Flagstaff Arizona is one of our all-time favorite cities. This 4-season mecca has no shortage of fun things to do and is surrounded by some the best country in America. In addition, the numerous Flagstaff breweries offer a unique blend of styles and tastes to satisfy your thirst.
Let’s have a look at the 6 Flagstaff breweries and find the one that’s right for you, your family, and even the dog.
Dark Sky Brewing
Established in just 2014, Dark Sky Brewing pushes the limits on flavor & style with over 385 different recipes to date. They produce anywhere from 1-3 new beers a week!
We loved the chill vibe and it’s got a rotating food truck out back that serves up delicious eats.
Dogs are no longer welcome inside but they can be in the courtyard.
- 117 North Beaver St Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
11AMto 10PM– Monday thru Saturday, 12PMTO 10PM– Sunday
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Flagstaff Brewing Company
Jeff Thorsett opened Flagstaff Brewing in
Sitting in the heart of downtown, Flagstaff Brewing throws down that classic brewpub style we’ve all grown to love. The outdoor seating located alongside in the pedestrian-only alley will be buzzing with activity on a hot day.
- 16 W Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
- Hours 11am til 2am daily
Mother Road Brewing Company
Driving on a dark stretch of
The mission of Mother Road Brewing is to brew distinguished beers and build community one pint at a time. The vibe is chill as you sip away amongst the brewing equipment that you share the room with.
For food don’t miss out on the terrific wood-fired pizzas that can be ordered from one of my favorite restaurants, Pizzicletta next door.
They also have a great dog-friendly outdoor courtyard complete with fire pits and propane heaters. Bring the entire family as kids are welcome here.
- 7 South Mikes Pike Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
- Monday – Closed
- Tuesday 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm
- Wednesday 2:00 pm – 9:00 pm
- Thursday 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Friday Noon – 10:00 pm
- Saturday Noon – 10:00 pm
- Sunday Noon – 9:00 pm
Restored from one of the last standing buildings from Flagstaff’s lumber era, sits the Lumberyard Brewing Company. This large establishment has a bit more of a restaurant feel and would be ideal for large groups. Under the same ownership as Beaver Street Brewery.
While it lacks that small-town quaint vibe it offers a good variety of food that is sure to please everyone in your group. They also have a large outdoor courtyard for those sunny Arizona days.
- 5 S. San Francisco St. Flagstaff, AZ 86001
- Hours Sun – Tues: 11am – 11pm
- Hours Wed – Sat: 11am – 2am
“Founded in 2013 in Flagstaff, Arizona, Historic Brewing Company was built on the desire to do what we want, when we want to do it, and with the
Don’t be fooled by the rather bland building that Historic sits in. Once you come inside you’ll be rewarded with a fun decor and
- 4366 E Huntington Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86004
- M-Th 3p–9p
- F 3p–9p
- Sa 12p–9p
- Su 1p–7p
Beaver Street Brewery
In March of 1994, Beaver Street Brewery opened its doors as Flagstaff’s first brewpub. Over the years Beaver Street Brewery’s beer has been well received by the public and has won numerous awards. Their sister brewery is the Lumbaryard Brewery.
Beaver street has the classic wooden pub style bar with a large dining area that can accommodate large groups. Similar to the Lumbaryard, they have a large and plentiful menu.
- 11 S. Beaver St. Flagstaff, AZ 86001
- Sun – Wed: 11am – 10pm
- Thursday: 11am – 11pm
- Fri – Sat: 11am – 12am
Hotel Monte Vista Cocktail Lounge
While this is not a brewery I couldn’t resist giving Monte Vista an honorable mention. Take a step back in time with Flagstaff’s first speakeasy.
Historically, The Monte Vista Cocktail Lounge was the first speakeasy in Flagstaff, welcoming everyone from celebrities and law-breakers to skiers and river runners. During prohibition, the Cocktail Lounge opened and was successfully running a major bootlegging operation in the very same location as today! Come 1931, the Cocktail Lounge was raided by officials and was forced to close their doors until prohibition ended two years later.