Beer, Wine & Spirits in Scottsdale

Spring-Cleaning Wine Tasting for One or Two at The Wine Institute at Wine Warehouse on March 14 (Up to 30%Off)

The Wine Institute at Wine Warehouse

The Wine Institute at Wine Warehouse

From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., visitors pair wine samples with small bites while perusing wines available for up to half their original prices

$10 $8

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$11 for $20 Worth Wine, Gifts, and Events at Vintner's Circle

Vintner's Circle

Vintner’s Circle Scottsdale Urban Winery

Wines made in Scottsdale from grapes all over the world, plus wine-appreciation classes, wine-making supplies, and other accessories

$20 $11

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Two General Admission or VIP Tickets to the Brewers Bowl Beer Festival on January 31, 2015 (Up to 47% Off)

The Brewers Bowl

Old Town Scottsdale

Local craft breweries compete for a trophy and festival goers have a chance to sample their beers while enjoying food trucks and live music

$54.74 $29

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$13 for Admission to Larry Fitzgerald Celebrity Softball Game at Salt River Fields ($20 Value)

Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields

Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald hosts a celebrity charity softball game and home run derby

$20 $13

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Wine Flights with Meat and Cheese Platter for Two or Four at Wine Warehouse (Up to 55% Off)

Wine Warehouse


Enjoy a flight of wine & platter of artisanal meats and cheeses in space that at times resembles a warehouse, retail shop, and social club

$40 $18

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Casual American Food, Wine, Craft Beer, and Whiskey at Twisted Rose Winery & Eatery (38% Off)

Twisted Rose Winery & Eatery

Twisted Rose Winery

Crafted on-site, wine plays a starring role, either on its own or in dishes, and the menu also features craft beer and whiskey

$45 $29

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Select Local Merchants

  • Papago Brewing Co.
    Papago Brewing Co. Papago Brewing Co.’s Orange Blossom Ale is a symphony of subtle flavors. Bright citrus powers the opening movement, which gives way to a surprisingly creamy mouthfeel laced with hints of vanilla. It’s no wonder that the light wheat ale is the brewery’s most popular, but the others are hardly slouches. Elsie’s Irish Coffee Milk Stout packs the delicate punch of a dark roast, and the Oude Zuipers—Flemish for “Old Drunk”—lives up to its name with a hefty 11% ABV. Such offbeat styles could only be crafted by people who love beer, and Papago’s founders certainly fit that description. They started the brewery as a modest bottle shop and brewing supply store, but their passion for the “craft” in craft beer led them to open a full-scale restaurant with more than 30 beers on draft. Among these are representatives from all over the world, including Germany, England, and Belgium. The focus, however, is definitely on American craft beer, and the brewery features six of its own varieties for drinking year-round. Pair a Coconut Joe coffee stout or a Hopago IPA with one of the restaurant’s signature hand-pressed pizzas, but don’t be surprised if you get more beer than you thought you ordered. Each pizza features a draft beer baked right into the crust, though the pint glasses are still large enough for dipping.
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    7107 E McDowell Rd
    Scottsdale, AZ US