It took me over a year to visit Coors, I figured the time is right. This is the largest brewery in the nation, according to our guide. Itís hard to imagine anything larger. The sheer size of the factory is incredible. So, the strong points are that the tour and three beers are free. The facility is in a serene, picturesque mountain setting. Some really fantastic beers are made on the A.C. Golden level, but these beers are not available here, and finding them anywhere is very difficult. I had a great time checking out this industrial marvel and the staff was very accommodating. I didnít particularly enjoy the beer selectio, however, outside of chuckling and Coors Extra Cold. Man, it was definitely cold.
JK (363) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | October 10, 2014
Ok self guided tour. You get to see a small part what they claim is the largest brewery in the world. Virtually no interaction with staff amd tour is at your own pace with an audio guide. Very long line to get in. Aboit one hour wait. Three decent sized samples. At the end. One time is probably enough bit it was fun.
Nice brewery tour. Give you 3 samples afterward. Nice gift shop. A Huge brewery with a good tour including some history of the town of Golden.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated August 24, 2011
If youíre in the area, you should go here. You can have a pretty cool tour or you can say youíre going on the tour and then skip downstairs to the tasting room. When I went there, you got three free beers. If youíre looking to kick off a night of beer guzzling in Golden, stop by here to get started for free.