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Four Peaks to host ‘Haunted Brewery Tours,’ here’s what you need to know

‘Haunted Brewery Tours’ start late September
Four Peaks in Tempe, Arizona
Four Peaks' ‘Haunted Brewery Tours'
Posted at 6:38 PM, Sep 16, 2022
and last updated 2022-09-30 19:35:58-04

TEMPE, AZ — Spooky season is amongst us and those who are over 21 years of age will want to check this out! Four Peaks is hosting their ‘Haunted Brewery Tours!’

The tours are just one of the efforts that Four Peaks is doing in honor of the 130th anniversary of the Creamery Building located in Tempe!

“Working in one of Tempe’s oldest commercial buildings is a unique privilege,” said Chris Meyer, Four Peaks General Manager, in a press release sent to ABC15. “It is quite something to think about the tens of thousands of people who have walked through our building over the years. We’re extremely proud to not only be part of such a storied past, but to be shining a new light on it through the Preserving the Past, Brewing the Future project.” According to event officials, Four Peaks has partnered with the Tempe History Museum, Arizona State University and others for the project.

Inside Four Peaks' ‘Haunted Brewery Tour'

Here's what you need to know about the tours:


  • Tickets are $35; it includes the tour, a souvenir t-shirt and a 32oz. of beer.
  • According to a Four Peaks’ representative, tour guests will also be given access to a special prix-fixe menu. It's $40 total for two people and includes an appetizer, a pizza and a slice of our Pumpkin Porter cheesecake.
  • Tickets are available online.


  • From September 26 - November 2: every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Plus, October 30.


But what else is a landmark in Arizona? The video in the player above highlights our state’s historic cafés and restaurants that you need to visit!

Need more eateries to try out, check out the full list, right here.

Historic cafés and restaurants that you need to visit in Arizona
Historic cafés and restaurants that you need to visit in Arizona