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Arizona Breweries are Open for Pick-up & Delivery

Arizona breweries are open for take-out, curb-side service and delivery. We need you now than ever to #keeparizonabrewing #keeparizonaserving #keeparizonaworking

…the best thing to do is to try to keep your routine as normal as possible while remaining safe. He says to check social media or call ahead to find out what menu items a location is able to serve to go or even by delivery. Breweries are also doing a great job of updating their social media accounts notifying people of new hours. The Beer Research Institute in Mesa even says that if you come in to grab food or beer to go, you can take home a gallon of water if your family needs it.

“Your restaurant should have a menu similar to what they had when you could go in,” Fullmer said. “If they have alcoholic beverages on the menu they are able to provide those to you in sealed containers to go.”

He even suggested getting carry-out food and having a Skype hangout with a friend that you’d normally grab lunch or dinner with.

“If you went out and got nachos and got your favorite beer somewhere, you can still do that you just have to pick it up, said Fullmer via a Skype interview. “And then maybe you can do a camera thing like this with your friends. We want people to continue to do those things in a safe and structured way.”

Many craft breweries still serving alcohol and food to go 

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The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild was established in 1998. It is recognized as a not-for-profit 501 (c)(6) organization. Members are comprised of registered Arizona breweries. Associate Memberships are granted to businesses and organizations that have some relationship to the brewing industry.

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