Cue George Jones. It’s lastly Friday, and we now have three sips of booze-heavy information to catch you up on the week’s occasions from the Phoenix drink world. Get pleasure from.
“Dive Bike” Gross sales Go Towards Dive Bar Payments
There’s been a whole lot of chatter these days about saving the Palo Verde Lounge (1015 West Broadway Highway in Tempe). Depend the workers at Bike Saviours Bicycle Collective (420 South Perry Lane, #3, Tempe) as amongst those that are serving to that trigger. “We ‘constructed’ some dive bikes,” the collective introduced in a recent post. “And identical to our native dive bar, they ain’t fairly however they go and so they cease.” These dive bikes are promoting for $50 a pop, with all proceeds going to Chuck, or, ahem, Charles Marthaler, Palo’s proprietor. Potential consumers could make an appointment by way of BSBC’s website. And if you happen to don’t want a beater rig however do wish to assist Palo, right here’s the “S.O.B. — Save Our Bar Palo Verde” donation web page.
Usher in your disposable masks, gloves, and many others. Toss it within the field. Get a present card definitely worth the value of a pint.
4 Peaks Brewing Firm
Convey Your PPE to 4 Peaks for a Free Beer
Four Peaks Brewing Company is taking part in a neat recycling program for the remainder of February referred to as Pints for PPE. It is a part of a partnership between The Brewers Collective (aka the craft beer division of Anheuser-Busch), the mega-popular recycling firm TerraCycle, and 18 craft breweries throughout the nation, together with 4 Peaks’ eighth Avenue Pub (1340 East Eighth Avenue, #104, in Tempe). In brief, convey your used PPE (disposable masks, gloves, and many others.) to the pub, toss it within the TerraCycle field, and get a present card value $5.50 — the precise value of a pint on the bar.
Introducing Chef Joey wine.
The Maggiore Group
Two New Native Wine Labels
Yesterday was Drink Wine Day, and we hope this list was a useful information to this burg’s impartial wine scene. And now, guess what: two extra native, private-label wines have dropped. First, chef Joey Maggiore of The Maggiore Group (Tomaso’s, The Sicilian Butcher, Hash Kitchen) began his personal wine line. Purple, white, glowing, and dessert wines will probably be launched beneath the label Chef Joey, and the primary wine (a cabernet sauvignon) is obtainable solely to dine-in prospects at The Sicilian Butcher, for $50 a bottle. And Pita Jungle has additionally launched two varietals — a cabernet sauvignon and a chardonnay — beneath the identify Jungle Vino. Bottles are actually accessible in any respect Arizona Pita Jungle places for $18, or $5 a glass throughout blissful hour.
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