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Among the smaller beer operations in Tucson, Public Brewhouse is the space that feels more like a secret hangout than a brewery taproom. Situated in an alleyway just off Fourth Avenue, Public Brewhouse has been delivering an eclectic array of beers to the Tucson brew scene since opening in 2015. Regarded for its closely-held selection of IPAs, fruited sours, Belgian-style brews and barrel-aged ales, Public is the secret crush that makes Tucson’s beer industry workers wax poetic.
At just two barrels, Public technically falls into the nanobrewery category, but its reputation for great beer and warm hospitality is anything but pint-sized. The name echoes owner Mike Gura and Cody Van Haren’s vision for a public house where neighborly conversation and stories could be just as much a part of the experience as the beer, and with one of the fastest-rotating taplists in town, Public rarely fails to offer its patrons something to talk about within its hallowed walls.