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.
I used to work about 3 minutes from the tap house and took advantage of it at lunch. You just can’t beat a slice of take and bake and an IPA for $5. Its this little place in an industrial complex off the beaten path, no food, but a catering company has a window open you can pick stuff up at. No growlers is Avery’s policy, which is too bad but they keep a nice assortment of their big beers on sale. I really can’t say anything bad about them, Gotta love Avery.
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.
Great tasting room. Pub feel. Quite a few beers on tap. Service was very attentive. Most beers are the usual suspects. Fumator was on though. Food across the alley.
onceblind (66) Denver, Colorado | October 4, 2010| Updated September 19, 2011
Great little brewery with a nice pub feel. Insane selection of rarities, seasonals, year-rounds, and some experimentals that will never be bottled. Exceptional service, even when busy. Didnt try the food, but at least they offered some. And $1 4oz samples? Asinine. Must go back!
jckp64 (7) St Louis, Missouri | September 20, 2010
Good atmosphere. Had a good selection of beers on tap. Had some good aged ones as well. They tap a new barrel every friday around 5pm. There’s easy access to food across the street that delivers. The only thing I found lacking was the service. Not enough wait staff to handle the volume. It was during the GABF, so maybe it’s not fair to judge any place during that event.
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.