Have you noticed the new accessories at our coffee bar? Not only do we have our amazing nitrogen tapped toddy, we also have three of Sentinel Peak’s delicious brews on tap!
Sentinel Peak is Tucson’s only midtown brewery and now their beers are available on-tap in the Sabino Canyon neighborhood.
Beginning this week, we will stay open until 9:00pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Bring the whole family down this Friday night, as the guys from Sentinel Peak will be joining us with their Firetruck to kick off our extended hours and menu. Food service will be available through 9:00pm, too.
We have added some lite fare that are great when you finish a hike or bike ride or you stop in to watch the Wildcat’s game with us. We have beer on tap and in bottles or cans (all Arizona brands!) and wines by the glass or bottle. We also have some fun signature drinks that we have created for special events (like Saturday). Or if you want to ramp up your coffee or tea drink, we can just add a shot of liquor for you.
Of course, there may be times you want to grab some food or drinks to take home with you. We still have our text and call ahead service as well as UberEats. And we can now sell and refill growlers with any beer we have on tap. Soon we will even have Brewd growlers available. Fun stuff!
Please join us this Friday to kick things off. Come in on Saturday night and join us as we watch the U of A football team beat USC! If the past few weeks are any indication, it should be a fun night! And as the Cats go bowling, expect there to be even more. (Of course, basketball season starts very soon, too!)
We hope this addition to Brewd adds to this community we have grown to love. We expect more events, just stay tuned.
It’s fall already and there’s a chill in the air. Well, maybe the leaves are turning. OK, it’s under 100 degrees outside! Nevertheless, we are quickly heading into the holiday seasons. Since our first two wine pairings were so much fun, we decided to squeeze in another one before things get too hectic!
Our October Wine Tasting has a theme. Can you guess it?
Kate wanted to call it “A Bloody Red Time”, but Phil thought that might be just a tad too morbid. We did find some fun red wines with “scary” names, tho. And we have paired them with “Oktoberfestive” foods.
Grab your friends and family and join us for a spot of fun community, while we learn about some new wines.
The menu for this pairing:
The event is Saturday, October 21st, at 6:00pm.
You can buy tickets, today through Friday, for $20.00 each at Brewd or online at Eventbrite.
If we don’t sell out before then, tickets will be available on the day of the event at Brewd, for just a little more.
Save your place at a table now! Brewd is excited to offer our second wine tasting evening of fun! Saturday Sept, 30th, beginning at 6:00pm, we will explore the differences between old world and new world wine styles. Tickets are available at Brewd or online.
Each wine will be paired with a complimentary food item. We will enjoy this selection of five unique wines, comparing and contrasting the differences between old world and new world crafting:
Le Grand Cheneau Macon Verze Chardonnay (White Burgundy Wine) – old world white wine
Salmon Run Chardonnay (Finger Lakes 2016) – new world white wine
La Chapelle – Jean Sambardie (Beaujolais Villages 2015) – old world red
Chateau Pech-Latt Corbieres 2015 (France) – new world red
Peirano Estate Vineyards – Six-Clones Merlot (2014 Lodi – The Heritage Collection) – new world red
Tickets can be purchased now for only $18.00 each! The price will go up on the day of the event. Spaces are limited.
Join us on Monday Sept, 18th, starting at 6:30pm, as Scott from Adventure Coffee walks us through how different brewing methods can affect the flavor of the coffee in your cup. Tickets can be purchased at Brewd or online and are $6.50 per person or $8 the day of the event.
This is a FUN and LOW-KEY get together to share the greatness of all that coffee can be (what else would you expect at Brewd?)
Several roasts from various regions around the globe, will be presented for the tasting. Come learn to identify and describe the flavors you enjoy.
Stick around after the event for more coffee talk, socializing with your neighbors and, perhaps, a glass of wine or a beer.