About the Brewing Showcase
During the first weekend of Canal Convergence—from 4:00–10:00 p.m. on November 8 and 9— the event will host the world’s first beer festival featuring only craft beers brewed with recycled water. Earlier this year, Scottsdale Water became the first water agency in Arizona permitted to treat recycled water for potable use. The One Water Brewing Showcase at Canal Convergence will spotlight 10 beers crafted by 11 Valley breweries (listed below). Each of the brews will be made from recycled water delivered directly from Scottsdale’s Advanced Water Treatment Plant. The One Water Brewing Showcase is free to attend and will feature five beers each night. Guests will be able to purchase individual, full-size draft beers or sampler flights to taste all five. The showcase is part of Canal Convergence’s sustainability efforts as we promote resource conservation and pursue our goal of becoming a zero-waste event. Learn more about our efforts on the Sustainability page.
Canal Convergence and Scottsdale Water are proud to have the following breweries participating in the One Water Brewing Showcase.
Desert Monks Brewing Co (Gilbert)
Fate Brewing Company (Scottsdale and Tempe)
Flying Basset Brewing (Gilbert)
Freak’N Brewing Company (Peoria) collaborating with Dubina Brewing Co. (Glendale)
Mother Bunch Brewing Company (Phoenix)
North Mountain Brewing (Phoenix)
O.H.S.O. Brewery + Distillery (Gilbert, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, and Scottsdale)
Uncle Bear’s Brewery (Mesa, Queen Creek, and Phoenix)
Walter Station Brewery (Phoenix)
Wren House Brewing Co. (Phoenix)
Advanced Water Treatment Plant
The Advanced Water Treatment Plant at the Scottsdale Water Campus is one of the largest and most advanced water recycling facilities in the world. Recognized by the WateReuse Research Foundation and the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence as one of the world’s most innovative water purification projects, the AWT produces 20 million gallons per day of ultrapure water and celebrated 20 years of successful operation in 2018.