Check Out the List of Brewers Turning Up for the First Ever Baja Beer Festival

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So much local beer that you'd better brace yourself. - YOOHYUN JUNG
  • Yoohyun Jung
  • So much local beer that you'd better brace yourself.

Local craft beer is a pretty great thing, but 200 craft beers is really something else and you’ll find just that at the first Baja Beer Festival. The completely locally organized event will feature more than 50 breweries, showing off their creative brews alongside food vendors and live music. 

Here's the local beer makers that are participating in the inaugural event:

Tucson
Borderlands Brewing Company
1912 Brewing Company
Sentinel Peak Brewing Company
public brewhouse
Dragoon Brewing Co.
Thunder Canyon Brewery
Barrio Brewing Company
Catalina Brewing Company
Pueblo Vida Brewing Company
1055 Brewing
Nimbus Brewing
The Address Brewing

Phoenix
Scottsdale Beer Company
O.H.S.O. Brewery
Phoenix Ale Brewery
Wren House Brewing Company
Desert Eagle Brewing Company
The Perch Brewery
Sun Up Brewing Co
Huss Brewing
Fate Brewing Company
Four Peaks Brewing Co
Mother Bunch Brewing
Uncle Bear's Brewery
SanTan Brewing Co.
Arizona Wilderness
Peoria Artisan Brewery
Freak'N Brewing Company

Flagstaff
Lumberyard Brewing Co.
Mother Road Brewing Company
Historic Brewing
Grand Canyon Brewing Company

Around Arizona
Pinetop Brewing Company (Pinetop)
THAT Brewery (Pine)
Beast Brewing Company (Bisbee)

This beer fest is about more than just drinking beer, though, as collaborative teams of Tucson firefighters and brewers will present their creations to a panel of judges to see who can come up with the best beer. All proceeds from the event will also go to Northwest Firefighters Charities and the Arizona Craft Brewers Guild.

All of that Baja Beer Fest fun will take place on Saturday, April 23 at Rillito Race Track Park (4502 N. First Ave.) from 4 until 9 p.m. Tickets ($40 for general admission) and more information can be found on the Baja Beer Fest website.

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