Announcing the Brewery Lineup for Ameri-Can Canned Craft Beer Festival

Announcing the Brewery Lineup for Ameri-Can Canned Craft Beer Festival

National highlights include: Avery, Ballast Point, DESTIHL, Founders, Green Flash, Hops & Grain, Revolution, Snake River, Sun King, Victory and more.

Professionally produced by HDE Agency in partnership with SanTan Brewing Company, the award winning 6th annual Ameri-Can Canned Craft Beer Festival is set to return to the Scottsdale Civic Center on Saturday, May 14th from noon to 6 p.m. Presented by Rexam, Ameri-Can features more than 250 rare beers from over 90 local and national breweries, many of which are not available in the state of Arizona.

Located at the Scottsdale Civic Center, Ameri-can Canned Craft Beer Festival will celebrate the canned craft beer revolution with live entertainment, food, a VIP tent, beer science garden and beer Olympic games. New elements this year include a mobile canning station and brewing demonstrations.

Here’s the full list of participating breweries:

Abita Brewing
Alameda Brewing
Alaskan Brewing Company
Anderson Valley Brewing Company
Anthem Brewing Company
Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits
Barrio Brewing Company
Bell’s Brewery
Big Bend Brewing Company
Big Sky Brewing Co.
BJ’S Restaurant and Brewery
Black Market Brewing Co.
Black Tooth Brewing Co.
Borderlands Brewing Company
Boulevard Brewing Company
Caldera Brewing Company
College Street Brewhouse
Coronado Brewing Company
Crazy Mountain Brewing
DC Brau Brewing Company
Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Devils Canyon
Dragoon Brewing Co.
Dudes Brewing
Firestone Walker Brewing Company
Fort Collins Brewing
Founders Brewing Co.
Four Peaks Brewing Company
Golden Road
Goose Island
Grand Canyon Brewing Company
Great Divide Brewing Co.
Green Flash Brewing Company
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery
Hard Frescos
Henry’s Hard Soda
Hops & Grain Brewing
Huss Brewing
Ironfire Brewing Company
Joseph James
Kona Brewing
Lord Hobo Brewing Company
Lumberyard Brewing Co.
Marble Brewery
Maui Brewing Company
Melvin Brewing
Mike Hess Brewing Co.
Mother Road Brewing Company
Nebraska Brewing Company
New Belgium Brewing
Odell Brewing Company
Orlison Brewing Co.
Oskar Blues
Owl’s Brew
Papago Brewing Co.
Parallel 49
Phoenix Ale Brewery
Prescott Brewing Company
Rambling Route Cider
Rekorderlig Ciders
Renegade Brewing Company
Revolution Brewing
Santa Fe Brewing
SanTan Brewing Company
Schilling Hard Cider
Shipyard Brewing
Sierra Nevada
Ska Brewing
Sleepy Dog Brewery
Small town
Snake River Brewing
Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
Squatters Craft Beers
Stone Brewing
Sun King Brewery
Sun Up Brewing Co
TailGate Beer
THAT Brewing Company
Tieton Cider Works/Rambling Route Cider
Two Brothers Brewing Company
Uinta Brewing
Upslope Brewing Company
Vermont Cider Company
Victory Brewing Company
Wasatch Brewery

For the record, I thought about linking these, but ain’t nobody got time for that!

Ameri-can isn’t just a festival, it’s also a competition! The day before the festival, more than 40 certified craft beer judges will gather to taste and vote for their favorites in nine categories including IPA, American Pale Ale, English Pale Ale, Wheat Beers, Stouts and Porters, Ambers and Browns, Golds, Blondes, Pilsners and Light Lagers, Fruit, and Specialty Beer. Gold, silver and bronze winners will be announced via live stream on May 13th at

Presale general admission tickets are available online for $35 and include admission, a souvenir can and 20 four-ounce pours. Day of admission is $45. VIP tickets are also available through presale purchase only for $100. VIP tickets include admission one hour early, a souvenir can, 20 four-ounce pours, catered food, a private VIP zone with private restrooms and exclusive specialty beer sampling. Ameri-can Canned Craft Beer Festival will open its doors at noon to VIP ticket holders and at 1 p.m. for general admission. The festival ends at 6 p.m.

This is a 21 and over event, no exceptions. Ticket purchasers and all guests must be 21 or over and must present a valid picture ID upon admission.

A portion of event proceeds will benefit the Scottsdale Cultural Council and the Arizona Society of Homebrewers (ASH). The Scottsdale Cultural Council serves Scottsdale residents, visitors, cultural institutions and artists by creating and advancing high quality arts and cultural experiences and opportunities. For more information about the Scottsdale Cultural Council, visit The Arizona Society of Homebrewes strives to preserve and promote the time-honored tradition of homebrewing and to recognize it as an art form through information, education and dedicated practices. For more information and to become a member, visit ASH online at

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