Visited spring 2012 on my way to California. I was very impressed with this place. Had at least 12 of their own beers on as well as a few guest taps. Cool location right in downtown Flagstaff next to the BNSF mainline. Beer was decent to above average however, i didnt drink much since i had to keep driving. I would go back to this place for sure! Service was good, friendly and fast.
Don't remember it having a huge range beyond their own beer, but really enjoyed my visit. Brilliant chicken wings, great ambience and service. Had about eight of their own beers on tap and do tasting flights. Fun place.
Got very confusing after entering bar because they had almost same beers available as Beaver Street Brewery couple of blocks away. Same owners so it is natural but I am still confused do they really have 2 different breweries or is the different name only marketing. IMO worst of the 3 places in the southern part of Flagstaff downtown. Very cheap. Didnt try food.
This is a nice oasis in Flagstaff and a very busy location right on the tracks on Route 66, downtown. The place is large and offers a wide range of their own beers for on and off-site consumption, including bottles and growlers. The food is good and everything well priced. Everyone working here was friendly and spoke to us.
I’m pretty sure this is a spin-off of Beaver Street, which is right next door and almost exactly the same place, serving the same standard US brewpub fare. It was packed the night we visited, a good sign I suppose. Everthing -- food, beer and service -- was in the average-to-good range. Good downtown location. Brewery #712.
Huge warehouse brewery right next to the railroad tracks. Both days I visited it was packed, cool firepit outside. Great food with decent brews. Loads of parking which seem like they need it. Walking distance from downtown and more breweries. Yeah:)
Pretty decent sized brewpub, but that didn’t stop it from being totally packed on the weekend nights. Tried to come Friday and it was just too long to wait for a seat, so tried again Saturday and luckily got seated almost right away.
As with Beaver Street, there is some overlap in the beer list as both breweries are owned by the same people and have the same core lineup of beers. But, these guys seem to be the bigger game in town and have more unique stuff of their own.
Also like Beaver Street, the prices on beers here is pretty damn cheap. I ordered a set of tasters, which are $0.75 each. One of them was their Barrel Aged IPA (dumb), and when the beers came, the waitress apologized that she forgot to tell me that one was a whopping $1. I had to try to not laugh while I assured her it was alright.
Anyway, the place has sort of a sports bar theme and seemed to be more full of a younger (I suppose NAU) crowd than some of the other breweries in the area.
Food menu is pretty extensive, though it’s mostly your typical bar food. Tried an item called "The Mess", which is essentially like poutine but instead of cheese curds it has queso fresco on it. Ate pretty good, but it’s fries and gravy, so how bad can it really be?
Visited on a busy Thursday night nice crowd, located right near Northern Arizona university, good mix with the crowd.
Lumberyard 10 beers on tap had all except the raspberry chick beer . Flight of 6 3oz samples 4.5$. Pretty good selection;Octoberfest - good Malty, pils was, a good brown ale, a nice porter roasty, IPA excellent, imperial red kicks ass comes in at 9.5%. The Red ale was good, the English pale ale was nice, hefeweizen was ok. All in all very good beers, nice job, if in area a must stop.