Coloring Day (Photo courtesy of Pueblo Vida Brewing Company)

Let the Creative Juices Flow During Pueblo Vida Brewing’s Coloring Days

May 15, 2024
By Matt Sterner

Sipping beer and coloring outside the lines—because adulting should be fun, right?

Every last Wednesday of the month, Pueblo Vida Brewing Company hosts a Coloring Day, meaning they provide crayons, coloring sheets, and a relaxing environment.

(Photo Courtesy of Pueblo Vida Brewing Company)

This month, you’ll be able to take a moment for yourself, color, and enjoy a pint of beer from 3 – 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 28.

If you don’t think you have what it takes to color a masterpiece, or that you don’t have time, here’s some neat information about the benefits of coloring. It’s a healthy way to relieve stress and helps your body relax. Hey, it can even improve sleep and fatigue while decreasing body aches, heart rate, respiration, and feelings of depression and anxiety.

So, bust out those crayons!

Other Fun Events at Pueblo Vida Brewing

The downtown brewery has one of the nicest online events pages and they actually keep it updated, too.

From new beers to yoga sessions and fundraiser parties in the taproom, there seems to always be something happening at Pueblo Vida Brewing (when the taproom is open, that is). Learn more.

Learn more about Pueblo Vida’s 520 Day beer and celebration.

Official Beer of the University

Late last year in October, Pueblo Vida Brewing debuted its official University of Arizona brew — the Wildcat Cerveza.

We first announced the partnership in August 2023 and this Sonoran-style amber lager is their first collaboration. Wildcat is brewed in a traditional Mexican amber style which is more flavorful with a touch of sweetness balanced with a dry finish. It is smooth, crisp, and refreshing and if you really want to bear down, it pairs perfectly with a lime.

Wildcat Sonoran Style Cerveza (Photo courtesy of Pueblo Vida Brewing)

Linette Antillon and Kyle Jefferson, the owners/founders of Pueblo Vida Brewing, share a deep love and connection to Tucson and have made it their home since graduating from the University of Arizona in 2009

“Because this beer will reach so many people throughout southern Arizona we wanted to brew a style of craft beer that was traditional for our region,” said Linette.

Pueblo Vida Brewing Company is located at 115 E. Broadway Blvd. For more information, visit

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