I kinda enjoyed the goofy "vibe" of the place, but ordered flights of beers to cover all the beers being served and I wanted my mommy after the first one, then looking at what was to be the second flight figured the double IPA would be the only one I wanted to try. I was wrong - it was one of the very worst I have experienced,
GTAEgeek (279) Colorado Springs, Colorado | August 17, 2016| Updated June 20, 2017
Old warehouse on a dusty corner in a run down industrial area of town. The interior is unremarkable, bare concrete and sheet steel. The bartender was friendly, enthusiastic and knowledgeable, but overworked. They had a BBQ trailer and a Mediterranean food truck, but no food of their own. $4.50 pints, and $3 10 oz. Pours, and they have flights for $5. Dumpy place, but pretty good beer and a fun vibe.
odannyob (2) Colorado | December 12, 2015| Updated December 20, 2015
Ambiance wasn’t very chill, but the beer was. The usual bar patrons were kind of strange and there was an old lady playing the recorder in the corner of the room for some reason. Beyond the aesthetics of the place, I loved it. Beer was delicious and the barman was super cool. He showed my friend and I around the whole building and was all around a nice guy. If you’re on the east side of town visit this place soon.
I’m not from the area and finding this place in the dark was creepy. Like the street you’d go down to find the drug deal. Shed/hangar type location wasn’t too bad. A little generic. Patrons made us feel uncomfortable from all the staring. Like we were invading their domain. Beers weren’t bad and prices were reasonable. Taco truck was parked just outside the door for food. Didn’t hate it. Just didn’t like it either.
Located in a warehouse, it is all about the beer, a great hangout for home brewers as there is a supply shop & always someone willing to discuss the art of brewing beer. A good selection of Rocky Mtn standards along with rotating seasonal brews. Rocky Mtn likes to try new recipes so your likely to find a batch of something new if you take the time to find this brewery.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | June 7, 2012| Updated December 12, 2013
Kind of shitty, warehouse atmosphere with an attached homebrew shop. Bartenders/brewers are always very friendly, knowledgeable, and fun to talk to. Beers are of varying qualities. Some of their gimmick beers are fun to try. One of my preferred stops in CS. Plus there’s a tit club across the street!
This is a brewery first and a tasting room second. Not a convenient location unless, like me, you are staying in a hotel near the airport and want some good fresh beer. You can bring in your own food as well. Service was good. Maybe 8 beers on tap. All were solid. I will visit again one of these days.
Went out of my way to come here because they seem to be doing some creative things - the stuff I do not like: The location suuuuucks! - way out in the outskirts of Springs - aside from the brewery, the only things on this road are a lumber yard, and RV park and a strip club - the stuff I am ambivalent about: The space itself - it’s like someone threw a brewery up in a garage and then, at the last minute, decided he was going to throw a bar in there as well, with tables that look like they were stolen from a chinese food restaurant and counters and light up signs that give the place a redneck bar kind of feel - it sort of feels like I am hanging out in someone’s half-finished basement - the up side is that there is a decent amount of space, as well as a patio with a guy selling BBQ out of a truck - The good stuff: These folks are obvious beer geeks that love what they are doing, and just love craft beer in general - they are super friendly and fairly attentive - the beer selection is decent and the products are creative and fun - I only tried a few brews, since I have just been to Trinity, but what I had was well-made and obviously lovingly crafted - prices are awesome (3.75 a pint, 8.50 a growler, etc.) - not a place I would run back to, but the beer is great - I wish they distributed more widely, because I would frequent any Denver bar that sold their brews.