Scottsdale’s Blue Clover Distillery Now Offers New Mobile Bar

Emily SchmidtMarch 11, 2021
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The Valley is home to many breweries and restaurants with craft alcoholic beverages, but Old Town Scottsdale features the always crowded Blue Clover Distillery (7042 E. Indian School Rd). As the area’s first ever microdistillery, Blue Clover is famous for its small-batch, hand-distilled vodka and gin. With an indoor-outdoor bar and huge dining patio, it’s perfect for laidback dinners and weekend brunches. Because of its growing popularity, Blue Clover has decided to take its drinks on the road with new mobile bar rentals for events of all kinds.

For larger events like weddings and graduations, they have converted a horse trailer into a fully functional cocktail bar with a classic Wild West theme. Smaller events like barbecues and bridal showers are perfect for the mobile mini bar.

Both options can add on a customized cocktail menu that hosts can curate at Blue Clover with the help of a mixologist. These drinks include the microdistillery’s handcrafted vodka and gin, house-made syrups, and other fresh ingredients. The seven available spirit infusions can give your signature cocktails even more of a special touch. Blue Clover can also customize its vodka and gin bottle labels to match event details like dates, quotes and photos, which make for perfect party favors.

In addition, each mobile bar is fully equipped with drink supplies like cocktail mixers and disposable glassware as well as a fully licensed bartender. The Blue Clover team will take care of everything from setting up to taking down the bar, so hosts can focus on enjoying the charm the mobile bar adds to their event’s experience.

If you’re interested in booking either of the mobile bar packages, you can email Blue Clover Distillery at for a quote based on your event.


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