• Picacho Peak Brewing Company

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has a black bean burger that you can order with or without cheese (vegans please check to see if the patty is vegan). Also has a clearly labeled vegan wrap, hummus and chips for appetizer.

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2 Reviews

First Review by AWanderingBadger


Points +133

05 Jun 2021

Burger and fries

Escape the desert with some friends.

Summer ambiance. They have nice real estate. try visiting on the weekend and sit outside to enjoy live music and welcome atmosphere.

NOTICE: I have vegan friends who enjoy some of their beers, but I do not know if all or only some are vegan. Some beers (generally speaking) are not vegan

Secondary notice: impossible foods did abuse and kill mice in a scientific study during their development. I have mixed feelings on this and still eat impossible foods when it is on the few options on a menu, but everybody should be aware to make their own judgment

Pros: Large laid back outdoor area to spend time, Impossible burger has vegan cheese and mayo, Service may be slow, especially if outdoors

Cons: Limited vegan options



Points +259

09 Jan 2021

Good beer, nice warm fires

The bean burger has been replaced with the Impossible burger. The fries and house made chips are made in the same fryer as chicken wings and fiah. I ordered an impossible burger with a side salad they have blue cheese(dairy), caesar(Dairy, egg/fish?), and berry vinaigrette(honey?) dressing. the Beans and rice are vegan, the vegetarian mushroom tacos, available taco Tuesday are vegan if ordered without cheese. Pretty Good beer, some have lactose, so ask.

Pros: Good beer, Friendly service

Cons: One vegan sides, Waiters kinda knew what a Vegetarian and vegan are

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