Visited during the GABF week. Got here early and started with breakfast and some of the taproom only beers. The staff was friendly and good variety of beers. Also took the brewery tour. A must visit when in Boulder, easy to get to with local bus from downtown Boulder.
One of my favorite breweries to visit. They have a great selection of their own beers, maybe 15 or so, and some are only available in the taproom. They have standard beers like the IPAs and browns but also do sours and experimental beers, generally all of which are great (and if they are not your style they are still very well made). Always go here while in CO. Love it.
Ambiance is very nice, we beat the crowd and got a table and it was very nice. If you do the tour, you get to sit in the barrel room for a while which is very nice. Service was good before the rush, but once it got full, it was a bit of a wait to get your orders in. Selection is great of you want Avery, very wide selection and multiple taproom only beers. Beers are priced about what you would expect, fair prices in my mind. Overall, very enjoyable. The tour was great because they primarily talk about beer, not so much about Avery, which is a refreshing, and less braggy change of pace for a brewery in my opinion.
Located in a very odd location- remote, storage unit-like place. Lots of taps and lots unique beers that you cannot otherwise get from them unless you go there. Really great beers, good catered food across the way. Great service. Great place!
Although the food is done next door, this place is amazing. Comforting atmosphere, friendly staff, and most importantly; a fantastic beer selection. I have been impressed with everything I have tried so far.
Edit: After coming here on a regular basis, the service is consistently amazing. If anyone is in the area I highly recommend stopping by. The best beer selection in town.
In an industrial area but worth hitting. Pub/tap room really. Service is good but a little over the top on how great Adam Avery is. Efficient though. Beers are varied. World Class to meh. Have had rumpkin on tap there before and had some of their sours on tap as well. Good depth to their line up. Really becoming my must hit place when I am back in Denver. Really good turkey Ruben as well
Visited on 10/10/12. GABF Week (Stop #2 of the day)
A: Very cool place, a little hard to find as it is buried in the middle of a business park. The front tasting room is your typical tasting room with a bar that could maybe 10-12 patrons and tables that could hold another 50-60. We drank in the Back Bar area which is where they store the barrels, which was just cool as hell.
Q: Mind you that we went during GABF week and they were breaking out specialty and retired beers every couple of hours, most of them were just solid as can be.
S: Service was decent...when we arrived the place was about 1/3 full and the bartenders/servers were mildly attentive but friendly and knowledgeble. A funny thing was they were even excited to try some of the retired/specialty beers being released too.
S: Best Selection the entire trip. They were serving easily 30 different beers that covered the gambit in styles.
V: Some beers were slightly high but for the most part were reasonably valued. We paid more for the rare releases which were totally worth it.
Overall, even if you have no plans to go to Boulder...make some then hit Avery.
ineedbeer (18) Oakland, California | October 26, 2013| Updated November 1, 2013
Service is amazing! Food is only alright, beer selection is pretty good as is ambiance.