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The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Newly Renovated Taproom in Williams, AZ

The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Newly Renovated Taproom in Williams, AZ

Williams, AZ (March 18, 2015)— Spring has sprung in the cozy town of Williams, AZ. 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…

Shaggy Bock, the Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Spring Seasonal – Now in Stores & on Tap in Arizona & Nevada

Shaggy Bock, the Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Spring Seasonal – Now in Stores & on Tap in Arizona & Nevada

Phoenix, AZ (March 6, 2015)— Inspired by the majestic juniper trees that span for miles across the rim of the Grand Canyon,  Shaggy Bock is back! With its smoky malt flavor, Shaggy Bock will have you dreaming of camping trips, mountain climbing and white water rafting down the Grand Canyon trails….read more

Scotchy Scotch Scotch Ale: an Arizona Craft Beer Collaboration Brew

Scotchy Scotch Scotch Ale: an Arizona Craft Beer Collaboration Brew

The Grand Canyon Brewing Company & Borderlands Brewing Company team up for an Arizona Beer Week craft beer collaboration Phoenix, AZ (January 20, 2015)—Scotchy Scotch Scotch Ale – try and say that three times fast! With Arizona Craft Beer Week right around the corner, local brewers from the Grand Canyon Brewing Company and Borderlands Brewing…

Winter Bourbon Barrel Bomber, The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Winter Seasonal

Winter Bourbon Barrel Bomber, The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Winter Seasonal

The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Winter Bourbon Barrel Bomber Returns, November 10, 2014 Just in time for cozy fireside nights, the GCB delivers the full body flavor with bourbon, maple syrup and aged oak – it’s a winter wonderland Phoenix, AZ (November 4, 2014)—The holidays are near and that means it’s time for cozy fireside…

The Flavor Bomb—an Innovative Beer Conditioning Widget is Now Available to Homebrewers

The Flavor Bomb—an Innovative Beer Conditioning Widget is Now Available to Homebrewers

For the past year, the Grand Canyon Brewing Company has quietly been working on an invention that will revolutionize the craft beer industry; they call it the Flavor Bomb—a patent pending, beer conditioning flavor widget—the longer it’s left in a bottle of beer, the better the flavor. The Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s patent-pending Flavor Bomb…

No fall lineup would be complete without a harvest bounty and the Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Pumpkin Springs Porter is just that, packed with all of the spices and flavors of fall.

No fall lineup would be complete without a harvest bounty and the Grand Canyon Brewing Company’s Pumpkin Springs Porter is just that, packed with all of the spices and flavors of fall.

  Named after the Grand Canyon phenomena, Pumpkin Pumpkin Springs is a huge pumpkin shaped pond along the Colorado River, overflowing with merky hot springs water stained orange from trace minerals and arsenic. The Grand Canyon Brewing Company recommends getting your pumpkin fix in a bottle of Pumpkin Springs Porter, the hot springs are for viewing…

Grand Canyon Brewery Ruby Red Pale Ale Collaboration Brew with James Swann and Andrew Bauman

Grand Canyon Brewery Ruby Red Pale Ale Collaboration Brew with James Swann and Andrew Bauman

The weather is still blazing hot in Arizona, but rest assured fall is on its way and that means it’s time for pumpkins and spice and everything nice! Our favorite local brewers have been hard at work this summer perfecting their recipes for fall seasonal brews and we’ve put together a list of beers to…

Sacred Saguaro Lager

Sacred Saguaro Lager

Hitting taps and stores this spring through summer.

Reward Your Senses

Reward Your Senses

Reward your senses with a fresh brewed Grand Canyon Brewery handcrafted beer!

840 Million Years in the Making

840 Million Years in the Making

To this day the age of the Grand Canyon is still in question!