Planned to go here without actually knowing it was the same Epic as in Utah. Arrived and, yep, itís them. Place was cool - large room, with fermenters/barrels and tap room. Tap selection was unique enough which was nice. Decent selection of to-go bottles. Nice staff.
Bright and spacious, and easy to find thanks to the buildingís architecture. Knowledgeable and attentive staff. Plenty of comfortable seating, and a fun mellow vibe throughout. When the food truck arrived, we got some eats (delicious) and another round of samples. And then some pints. I didnít find a single beer (well, maybe the fruit beers) that I wouldnít want a pint of. I thoroughly enjoyed wiling away a few hours there. Highly recommended.
Located just north of C Squared and Stem Ciders youíll come upon a refurbished old brick building with big windows making for a bright space. The interior is polished, slick and new with a spacious taproom facing gleaming steel tanks and a long bar. Even on a crowded Sunday afternoon it still felt spacious. A few take-out fridges and small merchandise corner allow for souvenirs and the friendly staff will help you navigate the large selection of Epic Brews. A really well executed taproom that while not as soulful as others in town is worth a visit for those wanting to check out Epic beers.
Big seating area with couches and more comfortable chairs, as well as a traditional bar with tables. They were very busy, but the servers come and find you, you donít have to order from the bar. Good selection of only Epic brewing beers, but they had plenty of chilled bottles on hand to take home. We only stayed for one beer, but it was outstanding - Big Bad Baptist. All Imperial Stout fans need to try this one pronto. Overall I recommend it and Iím sure I will be back.
I love their beer, but they need to make some changes at the taproom to fit in properly in Denver. No dogs outside on the patio? This is about the only brewery in Denver that doesnít allow dogs on the patio. Selection is good, service was OK, value is average.. Let dogs on the patio man. Itíll be ok.
Big money operation, busy on a Saturday night pouring about 12 taps, most of which are the same beer found in area bottle shops. Snacks only, warm food can be ordered from nearby eateries or from food trucks on premises. Epic has always been a mix of decent and disappointing, they occasionally do well with their Brown Ale, Wit, Imperial Stout and hoppy lagers, but fail with their Pale Ales and Belgian Styles. If more of their base beers were drinkable I would find this a nice place to drink. For now itís only worth stopping in for the occasional small batch and cask offering.
JK (363) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | October 9, 2014
Stopped by the Wednesday before gabf. lots of people. About 18 taps and two firkins today, probably the best tap room selection I have ever seen. Nice inside with tje wooden barrels. Food truck outside and lots of beer to go. The location is bad for foot travel but no other complaints.