Beaver Street Brewery
Beaver Street Brewery

Beaver Street Brewery

11 S. Beaver St. #1, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001

The basics

A brewpub is a place of gathering, comfort, and beer, and Beaver Street Brewery has all three, including an outdoor beer garden with great views of the San Francisco Peaks. Flagship beers include Railhead Red, Flagstaff IPA, and Red Rock Raspberry, but look out for seasonal offerings year-round. The wide-ranging, elevated menu includes gastropub classics with a touch of flair—think fries with garlic and truffle oil or wood-fired pizza with Baja shrimp.

Show all

Things to know before you go

  • For those looking for a 21+ bar, you'll find Brews & Cues next to the brewery, offering five full-sized pool tables, TVs, and a wide selection of beers, craft cocktails, and happy hour specials.

  • For regulars, consider becoming a member of the BS Brew Club for a $60 annual fee, which includes free entry into events, a free t-shirt and pint glass, and a slew of discounts on food, beer, merchandise, and pool.

  • Beaver Street Brewery's sister brewery, Lumberyard Brewery, is located just a few blocks away in a historic building that once served as a lumberyard.

Show all

How to get there

As its name implies, Beaver Street Brewery is located on Beaver Street in Flagstaff, Arizona, just steps from Route 66 and the Flagstaff rail station. Specifically, 11 S. Beaver St. is between West Phoenix Ave and West Cottage Ave, just south of Route 66. Lumberyard Brewery is located nearby on South San Francisco Street.

Show all

When to get there

Beaver Street Brewery & Whistle Stop Café is open every day at 11:30am. The restaurant closes at 9pm on Sunday through Thursday and at 10 pm on Friday and Saturday. If you want creative events like Harry Potter Scavenger Hunts and trivia nights, check out the latest event listings on the Beaver Street Instagram, Facebook, and website.

Show all

Find More Breweries on the Flagstaff Brewery Trail

Craft beer often accompanies outdoor adventure, and Flagstaff has both in droves. While Beaver Street Brewery was the first brewpub in town, check out the following breweries on the Flagstaff Brewery Trail. Eight locations are a part of the trail, including Beaver Street and Lumberyard Breweries. Get a "stamp" on your digital passport, found at Bring your completed passport to one of two Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau locations for a commemorative pint glass.

Show all
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are the nearest attractions to Beaver Street Brewery?