PHOENIX, AZ - Do you know according to archaeologists, the first and oldest brewing is in Egypt and Mesopotamia? Well, now you know. According to bbc.com and worldhistory.org, they found around 40 pots were used to heat a mixture of grain and water to make beer. At that time, beer was known as the drink of the Gods.
Huss Brewing Co.
Location: 100 E. Camelback Road, Suite 160, Phoenix
Phone number: 480-234-9944
Opens: Monday – Thursday ( 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.)
Friday- Saturday (11 a.m.- 10 p.m.)
Huss Brewing Co. is a local and independent craft brewery in Arizona. Established in 2013 by Jeff and Leah Huss who have a lot of passion for craft beer. Huss brewing is located in two areas, one is for a brewery/taproom in Tempe and the other is for a standalone taproom in Uptown Phoenix. You can taste Koffee Kölsch, their traditional light-bodied Kölsch, and also American wheat beer brewed with natural Rasberry. For more information, you can go to hussbrewing.com
Greenwood Brewing Co.
Location: 425 E. ROOSEVELT ST. PHOENIX, AZ 85004
Phone Number: 602-875-8577
Opens: Monday – Thursday (11 a.m.- midnight)
Friday – Saturday (11 a.m. – 2 a.m.)
Sunday (11 a.m. – 10 p.m.)
Greenwood Brewing is owned by a woman called Megan Greenwood, established in 2017. She started this business because she loves making tasty beer and creating the product. You can taste their popular fall menu called The Harvest Diem. They also have a gluten-reduced brew called Golden which they claim many people have been asking. For more information, you can go to greenwoodbrews.com
Wren House Brewing Co.
Location: 2125 North 24th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008, US
Phone Number: 602-244-9184
Opens: Monday-Thursday ( 12 p.m.- 10 p.m.)
Friday-Saturday (11 a.m. – Midnight)
Sunday ( 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.)
The Wren House Brewing focused on quality and explore a wide range of brewing techniques and styles. The owners are Bill Hammond, Drew Pool, and Preston Theony, established in 2015. They are working with The Nature Conservancy to supports the area. So, they begin to use malt and wheat grown by the local farmers. One of their drinks is Glowing Ruby Gose with Celtic sea salt, chamomile, hibiscus, and rose petals. You will also taste so many fruit aromas and flavors. For more information, you can visit wrenhousebrewing.com
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