The giant green placard that signals a place will soon be serving alcohol is hanging on the corrugated metal fence surrounding a piece of property at 417 Herbert Avenue, right next to Ordinary Bike Shop. For those unfamiliar with the area, that's just a block west of Fourth Avenue and Seventh Street.
Closer inspection shows the word "microbrewery" scrawled across said sign and further research shows that this is one of the new microbreweries we already wrote about. A liquor license application has been filed for that address under the name Corbett Brewing Company. The guy who filled out that application is Scott James Cummings, who is either not getting the messages I've been leaving for him at O'Malley's, which he owns, or just ignoring me, both of which I'm fine with.
It looks like a cool little spot for a microbrewery. There appears to be some outdoor seating space and it's a neat old building.
(Thanks to Tucson Weekly reader Craig Gray for the tip!)
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