Saloon type feel and wood bar with empty bottles on the selves. Their beers are standard fare with only 3 on tap. Their bottle selection was a better story, I ordered Ska Hopious after the small flight of their brews. Parking a pain downtown, stop at Lumberyard first then walk around downtown.
Definitely a divey feel to this brewpub. Right on Route 66 so itís easy to get to. They have a large patio though it wasnít really in use given the weather. Inside is really old and lived in feeling. Dark, wood furniture everywhere...a lot of locals just hanging out and drinking.
They only have four house beers on tap. Pretty typical stuff--pale ale, amber ale, nitro stout, IPA... The guest beers offer better options. Or just get a cocktail. Theyíre $3 during happy hour. Coming from Southern California, thatís almost inconceivable.
The lady working the bar was friendly enough, if not a bit rough around the edges, but nice none the less.
Beer quality here is mediocre at best. But I guess at least itís cheap and can serve as an alcohol delivery service for the NAU students.
The Good: Nice enough outdoor seating area.
The Bad: Beer menu out of date. Slow service. Boring lineup. Bland, underwhelming beers. Cheesy oldies playing. Overall: Its like they havenít kept up at all with whatís happening in the beer world and that what passed as acceptable beer at a brewpub 20 years ago doesnít cut it today.
A very eclectic but comfortable bar. Staff are very pleasant. Prices are decent, the downfall is the over ambitious food. Sometimes simple is better. They have 4 of thier own taps and a bunch of guest taps. All decent.
KPD (220) Michigan | October 3, 2013| Updated July 28, 2014
Visited for lunch 3 flagstaff beers.Hefeweizen was good.
Kolsch nice a light sessionable easy drinking beer.
Ipa moderately bitter, nice flavor.
Food was good. They "had an accident" and lost a bunch of beer -450 gallons so couldnít give me happy hour pricing on their beer I had a guest pils, little yella from oskarís. Nice place limited beer selection but decent beers.