Pedal Haus Archives

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The Four Peaks Oktoberfest celebration at Tempe Town Lake has been going strong for nearly 50 years. However, due to a number of factors, the event won’t be taking place this year. There are still plenty of opportunities to don your dirndl or lederhosen and sip some local brew this season. Here are four beer-centric events happening this fall. Prost! Wickenburg Oktoberfest The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild presents historic downtown Wickenburg’s inaugural Oktoberfest event on...

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City cores were hit hard by a year of people working from home – less foot traffic meant less patronage of local businesses. To encourage a rebound, cities across the Valley are hosting recurring events to lure shoppers and diners downtown. Park After Dark, Downtown Tempe Authority’s series, has live entertainment, a beer and wine garden by Pedal Haus Brewery and takeout from local eateries to enjoy in Sixth Street Park. It runs Saturdays from...

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Jared Porter has worked in many kitchens across the Valley, including Vincent’s on Camelback, Olive and Ivy, Buck & Rider and in his own restaurant, Clever Koi, which now has two locations. Over the summer, Porter joined Fork & Dagger Hospitality as Director of Culinary Operations and will help founder and CEO Julian Wright open some new concepts in early 2021. Q: What will be your role with Fork & Dagger Hospitality? I help to...

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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...

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