Four Peaks Brewing Company
1340 E 8th St Ste 104, Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 303-9964
TollFree: (844) 439-4722
Four Peaks Restaurant
Four Peaks Brewery Company Inc.
Bike Parking: Yes
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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01/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Tempe's best bar. Even being a Vikings bar on sundays, it still gets 5 stars. The beers are all fantastic, from peach ale to the oak-aged hop knot. Fish and chips are top notch, also love the southwest eggrolls. Great character in the building, nice patio, big bar.
I love this place and crave their food often. Everything I have every eaten there is excellent, and trust me I have tried a lot. I like their Peach Brew too. I know it sounds fruity, but it has a really smooth flavor and doesn't leave an after taste. The atmosphere is awesome too. You have to try it!
01/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Four Peaks popularity is based on their beer, which is world class. The Hefeweisen is among the best I have ever tasted, and the oatmeal stout is unbeatable, smooth and slightly chocolatey. Ther is nothing better on a warm summer evening than kicking back with a cool hefe. Don't miss out the food, though. The beer bread sandwiches are excellent, and big enough for 2 meals. I have never had a bad meal at the Peaks. For a treat, go there in the morning some time and check out their brunch menu, with breakfast enchiladas (surprisingly delicious) and beer bread breakfast sandwiches, with eggs, bacon and potatoes. Service is usually very good. Parking can be a bit of a challenge on busy nights, but Four Peaks is well worth it!
10/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This our favorite place to eat, bar none. Most often we share a pitcher of ""Hefe"" and order a Chicken beer bread or the Arizona Chicken Rolls. If ordering the former, ask for a side of the sweet jalepeno sauce for dipping your fries. The delicious sauce comes standard with the chicken rolls. Other outstanding dishes include the mediterranean pizza which has a delicious blend of chicken, spinach, ricotta cheese and pine nuts. (the sweet jalepeno goes great with this too.) The only dish I've not enjoyed was the tenderloin sandwich, but probably because I'm not a huge fan of blue cheese We've tried the Hefeweizen @ at least 1/2 dozen other locations and nothing compares. . Now, if only they'd bring a location to Fountain Hills. : )
07/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I love four peaks because their food is surprisingly good. service is usually pretty good too. In the winter you should arrive during off peak times because you don't want to get stuck sitting outside. I know, they have the heaters, but if you're a girl, hey you get colder than your guy friends so make them seat you inside! Specials are great, someitmes they are out of the specials though.
11/18/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Four Peaks is the best! The atmosphere is always great - a mixed crowd of college kids, twenty-somethings and even those older and wiser. The food is wonderful - try the Arizona Chicken Roll appetizer with the unique, spicy Sweet Jalapeno dressing. Of course, the whole reason to go is the beer - they are all great, whatever your taste, from the classic Kiltlifter to the ""girly"" Peach Ale to the dark, complex Oatmeal Stout. Their happy hour specials are a great deal, and it's especially cool that they have a reverse happy hour from 10:00 pm - close.
11/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
What's better than beer & pizza? This is the place to go in Tempe! A mixed clientel of older and younger; some there to eat, most to savor the ale. The Heffeweizen is to die for! No need for a lemon or orange in this one....even some yeast left in the bottom of the glass!
IPA is good and the Pumpkin Porter for this time of year is reminiscent of pumpkin pie and coffee!!!!
Can't speak for the rest of the menu but the pizza is one of the better ones in the area; what I did see on other peoples plates looked great!
06/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Four Peaks North Scottsdale Location is just as good as Tempe. The atmosphere is a little more upscale but still relaxed and inviting. The beer is as good as it gets and the food and service are great! A great place to hang out with friends and family! Kid friendly too!
08/10/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This may not be a great place to pick up a new date, but a fantastic place to bring an out of towner, group of friends, or significant other. The atmosphere is excellent, the beer outstanding... I cant say enough about my experience there. And it was inexpensive. 3 entrees, a beer sampler, and enough beer for 3 serious beer drinkers for 5 hours = $60.00.
07/08/2005Provided by Citysearch -
A really cool brewpub but no air conditioning so avoid it in the summer. I love the patio in the winter though. Good food and good beer. Wait staff is young and pretty but not very knowlegable usually and usually too busy to be friendly. The burgers are to die for.
10/17/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I've lived in the Phoenix valley for 7 1/2 years. My favorite spot when I first moved was Four Peaks Brewery in Tempe. Today, it remains Four Peaks. The combination of the beer, food and atmosphere doesn't get much better (especialy on the patio). Their Oatmeal Stout is better than Guiness and the Pumpkin Porter is the best seasonal beer I've ever had (their Vanilla Stoli Stout is a close second)!
01/17/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Of the 127 brewpubs I've been to in North America, this is among the top 5%. The atmosphere in an old warehouse, the beer, and the food (which I have not had much of) make this place special. If you're in Phoenix and like good beer check this place out. I also like Rio Salado, Ice Breakers, and Sonoran.