stopped in after a trip to Grand Canyon, had a little longer than anticipated thanks to the train to LA being just the 6 hours late... fairly typical US brewpub, had a sample flight, all the beers were ok, nothing outstanding
This brewery and its attached sister restaurant is a fine place for beer and food along I-40 in Arizona. The town has the old West feel and there are tourist shops galore. The brewery has about a dozen and a half taps with some being guest beers. The food is good and plentiful.
One of only 3 places in Williams AZ for beer, but easily 3rd of those 3. Mediocre service, tiny inside, though the outdoor seating is adequate. Good from next door if you want (we didn’t). Beer is all mediocre. The only one of 12 I’d get again is the French saison, which is an unbottled seasonal.
Situated on the neat "Old Route 66" stretch of little Williams AZ, one of the gateways to the Grand Canyon. I love the location. The interior is a bit of a stretch, with a cramped bar seating area smashed into an industrial brewery. There was only one guy tending the serving area on a busy holiday weekend. He was friendly enough and well spirited, but it could be hard to get attention. The beer was just OK, nothing I’d seek out on its own merit. This place scores higher points for a niche location. Brewery #710.
My Fiancé and I had a great time here, the Beer was great, the service was awesome, the ambiance was also very welcoming. I recommend you visit it at least once, you’ll see that you will want to go again.
Visited the brewery. Brew masters showed around personally. Had a very good and deep technical talk about the installation.
Also tasted all the beers in the pub. We were seated next to the musician who was playing the guitar. We actually wanted to be seated near the brewing in the shadow, so we asked for another table. Also the music was too loud. The service could be more friendly and they shoul listen to their clients and not just do what they normally do. There was no vegetarian option on the food list.
Pequeña cerveceria,estilo brewpub.
Barra toda hecha con madera,con un billar artesano.
Solo bebi 2 cervezas de la casa,que fueron refrescantes ya que íbamos de camino al grand canyon y por allí no hay demasiadas cervecerías.
The family stopped here for lunch on our way to our campsite. We sat outside and a local musician was jammin’ some blues and 60’s and 70’s music. It really was perfect except for the wind. I got the sampler with about 7 beers so the selection was good and finished lunch off with the oatmeal stout. Good food and a nice day for lunch.
rout 66 brew pub was closed went next door to crusers to get beer nice staff ok beer it tasted like the glasses had to be rinsed a little bit more some residual soap in the glasses will have to try in a bottle