Delicious beers, good service. i had a pizza i made or baked myself, that changed i believe. tours are always good w/ phil. around 20 beers on tap to try. the atmosphere is cool, inside or outside. no tvs just a quiet environment to chat and enjoy some of colorados finest beers
While the place itself doesn’t look much different than most brewery tap rooms, with wall to wall wood furniture and minimalist decor, there’s definitely something inviting about this place. Good staff that keeps beer flowing even when things pick up. Solid selection of over beers to try with many tap room exclusives alongside the classics that get distributed. Offer food, but I didn’t order any. Definitely a great brewery that supports its fans. Events are held often both small and large in size. They even have a running club that meets Saturday mornings and once the run is over, first pint is free. Every beer drinking should take the time to visit this place at least once.
Kind of in an industrial area tucked away with a very small sign. The place was packed and there was live music going on. Got some beers and went outside for a while. They had a taco cart outside. It died down a bit and we went inside and sat at the bar. The guy that helped us was fantastic, you could tell he was a beer lover. He told us all about the beers and really seamed to enjoy it. Great beer, great people, great place.
Went the day after the 19th anniversary, which I hear is a real drunkfest. Didn’t know what to expect. Was surprised in both good and bad ways. For the good: Like 25 taps, including ones that will be tap room only. Excellent! Food was ordered then a dude walked it across the alley from where it was made. All three food orders were completely different, and all outstanding. Bad: Tough to find off Arapahoe. Easy to miss the A sign. Place was smaller than I expected. Not sure where they put everyone for the anniversary party and such. And the waiter needs a lot more practice with his POS. We were one of only a couple groups, and he was really struggling. But they get many bonus points for the beer.
What is astonishing about Avery is how they turn out so many amazing beers from such a small brewery. According to the (interesting and funny) tour guide, they are brewing around the clock, churning out their first rate brews of all types. There is a medium sized tap room and restaurant, and I was delighted to see a good number of limited and non-bottled releases on draft. We were there on a special release day, which meant a lot of people along with savage temperatures, but the staff managed the crowd well. The food was solid, modestly ramped up modern American/pub grub - everyone seemed to enjoy their meal. My visit here served to solidify my status as a big Avery fan. I would love to come back someday - and to see some of their unbottled brews showing up in kegs at craft brew bars in my area.
Good tour, they have a fairly nice new tastying room here. I was able to have one of the best Salvations on tap I ever had. The guide for our tour was very open to answering questions and allowed us to sample several of the beers they had on tap. You have the option of purchasing bottles of beer there, but there was not much selection at the time, so I did not buy anything.
The guys working the tasting room at Avery were incredibly friendly, and they encouraged us to try as many of their beers as possible. The samples were all free. Our group ended up buying several bombers of Fourteen and a couple kegs. Although the room is small, everyone there was genuinely fun to be around.