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Westside Brew District Tour

They say good things come in threes – and the monthly brewhouse tours on Tucson’s westside are definitely a good thing.

October 10, 2016

Upcoming Events

What: Westside Brew District Tour
When: Second Saturday of every month through December, from 5:00pm to 08:00pm
Where: Multiple locations in the industrial area south of Grant Road, west of I-10

The Three Musketeers, Destiny’s Child, and the Westside Brew District Tour – proof that some of the best things come in threes.

The Westside Brew District Tour is probably one of the best trio collaborations to come about since the invention of the BLT.  Dragoon Brewing Company, 1912 Brewing Company, and Hamilton Distillers are joining forces on the second Saturday of every month to celebrate with Tucson’s local beer drinking community. Of course, it helps that they are located within minutes of each other in the industrial section of Grant Road, west of I-10 (you know, the area with a bunch of good breweries).

You’ll start off at Dragoon (located at 1859 W. Grant Rd #111, Tucson, AZ 85745) at 5:00pm, where you can enjoy one of their IPAs or try some of their Bruck Bock Doppelbock. Then make your way (responsibly) to Hamilton Distillers (located at 2106 Forbes Blvd #103, Tucson, AZ 85745) at 6:00pm and wash the beer down with some whiskey! After that, at 7:00pm, saunter your way down to 1912 Brewing (located at 2045 N Forbes Blvd. Ste 105 Tucson AZ 85745) and end the night with their AZ Star Blonde or their Mescalero Stout.

The cost for this tour is $15 and includes a beer of choice at both breweries and a whiskey of choice at Hamilton Distillers. There will be food trucks, desserts and live music available at all three locations, which is sure to equal a good time.

Tickets for the Westside Brew District Tours scheduled from now through December 2016 are available either upon arrival or beforehand in the Tap Room at Dragoon Brewing Company and at the bar in 1912 Brewing Company.

Hope to see you there!

Header image by Liora K, from “No Girly Beer,” which ran in our March/April 2015 issue.







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