Black Bridge Brewery 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. Brew-master Tim Schritter created an atmosphere that blends his love of welding, art, music and of course, beer.
With year-round beers like Evil Red, Wicked Poison and Locomotive Stout, 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.
“I focus my energy every day on making a better product, and finding a better way to bring craft beer to Northern Arizona,” Schritter says. If you’re a Kingman native, are on your way to (or from) Las Vegas, or are visiting Route 66, make sure to stop in and be a part of a slightly larger but still very exclusive experience at Black Bridge Brewery.
Mentioned in "Kingman brewery expanding to Havasu" by APNews, "Best of Beale" by Laughlin, Nevada Entertainer and in "20 Best Things to Do in Kingman, Arizona" by VacationIdea.