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

Latest reviews from Steamboat Springs

68 /100
Steamboat BräuHaus (Restaurant)
2500 VILLAGE DRIVE SUITE 103
“Came in to have Paulaner Octobefest. Post covid probably had 20 taps. Some good German selections and a few locals. Food not bad. Only reason to come here is if you are in search of German beers, which is not a bad reason“
KPD 123 days ago
96 /100
Steamboat BräuHaus (Restaurant)
2500 VILLAGE DRIVE SUITE 103
“Steamboat Brauhaus is an awesome place on the mountain! The owner and staff are awesome and knowledgeable, they will have a beer you will like. Love the German beer hall style of this place. If you want German food in Steamboat, this is the place! And their beer selection, especially their German styles, are what keeps me coming back. Steamboat Brauhaus is one of my go to spots!“
ColoradoBeerHunter 651 days ago
90 /100
Steamboat BräuHaus (Restaurant)
2500 VILLAGE DRIVE SUITE 103
“Great selection of beers in what feels like a locals hang out. Awesome place to spend some quality time and not be in a hurry. Really comprehensive selection of German and East Europe beers on tap. Plus a good representation of almost every other style. The pretzels, sausages and German fare are quality home cooking.“
MashPupil19 653 days ago
80 /100 910 YAMPA STREET
“They make a solid Pilsner and the wood-fired pizza is appropriately crusty, black but not too much black. Probably the best spot for quality and ambiance in Steamboat, a big patio across from the river and absent any television or loud music.“
3fourths 918 days ago
90 /100 910 YAMPA STREET
“Stopped at this brewery on vacation to have a few. Plenty of seats inside and outside on the patio. 12 beers on tap today. Wait girl is really good and has answered all my questions. Didn't have food but looks pizza looks really good. Beers seem to be 5-6 bucks a pint and they have growlers to go. Seems to be plenty of parking everywhere here in downtown.“
unclefrito62 942 days ago
78 /100 2875 ELK RIVER ROAD #773207
“Small tasting room attached to a brewing operation of significant size - their bread and butter is clearly their canned products, but that does not keep their taproom from being inviting and fun - personable staff - local art on the walls for sale (I bought some) - limited selection of beer, but everything I tried was solidly made, from the lager to the double IPA (probably one of the best IIPAs I've had in a while) - BBQ food truck on my visit smelled great (did not eat, as I had reservations in town for later) - nice spot.“
notalush 1181 days ago
62 /100 1744 LINCOLN AVE, UNIT 3
“Standard layout and ambiance - "yup, I'm in a brewery" is pretty much what you'll say when you enter - not a bad atmosphere, per se, but if you spend more than 15 minutes here, you might forget where you are - that's how generic it is inside - a lot of offerings on tap, with a few lagers and a sour when I was there - sadly, though, the overall selection skews towards a lot of pale ales and other American staples like browns and stouts - quality was universally poor (one lager, in particular, tasted strongly of apples) - standard service - really not very good, but flights and pints are cheap.“
notalush 1181 days ago
68 /100 910 YAMPA STREET
“Nothing spectacular but great place to hang out and family friendly atmosphere.

---Rated via Beer Buddy for Android“
Thor540 1258 days ago
78 /100 2875 ELK RIVER ROAD #773207
“This is a nicely done taproom with a great outside patio and nice inside set up, great staff, and very good beers. A must-stop when in Steamboat.“
bitterbrewer 2147 days ago
62 /100
Wild Plum (Grocery Store)
2525 VILLAGE DRIVE
“Small grocery store with a selection of expensive foods. Cold room with a nice selection of craft and non-craft beers, especially from Sierra Nevada and New Belgium. Nice service, but it feels a bit empty.“
Xavalias 2185 days ago
76 /100 435 LINCOLN AVE
“Very nice place, but a little difficult to locate. Sign is hard to see. Friendly service. Flight of their 8 beers (including root beer) was $8. Beers were on the lighter side. Did not try the food. Worth a visit for sure.“
RobertDale 2728 days ago
72 /100 435 LINCOLN AVE
“Stopped in for dinner. Pretty upsacale amiance. Started with a flight of 8 beers for 8 bucks. All were pretty thin and tasteless. The food however was superb - in a totally different league than most brewpubs. Had a fabulous steak with a glass of Cabernet. The beer simply did not do the food justice.“
Iphonephan 2741 days ago
56 /100 435 LINCOLN AVE
“The ambiance was fine, a bit crowded on a Saturday night, but that’s expected. The service and food were great. They had 8 beers on tap, barley wine, porter, brown, amber, IPA, pale, wheat and a Scottish ale. All were $4. Food prices were pretty typical. Most of the beers were pretty bland unfortunately. I liked the barley wine and the brown best.“
ajnepple 2897 days ago
88 /100
Arctic Liquors (Beer Store)
2093 CURVE PLAZA
“Awesome online store, and great customer service. I only wish they had more selection of craft beer outside of Colorado. They have some outside the state, but i still have to go to other sites like liquid Solutions to find a lot of things. Also their import selection is weak. Otherwise though, this is a great online store with great service..and they are fast. I got my order just 3 business days after ordering!“
kenb 5281 days ago
34 /100 435 LINCOLN AVE
“The ambiance is that of a wine bar, not a brew pub. The place is narrow and regardless of where you sit on the lower level, you will be getting bumped into. While the beer was good, I didn’t care for the overall character of the place. I won’t return.“
tmurray 5473 days ago
64 /100
Central Park Liquor (Beer Store)
1835 CENTRAL PARK PLAZA
“Considering that most of the beer bars in the area have a less-than-stellar selection (to give you an idea, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is the star in most lineups), Central Park Liquor is a very refreshing oasis (especially if your hotel room is equipped with a fridge). You'll find a nice selection of imports (Chimay, Samuel Smiths, and the like), at least four different Stone brews, Avery and a slew of other Colorado micros, for example. For such a remote town, which mostly caters to macro-drinking tourists, I seriously doubt that you'd find a better selection within a 100-mile radius. You'll find the liquor store to the right of City Market, conveniently located in the shopping area near the intersection of Hwy 40 and Mt. Werner Road, in between the Steamboat Ski Area and downtown Steamboat Springs.“
Aubrey 6155 days ago
74 /100 435 LINCOLN AVE
“Looks a little highfalutin at first glance, but it's actually rather laid back in there, where even a stinky ski bum would feel comfortable. Nice atmosphere, good service, decent beer, and excellent food (get the seared tuna with miso sauce, or any of the appetizers). My wife and I were only in Steamboat Springs for three days but liked the food so much we ate there twice. Beer isn't too shabby, either, and they had seven beers on tap when I was there. Only complaint is that they were all on the mild side ... no "big" beers to speak of.“
Aubrey 6155 days ago
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