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The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild is proud to feature a small selection of AZ’s best beers. We’re also wonderful third-places and houses of hospitality!
Please contact the Arizona Craft Brewers Guild to learn more about our breweries, events, and educational programs.
About The Guild
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 and sponsorships are granted to businesses and organizations that have some relationship to the brewing industry.
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild is the authoritative, trustworthy, organizer-activist that unites the Arizona independent beer-brewing community to educate and encourage people everywhere to recognize and insist on the uncompromising quality and exceptional variety of our locally crafted beers.
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild encourages responsible consumption of brewery products.
“Work in partnership with independent brewers to promote the virtues and raise the profile of Arizona’s locally crafted beers.”
Speaks to the importance of banding together in unity of
purpose to achieve objectives we cannot accomplish individually.
The rich tapestry of beer styles and brewing methods represent
the appeal of Arizona’s independent craft beverages.
To accomplish our goals, we need to educate the market and
rally consumers, distributers and brewers to our cause.
Honesty and reliability in our relationships are just as important
as the pride and care we take in crafting our beers.
We believe there can be no substitute for the real, unique,
genuine quality of independent brews crafted in Arizona.
Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Policy
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild has a zero-tolerance policy against sexual harassment, assault, and discrimination. Our policy is here.
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild is a WeVow Charter Member and has made a public promise to build a culture of safety and trust by taking a stance against sexual misconduct. As a WeVow Member, the Guild makes available to all team members, volunteers, and board members sexual harassment resources, incident reporting platform, and free counseling services.
We are encouraging our breweries and the businesses that we work with communicate their policies and resources and assisting them in putting reporting and accountability systems in place.
If you want further information, you can email the Board of Directors firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also contact individual board members below.
Meet Our Team
Board of Directors & Professional Staff
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Code of Conduct
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience in its festivals, meetings, and gatherings for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. All communication should be appropriate and inclusive for all audiences including people of diverse backgrounds, sexual orientations, and cultures. Sexual language or imagery is not appropriate.
Be kind. Do not insult or defame participants. Harassment in any form, sexist, racist or exclusionary jokes are not condoned.
All participants to Guild events are expected to conduct themselves with integrity, courtesy, and respect for others. This applies to all attendees, exhibitors, speakers, sponsors, vendors, volunteers, and staff.
Participants violating these rules may be asked to leave at the sole discretion of The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild. Thanks for helping to make this a welcoming environment for all.
EDUCATION FOR BREWERS, DISTRIBUTORS AND CONSUMERS
The principal objective of the Guild is to promote the craft brewing industry in Arizona by providing educational opportunities for brewers, distributors, and consumers. Member breweries are encouraged to attend national craft brewing conferences.
The Guild acts as an open forum for communication between members. The Guild members participate in local and national beer festivals to make the public aware of the various types and styles of beer produced in Arizona. The Guild informs members of legal and legislative issues that are relevant to the craft brewing industry.
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