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.