Scottsdale brewery fills calendar with February events

Two Brothers Tap House and Brewery (submitted photo)

Two Brothers Tap House and Brewery (submitted photo)

Craft beer lovers, aspiring brewmasters and furry four-legged friends are invited to partake in several upcoming events at Scottsdale’s Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery in February.

Beer School

  • 3 p.m., 4 p.m, 5 p.m, and 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12
  • Scottsdale Head Brewer Rob Rodriguez will conduct tours of the new 10-barrel brewing system and discuss the basics of brewing. Samples of each of the craft beers will be provided.
  • Each class is priced at $10 per person.
  • To make a reservation for beer school, simply call the brewery at 480-378-3001 or reserve a spot on and note “Beer School” in the Special Requests section.

Arizona Strong Beer Festival

  • Saturday, Feb. 13
  • Two Brothers Tap Huse & Brewery will be serving its 2011 Hop Centric Black Double Black IPA

Presidents Day

  • Monday, Feb. 15
  • In honor of George Washington’s birthday, patrons who dine at the brewery will receive their first 16-ounce beer for $1 with the purchase of an appetizer or entree

Paws on the Patio

  • 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20
  • Dine with your dog and Arizona Animal Welfare League. Guests will have the opportunity to adopt a new pet and learn more about the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in Arizona
  • Can’t make the event? Two Brothers’ patio welcomes dogs to its spacious patio year-round.

Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery is located at 4321 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. For more information and the full menu, please visit

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