Walk the Phoenix Urban Ale Trail for A Fun & “Hoppy” Time Sept. 23

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Get your taste buds and hiking boots ready, the Urban Ale Trail is back!

Downtown’s favorite walkable beer tasting tour returns Saturday, Sept. 23 from 1-6 p.m. inviting you to drink your way through the best brews Downtown Phoenix has to offer.

Grab your gear (water, sunscreen, shades, smart phone) and your drinking buddies and get ready to explore #DTPHX!

New spots, old favorites and everything in between — each stop just a quick walk, bike or light rail ride away, so you can easily and safely navigate between tastings.

Participation is free and the tour is self-guided, with all locations offering three 4-ounce samples of beer for $1 or $2 each, paired with a delicious and complimentary bar snack (while supplies last).

Before you begin your trek, you’ll want to stop by District American Kitchen and Wine Bar, where the first 300 people will be handed a free commemorative growler.

No registration is necessary — you can start when you want, where you want. Print maps will be available at all participating locations. 

Participating locations:

District American Kitchen & Wine Bar

Province Urban Kitchen & Bar

Floor 13 Rooftop at Hilton Garden Inn

Cornish Pasty

Steve’s Greenhouse Grill

The Rose & Crown Pub

The Kettle Black Kitchen & Pub

Kaleidoscope Juice

The Strand Urban Italian

The Arrogant Butcher

Chico Malo

Lucky Strike/Gypsy Bar

The Whining Pig

Fired Pie

The Park Street Food Bar

Hard Rock Cafe

Willie’s Taco Joint

Coach’s Corner Grill

The Duce

Sosoba Phoenix

Match Restaurant & Cocktails at Found: RE Hotel

Desoto Central Market

Short Leash Hot Dogs

Carly’s Bistro

The Dressing Room

Jabot Coffee & Diner

Cheba Hut Phoenix

Mother Bunch Brewing

Chambers

Phoenix Public Market Cafe

More information, visit dtphx.org/aletrail.

About DTPHX/Downtown Phoenix:

WE’RE WORKING TIRELESSLY TO BUILD A BETTER DOWNTOWN.

The sensory experience on the ground floor of any urban environment helps define the culture of a city, what people think about it, what they remember and what they love. That’s why improving the sidewalk experience is just one of many initiatives Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) has created to cultivate a better downtown.

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