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.
I sat out side when I went to this place. The beers were ok but the food was good. I had some fried pickles. The waitress was friendly. Prices were a little high but that’s to be expected in Sedona. I think.
This place was fortunately right around the corner from the hotel. Beer was needed and it was found so my opinion is probably more complimentary than warranted. Beer is OK, food was better (at least the Baja burger was). Bartender seemed to have other things to do rather than be friendly, location of bar was right in front of the kitchen and not so comfortable a bar experience.
Stopped by for a Friday lunch and enjoyed terrific service and a very good meal (Steamboat Rock BLT and Caprese Chicken Sandwich). When I wavered between ordering the Doc’s Pale Ale and the seasonal IPA, the waitress offered to bring sampler glasses of both. Went with the former and was very happy with the choice. Windows along one side of the restaurant allow views of the surrounding red rock formations. Prices were about what you would expect for a touristy town like Sedona.
This place sucks. the beer was sub par at best, and the food was country club quality at best. the prices were outrageous we hat a sampler 2 glasses of wine 1 app and 1 dinner we paid $110 after tip. the beer was a joke the food was crap. Do not waste your time or money here> drive to flagstaff and check out the beer there you will thank yourself
Multiple visits in one week and it was spectacular each time. Great little location at Tlaquepaque, just south down the hill from the intersection of 89A and 179.
All beers are above average but not exceptional. Doc’s pale ale had a good hop profile, Amber is widely distributed in AZ (as is the nut brown).
Cute second floor location among many little shops and art galleries. This is the only brewpub in town, and offers the freshest beer in town as well - the Amber & Nut brown ales are fairly well known.
Service was prompt and courteous, and I loved how the waitstaff on the whole was more advanced in years than most places today.
The menu & food has a focus on rich flavors and I loved this aspect of the restaurant. The beer pretzels are served with fondue, the beer battered onion rings are served with a spiced ranch, and the pizzas have fresh and flavorful ingredients. For example:
Smoking Gun pizza: Smoked Gouda and provolone cheeses with caramelized onions, roasted garlic, sun dried tomatoes, pine nuts and basil pesto.
My favorite pizza: Crimini mushrooms, fresh spinach, Fontini and Brie cheeses, red onions, roasted garlic and toasted pine nuts with garlic olive oil.
I’d like to add that the cheese is generous on the pizza as well, similar to what you get when ordering extra cheese from a typical pizzeria.
Beer was solid, nothing earth shattering. Food was pretty good. We had a tasty pizza. I had a pear hefe that was pretty strange, but props for trying something different. Your standard Amber, PA, porter, etc. Located in a touristy shopping area. Server seemed knowledgable, plus he was a ringer for Billy Mays!
Had a little trouble finding this brewery. Had eight beers on tap. I think the amber was the best. Food was good. had a steak sandwich. It was a little pricey. But, overall a good experience. Would go again.
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.