Established in 2007, Beale Street Brews has become a favorite hangout for coffee connoisseurs, poets, writers, and anyone who enjoys a great beverage. We offer free wireless Internet, poetry slams, art and music. We proudly support the Arts and of course, we are extremely eco-friendly.
With art deco flair, Beale Street Brews cleverly blends post modern and vintage styles to create a comfortable spot that welcomes beat poets and local business people alike. Being in a Rt. 66 town, our visitors come from miles around and lands afar. Our exceptional drinks and friendly surroundings keep them coming back. Come, relax, and stay a while at Beale Street Brews.
Owner and master coffee roaster Angela Patterson opened Beale Street Brews, after several years of research. Angela had always pictured a coffee shop in the historic district of Kingman. In fact, Beale Street Brews Coffee Shop was the beginning of the resurgence of downtown. People now had a reason to come downtown again! Considering Angela's love of Blues, and folk music, it was natural that she invited local artists to perform at the coffee shop. Several local poets approached Angela and asked if she would host poetry readings. Her answer was an enthusiastic, "Yes" Now, Beale Street Brews is attracting a large crowd for "KABAM" that is part of a national wide literacy event.
Through the doors of the coffee shop is Beale St. Gallery. The gallery is host to a new art exhibit every month beginning with the 1st Friday of the month. Several theme shows include the "Lovers & Lusters" exhibit in February, "Literary Arts" exhibit in April, "Rt66" exhibit in May, "Steampunk" in August, "Cowboys & Indians" in September, and "Dark & Macabe" in October.
Main events are going on all year in Historic Down Town. May, Rt 66 month, starts off it's first weekend with the "Rt. 66 Fun Run".. The first Saturday of May through September the Rt. 66 Cruizers host a street party every third Saturday of the month starting at 6 pm. About the beginning of April is "KaBam!" The "Street Drags" are the third weekend of September. "Andy Devine Parade" and Rodeo is the last weekend of September. "Fall Festival" is the second weekend of October followed by "Halloween Trick or Trunk" at the end of the month. The first Saturday of December is the "Parade of Lights".
Open Sunday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm. Monday - Saturday 7:00am - 10:00 pm
Beale Street Brews Coffee & Roasting Co.
418 E. Beale St.
Kingman, Az. 86401