zizzybalubba (72) Raleigh, North Carolina | April 30, 2009| Updated September 27, 2009
Visited during GABF 2008. Located behind a car wash. The taproom that day was amazing with seldom seen beers and some taproom only specials which I took advantage of. I instantly became much more impressed with Avery as a brewery after my visit. I look forward to a return visit every year I go back to GABF. Outstanding...Re-visited this place during GABF 2009. Even after my visit last year I was still blown away by the selection of beers. The taproom was much more crowded this year so I was able to go on an unscheduled tour. I still haven’t tried the food but as far as my 2 experiences during GABF week this is an absolute must visit taproom.
This is one of my favorite breweries. In addition to their great beers the ambiance is great. All the employees are super- nice, attentive, and knowledgable. The tap room has a great vibe but I also love the patio.
Recently took a trip down to the brewery with a few of my employees, what an awesome spot! I’d always thought it would be a much bigger pace for the product they produce but turns out it’s a small time show down there.
The entire staff was very on their game and extremely informative about their product.
Although the food is done next door, this place is amazing. Comforting atmosphere, friendly staff, and most importantly; a fantastic beer selection. I have been impressed with everything I have tried so far.
Edit: After coming here on a regular basis, the service is consistently amazing. If anyone is in the area I highly recommend stopping by. The best beer selection in town.
Was able to stop in on a trip to Boulder. Tasting room and brewery onsite in an industrial park east of Boulder. Good food and TONS of taps (+20). They have all the standard stuff you see in stores and a bunch of test brews that range from good tries to sheer brilliance. This is evidenced by the fact the have an entire warehouse of barrels aging their various concoctions. Definitely a place to go!
The tasting room is such a great place. Avery makes some phenomenal brews. Great people who genuinely love beer and aren’t shy to express it. I learned a lot from just little conversations about brewing and beer. A must go.