If there was ever a week where we needed to guzzle a bottle of wine, it just may be this one. Thankfully, plenty of Valley wineries, breweries and restaurants are offering their much-needed beverages for delivery, pick-up and to-go orders. Hungry? Click here to check out all the local restaurants offering take-out, delivery, discounts and more. And remember, purchasing gift cards to your fave joints allows you to support now and enjoy later.
Carlson Creek‘s three tasting rooms (in Scottsdale, Cottonwood and Willcox) are offering take out, curbside pick up and free shipping on orders of 2+ bottles on their website, carlsoncreek.com, with the code FREESHIP.
Arizona Stronghold is offering grab-n-go bottles for 20-percent off along with an online deal of 35-percent off all bottles of wine with promo code HOMEBODY.
Wren House Brewing is open for to-go, pickup orders and delivery options. Delivery fees vary depending on the order amount, but for orders over $100, delivery is free.
Arizona Wilderness is offering pick-up or delivery beer and merch in their online shop. A minimum $30 order is required for delivery to Phoenix and East Valley.
Goldwater Brewing Co. is now offering pick-up and delivery options for their 32 oz. Crowler cans and 16 oz. four-packs of their core beers like Megazord, Hop Chowda, Hazy Gates and more.
Grab a seasonal mix-n-match wine pack to-go from your local Postino. Enjoy a two-pack for $30 or a four-pack for $55. Visit upwardupdates.com to stay on top of all Upward Project’s to-go menus and deals.
PHX Beer Co. has beer to-go at both its restaurant and taproom and be brought out curbside. Grab a 32-oz. crowler for $10 or a 64-oz. growler for $20.
For a more spirited option, stop by Blue Clover Distillery for Bloody Mary kits, tonic, soda water and their house-made premium gin and vodka.
OHSO Brewery‘s Arcadia, Gilbert and North Scottsdale locations are all open 12 to 8 p.m. for beer order to-gos and curbside pickups (plus spirits at North Scottsdale).
Mixed cases, 12-packs, crowlers and growlers are all available to-go at Huss Brewing Uptown through their new back alley curbside pick-up. Plus, those located within three miles of the Phoenix taprooms can have beer (and food!) delivered to them by calling 602.441.4677.
Both the 8th Street Brewery and Scottsdale locations of Four Peaks are offering fresh beer to-go. Growlers remain available for taking the full draft lineup home. While they are unable to fill used growlers, Four Peaks will continue to offer new 64-oz. growlers filled with a year-round beer for just $13, or just $10 with any food order.
SanTan is offering beer and food delivery through its app.
Purchase crowlers and more from 12 West Brewing in Gilbert at toasttab.com/12westbrewing for pick up between 2:15 and 8 p.m. or simply call 480-404-9699 to place a pick-up order. There is also a section to donate to the bartenders and bar staff during this time of need.
Grab some packaged beer to-go at The Shop Beer Co. everyday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at their tap room in Tempe. Options include 16-oz. four packs, 32-oz. crowlers and 500-ml. bottles.
From 4 to 9 p.m., grab some beer to-go from Helio Basin by calling 602-354-3525.
State 48 Brewery has six-packs of their beer cans available for take-out purchases at all of its locations.
Merkin Vineyards and its sister concepts in Scottsdale, Jerome and Cottonwood are bringing farm-to-table eats from kitchen-to-curb. Until further notice, all restaurants will exclusively offer to-go orders including limited-release wine with curbside pick-up.
ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho is throwing in a second bottle of wine when you purchase one. The deal is available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily; place your order at 480.376.2600. Mountain Shadows is offering bottles of wine to-go starting at just $15 and orders can be placed at 480.624.5442 for pickup at Rusty’s between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily. Both properties have also launched special take-out and to-go menus of a variety of cuisine.