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Neighbors Chandler brings in the suds A plethora of Chandler area events and
tastings are on tap during the second annual Arizona Beer Week, which kicks off on Feb. 18. The weeklong celebration of the craft beer industry focuses on craft beer educa- tion, the artistry of brewing and the unveil- ing of never-before-seen suds. Local highlights include the following: THE HUNGRY MONK 1760 W. Chandler Blvd., Suite 2, Chandler Info: 480-963-8000 Brewer’s Cocktail – The Hot Scotchy, 6:30
to 10:30 p.m. Mon., Feb. 20: Enter the secret world of the brewer with a cocktail whose ori- gins remain shrouded in mystery. The Hot Scotchy is among the “rarest of drinks” and has “never been sold to the public in Arizona.” Bell’s Eccentric Cafe comes to Arizona with a stop at this eatery at 3 p.m. Thu., Feb. 23.
UNCLE BEAR’S GRILL & BAR 1980 W. Germann Rd., Chandler Info: 480-722-1555 Four Peaks Robust Porter Beer Week
Tapping, from 11 a.m. until the keg’s empty Fri., Feb. 24: Enjoy a rare beer tapping from Four Peaks Brewing Company. The first 48 patrons receive a limited edition Beer Week glass from Four Peaks.
KEEGAN’S OCOTILLO 1095 W. Queen Creek Rd., Chandler Info: 480-814-0003 AZ Beer Week Festival, 11 a.m. to clos- ing, Feb. 18 through 25: Keegan’s offers
Craft Draft Beers all week long for $3 per pint. Selections include Firestone Walker, Odell, Sierra Nevada and others. Firestone Walker Brewery Rep
Meet and Greet, 4 to 5:30 p.m. Fri., Feb 24: A Firestone Walker Rep dis- cusses the award-winning brewery and beers. Keegan’s will have three of FW’s beers on draft and FW glassware giveaways.
TEAKWOODS TAVERN AND GRILL 5965 W. Ray Rd., Chandler Info: 480-961-0945 Every day from Feb. 18 through 25, the
tavern offers a unique food dish paired with a Four Peaks beer. Tapping of Four Peak Specialty Brew,
Mon., Feb. 20: Four Peaks created a never- before-released beer and Teakwoods will tap the first keg. There is a limited supply.
SANTAN BREWING CO. 8 S. San Marcos Pl., Chandler Info: 480-917-8700 Chimichangas & Beer Week, Feb. 20
through 25: All week long the brew house features a different, unique Chimichanga paired with a brew each day. SanTan & Breckenridge Brewer’s
Breakfast, 10:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Sun., Feb 19: Join SanTan Brewing for a “delec- table spread of delicious food and a little
“hair of the dog.” Manless Monday,
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 20: Join SanTan Brewing for a women-only event pairing house beers with gourmet cheese sandwiches from
Wedge and Bottle. LATITUDE 8 THAI GRILL
11 W. Boston St., Suite 5, Chandler Info: 480-722-0560, www.latitude-eight.com
East Meets West Beer Pairing Dinner,
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tue., Feb 21: Latitude 8 joins SanTan Brewery for an “amazing con- trast of flavors” showcasing Latitude 8’s contemporary Thai cuisine with SanTan Brewing’s uniquely American take on hand- crafted brews.
WHOLE FOODS CHANDLER 2955 E. Ray Rd., Chandler Info: 480-821-9447 Bridgeport Brewing Tasting, 4 to 6 p.m.
Mon., Feb. 20: Meet Steve from the brewery and sample some of their best beers. Great Divide Sampling, 4 to 6 p.m. Tue.,
Feb. 21: Tannea from Great Divide will be on hand to offer a wide variety of beers sampling from one of the highest rated breweries in the country. Cider and Beer Blending, 3 to 5 p.m. Wed.,
Feb. 22: Learn about the great blends that can be made from cider and beer. Enjoy the unique stylings of Luke, Brendan and Tebo as well.
Lost Coast Brewing Tasting, 4 to 6 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 23: Sample some of the popular beers from Lost Coast Brewing. Ballast Point Tasting, 4 to 6 p.m. Thu.,
Feb. 23: Curt from Ballast Point offers sam- plings of beers from BP’s portfolio. David Walker tapping keg of the original
Velvet MerKin, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., Thu., Feb. 23: Join David Walker and King James to tap a keg of the original “Velvet MerKin” Oatmeal Stout. This is the 100% bourbon barrel aged beer that won Firestone Walker a gold medal at the GABF in 2011. Kegs and Eggs, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun.,
Feb. 26: The made-to-order menu includes quinoa pancakes,
Pyttipanna breakfast hash, the Middle Eastern breakfast staple shakshooka and beer pairings.
AJ’S FINE FOODS 22402 S. Basha Rd., Chandler Info: 800-755-7292 Phoenix Ale Brewery AZ Beer Week
Feature, Feb. 18 through 25: All Arizona AJ’s feature The Phoenix Ale Brewery products. They will have special pricing on products.
Additional festivals, seminars, pairing
dinners, pub crawls, tours, tastings and meet-the-brewer nights happen throughout the state during Arizona Beer Week. For a complete list of daily events or to purchase tickets, visit www.arizonabeerweek.com
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