jcnielsen (305) Charlotte, North Carolina | October 5, 2012| Updated October 7, 2014
Nice brewpub in Fort Collins. They usually have their standards beers plus a few seasonal beers on tap. The beer has never been spectacular here, but they rotate their beers a lot, so you can try a lot of different styles. The atmosphere in downtown Fort Collins and the food is pretty good.
OK place. Nothing crazy. Has a Rock Bottom-esque feel. Standard pub-fare food-wise. Average beer. Sampler trays available. Average service from our waitress. Average pricing. Not bad. Not great.
Camons (474) Hasselager, Denmark | February 26, 2012| Updated March 3, 2012
Brewpub in downtown Fort Collins. Pretty big place in 2 building just opposite each other. Around 15 beers on, being pretty decent. Good food, burger and brewpub stuff. Service was good even though the place was cramed.
Cool pub with a lot of different offerings. A few hand pulled beers and the food is great. I love their sheperds pie. This place is always crowded and the pool hall is awesome. You can play ping pong, pool, shuffleboard, and darts. Cool little hangout for beer nerds.
Great ambiance. Lots of dark wood in an old brick building. The service was great and the bison burger was excellent. Their beer ranged from average to above average with a couple high gravity offerings on tap. Worth a visit.
Stopped by for Lunch. Great beer, decent food, but overall pretty slow service. Parking wasn’t very easy. Beers overall were pretty decent with their kreik taking top honors in my book. Prices were reasonable.
brentfeesh (80) Mansfield, Ohio | October 10, 2011| Updated October 12, 2011
What can I say other than I really enjoyed this place. Easy access from campus, lots of parking, good facility. Sat at the bar and was attended to quickly and regularly. Beers were very good and there were plenty of styles for everyone. The only food item I had was very nice (tuna) and they were cool enough to endorse another brewery just up the road. Not only did I go but I came back because they were so cool about it. Their sour was out of this world and their pale was very enjoyable. I will go back given the chance.
reat place to have good food and an even better selection of tap delectables.
We came over from Sweden for a wedding but had time to try a few of the local brews. By few I mean as many as we could muster in a month.
Coopersmiths was one of the places I came back to a few times both during the day and at night. During the day I had their quenchers and at night the more comples brews.
I did have the chanse to taste everything they had on tap and I was pleased with them all. I did have a few personal favorites but I didn’t find anything I disliked.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
Coopersmiths always has 8-12 of their own beers which is always if you’re looking to rate beers. Unfortunately, most of them are mediocre. The place is actually quite fun to hang out in and the food is good. This should be a part of a Fort Collins beer tour, but I usually schedule it last so you end up downtown.
Stopped in for lunch - actually spread out between two buildings divided by an alleyway - pub and pool hall on one side, restaurant and bar on the other - this rating is for the restaurant side - narrow by long interior of moderate size, but relatively limited seating outside of the bar area - good patio space, though - exterior and interior don’t match up - outside is an inviting brick structure - inside has particle board-looking ceiling panels - all wood bar and tables are nice, however - our waitress was nice, but much of the staff seemed sort of annoyed to be there (maybe an off day?) - food was slightly above average, with prices on par with chain restaurants like Chili’s (for example, 8-10 dollar burgers, 8 bucks for soup and half sandwich, etc.) - respectable assortment of brews at reasonable prices (4 and change a pint, 3.25 for 10 oz., 1.95 for 5 oz.) - the beers were solid and distinct, lacking any kind of "house" character - overall a solid place, even considering the number of great places to grab a beer in Fort Collins.