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    AZ top 3 brewery advice (Flagstaff/Sedona/Prescott area)

    I did a thread search and couldn't find any specific recommendations on beer in the area. I'm going to be in the Sedona area in a week and was wondering what top 3 breweries you guys would recommend? I did a bit of research and they all look pretty good, but who has the best beer in your opinion?

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    When you're in flag do this: go to Mother Road Brewing Microbrewery in Flagstaff Arizona and have a black IPA. Then go to Flagstaff Bicycle Revolution. Northern Arizona's community cycling destenation. a bike shop that shares the building with the brewery and get some trail beta. Hungry? Order a pizza from Pizzicletta also in the same building and eat it at Mother road. Beer, bikes, and pizza under the same roof. What could be better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDKeg View Post
    I did a thread search and couldn't find any specific recommendations on beer in the area. I'm going to be in the Sedona area in a week and was wondering what top 3 breweries you guys would recommend? I did a bit of research and they all look pretty good, but who has the best beer in your opinion?

    btw, tons of awesome beta and info in the stickies, well done!
    Two words: OakCreekBrewery NutBrown. Game over
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Two words: Oak Creek Brewery Nut Brown. Game over
    Learn how to spell dummy!

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    Sorry. Fixed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Two words: OakCreekBrewery NutBrown. Game over
    For real? No, I mean, really, for real?

    I took one drink of that vile swill and poured the rest down the drain. I wouldn't take another if you paid me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eazy_E View Post
    For real? No, I mean, really, for real?

    I took one drink of that vile swill and poured the rest down the drain. I wouldn't take another if you paid me.
    Sucks to be you. Let me guess, your beer of choice includes a piece of fruit?
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    Being a brewer in AZ, my favorites are Oak Creek (Sedona), Four Peaks(Tempe), Lumberyard(Flag), and Mother Road (Flag) in that order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eazy_E View Post
    For real? No, I mean, really, for real?

    I took one drink of that vile swill and poured the rest down the drain. I wouldn't take another if you paid me.
    I'm curious about this. Where did you buy the beer from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    I'm curious about this. Where did you buy the beer from?
    I believe it was the Sunflower on 7th and Bell in PHX. It would have been about a year ago that I bought it.

    It might have been rank, but I just remember it tasting bitter, like a strong IPA. I hate IPA anyway, so that's no shock. The other people I gave the rest of the six to didn't complain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eazy_E View Post
    I just remember it tasting bitter, like a strong IPA.
    That ain't the nut brown.

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    Lumberyard *imperial* red.
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    Eazy E is just used to his local St. Louis brew-bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Two words: OakCreekBrewery NutBrown. Game over
    +1 The wings are excellent at that place as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    That ain't the nut brown.
    That's what the bottle I had said. I explicitly remember it being nut brown and having a bad taste. It happens, I'll try other stuff from them, but the nut brown is a forever no go for me.

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    Eazy E is just used to his local St. Louis brew-bud
    Here's the REAL hometown brew:
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    7.36 for a 12bk of bottles at Walmart. And I actually like it.

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    huh..wrong thread

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    Do you post on beer boards looking for trail maps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    Do you post on beer boards looking for trail maps?
    ^^^fails to realize that 110% of all mountain bikers drink beer.

    P.S. Tecate is not brewed in Arizona.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    ^^^fails to realize that 110% of all mountain bikers drink beer.

    P.S. Tecate is not brewed in Arizona.
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    This thread is making me thirsty!

    I have added a couple of new beers to the list i need to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eazy_E View Post
    I believe it was the Sunflower on 7th and Bell in PHX. It would have been about a year ago that I bought it.

    It might have been rank, but I just remember it tasting bitter, like a strong IPA. I hate IPA anyway, so that's no shock. The other people I gave the rest of the six to didn't complain.
    That's not Nut Brown, I can tell you that much.

    One of the things I see a lot in PHX is stores storing beer on a shelf rather than in a cooler. Don't buy warm beer. Best case scenario, the flavors will be off and worst case you'll wind up with mud butt. Either way, it's no good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    Do you post on beer boards looking for trail maps?
    That reminded me...thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    That reminded me...thanks!

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    excellent beer map, thanks! Sounds like mother road/bicycle revolution and lumberyard will be top of my list when i'm passing through flagstaff.

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    Wanderlust Brewery in Flagstaff for something not designed for Maricopa County....only open Thurs and Fri night right now...but you can get them at Hops on Birch in Flagstaff as well as other locations....drank his Belgian at Diablo Burger just this last week.....yum.

    Oak Creek Brewery....go to the brewery, not the tap room at Tlaquepaque....free pop corn....much better beer that you can only get there and not at the tap room or in bottles....plus you have good hot dogs

    Mother Road Brew.....as 77 said above....pizza, beer and bikes in the same building....what can go wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maadjurguer View Post
    .....as 77 said above....pizza, beer and bikes in the same building....what can go wrong?
    Well, I have gained some weight since the brewery opened.

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    MMMMMM....Nut Brown Ale FTW!!!

