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Annual Urban Ale Trail Was Extended To A Full Week This Year, And It Ends This Saturday

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Annual Urban Ale Trail Was Extended To A Full Week This Year, And It Ends This Saturday

Spend this weekend exploring the best bars and restaurants in your own backyard!

Like food? How about beer? Then this is definitely something you should add to the top of your to-do list this weekend. This foodie crawl makes its way to Phoenix every year. With all of the extra precautions we now have to consider with the pandemic, this year’s event was extended to a full week in order to give everyone some extra time, and therefore space, to explore Phoenix’s best neighborhood brews and bites.

Haven’t gotten a chance to indulge yet? You still have time! Urban Ale Trail runs through this Saturday night. Participating in this year’s Trail are 19 local businesses, each offering a food and drink special or pairing for dine-in or takeout. You can look forward to tasty pairings like pretzels and fondue with a pint of Dropout Huss Brewing Chuckstar at Arrogant Butcher, or even a 22-ounce Singha Lager sake bomber with a choice of vegetarian or pork egg rolls at Jobot Coffee & Bar. And of course, there will be plenty of local beer samplers, flights and build-your-own packs to go around. If you like a bit of extra excitement, you can even try your hand at axe throwing at Urban Axes, who is offering throws with a Papago Orange Blossom Wheat Ale.

More of the spontaneous type? Not to worry, this is for you, too. No registration is necessary to attend this event and the Trail can be done in any order that strikes your fancy. 

And your support for local Phoenix businesses won’t go unappreciated. Those who spend just $25 or more at participating locales can submit receipts to receive a free pint glass in the mail! Who doesn’t love a good souvenir?

Catch the end of Urban Ale Trail Week this weekend!

For more information about hours and locations, click here.

[Featured image: Tatiana Rodriguez via Unsplash]