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Breweries, Wineries and A Distillery, Oh My!

Black Bridge Brewery

Black Bridge Brewery, or locally known as B3, opened its doors in August of 2013 and is named after a railroad bridge on the outskirts of town and known as a secret party spot for youngsters since the 1960’s.

With year-round beers like Evil Red, Wicked Poison and Scorched Earth, B3 has established a new taste for beer in the Kingman area. But if beer isn’t your thing, they have cold-tap coffee and a signature Ginger Beer. Black Bridge also frequently has Trivia Nights and live entertainment! Black Bridge can be found in downtown Kingman at 421 E Beale St #5833.

Rickety Cricket

Rickety Cricket Brewing established in 2017 as been a staple of downtown Kingman, Arizona. Rickety Cricket produces a wide variety of styles to help satisfy the gament of beer tastes. They strive to produce a high quality lineup of beer that are approachable for the casual beer drinker but nuanced and diverse enough to satisfy even the most discerning beer aficionado. Don’t forget to check out their newly introduced pizza establishment, Dirty Dough Co. ! Rickety Cricket can also be found in downtown Kingman at 312 E Beale St, as well as Dirty Dough Co at 526 E Beale St.

Stetson Winery

Welcome to Stetson Winery and Event Center, an oasis of hospitality, friendliness, good times and relaxed living which is pioneering the grape growing and wine industry in northwest Arizona.

Stetson Winery’s wines have been master crafted by award winning vintner, Eric Glomski. Eric’s passion as a winemaker began a number of years ago while experimenting with making hard cider from apples. When he opened the first bottle, he was stunned. The wine was evocative. This epiphany has blossomed into a stellar career. In 2012, Eric’s wines were chosen as the official wines for the Arizona State Centennial celebrations. Stetson Winery can be found at 10965 Moonscape Way, Kingman, AZ.

Little Old Wine Drinkers

The owners of Little Old Wine Drinkers bought the 6 acre property, which has over 4,000 vines, in 2019. The owners of Little Old Wine Drinkers then built their tasting room in July of 2020. The 2021 harvest will be the first year of their own grapes. Be sure to try their Grape-Strawberry wine, better known as “The Pink Bikini”. Little Old Wine Drinkers can be found at 10919 Sharon Dr, Kingman AZ.

Cella Winery

Micah and Ginger Spencer purchased Cella Wineries from the previous owners, Carlos and Zulma Cella, in late 2020. In 2008, previous owner Carlos planted the first vines (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Syrah) and he produced his first Estate Wines in 2010. Micah Spencer has been studying and learning the ins and outs of wine making, stating Carlos will be teaching him the ropes, or should we say vines, over the next couple harvests. The Spencers reopened the tasting room in early January. The winery and tasting room are ready and stocked for visitors to stop by Thursdays (4-7pm) or Friday-Sunday (11am-6pm). If wine seekers would like to stop in on another day, they can call 928.377.2489 and request an appointment. Most Cella Wines are grown and bottled in Kingman, AZ. Cella Winery can be found at 6927 E Brooks Blvd, Kingman AZ.

Hit up all three wineries in the same trip, as they are all conveniently located within a few minutes of each other!

Diana’s Cellar Door

Diana’s Cellar Door stocks over 140 labels of wine available by the bottle (for carry-out or to enjoy in the wine bar), with about 30 of those also available by the glass. They have roughly 35 beers and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages, with a small menu of appetizers (cheese plate, hummus, bruschetta caprese, olives). They also carry a selection of wine-related items for sale. Cellar Door frequently has live music and open mic nights! Be sure to be on the lookout for their homemade sangria, it’s a local favorite! Diana’s Cellar Door can be found in downtown Kingman at 414 Beale St.

Desert Diamond Distillery

A diamond in the desert, Desert Diamond Distillery is a real working Distillery. 100% family owned and operated, D3 is located just off scenic Highway 66 at the Kingman Airport. The Distillery is just four miles from I-40, easy to get to for travelers and sightseers alike. The Distillery is one of a few in the state that is open to the public, and has the privilege of having a retail outlet with a famous tasting bar that was rescued from a famous French restaurant on the old Las Vegas strip. This bar was known to be a favorite place of the Rat Pack, and many others of that era back in the day. All four rums and vodka are craft certified by the American Distilling Institute (ADI). That means that all are fermented and distilled 100% by us in Kingman, AZ. Delicious cocktails include an agave rum margarita (100% made in the USA), mojito’s, martini's and others. D3 can be found at 4875 Olympic Way within the Kingman Airport area.

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