection of decadent desserts and after-dinner cocktails.
McFate Brewing Company: Featuring small-batch beers and wood-fired pizzas, McFate Brewing Company, located in Scottsdale, specializes in bold and well-paired flavor combinations in constant rotation to keep their menus fresh and exciting.
Scottsdale Beer Company: Placing emphasis on freshness of product and ingredients, from their craft beers to full menus, Scottsdale Beer Company seeks to bring back the time-honored tradition of crafting fine products from locally sourced ingredients to put out into their community.
1912 Brewing Company: Located in Tucson, this family owned and operated nano-brewery features craft beers, wines and ciders. Their tap rooms offers up eight beers on tap, four wines on tap, bottled beers, ciders and mead. Enjoy board games at the bar, comfortable couches, multiple TV screens and fine artisan popcorn along with your brew.
Catalina Brewing: This nano-brewery located in Tucson offers up a variety of craft beers made from all locally sourced and selected ingredients, giving patrons a taste of the southwest in their glass, using ingredients such as mesquite agave and prickly pear fruit. Along with their love of craft beers, Catalina Brewing also has a great love for bikes and all the biking trails that the region has to offer.
Prison Hill Brewing: Located near the infamous prison in Yuma, this brewery features a menu of creatively named variety beers and a gastropub menu of eats featuring dishes such as poutine, fried avocado and a prison hill sampler plate, as well as sandwiches, burgers, entree plates and beer infused desserts. Prison Hill Brewing promises its patrons beers and eats so good...its criminal.