Pedal Haus Brewery Introduces Expanded Vegan and Gluten-Free Menu

Madison RutherfordAugust 27, 2019
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The menu at Mill Avenue mainstay Pedal Haus Brewery just got a major facelift.

The lively brewpub recently unveiled its vegan and gluten-free options, which are displayed prominently on the back of its robust menu. Pedal Haus’ owner Julian Wright wanted to make an isolated section for those with dietary restrictions, who he says usually have to scour the menu or ask the server for suggestions.

Now, plant-based patrons can choose from 22 meat-free meals like cauliflower “steak” and “wings,” vegetable-centric pizzas and vegan burgers, and scrumptious sides such as lightly fried Brussels sprouts and roasted asparagus with olive oil and sea salt.

Gluten-free guests have an equally vast choice. The new menu boasts 26 delicious items sans gluten, including an array of appetizers, salads and burgers, and heartier meals such as pork chops and ribs.

Pair your meal with one of Pedal Haus’ award-winning craft brews. We recommend the dangerously smooth Day Drinker Light Lager or the citrusy White Rabbit Hazy IPA.

730 S. Mill Ave., Ste. 102, Tempe, 480-314-2337, pedalhausbrewery.com

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