Stopped in at lunchtime on a Tuesday. It was pretty empty (indicator?). We might’ve stayed to eat, but we had a dog in the car, and because they’re upstairs with no outside access to their patio, can’t accept critters. So we settled for a couple beers, all of one of which we can get in cans at home. The bartender was friendly enough and the beer was OK. The place itself is kinda squished-in and dark for Arizona. I felt like I was in a super warm upstate New York tavern. Brewery #736.
Separate brewpub from the actual brewery - hard to find in a walled arts and crafts village - but worth the struggle to find it. Very nice patio area overlooking the arts and crafts village with views of some of the beautiful red rocks of Sedona. Have at least five of their own beers on tap - all were above average. Service was quick and friendly and the servings were large. I had a pizza - very good.
Nothing special, but certainly a welcomed suprise in the Tlaquepaqi shopping area of Sedona. Respectable selection of local brews on tap, but little more to offer. Knowledgable bartender and good food. Worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Came here multiple time on my last trip to Sedona and will revisit when i’m there next year. Its service was great, that atmosphere in nice, and they have some ok local brews. We had this one pesto white pizza that was so ridiculously good we went back at end of week to get again.
Had some beers at the bar and lunch here. Great location in a artsy area. Great service all around. Selection was solid with a normal line up and some good seasonals. Food was typical brewpub style but good. Decent value for being in a tourist/high end area. Overall a great place to stop if in the area, Sedona is a very beautiful area of Arizona.
Stopped in for lunch as Grand Canyon was shut by our geniuses in DC. Beautiful drive down from Flagstaff. Nice pub in upper scale shopping area. They had a sampler they call "7 dwarves " look like the core beers and 2 seasonal. Beers were solid, my fav was nut brown ale that was malty but not cloying. It was not over the top roasty like a lot of mediocre brown ales are. A lot of the brown ales I have make me wonder if anyone’s ever drank Newcastle. Other good beers were pale ale, porter, the hefeweizen, gf liked the amber. They had a couple lagers- sessionable. IPA was mediocre. And a really bad wheat chick beer. Food was solid. Good stop and absolutely beautiful location.