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Taps: 22 / Bottles: 225
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
26 S San Francisco St
phone: (928) 774-3315
Reviews by DPFRD:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $
Mia's is the best beer spot in flagstaff.
It is not a brewery, but their tap is righteous and their booze outlet on the side always has some choice nuggets hiding in it. Found some 120 minute in here long after it had been depleted in phoenix.
Last time I was there, they had a rocking selection on their tap... St. Bernardus ABT 12 was what I was milking on.
They have a nice big stage with great bands playing all kinds of styles.
Only gripe I have is the amount of dogs running around in there, but that's a flagstaff thing.
02-06-2011 09:36:47 |
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United Kingdom (England)
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | $$
Just south of Route 66 in the old downtown area of Flagstaff and within easy walking distance of most places within the city.
As you enter there is a beer shop to your left, straight on is the dark/black interior of this low barroom. A stage is in the far right corner, there is a posh wine bar behind the regular bar to the rear left and a patio area out the back. Find your own way to the toilets.
Plenty of pulls and a beer list that interested me, but might not a US based BA?
This was a Saturday afternoon in May 2010, bright outside, dark in here. Five other customers and a barmaid who didn't have a clue, luckily one of the regulars was a beer geek and we had a good chat about beer in general (he recommended The Greenroom, which turned out a good call).
A party came in wanting five different German alcoholic drinks (for some drinking game they were playing), the barmaid was completely lost, I noticed the Beck's in her fridge, so that was one (she had no idea it was German), she wanted to give them a Grolsch, but I explained that was Dutch, Jagermeister she found herself. The local beer geek knew she had a bock somewhere, so she located one of those. A honey based snaps was russelled up and I have no idea what the final drink was, but the barmaid was being led by her customers and everyone seemed to be having a good time thinking of German drinks.
Anyway, my beers ($1.00 off all taps) started with a bottle of Turbodog (Abita, Louisiana) and finished with a SKA Pinestrip Red Ale, via a Deuschutes Hop Henge. All seemed fine to me, but I've never had them before, so who knows if they were top notch or not?
It was warm and sunny outside and we had other bars to find, so we left for more elsewhere. Friendly enough, a bit quiet before and after the German interlude. It did seem a night time sort of place, but we didn't return to check it out.
05-24-2010 11:27:29 |
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