Craft beer and wine taproom The Sacred Pint is coming to the southwest corner of Ellsworth and Ocotillo in downtown Queen Creek, according to Mouth by Southwest.
Located at 22020 S Ellsworth Rd, the owners behind the new business also co-founded Old Ellsworth Brewing in 2017, which is across the street from the forthcoming storefront.
Offering beers on tap and wine, as well as coolers to-go, they anticipate to open at the end of the year depending on how their construction goes. With lounge atmosphere seating, there will also be shuffleboard and darts for customers to play.
This comes as part of the wave of new business venues being developed as a result of the town’s investment in public infrastructure in downtown.
The city of Queen Creek website states the following: “One of the key attributes to developing a walkable downtown is to create urban blocks that create shorter walks from one place to another with areas of interest along the way. The Town is investing in this critical infrastructure through the construction of three downtown core connectors – Aldecoa Drive, Munoz Street and Summers Place. In addition to providing connectivity between Ellsworth Loop and Ellsworth Road, the new roadways will include traffic calming mechanisms and public angled parking, in addition to amenities adjacent to the roadways like shade structures and seating. Investment in infrastructure spurs private development, with several new local venues underway in the downtown core.”
They also detailed the surrounding openings that will be neighbors with the forthcoming watering hole: “The Perch Brewery is developing a 20,000 square foot brewery with additional restaurant/retail venues in the future. Badlands Bar and Grill is also underway, slated to open in 2023 at the southwest corner of Ellsworth and Ocotillo. Additional projects include the Barn Bar Courtyards, which will feature locally owned restaurants and shops inside repurposed shipping containers.”