Stopped in on a Saturday night, and it was packed. Cool, open bar area in the middle, and homey ambiance throughout. The bartenders and servers were overworked, but friendly and helpful enough. The food was fantastic! The food is a bit pricy, but not too bad, and the beer is well priced. They don’t do flights, that I could tell, but they offer short pours and half pints. This was a fortuitous place to stumble across, and we’ll probably find ourselves here again.
Atom (192) Minneapolis, Minnesota | January 13, 2016
Been here many times. It’s a better resturant than it is a brewery. Their beer isn’t bad by any means but nothing too special, they do have many different options. The food is really good and relatively affordable for Summit County. The space is really great, a big bar area and upper level. It has one of the best window resturant views of the mountains I’ve ever seen. This place gets really busy, but they move things along. Worth a stop forsure.
This is a good sized brewpub that was very busy on a Wednesday afternoon. The atmosphere feels like being in a chain brewpub. Lots of patrons were at tables ordering food and the bar was pretty much full. The beer selection was pedestrian during my visit, but it looks like they rotate some neat stuff in and out. I tried the stout and had a sip of the peach pilsner. Beer seems serviceable, but it’s hard to get an idea of a brewery’s offerings merely based on two such beers. The food was well priced and quite good pub grub. I had the chicken fried chicken and was pleased with it. Dillon Dam really fits the whole persona of Dillon city.
Medium-sized brewpub in Dillon, CO just down the road from Pug Ryan’s. Stopped in for lunch and the food was pretty tasty. Service was good and the place seemed clean. Fairly busy for a Wednesday afternoon in the middle of the summer. Beers were mediocre to below-average and if I return I will definitely focus on the "darker" styles. They seem to struggle with pales and lagers. Ok to grab a sampler and some food, but Pug Ryan offers much higher quality beer about 3 minutes away.
Decent brewpub in Summit County typically offering a dozen house beers. The standard lineup is mediocre and too much like the dozens of other brewpubs trying to offer one of each style. Seasonal beers tend to be much better and flavorful. Food is solid, but nothing memorable. Not a bad place to relax and grab a few beers while waiting on the I-70 ski traffic to go away.
Stopped in on the way home from Breckenridge. The brewery was very clean and accommodating to all demographics. The service was awesome, but the food was even better. Quite honestly one of the best burgers I have ever eaten! 8 of us eat an we all were very happy with the food and service. Their beer menu was pretty good too. I had their lager, which was fantastic! I would highly recommend this place!
Visited for lunch with the family. As you enter, there is a large U shaped bar, with table seating all around and a loft area with additional seating. They had about 8-9 beers on when I visited, available as pints, or 4 oz tasters. Tasters were $1.50 each, which was pretty fair. I tried 4 different beers, and had a buffalo burger, which was quite good. Beers were fresh and free of flaws. Server was knowledgeable and friendly. They accommodated the kids well with crayons and activities, as well as a "wishing well" sort of thing at the end. Overall, good spot for a meal, or to watch the game.