1912 Brewing – Tucson Craft Brewery

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OKTOBEERFEST!

Let us drink and eat!

Celebrating with our 1912 Dunkelweizen Beer Release. Reflecting the best yeast and wheat character of a hefeweizen blended with the malty richness of a Munich Dunkel.

‘Drink To You In Riddles’ will be more traditional this time around with notes of banana, clove, and hints of caramel and chocolate.

Compete (safely) with your fellow 1912 beer friends for a STEIN HOLDING CONTEST at 5pm! Buy-in for only $1 and enjoy a Stein full of beer! The winner gets a $25 gift card! OOOH YEAH!

Daniela’s Cooking will be on-site from 4-8 pm with Brats with her famous house-made Pretzels and 1912 Beer Cheese!

Enjoy beer and food in-house, or take home to-go!

*Limited Seating Availability

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WE ARE EXTENDING OUR HOURS!

Starting this week 9/28, we are extending our taproom hours on Friday and Saturday to 9 PM!

WoooHoo!

Monday – Closed | Tuesday-Thursday 3-7pm | Friday 2-9 pm | Saturday 12-9pm | Sunday 12-6pm

See you there!

CHEERS! SALUD!

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TOMA WAY!

TOMA WAY! TAKE THAT, DUDE!
Our newest… and the leanest Gose we’ve made to date. 💪 Notes of stone, citrus, and tropical fruits that mingle with hints of red apple. Flaked sea salt, coriander, and citrus tartness round out this crushable beer.🍻

6/10/16/20oz available on draft, 16/32oz Crowlers and 32/64oz Growlers to-go!

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SHAKA EH BRAH RELEASE

Join us for the DRAFT Release of our Hawaiian Inspired Gose SHAKA EH BRAH!

Shaka Brah is our Hawaiian inspired gose with notes of tropical fruit including citrus, pineapple, passion fruit and mango. Shaka Brah has a pleasant citrus tartness and finishes with a balanced salty characteristic from the La Jolla sea salt.

Available Draft ONLY

6/10/16/20oz draft in-house, 16oz/32oz Crowlers, and 32/64oz Growlers to-go!

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NEW DINE-IN HOURS:


Check out our NEW DINE-IN hours! We are too excited to see you… We are also still offering pick-up/curbside! 

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Our Doors are Open!

Join us in celebration 🎉 AND for the release of the 1912 FRAMBUESA LOCA GOSE (crazy raspberry🤪) our new twist on our Mexican Candy Inspired beer!

A little extra HEAT 🔥 and tartness 🥴 with a ton of Raspberries, Tamarindo, and a blend of Chiltepin and Habanero chilies! 
8.5% ABV 19 IBU

Now available in 6/10/16/20oz draft and 16/32oz Crowlers, and 32/64oz Growler fills to-go!

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We are getting Dine-In ready!

We are happy and grateful to see you!! Join us this Friday September 4th, 2020 from 2-8pm and enjoy some beer and food!

Please help keep us and other establishments open.

Do not enter if you are sick, or have similar symptoms.

The governor is requiring that masks be worn when you are not seated. Bar seating is closed until further notice. Our occupancy will be limited to 50% (we are working on outdoor seating). Social distancing guidelines (6ft separation) should be observed. 

Please no more than 10 people to a table. Please do not move the tables or add chairs unless approved by your beertender.

If you have a medical condition that prohibits you from wearing a mask, please inform your beertender, remain seated and socially distanced as much as possible. 

In order to be open for dine in service, we must serve food. Please enjoy our locally made tamales, chips, and salsa.

Our beertenders will be wearing masks while they work to keep your suds and bites flowing. They will also be cleaning the brewery every two hours including the bathrooms. Tables and chairs must be cleaned before you can be seated.

Congregating is prohibited by the ADHS and governors executive order so we ask that you are seated when eating and drinking, not standing around a table etc.

We will continue to offer pickup and curbside.  You can order via our online store (www.1912brewing.com/order-online) to avoid any lines or waiting. We have a reduced staff so we ask that you be patient with us. Please respect both our guests and employees while enjoying yourself.

Salud! Cheers!