Grand Canyon Brewing Company opens renovated taproom

Grand Canyon Brewery now features a renovated tap room. Submitted photo

Grand Canyon Brewery now features a renovated tap room. Submitted photo

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Just in time for warmer weather, thirsty craft beer lovers can grab a pint right from the source. The newly renovated and reopened Grand Canyon Brewing Company taproom features 16 different tap handles including its own core and seasonal brews and a few guest beers - all from local breweries.

The taproom is located within the Grand Canyon Brewing Company's brew house at 233 W. Route 66 in Williams, AZ. Copper tanks, stainless steel fermenters and the smell of bubbling yeast and fresh hops fill the air as the brewing team works to create their award winner beers.

In the past, patrons could enjoy a pint at the neighboring Cruisers Café while grabbing a bite to eat. While service at Cruisers will continue, the taproom offers a more intimate experience for craft beer fans to connect directly with the brewing process, talk to the brewers and see the action happening. The taproom will also offer growler service as well as bottles and cans to take home or along on your Grand Canyon adventure.

"We're excited to reopen the taproom and be able to reconnect with our customers on a personal level. The taproom is a place for locals and tourists to stop by, enjoy a cold beer and learn about the culture of the Grand Canyon Brewing Company," said Alexander Phillips, director of sales and brand ambassador for the Grand Canyon Brewing Company.


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