Tanque Verde Road location (Photo courtesy of FireTruck Brewing Company)

FireTruck Brewing to Close its Tanque Verde Road Location


March 25, 2024
By Matt Sterner

After five years in business, FireTruck Brewing Company’s east side taproom at 9155 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #177 will be permanently closing.

The last day to stop by for a brew is Saturday, March 30.

The original midtown location (4746 E. Grant Rd.) and the Oro Valley location (9630 N. Oracle Rd. #110) will remain open.

“It is with a sad heart that Saturday, March 30 will be our last day at our Tanque Verde location,” the FireTruck Brewing team announced on Facebook. “We have been blessed with wonderful customers for the last five years at FireTruck East.”

The team isn’t closing the taproom quietly, though. They’re hosting a going away/goodbye party on Friday, March 29 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

“Please come and join us to say goodbye this week especially on Friday for our party. Our Grant/Swan and Oro Valley locations will be continuing on with some new additions to Grant/Swan.”

Stay tuned for the changes coming to the midtown location. Meanwhile, pay a final visit to the Tanque Verde location before Sunday and give them a toast for five years on the east side.

FireTruck Brewing Company is located at 9155 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #177 (the last day is Saturday, March 30), 4746 E. Grant Rd., and 9630 N. Oracle Rd. #110. For more information on all of the menus and hours of operation, visit firetruckbrewing.com

FireTruck Brewing Company (Photo by Taylor Noel Photography)

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