A cozy place serving nice ribs and decent brews. The other food served looked quite delicious too. A bit expensive, not to Norwegian standards though. Tje service were efficient and informative, but all those involved lacked a little smile. If ever in this beautiful part of the States. it’s a place worth stopping by.
On vacation in Sedona a few years back. My son and I tried to find this place after dark and hard to find with fire pit and some fruit lights visable from the parking lot and not by a road. 3 people were by the firepit and just my son and I at the bar. I had the sample tray of beers that was ok.
Came here during our Sedona vacation, mostly for the hotdogs. Simon s hotdogs in brewery has amazing hotdogs I got the Columbian sooo good. The patio is nice , they were having bands later, inside standard brewery, 5 normal brews on tap plus 2 specials. I had Crimson Red Ale which I liked a lot
Stopped in here for lunch one day while vacationing in Sedona. Beer selection and quality are typical for a brewpub - good but not great. Food was very good as was the service. Planned to come back Friday evening for their advertised May 4th Cinco de Mayo party. Got there at 8:30 PM and were told it was closed. Tried to explain we didn’t want food but to just sit at the bar. "No" the man at the door exclaimed, "Everything’s closed"! Talk about a bummer. This seems to be typical of most bar/restaraunts in Sedona.
Day trip from Phoenix, we stopped in for refreshments and some food. There was a bit of a wait for a table then we were crammed into a booth, not the best experience. The beer and food quickly eased the mood. The beer was typical, nothing out of the ordinary. I wish these guys would branch out more. The food portions were great, offerings were better. I think everyone at the table got a different plate of food. In the area, this is a nice spot to go along with the views.
Stopped by both. The one at Telaquepaque was geared more towards tourists at the resort. Clean, more upscale, with a full menu. The one on 89A was more of a local hangout. A dark bar that was expectedly well used. It must have been bongo night. Bring your bongo and get a free beer, I guess. When we got there there were 10 people playing tribal trance percussions. When we left an hour later there were 20 with people still walking in with there drums. Overall: This place was weathered and not so clean on the inside but the patio was nice with red brick flooring and a fountain. You could really feel the Sedona culture here. They had a handfull of beers on tap and a few wines and that was it. Being a former Long Wongs of Tempe patron I am used to this. Not sure if they had food.