Food Menu

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Beer-Centric Cuisine

At North Mountain Brewery, we don’t serve your ordinary “pub grub.” Each menu item is designed to exceed expectations. Quality ingredients, authentic sides and appealing plate presentation come together to give you a dining experience unique in our area. Our core menu centers around time honored beer-centric foods from around the world and traditional plates and appetizers that are focused on a complementary beer experience.

Not a beer drinker? Not to worry.
We carry a wide selection of beer-centric cuisine from all over the world. We also carry a growing selection of wine featuring Arizona regional and imported favorites.

Menu Choices

North Mountain Brewing has several menus to choose from correlating to what time of the day you visit as well as what day you arrive. Our Sunday Brunch Menu has been going strong for three years now and is picking up even more attention with new dishes being added yearly, as well as limited time dishes to satisfy your seasonal cravings.

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Please stand by. We are updating our menus for 2017! Happy New Year to all of our loyal and new customers!

(Served Monday – Sunday 3:00PM – Close)

(Served Sundays 11:00AM – 2:00PM)

We use local and sustainable ingredients whenever possible from local Arizona suppliers such as:  McClendon Farm, Rhiba Farm, Martori Farm, Greer Farm, Schnepf Farm, Rousseau Farm, Hickman’s Egg Ranch, Arizona Dairymen and Provision Coffee.

We have great sides of Fries, Asparagus and  Mac & Cheese  to inspire an appetite in the youngsters as well. Most dishes can be cooked to accommodate the most finicky eater.

At a time when many businesses are lowering their standards as quickly as raising their prices, North Mountain Brewing Company’s self-imposed high standards and expectations of excellence will prove to  discriminating minds that we are here to earn your patronage, loyalty, trust and most of all your friendship.


For centuries, beer and food have been enjoyed together as part of the good life. The grain based nature of beer makes it a food in itself, and the huge range of flavors, aromas and textures makes it a perfect match for nearly any kind of food, from a handmade sausage to the most luxurious gourmet dish. Choosing beers and foods that enhance one another means paying attention to the gustatory qualities of both.

(American Craft Beer and Food: Perfect Companions; Brewers Association Press)

When pairing beer with food there are a few rules of thumb to help guide you. As you read these remember that most of our beer and food offer many flavor components, some pronounced and some subtle. Many interesting combinations come not just from pairing the strongest flavor/aroma components but in the symbiosis created by nuance. Don’t forget the sides or sauces that come with your food.


The first is to match a strongly flavored dish with an equally strong beer, and a delicate dish with a lighter, more delicate beer. This will help both to shine, instead of one being overwhelmed by the other. In most cases balance of flavor will be your friend.

Another element to help guide you is to match complimentary flavors. With beer and food sharing so many flavors it is easy to find a match. From honey in both beer and food, to fruity esters in a beer matched with a fruity dish, to roasted malt with roasted meat, there is sure to be a pairing for everyone.

On the other end of the spectrum are contrasting flavors. Sweet with sour/bitter is the classic example, regardless of which one comes from the food and which comes from the beer. But don’t forget salty with sweet (floral, fruity) or acidity, sweet with astringency (dark roasted malts, for example)… the list goes on.

Mouthfeel can also be a big part of this, including the ability of carbonation and alcohol to cut through fats such as in cheese. Or the way hop bitterness emphasizes heat in a spicy dish.

Remember, these are all guidelines. There is only one true rule, true of all food and beer, alone or paired together: Find what you like, not what someone tells you that you should like. And once you find it, enjoy it while continuing your search for the next great experience.