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With a beer list that dances across the style spectrum, from lightly-soured Belgian ales kissed with Saguaro cactus fruit and aged in oak casks to licorice- and palo santo-laced porters and stouts, this nano-operation is the place where Tucson gastronomy meets craft beer science. A satellite location of the two-barrel brewhouse located just a few miles away, Iron John’s Congress Taproom is a relaxed and fashionable space dedicated exclusively to serving the brewery’s exotic array of flagship, seasonal and one-off ales and lagers.
Following the brewery’s opening in 2013, Iron John’s quickly found its niche in the Baja Arizona food and beverage scene with one of the most adventurous and ambitious beer programs in the state, yielding an average of one new beer per week while incorporating flavors and ingredients drawn from across the southwest. A routine producer of cask-aged beers with an aversion to flash trends, owner-brewer John Adkisson began brewing almost three decades ago and has kept the local scene on its toes through the years with his ever-growing portfolio of beers, many of which are only available in bottles and in his taproom.