Was there for the 15th aniversary. The beer is excelent, the food was outstanding and the special vertical tassting impressive.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
Must see brewery in Colorado. You can try probably 10-15 beers including some incredibly strong ones. I would recommend having a DD if you really want to try everything they have to offer. The employees are some of the nicest people I have ever met at a brewery.
Warmly decorated interior, located in an industrial neighborhood. Large outdoor space with picnic tables and the taproom has a wonderful view of their barrel cellar. The staff here is awesome and easily some of the friendliest employees you will come across at a brewery. The beer speaks for itself, but you will definitely find some taproom only selections, as well as, casks when you stop by. Needless to say, the selection is pretty amazing. This is a must-stop on any Colorado tour, not just the Boulder area.
Je m’attendais à une sélection excitante avec quelques raretés mais j’ai eu un tsunami. Le service, les fûts et les bouteilles pour emporter m’ont jeté à terre. Ils ont même pas eu la décence de me laisser payer. Difficile de faire mieux avec un salon de dégustation dans un quartier industriel et sa stérilité habituelle. Pour la bouffe, c’est un traiteur voisin qui s’en occupe.
Industrial park. Bad parking. Incredibly awesome beer and staff. Food from a catering company across the street. It’s an awesome oasis of great beer. Prices can be touchy for some of their rarer things, but it’s well worth it.
It’s hard to compare this to other beer bars, only because they just sell their own beers. The beer was great, with several brewery only selections. The food was was good, and reasonably priced. The bar was well designed. We were in Denver for a cross-country road trip and had to stop. Make sure to visit, if you’re in town.
Visited 4/13/06. Our first host was Peter, an enthusiastic Aussie. He handed us off to none other than Larry Avery himself. We loved the visit, but don’t expect more than a tiny little tasting room ... no, nook. We didn’t need a tour, so we were fine as long as they kept giving us tastes, which they were happy to do. They also had some really cool powerhouse beers on tap that aren’t available anywhere, so this was a very cool stop. Thanks, guys!
Looks like a warehouse from the outside but a very warm, inviting pub on the inside. It seemed like everyone who worked there hung out there as well because they enjoyed the vibe. The bartenders were all fantastic and they had a lot of knowledge and passion for their beers. They had 22 different things on tap including a cask. The samplers were a buck each except for their massive 15-16% brews. The only negative was they had a bit of a fly problem but somehow it didn’t matter because Avery doesn’t make shitty beer. The beers themselves ranged from interesting misfires to fantastic executions of style. I’d recommend the place to anyone.