Craft beer events that happen annually in Tucson, as well as others around Arizona
Arizona Beer Week started in 2011 and is a celebration of Arizona Craft Beer across the state. The Arizona Craft Brewer’s Guild is made up of more than 70 breweries across the state. The event emphasizes craft beer education, the artistry of brewing, and the unveiling of never-before-seen suds.
Join Reid Park Zoo and Craft Tucson for the Brew at the Zoo. Proceeds will be used to help fund the building of a new health center for the Zoo’s animals.
The Baja Beer Festival is a celebration of craft beer with over 50 breweries and over 200 craft beers on tap. Featuring Tucson breweries and collaboration beers from the firefighters from Northwest Firefighters Charities.
On this two hour bike tour, you can visit three of downtown Tucson’s breweries where samplers will be waiting for you. Along the way, you’ll learn about each of the breweries, their history, the owners, and the unique beers they brew.
Founded in 1986, The Great Tucson Beer Festival is an annual beer festival that is now in its 30th edition. The 1-day event combines a selection of 100+ craft beers, food from local restaurants/vendors, and music. And to top it off, all proceeds benefit Sun Sounds of Arizona, an outreach program that provides audio access to information for people who cannot read print media because they have a disability.