Visited on a Tuesday afternoon. Located on the older side of town and just a couple blocks away from Lumberyard. There weren't many people inside, but everybody was friendly. The bartender was very helpful in letting me know that they were pretty much the same place as Lumberyard as far as beers are concerned. The brewer must be the same? I don't know. They did have a couple beers that Lumberyard didn't, so I tried those. The quality was okay, nothing spectacular. Prices were good, though. $1.50 for a sample pour.
Visited during walking tour across streets of Flagstaff. Good service and very good pizzas. Quite popular place and nice to see two nuns drinking beer at the next table. Beers were little bit of boring. Flights of 4 available.
Old school brewery with country feel and vibe. I had a flight of all they had, beers are average brews, but the burger was outstanding. No happy hour prices:( the pool hall area next door has all the specials. Downtown location was great for hitting up many other breweries. Still worth the tick, oldest in Flagstaff.
Old restaurant decor and feel. Kind of felt like stepping back in time a little bit, but whatever works.
It was pretty crowded around dinner time on a Saturday night, but we found a couple seats at the bar. Cheap drinks and even cheaper beers. I almost didn’t believe the bill when I got it, it just didn’t seem like enough.
The core house beers are essentially the same as Lumberyard up the street. There’s also some overlap between the two locations. They do have some unique beers here, though. Beer quality was mostly mediocre with a couple duds. Nothing really stood out.
They have a section separate from the restaurant which is more of a bar and billiard room. Probably the better place to go if you just want to drink.
This was more like a really big bar with a full food menu. Best deal in town if all you want to do is get drunk. Otherwise there isn’t much reason to stop here with other, much better, options a short walk away.
Nicely restored older building give this place a nice feel - especially when coated to its sleeker sister brewpub, Lumberyard. Beer menu is pretty limited, with 8 Lumberyard/ Beaver Street brews on tap with 15 or so cans and bottles. Old was quite good.