Mother Road Beer Partners with Grand Canyon Railway

Flagstaff, AZ USA – Mother Road Brewing Company is honored to partner with The Grand Canyon Railway as the official beer offering on the train ride from Williams, AZ to the Grand Canyon. Passengers can enjoy Mother Road Gold Road Kolsch-style Ale with it’s approachable, easy-drinking style, or the Gold-medal winning Roadside American Pale Ale with it’s hoppy yet not bitter taste. The train departs the station in Williams daily at 9:30am on it’s 2:15 trip to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and returns to the station by 5:30pm. For more information please visit thetrain.com.

ABOUT THE BREWERY:

Mother Road Brewing Company is a craft brewery out of Flagstaff, AZ, and is located on the original alignment of Route 66. Founded in 2011 by husband and wife, Michael & Alissa Marquess, the English-style brewhouse focuses on making well-balanced hand-crafted ales on their 15bbl system including their gold-medal winning Roadside American Pale Ale and Lost Highway Black IPA. For more information on the beers they produce and Tap Room hours, please visit motherroadbeer.com

ABOUT GRAND CANYON RAILWAY:

The Grand Canyon Railway has been shuttling millions of park-goers to the Grand Canyon since September 17, 1901. Travel halted in 1968 due to the popularity of automobiles, but resumed in 1989 and has been running strong since. Today, Grand Canyon Railway provides a historic and fun journey to the canyon with the help of authentic western characters who bring the Old West to life. Moreover, the train whose fate seemed sealed when it was shut down due to the popularity of automobiles, is now responsible for keeping approximately 50,000 cars outside of the national treasure. For more information, please visit thetrain.com.