It's always fun to cheers for another year and with a beer in hand — safe and socially distanced in public or in the comfort of your own home.
FireTruck Brewing Company and Dillinger Brewing Company are both celebrating their anniversaries on the same weekend, offering the perfect combo for local beer lovers.
FireTruck Brewing, which was formerly known as Sentinel Peak Brewing, has continued to expand its presence in Tucson by opening two other locations, and Dillinger Brewing is working on an expansion of their own — opening a taproom in the spot that previously housed The Coronet. The new location is still in the works, but they plan to open in the first half of 2021.
Meanwhile, help these two breweries celebrate their anniversaries by taking some beer to-go or hanging out in their taprooms.
The brewery is celebrating seven years with beer, Alaskan Snow Crab Legs, and Prime Angus Ribeye. They're currently selling timed-seating tickets to maintain proper social distancing.
Each ticket is $35 and includes the following:
Be sure to select the time slot of your choice because this sets your arrival and departure times. Also, choose your seat inside or outside on the patio. There's also an option to purchase to-go orders.
For more information, visit eventbrite.com.
Dillinger Brewing's anniversary is celebrating four years in Tucson, and they're focusing on to-go specials that feature new merchandise, glassware, and beer releases.
To-go specials include:
Can releases include:
Additionally, Dillinger's 2021 Mug Club memberships are going live. For $100 you can get 20-ounce pours in your very own mug, 33 percent off growler fills daily, member events, and a metal bottle opener. Sign-ups are from Friday, January 29 - Sunday, February 28.
For more information, visit Dillinger Brewing's Facebook event page.
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