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Tucson brewery Pueblo Vida marks year five, plans 2nd location

Tucson brewery Pueblo Vida marks year five, plans 2nd location

Pueblo Vida Brewing Company

Friday is the first of Pueblo Vida Brewing Co.’s three-day anniversary celebration that marks its fifth year of existence.

Pueblo Vida Brewing Co. marks its fifth anniversary this weekend with three days of beer-centric fun including rolling out nine beers on tap and in cans.

Among those brews: the re-release of Pueblo Vida’s anniversary double IPAs; they made a new one each year including the new Fifth Anniversary Double IPA being introduced Friday, Nov. 8.

Friday is the first of the brewery’s three-day anniversary celebration that continues through Sunday, Nov. 10, at the brewery, 115 E. Broadway. Hours: noon to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. Events include a taco bar and yoga each day along with the release of new brews and old favorites. For a schedule, visit pueblovidabrewing.com

Linette Antillon and Kyle Jefferson opened Pueblo Vida just after Halloween 2014 and soon had a devoted fanbase. They started canning beers at year two and every year since, selling four-packs in their downtown taproom. The brewery has become so popular that the owners are planning a second location about a mile from their downtown brewery. Antillon said they hope to open sometime in 2020, but plans are still in the early stages for a bigger taproom and event space in a building they leased at 901 S. Sixth Ave., in the 5 Points neighborhood.

Contact reporter Cathalena E. Burch at cburch@tucson.com or 573-4642. On Twitter @Starburch

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