Visited during tour across streets of Flagstaff. Unfortunately this was first visited place so I spent only little time and it was pity because if you want Flagstaffís best and freshest IPAs you can find them here. Cheap.
Of the little cluster of downtown-Flag brewpubs, all within a couple blocks of each other, this is the "hippie" one. With a small tasting area and bar right in the brewery and an uber-young staff, live music (one night was good, the other not so much), this was a fun place to hang out, play a game and sip on a couple beers -- which may not have been the most technically perfect, but enjoyable enough. Brewery #713.
Cool older hipster small brewery with relax vibe, guest music and food trucks(Fridays). Cheap taster flights with solid brews, enjoyed the Calypso pale and cold pressed coffee:) Inviting patio with
Barrel firepit outside cutt with their logo. Next to Lumberyard and Beaver Street. Fun place with solid brews, dog friendly too.
About a block away from Beaver Street Brewing, these guys are probably making the best beer in town.
Itís a pretty tight, crowded tasting room as there are a number of tables set up and a small U-shaped bar where you order from and can kind of hang out. Youíre sort of amongst the brewing equipment as well. They do have a patio, but during the colder months Iíd imagine itís not used much.
The service was quite good and the prices are very cheap here, just like everywhere else in town. They had six beers on tap and I thought maybe five of them were pretty good. At least significantly better than almost all of the other breweries around. A pretty good variety of styles, too.
If youíre only going to visit one brewery in town, make it these guys.
Ferris (1315) Burnaby, British Columbia | February 12, 2014| Updated February 13, 2014
A very small working brewery with the tap room inside and an outdoor area. As with all taprooms of this type, itís hard to taste and smell with the wort in the background. Service started cool, but warmed up and became fun as I drank more. Beer is unfortunately a bit average and for that I have to ding them.
Stopped in here the Wednesday afternoon before Thanksgiving. Neat building in an industrial nook on the south side of the tracks. On the edge of downtown but feels tucked away. Bright, open space with a small square bar and a few tables between the tanks. Whole staff seemed to be around. Great people. 5 taps but one was out and one was a blend. Beers were excellent. Good prices. No food. Must-visit when in Flagstaff. Been open a year and itís time they start getting more attention.