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Meet Owners Tamara and Steve Morken

Steve and Tamara Morken owned and operated Rimside Grill & Cabins in Pine, Arizona in June 2004 & June 2012 they converted the location to THAT Brewery & Pub.

The amount of experience from day to day operations of creating recipes, inventory control, accounting, marketing, employee management, bar tending, dishwashing, waiting tables, consulting, cooking, home brewing, training with a master brewer and brewing THAT beer, developing the distribution network associated with that process has provided the couple valuable insight into the craft beer industry.

Prior to opening Rimside Grill & Cabins, Steve & Tamara Morken worked at Allied Signal/Honeywell in Phoenix and moved to Pine in 2004.

Local First Arizona Video

In April 2015, a crew from the Local First Arizona Foundation visited THAT Brewery Pub in Pine and produced this video that provides insights into the business

THAT Headquarters Team

THAT in the Media

Happy To Announce THAT Brewery 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Winner!

High five and lot’s of love to everyone who has visited us this year, thanks for the great reviews and we hope to see you again soon! Cheers! – All of us at THAT Brewery Cottonwood & THAT Brewery &…

Overdue on THAT Updates

What’s on tap at THAT Brewery? Well, beer of course. We are a brewery after all, But a lot has been going in, so here is a big pour of updates. And it’s been so long since we published something,…

Catch Us Live on Arizona Local First Webinar

Are you interested in the Arizona Trail? You know we are.  And you can catch Tamara Morken on Wednesday, September 27 from noon to 1:30 as a panelist on a live web video discussion hosted by Local First Arizona. In Solutions…

Take 4! On THAT Video Set

Hey, what are all those cars doing in the parking lot today in Pine? THAT Brewery is closed today! And there were drones in the air and video cameras floating around. Well, I can tell you, a bit, I was…

Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration in Pine, Arizona, at THAT Brewery & Pub

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day, March 17th, 2017, with us at THAT Brewery & Pub in Pine. Come up to the cool pines, just 13 miles north of Payson, AZ. It’s the perfect Arizona getaway for the weekend. Chef Mishelle will…

THAT Brewery Featured in Sedona Monthly

Hey, that’s us featured in the March 2016 issue of Sedona Monthly, in a feature called Sedona Tapped that reviews six craft breweries in the Flagstaff and Verde Valley area. Flip to page 2 for a coverage of THAT Brewery…

Arizona Trail Ale Wins a Silver Medal

THAT Brewery’s Arizona Trail Ale won the silver medal for English Style Pale Ale at the 2016  AmeriCAN Canned Craft Beer Championship — see it happen at about 3 minutes into the awards video.  

THAT’s At Tilted Earth Festival

You will find us at the 3rd Annual Tilted Earth Festival, June 16-18, 2016 at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood – we are one of only two breweries represented. Tilted was created to foster the growth of culture, community and the…

Thrillist Cites THAT Strawberry Blonde Among Best of Spring Beers

We are thrilled that the Thrillist Phoenix directory has listed THAT Strawberry Blonde as one of the best spring beers (well, we knew that). Available at the Cottonwood and Pine locations, THAT Brewery’s Strawberry Blonde is one of our favorite spring…

THAT Arizona Trail Ale


THAT Arizona Trail Ale is the official beer of the Arizona National Scenic Trail, a continuous, 800+ mile diverse and scenic trail across Arizona from Mexico to Utah that links deserts, mountains, canyons, communities and people.

The Arizona Trail Association’s mission is to build, maintain, promote, protect and sustain the Arizona Trail as a unique encounter with the land. THAT Brewery and Pub in Pine Arizona is located just off the trail from Pine Trailhead.

This partnership brings many hikers into the small community of Pine to shop, eat, drink, pick up packages at the post office and restock their packs for the rest of their journey. Part of the proceeds from every Arizona Trail Ale sold goes directly to the nonprofit association, allowing them to maintain and build additional trails. 

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