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Saturday, December 10th at the Handlebar 7-10 PM (after a full day of Sups hiking) ...The Phoenix Blues Society will be producing the "Memphis Benefit" to aid this year's winner of the Arizona Blues Showdown, the Common Ground Blues Band, in their efforts to get to Memphis to compete in next year's International Blues Challenge.te-wa wrote:steering back on topic, it's time to hit the desert trails again. one stop along the way is the Handlebar Pub just minutes from the FIrst Water t/h. lemme tell you.. this place is well talked-about in the craft beer circles and has an outstanding tap selection. bottles of rare and tasty craft beer as well. It should be well worth the 6 minutes out of the way if your party is travelling home on the 60 from any of the trails out that way.
a craft beer pub in A.J. isnt what i'd expect; but considering the quality of this place, and it's proximity to the Supes, i'll certainly wanna check it out. Sounds a lot like a cross between Papago and Boulders.
also, the menu is better than average(looking-havent eaten yet) food like pork loin, grass fed beef burgers, free range chicken, etc.. quality for sure, to match the quality beer. well done!
http://www.yelp.com/biz/handlebar-pub-a ... e-junction
now, to make an excuse to head out to the Supes..
Update from the Feds as of Friday is that the license will be in place on the 23rd - June.chumley wrote:The brewing licenses are still in process, so the brewing will be several months away. But they do expect to have tasters of their beers available (not sure how that works with the licensing thing, but that's not my department).
My go-to place is Moose Henri's > http://www.moosehenris.com/index.php/beerte-wa wrote:anything in the white mnts??