Awesome place to chill and drink a beer. Its $4 a pint there, so itíll suck money out of you wallet really quickly if youíre not careful. Food was pretty solid, and all of their brews are at least drinkable, if not fantastic. Their imperial stout kicked ass. And you can get a flight of 5 brews for $5 which was awesome.
Visited with a friend on October 10, 2012. Nice cozy place, spacious. Quite a few beers available. Old firestation rebuild it seems. Parts of the brewery on display by the one end of the bar. Did not eat. Pretty good service.
Nicely decorated in Firehouse theme with plenty of seating available. Good selection of house beers on tap including some seasonals. The food is standard pub fare with okay pricing. Service was decent but not excellent.
Brouwerij (40) Boulder, Colorado | November 21, 2012| Updated September 16, 2013
Large restaurant and prewpub. Several large bars and many booths and tables. Tap list featuring 5 of their standard beers and a few seasonals. Decent bottle list. Quick service at the bar. Did not order food. Decent atmosphere, a bit big, pretty good beer.
We were looking for Lefthand when we stumbled in here. Nice bar with real nice patio right on Main St. Great place to watch games. The beers were enjoyable and the food was better than most breweries in the area. Definately worth a stop.
Stopped in for lunch today - probably one of the most kid-friendly brewpubs weíve been to, which is great for beer nerds with a baby - huge space in downtown Longmont, with a lot of additional seating outside on the patio - homey/cozy inside - the staff was friendly and attentive, and best of all, they seemed to actually know something about the beer they were serving - 5 buck flights are, of course, always nice - there were 9 beers available on our visit, which is respectable, but there was not a huge variety (pretty much all session ales, with the exception of the Scotch Ale) - the food was definitely much better than one would expect from a pub, especially since the menu, at first glance, doesnít seem that interesting - the beers were mostly subpar, but you can tell that the brewer is capable of some decent stuff - worth a stop if in Longmont, but I would not make a special trip for the plae.
April 2006: We got a bad review of this place from a brewer at another brewery in the state, so our expectations were low. But we were pleasantly suprised. The bartender was very knowledgeable, friendly and on top of it. Not all the beers were great, but they offered a slew of them, and overall Iíd say they were pretty good. Didnít eat, but would have. Nice outdoor patio.
A touch sports bar-ish, but very friendly service and fine brews.
3fourths (1528) Boulder, Colorado | February 25, 2004| Updated July 27, 2012
A very nice building with abundant outside seating, and generally friendly people working and drinking. The beer is above average, but not exceptional, though they score points for having plenty on tap. Also they offer a couple of other locals on tap, such as New Belgium Frambozen over Xmas 2003.
This place has two sections. The pumphouse which seems a bit more refined and elegant and the RedZone which is a straight up sports bar. I ate in the RedZone part. Itís a massive room with lots of flat screen tvís, They actually put signs under the tvís to tell you what NFL games will be playing on what tvís. Thatís clever. They also have a section in the back with comfortable chairs and a air hockey table. The room is so big it has two bar areas. The only drawback is the volume of the music which is so loud, even on a sparsely populated Sunday night, you had trouble hearing anybody. The beers were all their own, 10 in all, plus a guest tap of Guinness. The beers were solid but none of them outstanding. The burger was excellent. I donít know if Iíd go back for the beer but it seems like a cool place to watch all of the NFL games each Sunday.