Write On Rubee

An Arizona-based food and beverage writer since 2008,  I launched this website in 2015 to document my culinary adventures, beverage escapades, gardening endeavors, and travel in the Phoenix area and beyond.  Find a comprehensive calendar of Phoenix-area food and drink-related events on my Events page.

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Brewers Bowl

On Saturday, February 4 from 5 to 10 p.m., the third annual Brewers Bowl craft beer festival will be held in the heart of downtown Scottsdale. Featuring all local breweries,  guests will enjoy beer tastings from at least 20 breweries, plus live music and food trucks. The Brewers Bowl benefits the Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank, a food cooperative dedicated to providing emergency provisions to the community’s hungry.

The growing list of participating breweries includes: 12 West Brewing Co., The Beer Research Institute, Borderlands Brewing Co., Craft 64, Dark Sky Brewing Company, Freak’N Brewing Company, The Grand Canyon Brewing Company, Helio Basin Brewing Co., Helton Brewing Co., Mother Bunch Brewing, Mother Road Brewing Co., North Mountain Brewing Company, OHSO, Pedal Haus Brewery, The Phoenix Ale Brewery, Peoria Artisan Brewery, The Perch Brewery, Saddle Mountain Brewing Company, and Two Brothers Artisan Brewing. For hungry beer lovers, Electric Sliders, Frites Street, and Modern Tortilla will be serving up delicious street eats. 

The Brewers Bowl will be held in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale near 4216 N. Brown Ave., Scottsdale, Ariz. 85251. The festival is set-up on Brown Avenue between 3rd and 4th Avenues, which is closed to vehicle traffic.  

Advance purchase general admission is $35 dollars and includes 20 beer-tasting tickets. General admission tickets will increase to $40 at the gate. VIP admission is $55, and includes 25 tickets, plus one-hour early entry into the event at 4 p.m. A portion of event proceeds will benefit the Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank. For details and to purchase tickets, visit www.brewersbowl.com.

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