Georgetown Beer Guide: Your Georgetown guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Georgetown

70 /100 577 TWENTY-SECOND ST
“Visited with a friend on the way to the mountains on a Friday afternoon. Located just off of I-70, right on the reservoir in Georgetown. Despite the proximity to the highway, there is really a beautiful view outside the brewery. Large cabin building, with bar seating, table seating and a larger outdoor space. Beer selection is 18 house beers, available as half or full pours and 7 of the beers were Foeder fermented. Food was pizza, which we didn’t have time for - but looked and smelled great. Service was prompt, despite the busy happy hour crowd. Good place for a pit stop on a drive from Denver to the Mountains. (Locals should check it out, visitors with extended time) I only use the total score, not the component parts.“
theisti 159 days ago
90 /100 501 ROSE STREET
“You never know what you’re gonna get when one brewery opens up in a tiny mountain town. Georgetown now has a pretty good one though. Guanella Pass has made the most of the small building. Everything is clean and comfortable with decent seating at the bar, at a few tables, and at the windows. A couple TVs are behind the bar. A small patio is out back so you can take in the mountain air. There wasn’t any shade in the afternoon so light-striking the tasty beer is a danger. The Italian restaurant next door delivers, making lunch or dinner a solid option as well. The beer list nicely spanned a few American styles with a couple Belgians thrown in. There wasn’t anything too crazy on, but it wasn’t overly boring either. The pale ale and rye saison are quite good. It’s apparent that attention to detail is paid. Prices are reasonable too. Georgetown is now a great pit stop for beer drinkers to get off I-70 and recuperate.“
NachlamSie 1751 days ago