7 Local Beverage Brands to Try in Phoenix

Locally roasted coffee, cold-pressed juices, spirits, beers, wine or water? Pick your preference of Local Beverage Brands.

Purely Sedona’s Artesian Spring Water hydrates and renews while Coco 21’s coconut water and vodka cocktails add a little buzz. Arizona-grown grapefruits are used in SanTan Brewing Company’s newly released MoonJuice Galactic Grapefruit IPA and, although the grapes may be grown in California, they are pressed and fermented in Scottsdale’s newly opened Desert Rock Winery.

You have options—it’s up to you to decide which Arizona-born, thirst-quenching one to select on your next trip to Phoenix.


Juby True Cold Pressed Juice

Cleanse for a week or pick up a juice for a mid-morning boost. Juby True’s cold-pressed juices are made with pounds of organic fruits and vegetables and come packed with flavor. Support brain function and improve your complexion with the Sweet Karma, made with apples, parsley, spinach, kale, romaine, and ginger; or reinforce your immune system and boost your metabolism with the C-Horse, made with oranges, green apple, lemon, pineapple, lime and cayenne. Find juices, smoothies, and boosts at two Juby True storefronts.


Local Beverage Brands Juby True, Arizona


SanTan Brewing Company’s MoonJuice Galactic Grapefruit IPA

SanTan Brewing Company first launched the MoonJuice Galactic IPA in late 2015. This year, its fruity version of the popular brew incorporates grapefruits from Tempe’s Sun Orchard. Grab a six-pack at local grocery stores and Total Wine, or enjoy a pint at SanTan Brewing Company’s brew pub.


SanTan Brewing Company, Chandler, Arizona


Lucidi Distilling Co.’s Craft Spirits

Housed in Old Town Peoria’s Historic Fire Station No. 1, Lucidi has a 330-gallon capacity for distilling craft spirits including vodkas, moonshines, gins, rums, bourbons, and whiskeys. Sample three spirits along a tour of the distillery during scheduled times on Fridays and Saturdays, sip an included signature cocktail after the tour and buy a bottle of your favorite spirit to take home.


Lucidi Distilling Co., Peoria, Arizona


Purely Sedona Water

Artesian spring water sourced from Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon river gorge has a natural pH of 8—less acidic than other spring waters and a sought-after balance for optimum health. The river flows through the heart of Sedona’s vortexes, which are known to hold healing attributes and revitalizing energies. Purely Sedona waters utilize a proprietary process for filtration and ozonation and are available in Artesian Spring Water and Sparkling Spring Water varieties.


Purely Sedona


Press Coffee Roasters Coffee

Balanced and flavorful small batches of beans sourced from Ethiopia, Peru, Brazil, Costa Rica, Sumatra, and Guatemala are roasted and brewed at Press Coffee Roasters. Enjoy a cup at a myriad of local eateries including Over Easy and Luci’s Healthy Marketplace, or stop by the company’s namesake coffee shops.


Press Coffee Roasters, Scottsdale, Arizona


Coco 21 Cocktails

Founded by a Phoenix local, this low-calorie and gluten-free cocktail-in-a-bottle incorporates coconut water and vodka. The original, pineapple, guava and Cocorita flavors of Coco 21 are available at Fry’s, Albertsons, Total Wine, Safeway and Bashas’ locations throughout the Valley, and are served at popular nightlife locales including Whiskey Row, El Hefe, and Dos Gringos.


Coco 21


Desert Rock Winery’s Wines and Ciders

Hoffman Family Cellars recently relocated to Scottsdale from Sonoma Valley, California and opened up an urban winery in Scottsdale’s Airpark neighborhood. The grapes are still sourced from California but are pressed and fermented right in the full-scale production Desert Rock Winery.

Observe the process, sample the wine blends and ciders, relax in the tasting room and listen to regular live music—or just stop in to purchase a bottle.


Desert Rock Winery, Scottsdale, Arizona


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