Nate Billimack enjoys his brew under the menu in the newly expanded Ten Fifty-Five Brewing, 3810 E. 44th St. #315, Thursday, September 26, 2013, Tucson, Ariz. Photo by Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

It’s that time again — the fourth Saturday of the month.

That means it’s time for 4th on 44th — a block party featuring breweries, distilleries and other homegrown businesses in an industrial area along East 44th Street.

The event debuted on the fourth Saturday in January, and is taking place from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 25.

Organizers are again closing off the parking lot between Ten Fifty-Five Brewing and Three Wells Distilling Co. for this party, which according to the event’s Facebook page will feature Girl Scout cookie pairings, live music from Naim Amor and Things That Aren’t Words, and food trucks Ken’s Hardwood Barbecue and Tucson Fat Noodle.

There will also be games, local, craft cocktails from Three Wells Distilling Co., craft beer selections from Ten Fifty-Five Brewing and Green Feet Brewing, hot and cold brews from Yellow Brick Coffee. A portion of the proceeds raised from this event will benefit Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona

Drink tickets will cost $6 each, and are redeemable for cocktails, beer, and cold brew coffee. Cookie pairing flights are available at an additional charge, and hot coffee will also be available for purchase.

Admission is free, and donations are not required to attend, but organizers suggest that a $10 donation would help to sustain 4th On 44th and benefit the host charity, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona.

Taking part:

  • Three Wells Distilling Co. produces handcrafted distilled spirits, 3780 E. 44th St. #120.
  • Ten Fifty-Five Brewing, 3810 E. 44th St.
  • Green Feet Brewing, 3669 E. 44th St.
  • Yellow Brick Coffee, 3220 S. Dodge Blvd., along with tea from Seven Cups Fine Chinese Teas.

Contact Inger Sandal at isandal@tucson.com or 573-4131. On Twitter: @IngerSandal