Beer stock photography is terrible. We’re trying to make it better. Do you like the photo above? Good. It’s yours. It’s part of a totally free database of beer-focused stock photos we had a hand in creating, so use it as you see fit. As part of a larger initiative to “elevate” the beer industry, ... Read More
Four Peaks Brewing Company is an American brewery from Tempe, Arizona.
Our brewers take great pride in brewing beers that are true to style. Of course, we love the innovation involved in developing something completely new but it is brewing beer to style that we find the most challenging. Making the perfect Pale Ale, IPA, or Scottish Ale is what drives us to be the best.
You could say we’re obsessed with quality. From annual trips to the Yakima river valley where we hand-select hops, to our own rigorous standards for the best malted barley, we search tirelessly for the highest quality ingredients. We’ve invested in the best equipment, the best processes, and the best people to create what we think is the finest beer possible.
We even go so far as to strip our municipal water supply to its most basic state and add back salts and minerals to create the perfect water for brewing each style of beer. Our proprietary yeast strain is just another step we take to make unique, flavorful ales and lagers.
This year’s Four Peaks 4 Teachers program is coming to a close. Within the next week, we’ll distribute 4,500 kits full of school supplies to teachers in need at six locations across Arizona. Teachers who want to pick up one of these kits should currently be in possession of a voucher with information about the ... Read More
Years ago, Four Peaks co-founder Jim Scussel was sipping on a Kilt Lifter at the brewery (as he is wont to do) when he overheard something that thoroughly upset him. A group of teachers, gathered for beers after a particularly tough day of class, was discussing the lack of supplies—even essentials like pencils and paper—provided ... Read More
If you’ve visited Four Peaks 8th Street in the summer, you know that the pub has a tendency to get a little, shall we say, toasty. Though the historic building we call home was originally built as an ice factory, 1890s engineering still leaves something to be desired when it comes to temperature control. That’s ... Read More
If you visit our 8th Street pub in the next few days and hear the sounds of jackhammers and construction workers coming through the walls, don’t be alarmed. While our 100-year-old building is definitely haunted—remind us to tell you about it one day—these particular noises aren’t paranormal. We’re under construction. Today we began the overhaul ... Read More
The folks you invited to your backyard barbecue deserve better than meat cooked on an old, busted-up grill or smoker. Let us help with that. This summer, we’re giving a few lucky Four Peaks fans a serious upgrade to their grill-out game with shiny new smokers from Green Mountain Grills. We’re calling it the Grills ... Read More
They call it the “Olympics of Beer”—and Golden Lager made it to the podium. On May 3 during a ceremony at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn., the Brewers Association announced the winners of the World Beer Cup, its prestigious biennial (that’s every two years) beer competition that regularly draws thousands of brewers eager ... Read More
Ever wonder why February is shorter than all the other months? It’s because Arizona Beer Week is so awesome that the higher-ups had to take some days out of February to avoid all the other months getting jealous. True story. From February 8-18 (which is longer than a week, but we won’t tell if you won’t), ... Read More
The Veterans Reflection Garden in Mesa is exactly what it sounds like: a safe, social space for veterans to reflect and, if need be, heal. Sounds like a beneficial place, right? Just one problem: It doesn’t exist yet. We want your help to change that. A project of the Mesa Leadership Program Class of 2018, ... Read More
Hey there, Rocky Mountains. We’re Four Peaks. Nice to meet you. We have some good news: Denizens of the Centennial State will be able to drink Kilt Lifter, Hop Knot and more starting this week. Our expansion into Colorado will begin with launches in Denver, Littleton, Loveland and Fort Collins. Kegs and bottles of Kilt ... Read More
It’s no secret that John Holmberg, host of Holmberg’s Morning Sickness on 98 KUPD, loves dogs (he has eight of his own) and craft beer. So we though we’d help him combine those two passions. The result: Holmberg Bound, a red IPA brewed to benefit the Arizona Humane Society. In early November, Holmberg sat with ... Read More
You already know this, but it bears repeating anyway: Four Peaks has a really solid food menu in addition to its award-winning beer lineup. Whether sticking to our core set of everyday menu items or trying out the daily lunch and dinner specials, visitors to our pubs know they’re going to get the best of ... Read More
The Four Peaks 4 Teachers Fundraising Campaign has wrapped up for 2017 and we would like to thank everyone who contributed: Cash Sponsors/Partners: Hensley Beverage Shamrock Foods Treasures For Teachers (Tempe & Tucson) Smashburger Peoria Sports Complex Donation Sponsorships: Smurfit Kappa Alphagraphics Veritiv Express State Bicycle Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Legacy Golf Club Location Sponsors Monsoon’s ... Read More
Our 7th Annual Four Peaks For Teachers Fundraising Campaign has begun and we wanted to do something a little different to help raise both awareness and a little cash for Four Peaks For Teachers. What you see before you is the very first Four Peaks Beer…LUNCH! A “Not Ready For Primetime” Pairing, if you will! We tossed ... Read More
Join us at our Tasting Room on Wilson for The Four Peaks Brewing Company 20th Anniversary Party in Tempe on Saturday, April 15th! Tickets are $20 per person and will be showcasing the musical stylings of this band called Blues Traveler (www.bluestraveler.com)…perhaps you’ve heard of them? Mr. Blotto (www.mrblotto.net) and Ryan Bexley (ryanbexleymusic.com) will also be on the bill plus ... Read More
You came, you saw, you showed us that you could Tailgate! First of all, thanks to all of the teams and individuals who attended and participated in the Tailgater of the Game Contest. It was great, you were great, and we look forward to doing it all again next year! And, with any luck, the ... Read More
We have just opened the long awaited retail/studio space on the east side of the existing Four Peaks 8th Street location and, pardon our bias, it looks great! The addition of just this relatively small space changes everything in the best way possible! It enhances both the look of the 1890’s era building and the flow ... Read More
What it takes to take the OG Nope, we’re not talking about Snoop or Montell Jordan here! We’re talking about Original Gravity and its impact on the beer in your hand. In his book, Tasting Beer: An Insider’s Guide to the World’s Greatest Drink, Randy Mosher describes gravity as “the density of wort or unfermented beer ... Read More
by Marie Miller-Rodriguez A number of years ago, I worked for a brewery that launched a campaign touting they were not “Canned and Corny”. After many hours of training, I believed this mantra. It wasn’t until recently (maybe the last four years or so) that I have begun to choose – nay SEEK OUT – canned ... Read More
I’ve always insisted that bottling beer is a major feat of technology and engineering. That is, if it’s 1908. Actually, bottling is a fine way to get beer into the hands of those who want to drink it. And, despite my joke, it has advanced technologically over the last century. It just has so many ... Read More