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

Latest reviews from Greenwood Village

68 /100 8775 E ORCHARD RD
“Somewhat hidden in Denver Tech Center, this eclectic brewery and kitchen is undergoing a transition from a Middle-Eastern menu to that of a Latin menu. The beers, though thoughtfully crafted, seem to miss the mark with the myriad spices that are competing inside the beer. It's a bit expensive for what you get.“
BeerandBlues2 47 days ago
74 /100 9672 E ARAPAHOE RD.
“As described; strip mall location, flights available. Friendly service and flights available. Beer quality varied a bit but they are capable of goodness. Banana beer was surprisingly decent.“
bytemesis 543 days ago
78 /100 9672 E ARAPAHOE RD.
“In a mall right off I-25. Stopped by on a Sunday afternoon in COVID times, quick service. Got a flight - lager was well done, cream ale was superb, porter was fine, hefe was a bit more bitter than I'd like. Overall beer was good - there are so many breweries here that I'm not sure this will be top of list or anything, but solid place.“
WestCoastHawkeye 985 days ago
82 /100 9672 E ARAPAHOE RD.
“Peak View is located at the end of a strip mall just by I-25. It's a pretty standard tasting room set up with minimal decor, a couple TV's, lots of wooden furnishings, etc. Service was very friendly. The beer selection had quite a few adjunct or hazies but still plenty of classic styles were represented too. I had a Scotch ale which was a very nice and something you don't see too often these days. They're doing a good job and seem to be bringing plenty of locals in.“
NachlamSie 1007 days ago
72 /100 9672 E ARAPAHOE RD.
“End cap on an older-looking strip mall. Nice, clean bar area. Not a ton of decor, but the tap wall looks like barrels, which is neat. The bartenders are quick and friendly. A nice spread of styles on tap. This is a fun spot, with some quality beers.“
GTAEgeek 1278 days ago
84 /100 9672 E ARAPAHOE RD.
“Ambiance: At the end of a strip mall, close to the main thoroughfare in Greenwood Village. The view of the peaks is about what you'll get from anywhere else. Smallish place, with a few high tops and a bar with about a dozen seats. The first thing you notice on walking in is the SMELL. You are clearly in a working brewery, because you'll get a strong caramel/molasses/wet cardboard aroma of wort. It's not a bad smell, especially if you love beer and breweries, but it's strong. So strong that sometimes it might overpower the smell of the beer you're about to drink. It may have just been the day that I visited. There's also what appears to be a huge pitbull, but it's in a cage. Service: Just fine--quick and responsive, seemed to be conversant with the regulars. Nice enough. Selection: About a dozen taps I think, all their own stuff. This was what stood out to me. This seems to be a very new brewery (their website, in fact, shows that they haven't opened YET, LOL). But their beers are pretty darn good. I tried 9 beers on this visit. Four of the nine were 4/5 for me, which NEVER happens. One was a 3.5/5, two more were 3/5. Only 2 just didn't work for me. If I rate a beer a 4, I basically love it. So the beers, for me, are standouts. Food: N.A Value: About in line with the other two places I visited. Overall: If you're in the Denver Tech Corridor area, this place is absolutely worth a visit.“
JDBaker11058 1433 days ago
82 /100 5970 S HOLLY ST
“Great local place with a fantastic and evolving tap list.“
troyawalker 3279 days ago
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