Local breweries have experienced their share of slowdowns while keeping their employees safe during the current pandemic. Some have temporarily closed their doors, while others have resorted to to-go orders only.
As of late, certain breweries have chosen to open their seating areas at limited capacity, giving the option to stay and grab a beer, with the option of taking some home, too.
Here's a list of who's fully open, who isn't, and who is offering delivery and to-go beers.
1912 Brewing Company is currently open with limited hours and you're welcome to have a drink inside their taproom — six feet apart, of course. Daniela's Cooking is often posted out in front, too, giving you another way to support local.
For more information, visit 1912brewing.com.
The Address Brewing's dining room is currently closed, but that doesn't mean you can't order a growler of beer and some pizza for home.
Their temporary hours are 4:30 - 8:30 p.m. every Monday - Saturday. You can order online or by calling (520) 325-1702.
For more information, visit 1702az.com
The taproom is open at Barrio Brewing Company and you've still got the option to order everything to-go as well.
Sunday - Thursday they're open from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. and from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. If you'd rather take your beer and food home, you can order online or call (520) 791-2739.
For more information, visit barriobrewing.com.
BlackRock Brewers opened up its taproom again with limited seating, and have been cleaning and taping off boundaries for the safety of six feet. They're also selling some new Lunch Box Sandwiches for anyone craving a bite to eat there or at home.
Their hours of operation may still be limited, so make sure to check on that beforehand.
For more information, visit blackrockbrewers.com.
If you're looking for a nice, cold beer on a hot and sunny day, hit up Borderland Brewing Company because they're offering to-go and delivery brews (within a five-mile radius of the taproom).
They're open from noon - 8 p.m. on Thursday - Sunday, but you can order any day of the week with their new online store.
For more information, visit borderlandsbrewing.com.
The northwest side brewery, Button Brew House, is delivering beer as far as the east side of Tucson. The taproom remains closed but you can pick up your to-go order or request delivery. Their hours vary, too, depending on the day, but you can order online or by calling (520) 268-8543.
Keep in mind, the brewery is temporarily closed on Tuesdays.
For more information, visit buttonbrewhouse.com.
Located around the corner from Button Brew House, Catalina Brewing Company has reopened their taproom and patio for those who'd like to stick around, along with the option to get your beer to-go.
Catalina Brewing's hours of operation appear to be back to the regular schedule, with a lineup of recurring food trucks and happy hour pricing.
For more information, visit catalinabrewingco.com.
Copper Mine Brewing Company is allowing up to 20 people at a time in their taproom. They're planning to be open from 4 - 9 p.m. on Monday - Friday, 2 - 9 p.m. on Saturday, and noon - 6 p.m. on Sunday.
In addition, you can still get your growler filled with your favorite brew and enjoy in the comfort of your home.
Keep up with Copper Mine Brewing Company on Facebook.
Corbett Brewing Company is still temporarily closed with no word on when they'll open again. However, you can keep tabs on them by following their social media accounts.
Keep up with Corbett Brewing Company on Facebook.
Crooked Tooth Brewing Company's taproom is closed but you can still grab any of their brews on the go or by delivery. Also, they've been busy with minor renovations and installations, including the brand new foeder they managed to squeeze in.
Currently, their hours of operation are 3 - 8 p.m. on Monday - Friday, noon - 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and are delivering within a five-mile radius from noon - 4 p.m. on Tuesday - Friday.
These are the temporary hours so follow their social media accounts for any updates.
Keep up with Crooked Tooth on Facebook.
Dillinger Brewing Company is making the best of their time during the pandemic, and have been sharing some pretty entertaining videos to lure in thirsty patrons.
Beginning Friday, May 28, the brewery's dining room will be open with limited hours, and they're still offering growler fills, crowlers, four packs to-go, and delivery.
For more information, visit dillingerbrewing.com.
Dragoon Brewing Company's taproom is open for to-go only from 2 - 6 p.m. daily. You'll want to keep an eye on their social media accounts for any future updates on when they'll be open to the public.
For more information, visit dragoonbrewing.com.
Green Feet Brewing Company is keeping the taproom closed for now, but offering to-go orders from 4 - 8 p.m. on Fridays only. There's a possibility they'll be extending their hours soon — maybe in June.
Keep up with Green Feet Brewing on Facebook.
Harbottle Brewing Company reopened the doors to its taproom with limited capacity, limiting groups to four people or less. They're still offering to-go orders with curbside pickup, too.
In addition, the new collaboration with Black Crown Coffee on tap, which ought to be interesting.
For more information, visit harbottlebrewing.com.
Iron John's Brewing Company's is excited to try out their newly installed crowler machine, so go on down and snag one to-go.
Right now, only the 555 E. 18th St. location is open from 4 - 8 p.m. on Wednesday - Saturday, and the Congress spot is closed until further notice. For convenience, order online or call (520) 232-2080.
For more information, visit ironjohnsbrewing.com.
One of the newest breweries on the block, MotoSonora Brewing Company, reopened their taproom and patio with limited seating. Also, to-go crowlers can be ordered online if you'd rather enjoy it at home.
In addition, Barrio Brewing Company is delivering food to the brewery, so give them a call while you're enjoying one of MotoSonora's brews.
For more information, visit motosonora.com.
Public Brewhouse is keeping the taproom closed but has created a new "Crowler Hour" from 5 - 6 p.m. daily. The brewery has been keeping their tap list updated on its social media accounts.
Keep up with Public Brewhouse on Facebook.
Pueblo Vida Brewing Company is currently offering to-go purchases only, which includes beer and their sweet merchandise. They're open daily from noon - 6 p.m. and the online ordering system is ready to go.
For more information, visit pueblovidabrewing.com.
Ranch House Grill & Brewery is open for curbside pickup, meaning they'll bring your order straight to your vehicle. Be sure to order ahead of time by calling (520) 219-2166.
For more information, visit saddlebrookeranchhoa.org.
Sentinel Peak Brewing Company's taproom and patio are currently open to the public — at both locations — with an option for to-go orders as well.
Side note: They're also serving up cocktails if beer isn't your thing.
For more information, visit sentinelpeakbrewing.com.
Ten55 Brewing Company's taproom is currently closed to the public, but you can order your brews to-go from 3 - 6 p.m. on Thursday - Saturday.
Plus, they've incorporated an online ordering system, which appears to be operational. Be sure to follow their social media accounts for any other updates.
For more information, visit 1055brewing.com.
Thunder Canyon Brewery is keeping the taproom closed for now, but you can grab your order to-go from noon - 6 p.m. on Monday - Thursday and noon - 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The brewery is closed on Sunday.
The brewery is also distributing their own hand sanitizer to help out those in need.
Keep up with Thunder Canyon Brewstillery on Facebook.
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