Green Feet Brewing, which opened its doors on Memorial Day 2016, is one of the more recent additions to Tucson’s craft beer scene. Scott Petersen (Petey) and Jen Reynard, the husband and wife duo behind the brewery, found a home for their vision in the southeast industrial complex, near Nimbus Brewing, Ten 55 Brewing, Three Wells Distilling Company, and Yellow Brick Coffee.
The brewery has an attached tasting room, where patrons can try Green Feet’s flagship beer, the Rescue Red Ale, as well as other rotating offerings. “We are just having a really good time making beer and sharing it with beer lovers. We want to be approachable and get to know everyone who visits the tap room,” says Peterson.
In addition to the Rescue Red, their tasting room currently has a selection of popular beer styles—IPA, Pale Ale, Black Ale, Blonde Ale, and Brown Ale. While these are the beers that aim to please a wide audience, Green Feet also makes small batches of experimental brews in a variety of styles.
“Our goal is to be interesting enough that a serious beer person enjoys it, and drinkable enough that someone who is trying craft beer for the first time will get excited about exploring different styles,” Petersen says. “We try to be balanced.”
Fun is a primary objective at Green Feet, and they have nice little community developing around that ethos already. While the brewery doesn’t yet have any regularly scheduled special events, they are open on Sundays and will be showing football games all season.
Green Feet’s beer is available by the glass or growler at their taproom, and can also be found at Arizona Beer House and 1912 Brewing Company. They’ve only recently started to distribute their beers, and plan to have beer available at more local businesses in the near future.