Tucson Craft Beer Crawl (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)

This Year’s Tucson Craft Beer Crawl Introduces “Beer Trails”


February 19, 2024
By Matt Sterner

Tucson Craft Beer Crawl (TCBC) is right around the corner! From 1 – 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 24, the Craft Beer Crawl takes you on a sudsy journey to various taprooms and destinations in downtown Tucson, including some new spots that recently opened.

This year, there are two “beer trails” you can follow and you’ll score a cute button when you complete a trail — there’s the IPA Trail full of IPAs, of course, and then the “Sour Trail” that features mead, cider, seltzers, and local sours (of course).

All you need to do to complete each beer trail is get one of the following beers at each location. We have a map to this year’s Craft Beer Crawl so check it out ahead of time, plan your route, and keep scrolling to see the beers, ciders, etc.

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Tucson Craft Beer Crawl (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)
Borderlands Brewing Company (see map)
  • Borderlands Brewing’s Tangerine Toole Ave Hazy IPA
  • Buqui Bichi Brewing’s Bitachera Hazy IPA
  • Buqui Bichi Brewing’s Sahuaripa American IPA
  • Mother Road Brewing’s Tower Station Roadside Grove IPA
  • Mother Road Brewing’s Turbo Tower Station Mango IPA
  • Button Brew House’s HazySexyCool Hazy IPA
Corbett Brewing Company (see map)
  • Crooked Tooth Brewing’s TBA IPA
  • La Cumbre Brewing’s Elevated IPA
  • La Cumbre Brewing’s Mosaic IPA
HighWire (see map)
  • Dragoon Brewing’s Florcita Juicy IPA
  • Ranch Hand Brewing’s Microburst Hazy IPA
  • Screwbean Brewing’s Shade Hazy IPA
  • BlackRock Brewers’ #Dangeruice Hazy Rye IPA
Playground (see map)
  • Wren House Brewing’s Spellbinder IPA
  • Lagunitas Brewing’s Beast of Both Worlds
  • Lagunitas Brewing’s Hoppy Refresher IPA Style Non-Alcoholic
R Bar (see map)
  • Huss Brewing’s Dry Hop West Coast IPA
The Monica (see map)
  • Barrio Brewing’s Imperial Hazy IPA
  • Iron Johns Brewing’s West Coast IPA
TraXide (see map)
  • Pueblo Vida Brewing’s Cereus Hazy IPA
  • Corbett Brewing’s Haboob Hazy IPA

Corbett Brewing Company (see map)
  • Crooked Tooth Brewing’s Pineapple Chili Gose
  • AZ Wilderness Brewing’s Vernal Ides Sour
  • AZ Wilderness Brewing’s Violet Petals Malbec Sour
Corbett Brewing Company (see map)
  • Corbett Brewing’s Strawberry Circuit Sour
  • Corbett Brewing’s Corbett’s House Seltzer
  • Brillé Mead Company’s Mead
Borderlands Brewing Company (see map)
  • Button Brew House’s Simple the Zest Grapefruit Sour
HighWire (see map)
  • Screwbean Brewing’s Blood Orange Sour
Playground (see map)
  • Wren House Brewing’s Lady Banks Sour
Thunder Canyon Brewery (see map)
  • Thunder Canyon’s Rum Punch
  • BJ’s Brewhouse’s Prickly Pear Hard Lemonade
TraXide (see map)
  • Harbottle Brewing’s  Amurkin Gerkin Dill Pickle Sour
  • Harbottle Brewing’s Cherry Kool-Aid Amurkin Gerkin Sour
  • Bawker Bawker’s Lemon Prickly Pear Cider
  • Bawker Bawker’s Seasonal Cider Slushie
R Bar (see map)
  • Ray-Ray’s Ray-Ray’s Sonoran Hard Tea Spirit

Tickets are $50 per person and include 30 drink tickets and a commemorative glass. However, if you’re a Tucson Foodie Insider you’ll get the tickets for half the price — $25 per person — and a $10 food voucher. If you’re not an Insider, here’s more information about the monthly subscription.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit tucsoncraftbeercrawl.com.

Tucson Craft Beer Crawl (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)

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