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    Now that we're all thirsty, if anybody is in Tucson on Saturday there is the inaugural Springfest Beer Festival if you want to try out some beer from all over the state. I know all the breweries mentioned will be there and then some... Arizona Craft Brewers Guild
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    Gordon Biersch - too corporate?

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    All right. 11 years in Prescott and frequent trips to Flagstaff:

    Prescott Brewing Company. Usually very solid on beer. Good seasonal/limited production beers that are available from time to time, including abbeys, stouts, ipas, reds, and pretty much everything. The quality of the brew was usually top notch. The staple is the Liquid Amber. While they aren't quite as varied as a few brewers that just go insane with some of their different types, I could always count on them to not throw a curve ball and they seem to have a real passion for brewing. The food on the other hand left something to be desired at times. I'd say over the years this HAS improved, and it's not horrible, it's just that some comparable breweries are better in this way. They still have some unique food that is very good, especially the burger with the pub-dip and the wings specifically are second to none in and around Prescott. The ambiance and location is top-notch, decorated pretty neat inside with it's own unique flair.

    Beaver Street Brewery: Good beer. Again, I could always count on it being good, but not quite at the level of PBC. Their claim to fame is their Railhead Red, and it's definitely good, but I'd often have a hard time finding their other beers to be unique AND exemplary. Not that PBC was always that much better, it just seemed it was a little better most of the time as far as the liquid goods. Where the BSB stood out was food. The food quality and recipes are better IME, and that made it a better post-ride place for me. Better looking waitresses much of the time. Decorated like you'd expect, nothing too surprising. Outside seating is kind of nice too on a summer day.

    If I could have the beer of PBC with the food of BSB, I would consider that to be near perfection. I've been to some breweries with better beer in NorCal, but it's not by much and the food wasn't any better.

    Flagstaff Brewery: Not really a beer brewery, even though they do brew beer and do have some food. The reason I mention this is that if you like tasting scotch/whiskey, they have a selection that is second to none with some interesting local varieties.

    4 Peaks (Tempe): Only went a few times. Beer seemed good. Food seemed good. Location is middle of the city. Although it seems like a good brewery, I like having the breweries in places like Flagstaff and Prescott more.

    Oak Creek Brewery: Meh...nothing much to see here IME.
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    Wanderlust Brewery, in Flag, is the dream of a cyclist who used to put on a pretty cool grassroots race, The Crazy88.
    I sampled some of his beers at one of those races and found them all to be good and interesting. His taproom has limited hours but the "BeerFinder" on his website Wanderlust Brewing Company | Beers for the journey will get your pint filled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
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    Lol! "Destenation" anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    All right. 11 years in Prescott and frequent trips to Flagstaff:

    Prescott Brewing Company. Usually very solid on beer. Good seasonal/limited production beers that are available from time to time, including abbeys, stouts, ipas, reds, and pretty much everything. The quality of the brew was usually top notch. The staple is the Liquid Amber. While they aren't quite as varied as a few brewers that just go insane with some of their different types, I could always count on them to not throw a curve ball and they seem to have a real passion for brewing. The food on the other hand left something to be desired at times. I'd say over the years this HAS improved, and it's not horrible, it's just that some comparable breweries are better in this way. They still have some unique food that is very good, especially the burger with the pub-dip and the wings specifically are second to none in and around Prescott. The ambiance and location is top-notch, decorated pretty neat inside with it's own unique flair.

    Beaver Street Brewery: Good beer. Again, I could always count on it being good, but not quite at the level of PBC. Their claim to fame is their Railhead Red, and it's definitely good, but I'd often have a hard time finding their other beers to be unique AND exemplary. Not that PBC was always that much better, it just seemed it was a little better most of the time as far as the liquid goods. Where the BSB stood out was food. The food quality and recipes are better IME, and that made it a better post-ride place for me. Better looking waitresses much of the time. Decorated like you'd expect, nothing too surprising. Outside seating is kind of nice too on a summer day.

    If I could have the beer of PBC with the food of BSB, I would consider that to be near perfection. I've been to some breweries with better beer in NorCal, but it's not by much and the food wasn't any better.

    Flagstaff Brewery: Not really a beer brewery, even though they do brew beer and do have some food. The reason I mention this is that if you like tasting scotch/whiskey, they have a selection that is second to none with some interesting local varieties.

    4 Peaks (Tempe): Only went a few times. Beer seemed good. Food seemed good. Location is middle of the city. Although it seems like a good brewery, I like having the breweries in places like Flagstaff and Prescott more.

    Oak Creek Brewery: Meh...nothing much to see here IME.
    Anybody who lists Prescott Brewery in their top choices of AZ breweries cannot be trusted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelg View Post
    Lol! "Destenation" anyone?

    Glass houses bro.

    Destyn8ion?

    It was you know, the ironing, you know because he said tow words ant then said like fore words so the joke would have been learnt how to count but i made the other joke for the laugh havings.

