This is place you want to visit between the two locations. This is just a tap room and is where all the locals come to drink in the evening. I found Sedona to have a lot of eccentric folks because of the "spiritual" sites found around town, and most of them seem to drink here in the evenings. They have a really nice patio area with a firepit. Sedona can get cool in the evenings because it is in the mountains.
They have a good happy hour with cheap beers. I found the season IPA and Imperial red both very good. In addition, I thought the regular offering nut brown, pale ale and porter also quite enjoyale.
Not much food here, just a small hot dog stand and free popcorn.
The bartender however was quite pleased to see "non-locals" visiting and the people there quickly warmed up to us and wanted to know how they found their little place. Beermapping of coarse!
The brewery is off the main road, down Coppertop Road. There isn't an easy to find sign on the outside of the building.
So this is the brewery that helps supply the downtown Sedona brewpub that has such terrible reviews. This spot is where one should have a drink on their way out of Sedona. It's hidden off the main road out of downtown heading west. The taproom is small and cozy, they have a nice firepit in an enclosed garden in the back and they occassionally have music. The first time we went there the bartender was an old hippy lady that was really enthusiatic. The beer isn't too exciting, we tend to have the Nut Brown, nice malt and good on a chilly afternoon in the high desert. They have a guy selling tasty hot dogs and free popcorn. It's a good little place off the between path in an often busy little Boomtown.