I was thinking to hit all the larger breweries in Colorado and somehow forgot about Left Hand until yesterday. Theyíve got a really cool tasting room. Itís pretty sizable, but not a massive compound like Odell or New Belgium. The rustic wooden construction is pleasing to the eye. There is a good sized bar inside, a few tables and a patio outside. They have an extensive merch section as well as a cooler full of bottles to take home. The beer selection is solid with all the favorites and seasonals and a few rare things. Beer prices for a few things were higher here than what other bars around town are charging for the same exact beer. Thatís kind of weird. I had a great time checking out the beautiful taproom, the bartender was super nice and I got to drink a beer I probably wouldnít have anywhere else while sitting outside on a beautiful fall day.
Cozy little space that could get crowded easily. but its pretty fun. Has a bit of a wood cabin feel to it. 4 samplers for $4 was also a pretty swell deal, with reasonable pint prices. Also, a ton of merch, pretty eccentric merch too, like milk stout shampoo. Very friendly and chatty staff, always smiling. And pretty swell beers, all of which are impeccably balanced.
Warm and friendly atmosphere. Tasting room is pretty spacious and is trimmed in rough-sawn wood and flagstone. 2 patios for the warmer months. Also has an alcove-like addition room that is a little quieter than the main bar. Has a Cask-conditioned hand-pump that rotates frequently (be sure to ask whatís available). Also has a Nitro tap which usually has milk stout (divine when on nitro) but rotates occasionally to Jackmanís (pale ale) and others as the brewers see fit. Can get a little crowded and loud on Friday afternoons. Definitely worth the trip if youíre in town. And if you live nearby, what are you waiting for? Brewery tours on Saturdays.
This was a great little brewery to do some drinking. The bartender, and other employees that had just finished work were all very knowledgeable about beer. I think they have outside seating, but I was there in January, so it was inside in the warm for us!! Canít wait to go back!!
Visited during GABF week 2012. Went there on an evening, the place was packed. Thereís a Large bar with 2 separate sittings areas, high wooden tables. Menu includes all year round beers, seasonals and some specials on hand pump. flight of 4 tasters costs only $4 - great value. A good place.
Brouwerij (40) Boulder, Colorado | November 21, 2012| Updated September 16, 2013
Large taproom tucked away in commercial/industrial district of longmont. Large bar, many tables and a significant patio. Nice atmosphere, cozy even, friendly and quick service. Their beer is great, nice variety, disappointed to see only one non-bottled offering, though it was very good. A good place to grab a beer, will have to return.
This is a great brewery along the river with a good sized tap room and a patio. They usually have about 8 beers on tap plus several seasonals. The staff really knows the beers and history of the area and are good conversation. This place is more like a local hangout than a brewery where it's really inviting and where everyone seems to be wearing something from Left Hand. Definitely recommended.