Nice looking space with essentially three segmented areas. So I’m not sure I had the positive experience here that most have had. Anyway. The bar area was like six people deep to get a beer and they only serve and take orders right at the tap handles. So I’m not sure of the purpose of the rest of the bar space. Yep, it was rammed and getting a beer and finding a place to sit to enjoy a beer was tough. To make things worse they don’t update their tap list board so that twenty minute wait in line could be pointless. So I re-routed to the space out in the brewery area, worked up to the tap handles and then waiting another fifteen minutes before a server would even look at me. So some thirty plus minutes in I had a beer to take to some spot and stand and try to enjoy. After having been to several beer bars and brewpubs that did a stellar job at handling a crowd this place failed miserably. I do look forward to coming back during “off peak hours,” if something like that exists, and take in a beer in a more relaxed atmosphere.
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.
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.
Been here a couple of times, but both during GABF and over a 3 year span. Easy to find in a business park that has clearly grown organically over time with tasting room, barrel space, brewery, packaging all located in different spaces and not necessarily adjoining. When I went, it was busy but had good flow of service for the amount of people. Selection was good at the time, as were the prices and service. Mobile food out front, people hanging out in the tasting room, out front and in the back with the barrels. Worth checking out for sure.
Set in an industrial park, nice tap room with outdoor area and very friendly service. Lots of nice rare beers on tap and a lot of exclusive stuff which is what you want when you visit a tap room! Very good value and the food is great too. One of the better tap rooms we visited in Colorado!
My favorite stop during my recent Colorado trip. Great service, great prices, and a great selection. Seems like they usually have 7 or 8 brewery only selections. Staff was great. Located down an "alley", but worth the search. Signage said tours every weekday at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on weekends. A must visit.
I finally made it here for the first time recently. Stopped by on a Monday afternoon and it was actually not too busy and pretty laid back (perhaps because of the free SCI show on the hill). They had about 20 beers on tap, 9 of which were taproom exclusives. I just missed Tweak ARGH. Anyways, tasters were mostly $1.50-$2, ranging as high as $6 for Khodynka and Bolder Weisse. They also had a cellar list for a bunch of their beers. Prices for those were pretty extreme, unfortunately. Overall, an incredible selection, great ambiance and the service was top notch (I sat at the bar.) An absolute must stop in CO.
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.