Enjoyed this spot and would love to go back when it was not so PACKED. The lady that served me was definitely into her job and I though the beer(s) I had stellar.
Felt a tad rushed by my friend that drove me there which is never a way to experience a spot. (But I do understand feeling of claustrophobia)
Small bar, with some cool outdoor space. The bartender, Paul, was very friendly, talkative, and clearly excited about the beer. He was very patient with customers of all levels of beer knowledge, and was willing to explain cask ales to anyone who wanted to know. 7 cask lines and 10 CO2 lines, all with English styles of beer, and no guest taps. $4 for 10 oz, $6 for a pint, or $7 for a proper pint (20 oz.). This place is the perfect spot for English real ales drawn correctly. It’s refreshing to escape the barrel-aged stouts and single hop IPAs, and have some simple, quality beer.
Checked this place out during GABF 2015 weekend with Andrew and Ellen. Pretty neat little set up. I think I heard the place was converted into a brewpub from a gas station. Nice Alvarez in outdoor seating in front with corn hole and lots of dogs. About ten taps with decent offerings. Only complaint is that they don’t offer anything smaller than 10oz and you have to drive to the place to get there so tickers beware.
Great idea for a brewery, only serving English-style beers. Not enough taps, not enough variety overall. The service was top notch. The bartender told us all about great places to drink beer in Denver. Food consisted of hot pretzels only, but they were good. As kind as they were to us, I hate to say that I will probably not be back.
Une adresse qui arrive à point au coeur de l’Amérique. La sélection est exclusivement composée de bières maisons de type anglaise et c’est totalement réjouissant. La qualité et les subtilités sont là et l’ambiance houleuse et familière m’a bien rafraichi.
Cool little neighborhood brewery. Their selection is almost exclusively English style beers, ESB’s, pale ales, etcl What they do, they do very well! They also have a selection of these beers on beer engines, which are served warmer and with natural carbonation. Personally, I prefer it from the beer engine, but it’s not for everyone. The bartenders are great, they take the time to get to know you--that is if they’re not slammed!
Small converted gas station with great outdoor space near Sloan Lake. Somewhat out of the way, but worth your trip when visiting Denver. All of the beer is high quality and easily the best cask ale in the city or state. Broad range of styles and very friendly service. The only drawback here is that tasters are not offered. Would be nice to be able to try more beers while visiting, but not that big of a deal. Check this place out then head over the Hops and Pie for food.