The Brass Tap in Mesa opens in the City of Mesa, Arizona

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Real Estate Agent with Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty AZDRE# BR642230000

The Brass Tap in Mesa just opened it's doors to the public.

I don't think Mesa residents should keep it to themselves, so here is my experience in a nutshell so you can try it out.

This Brass Tap location is the only location in Arizona. It's located on Dobson road off the Loop 202 in mesa. Their address is 1033 N. Dobson Road, #104 Mesa, AZ 85201.

With about 300 beers on the menu, which come either as a draft beer and bottled beer. In support of local business, they carry a lot of locally brewed beer.

Not a beer drinker but need to go out with one, they also offer wine and non alcoholic drinks.

For the cigar smokers, there are cigars on the menu as well.

Looking to dance your heart away or just enjoy some great music, this location offers live music on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. You must be prepared to stay late or come in late, because live music starts at 9 pm.

 

My Experience at The Brass Tap in Mesa, Arizona

I got  a chance to visit this bar on Saturday during the opening weekend.

I tried the Left Hand Milk Stout. This stout beer has such great flavor and just refreshing.

If you love Stout or Dark beer, try this one the next time you visit the place.

Left Hand Milk Stout at The Brass Tap in Mesa

 

For food, they have a selection of paninis,  flatbreads and pretzel pizzas among a few others.

I tried the peri peri chicken panini. I chose this panini bcause of the peri peri. It has just the right amount of kick.

 

Peri Peri chicken panini at The Brass Tap in Mesa

 

Peri peri is a type of chili pepper usually found in Africa. Originally known as piri piri, it's also called African bird's eye chili. 

It grows in Malawi, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and the tropical forests of South Sudan & the southern half of Ethiopia. It was brought to Goa by the Portuguese and the plant subsequently adapted to the hot climate.
"Source: Wikipedia"

I was there was just a short time, but I did enjoy the atmosphere, the food and drinks and would recommend you check the place out next time you are in the area.

To find out more about the The Brass Tap in Mesa, you can visit their website here.

 

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Good morning Dorrete.  Debbie's cousins are wanting us to make a trip to Mesa to spend a few days with them and pick fruit in their yard to bring home.  While there we'll have to check out the newest place to enjoy a brew.

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