Press Coffee announced last week they’re opening the 9th location of the popular coffee shop/cafe at the Scottsdale Waterfront in late August. It will be the roasters’ 2nd Scottsdale location since opening in the Scottsdale Quarter.
“Old Town Scottsdale is a great neighborhood for locals and Arizona visitors alike and we’re looking forward to being a part of the community,” said Press Coffee co-owner Jason Kyle.
Coffee and more
When Press opens their Scottsdale Waterfront location customers will be able to order from a new breakfast and lunch menu made on site and pastries from Phoenix Public Market.
Espresso, pour overs and cold brews will be available using Press’s award-winning coffee roasts.
Donating to Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Once opened Press the Scottsdale Waterfront store will offer its daily drip coffee for $1 the weekend August of 24-26th with all proceeds donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. “We’re glad we can start things off by supporting the amazing efforts of Phoenix Children’s Hospital at the opening.” says Kyle.
Flagship roastery in north Phoenix
The Scottsdale Waterfront announcement comes two months after Press announced it was opening a flagship roastery in Spring 2019 near 32nd St. & Shea Blvd. in north Phoenix.
Once opened it will handle all of Press’s roasting along with a cafe and plenty of meeting space. Co-owner Steve Kraus say’s “We are excited about the future of this iconic building. We wanted to go beyond just a production facility and create a space that allows us to share our love for coffee with the community.”
The new facility will double Press’s production and once opened the current facility will exclusively produce their cold brews.
The Scottsdale Waterfront location will be open 6:30 a.m. – 7 p.m Mon. – Thurs. 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Friday. Saturdays from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
It’s at 7135 E. Camelback Rd. Scottsdale 85251 For more information check their website.
I love a good cider as nothing beats it on a hot summer day and with the autumns seasonal foods and holidays. Just in time for the holiday season Arizona’s first cidery, Cider Corps will open its doors for its first public event on Saturday November 11th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for its Veteran’s Day Open House.
Cider Corps open house
The veteran owned cidery is just off Main St. in downtown Mesa and the open house is two blocks from the finish line of Mesa’s Veteran’s Day Parade. From 10-11 a.m. guests a can come by and get a mulled cider or coffee to go so they can watch the parade.
Brothers Josh and Jason Duren will be showing off their small batch hard ciders, non-alcoholic mulled ciders and cold brew coffee during the open house. A food truck will be on hand to serve food to guests and tours of the cidery will be given.
Small batch “Pie Ciders” will be available for purchase in Cider Corps limited edition 32 ounce “crowlers” or you can bring your own growler. Cost of the ciders to go will range from $12- $20.
“Pie Ciders” will remind guests of their favorite holiday pies like mixed berry and pumpkin. Cold Brew cider will also be available.
Cider Corps ciders are currently available at over 30 bars and restaurants around Phoenix, Tucson and Prescott.
Veterans community spot
Jason is a retired Sargent in the United States Marine Corps and will be speaking about his time in the service and how he and Josh plan to help veterans through Cider Corps. The cidery is dedicated to be used by veterans and veteran organizations as a community gathering place.
“To open the taproom this way is the embodiment of Cider Corps’ mission: Drink great ciders, honor great sacrifice,” said Josh. “We want it to be a place for veterans to be honored through times of awareness.”
The parade and Veteran’s Day Open House are important part of the brothers devotion to cider and veterans as they started making cider a s a hobby when Jason returned home from Afghanistan with 2 traumatic brain injuries from IED blasts.
Just as the calendar flipped to June the temperatures in Phoenix flipped into the triple digits with potential record setting heat. A good way to stay cool and awake is to drive thru Sip Coffee & Beer Garage in Phoenix to get your fill of coffee samples and save some money with Happy Hour deals.
During the month of June when you cruise thru the drive thru you get a free small coffee which will be the new release of Sip’s own roasted coffee in partnership with Cartel Coffee. All summer long from 2-6pm you can save $1 off your coffee when you purchase in the drive thru.
If you prefer Cold Brew in these hot summer days then Monday is your day at Sip because from open to close you can get a growler of Cold Brew and refills for $1 off.
On the last Monday of each month from 6pm – close you will be able to listen to the sounds of musician Adam Reed and friends while your invited to show off your artistic side with Sip’s Live Music & Art night. The night will be sponsored by a craft brewery.
Sip Coffee & Beer Garage is at 3620 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018 602-900-5188 www.sipcoffeeandbeerhouse.com