What better place to brew cold, refreshing beer than a retired ice house? Originally christened the F.A. Hough’s Ice Factory, this Mission Revival-style brick beauty is still standing strong after more than 100 years. Before we came along, the building housed a dairy creamery and Uranus Recording, which hosted the likes of The Gin Blossoms and Stevie Nicks in its studio.
Fueled by nothing but hops and undying thirst, we got the idea. Four Peaks was created to follow our passion to the highest degree. We were all in from the start. Lucky for us, and for you, things worked out.
FIRST BREW DAY
All systems are go. It was a glorious thing to see Four Peaks come together and brew a batch of beer that was truly our own.
A GRAND OPENING
Nearly three years after we got the idea to start Four Peaks, we finally opened our pub to the world. Two decades later, we’ve maintained that neighborhood pub mentality – we’ve just added some more equipment to help share our brews far beyond Tempe, Arizona.
FIRST BEER BOTTLED
Now you can enjoy Four Peaks from your kitchen table, couch, or wherever you want. People have packed Four Peaks along to places from the top of Arizona’s Four Peaks mountains (classic) to a waterfall in Costa Rica (exotic).
WILSON BREWERY OPENS
Things got busy. To keep up with demand, we sought a location that would offer the perfect space for huge brew tanks and nearly round-the-clock production. And, of course, you can enjoy a pint in full view of their towering glory at our tap room.