Beaver Street Brewery – Flagstaff, Arizona





Drive the streets of old Flagstaff starting at Butler and San Francisco Streets. The narrow lanes do provide parallel parking on the street or you can park in a lot close to the shopping or dining of your choice.


Step into the Beaver Street Brewery and you are greeted by this antique stove that actually gets used in the winter months.


Beaver Street Brewery is a Micro Brewery, providing fine ales to its patrons.


Watch as your pizza is prepared to your specifications then cooked in a genuine wood fired brick oven.


Booths and tables aplenty for dining, stopping in on a hot day for a cool drink, gather with your friends and family after a full day of hiking or climbing to enjoy the great food at the Beaver Street Brewery.

If for nothing else stop in to see the stoves that heat the place on the coldest winter day.





Fondues, salads like Seared Ahi, Mongolian Beef, and a Grilled Salmon; sandwiches, steaks, and chicken dishes to fill you up.

Joe and I are passing an hour here awaiting our hotel room to be ready while we wait at another diesel repair shop with my truck in one again with a Check Engine light and a surging engine or transmission. Joe is getting in on the fun with a starter that didn’t want to start this morning in Holbrook, Arizona. We’ve made a little over 300 miles since yesterday.

At least we are 300 miles closer to Oakland.



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I am an over the road truck driver in Drive-Away Transport part of the year, and the sole bookkeeper of this operation the other part of the year. I do a lot of whining until I can get in my craft room and play with paper and glue. View all posts by Message In A Fold

6 responses to “Beaver Street Brewery – Flagstaff, Arizona

  • Jann Gray

    I am glad you found a fun place to do some more “waiting!” I am definitely putting this place on my list for future travel! Thanks for sharing!

    May tomorrow be a better day!

    • Message In A Fold

      You would enjoy this place. There are many little shops that are worth exploring.

      This area is the older part of town which has been restored and brought back to life. Across the railroad tracks is another part of downtown Flagstaff with more shops and service businesses, such as upscale beauty salons and professional offices.

      Hope you get a chance to come up here sometime. It is in the higher altitude and has much, much, cooler temps than down in the lower and hotter altitudes of Arizona.

      Love you – Leslie

  • gardenpinks

    What a lovely place and those stoves are beautiful. Hope you are not waiting there too long and that you can soon say goodbye to those trucks 🙂

    Phew I have caught up at last, well with you I have 😀

    Love and hugs
    Lynn xx

    • Message In A Fold

      The Beaver Street Brewery has become a favorite of ours. We’ve taken both of our girls and their men there and have enjoyed ourselves immensely.

      Aren’t those stoves fantastic?! I’d love to find one of those some day at a sale and have in our home for one of those cold and gray days that call for a sit by the fire. A girl can always dream 😀

      Love you – Leslie

  • pati

    The place looks quite interesting. I especially like the wood burning stove they cook the pizza in, doesnt look like they could do many at once. Its interesting the places you take us all to. Lol. Love u sis, good night.

    • Message In A Fold

      The pizza oven has enough room to cook eight pizzas. Can you believe it?!

      Those stoves are truly beautiful. I have no idea if the are wood fired or gas. I bet they get the restaurant plenty cozy during a cold winter’s day.

      Love you Sis

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