    *EDIT: I just looked at my post and that spelling is from FBR not me. "Precious's" spelling is really bad. I have to edit a lot of FBR facebook posts. Like when he announced "FlagBikeRev is now eccepting applications.
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    how is fbc "not really a beer brewery"? interesting take... they are definitely a small brewery but i believe i have been drinking their beer on and off (mostly off for the last decade) since 95. i would say i had the shits for my entire junior year at nau thanks to blackbird porter. the babbaganouj is a pretty decent ipa but unfortunately doesnt come close to sniffin the top notch san diego ipas.

    id go with mother road, beaver street, four peaks and flag poo co... in that order. the last couple times ive had nimbus it was very underwhelming... never tried prescott but i will def give it a go on jayem's rec. loved good canned beer!

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    there should be a MEME for arguing about beer on the internet...

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    Going to avoid repeats, and just add that if you can make it down into Chandler visit San Tan Brewery. Great Beer & Food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by juggles View Post
    Going to avoid repeats, and just add that if you can make it down into Chandler visit San Tan Brewery. Great Beer & Food!
    I 2nd that. The Devil's Ale is delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    Destyn8ion?

    It was you know, the ironing, you know because he said tow words ant then said like fore words so the joke would have been learnt how to count but i made the other joke for the laugh havings.

    *EDIT: I just looked at my post and that spelling is from FBR not me. "Precious's" spelling is really bad. I have to edit a lot of FBR facebook posts. Like when he announced "FlagBikeRev is now eccepting applications.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Anybody who lists Prescott Brewery in their top choices of AZ breweries cannot be trusted.
    Was/is not my top choice. Just happened to list it first. BSB food and location usually win me over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_ending View Post
    how is fbc "not really a beer brewery"? interesting take... they are definitely a small brewery but i believe i have been drinking their beer on and off (mostly off for the last decade) since 95. i would say i had the shits for my entire junior year at nau thanks to blackbird porter. the babbaganouj is a pretty decent ipa but unfortunately doesnt come close to sniffin the top notch san diego ipas!
    So-so food selection, not necessarily the widest selection/most interesting brews, not the same setting as other breweries, rarely something radical (oak barrel aged stout, etc), and so on. I definitely don't hate it and have been there a few times, but if you are going there looking for an outstanding brewery, I think it may be a bit disappointing. Was great as my launch-point for the Social D concert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    Was/is not my top choice. Just happened to list it first. BSB food and location usually win me over.
    I said "top choices." PBC (and BSB for that matter) where good once. But they are getting left behind, IMO. The art of beer making is leaving them in the dust. I agree with you about 4 Peaks. And look how they have evolved since they first started brewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_ending View Post
    how is fbc "not really a beer brewery"?
    and flag poo co...
    FBC is not a brewery that I go to in order to drink their beer. I love the guest taps/cans/bottles but haven't had a great beer that they brew. Having said that, they have the scene that any brewery needs; lots of people and good music and good beer...its just a shame it isn't their beer...
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    Love San Tan as well, much better IMO than 4peaks.

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    I won't get into the ranking game since I think each of the Flag area breweries has 2-3 excellent beers. But here is my idea of a good Friday afternoon tour...
    - Stop at Majestic Mobil on Milton. Buy something Belgium and something German. Save for later.
    - In no particular order: Mother Road, Beaver Street, Lumberyard, Flag Brewing, Wanderlust.
    - Hit the taps at: Hops on Birch, Uptown Pubhouse (aka Uptown Billards), Mia's, and Pay N Take.
    - Machacha breakfast burrito from Polibertos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkrw3 View Post
    Love San Tan as well, much better IMO than 4peaks.
    better food AND beer at that!
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    i agree their beer isnt too great. i didnt know better when i was younger but, as i mentioned, dont drink it anymore with any regularity. if i stop by there these days there is 95% chance ill be drinking a guest tap or scotch (fantastic scotch selection).

    i put the place on my list more out of nostalgia than because their beer is good. regardless, its definitely a brewery.

    overall, id say arizona is sorely lacking in quality craft breweries... especially compared to all of our neighboring states other than nevada. id say that even new mexico clearly kicks our ass... marble, sante fe and la cumbre are all great. we're an absolute embarrassment compared to so or norcal and brahlorado. utah steps up... uinta has really been growing on me.

    enough of this... im going for a ride then hammering down a few happy camper ipas!

    TGIF!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_ending View Post
    overall, id say arizona is sorely lacking in quality craft breweries...
    Not sure what Arizona you are in, but Az got multiple big mentions for its high quality craft brews and breweries this year.

    Personally I feel like we are quickly drawing closer to "passing" Colorado on the imaginary scale that measures how good o craft brews each state has. California still a ways off...just my 2c
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    Quote Originally Posted by juggles View Post
    Personally I feel like we are quickly drawing closer to "passing" Colorado on the imaginary scale that measures how good o craft brews each state has. California still a ways off...just my 2c
    I'm pretty stoked to try some of what AZ has to offer. The breweries on the western slope of CO are severely lacking. All the good beer in this state is out on the front range (Denver/Boulder/Fort Collins). Luckily the liquor stores regularly stock good bombers and 6 packs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy_ending View Post
    id say that even new mexico clearly kicks our ass... marble, sante fe and la cumbre are all great.
    Didn't think Santa Fe was all that great.
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