Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 1pm to 5pm, at Arizona Center


Phoenix New Times is proud to announce the 3rd annual NovemBEER Festival will be held on November 12 at Arizona Center in Downtown Phoenix. The event will be held from 1-5pm, with VIP hour beginning at 12pm.

Attendees are invited to celebrate their love for craft beer by enjoying over 120 beer options. The festival will feature craft brews from nearly 50 breweries including 10 Barrel Brewing Company, Barrio Brewing Company, Blue Point Brewing Company, Breckenridge Brewery, Duvel, Elysian Brewing, Four Peaks Brewing Company, Goose Island Beer Company, Golden Road Brewing, Kona Brewing Company, Lumberyard Brewing Company, Mudshark Brewery, Odell Brewing Company, Prescott Brewing Company, Rubicon Brewing Company, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Stella Artois, Victory Brewing Company, and Widmer Brothers Brewing, with many more to be announced.

Attendees will also be able to purchase food from popular food trucks at the festival, including Big Muzzy, Burgers Amore, Cheese Love & Happiness, Emerson Fry Bread, and Queso Good.

Presale tickets for NovemBEER will be available at 10am on Wednesday, September 7. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, September 12 at 10am. Tickets can be purchased at

General admission tickets will be available starting at $25 and include entry into the festival at 1pm, 30 samples (2oz pours), a commemorative tasting mug, entertainment, and access to the vendor village and food vendors. A limited number of VIP admission tickets will be available starting at $45 and include all general admission benefits plus an hour early entry into the event at 12pm with first access to limited beers, a VIP gift bag, private lounge access, and an additional 10 samples (2oz pours).

Sponsors of this year’s event include Hensley Beverage Company, Mother Bunch Brewing, EOS Fitness, Bud’s Glass Joint, EOS Fitness, with more to come.

A portion of this year’s NovemBEER proceeds benefit Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI). Downtown Phoenix Inc. was established to attract more businesses, residents and visitors to Downtown Phoenix. DPI and its affiliate organizations are committed to making Phoenix a vibrant urban destination and one of the nation’s great cities.

About Phoenix New Times:

Since its founding in 1970, New Times has kept the Valley of the Sun’s feet to the fire. The paper began as an aggressive, irascible alternative to the stuffy mainstream media, which attacked “hippies” just as it now belittles millennials. And thanks to its early commitment to digital journalism, New Times draws more than 1 million monthly active users to its website, They’re joined by more than 200,000 weekly print readers who consider the paper an unparalleled source of information and insight, from politics and business to music and the arts. Along with its hard-hitting journalism, New Times produces some of Phoenix’s most popular live events. Its annual Best of Phoenix A’fare, tied to its popular annual “Best of Phoenix” issue, features cuisine from dozens of restaurants from all over the

Valley, along with wine, cocktails, beer and entertainment. And at its annual NovemBEER Festival, nearly fifty local breweries serve up more than 100 beer options.

The total package makes New Times a must-read for anyone interested in taking the temperature of the nation’s fifth-largest city.