Located near the University of Arizona at 1702 E. Speedway Blvd (get it?), we serve an ever-changing selection of 30 imported beers and domestic micro-brews on draught and many more by the bottle.


Made with Fresh Locally Sourced IngrediantsTHE FOOD

Our menu offers a large variety including wings, various salads, sandwiches, and delicious pizzas – offered with a huge selection of toppings. These options, along with our ever-changing seasonal menu, are what make 1702 a favorite with college students, local professionals, and serious beer aficionados.

30 Rotating Drafts and Many More in the Case.THE BEER

Come by for a beer, or attend one of our beer events, where you can meet distributors and brewery reps and receive t-shirts, hats, glassware or other beer swag goodies.


Let Us Tell You About Our BeerTHE ADDRESS BREWING

The Address beers are hand-crafted by our own creative wizard JP Westenskow, with a little help from other enthusiastic beer drinkers along the way

Currently pouring:

Norwegian Nectar - 1702's House Sour Ale - Crafted with a Norwegian Yeast strain not usually found in the States, this experimental beer found it's way in some barrels for souring and has now become one of our biggest crowd pleasers. Note of sour apple and iron. 6.5%ABV

BA St. Fud - 1702's House Barrel-Aged Belgian Quad - Shut the Fuck Up, Donny! This beer pours dark and bold weighing in at 9% ABV, but goes down like candy. Aged in red wine barrels for two years with cherries, this quad is definitely something to write home about.

American Wheat in Tucson - 1702's House American Wheat Beer - If you're looking for something light, refreshing, and slightly sweet, this wheat beer really hits the spot. At 5.2% ABV you can have just one, or maybe four, on a hot summer day to relax and forget that blistering Tucson sun.

Miquel Negro - 1702's House American Porter - This robust American porter is full-bodied and heavily hopped with Citra, Nugget, Cascade and Amarillo hops, and then dry-hopped with some more Cascade and Nugget hops so bring out that tasty, tasty aroma. Walking the line between a porter and a black IPA this beer is great for hop-lovers and roasty dark beer drinkers alike.