Beryl’s Beer Company

3120 Blake St
Denver, Colorado United States 80205
brewery (Beryl's Beer Company)  4.15/5.0 10 reviews
Mon & Wed 5:00-8:00 PM, Thu-Sat 12:00-10:00 PM, Sun 2:00-7:00 PM

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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
GTAEgeek  (365) Colorado Springs, Colorado | August 2, 2018
Stopped in on a very slow Wednesday evening, so there was actually a spot open in their parking lot. Cool patio area, and an open, grungy, industrial vibe inside. The bartender was friendly and talkative, and knew what he was pouring. Excellent taplist, running the range from a witbier and helles, to the wonderful, barrel-aged stuff. My flight, which included three barrel-aged beers, was $13, which I thought was reasonable, given the beers included. The prices on the chalkboard all seemed very fair. Each beer is served in very proper glassware. Sours in tulips, and the german styles in a Maßkrug. This is a fun place. Great variety and creative beers.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
mcberko  (1773) Vancouver, British Columbia | July 5, 2017
Within close walking distance of countless breweries, this is a great addition to any RiNo brewery crawl. Fairly expansive modern and warehouse-feel tasting room, with a large patio out front. Beer is very experimental and ambitious, though only sometimes on the mark. Highlights including a tequila BA gose, a BA imperial stout, and a BA imperial saison, but wasn’t too enthused about the rest. Very friendly service at the bar and reasonably priced. Loved hanging out here. Recommended.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
ck1  (100) Illinois | June 29, 2017
On the Blake Street strip of 50 breweries or whatever in the RiNo neighborhood. Set back from the street, the setup reminded me of Courtyard Brewing in NOLA, if anyone has ever been there. Lots of tap choices, with a lot of interesting styles (summer doppelbock???), but not necessarily good choices. Much seating indoors and out. Food truck was there on Saturday afternoon, so that is always a good thing. Decent enough place to stop for one as you are walking from brewery to brewery around there. Slight tick down for their crappy picnic tables that left a giant splinter in Htiek72. Not cool
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 17/20
Ratman197  (195) Denver, Colorado | February 26, 2017
Well lit taproom with around a dozen or more beers on tap. Service is quick and friendly. Lots of different barrel aged beers available. Price are pretty fair. Defiantly worth seeking out.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 18/20
james68  (2) Colorado | February 3, 2016
This place is a little hard to find but worth it. Great selection of beer and while the tap room might not be as polished as other tap rooms it has its own charm. Some of the non-barrel aged beers really stood out to me the Antero English style ale as they position it was actually a very approachable beer that left me wanting more after the fact which is always the sign of a good beer. On the barrel aged side I gravitated toward the British style barley wine...all I can say is I have had few beers with this amount of depth and complexity. Great brewery with equally great staff a must go!
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 16/20
JK  (435) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | October 22, 2015
It takes some effort to get here without a car. Indistrial building setting, small patio on the parking lot. Even during GABF it seemed like people from the neighborhood here. A few games, tables and comfortable chairs in a warehoise setting. Not a particularly nice space but it was friendly and relaxing.
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 16/20
notalush  (424) Lakewood, Colorado | July 3, 2015
(Update 2 - marked increase in selection, currently with 9 "regular brews" and six barrel-aged - as selection has increased, quality has become hit or miss, but still very competent brewing) (Update - this is quickly becoming one of my favorite new breweries in town - while I still do not like the ambiance, and I think the barrel-aged beers need work, the non-treated beers are all very solid - the brewer is showing a lot of promise right out of the gate - and the people are very nice - there are some less than ideal aspects about this place, but the beer quality and variety of styles the brewer is taking on make me very excited about this place - and the fact that they have at least two solid session beers on tap at four bucks a pour is a huge bonus) Yet another new brewery in River North - with more slated to open in this neighborhood soon, I have to wonder how many is too many - doesn’t seem to be too much of an issue yet, as most places are always very busy - anyway - this one is tucked in a small warehouse space about a block from Epic (which is either good for them, or bad for them, depending on how you look at it) - their schtick is to focus on barrel-aged beers (the name is a play on words - beryl is the state gemstone of Colorado, or something like that) - not particularly exciting, if you ask me - pretty much everyone in town is doing barrel-aging, whether they make it part of their marketing scheme, or not - the irony is that, on my visit, only one of the five beers was barrel-aged (there were several more aging, though) - the added bit of irony is that the one barrel-aged beer was the worst of the bunch - the rest of the line-up consisted mostly of light, sessionable beers, plus a Baltic porter - really a nice mix of styles for such a small selection - a couple of the session beers are excellent, so the brewer is certainly showing competence early on, I am just not so sure about their abilities with barrel-aging just yet - prices are average (about five bucks a pint) - a rather generous flight of five will cost you about ten bucks - the barrel-aged beers are, of course, extremely expensive (8 bucks a pour) - the space itself is kind of dark and cave-like inside, but they’ve tried to cozy it up with some living room-like furniture - still, not that comfortable - the staff members were all warm and welcoming, fairly attentive - no food, but as with most other breweries in town, there are food trucks/carts stationed out front - I do see some potential here, as a handful of the beers were very good, but the jury is out on the barrel-aging thing (I am curious about a saison they currently have aging in white wine barrels) - at this point, I would recommend sticking with the non-treated beers if you visit - we’ll see if that recommendation changes in the near future.
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 12/20
3fourths  (1576) Boulder, Colorado | February 2, 2015
Modern RiNo taproom, clean and bright interior, tables and chair and a small bar. Beer quality is still to be determined, their barrel aged stuff doesn’t appear to me and the ESB / English Ale has problems. The Dampfbier was decent but had it’s own problems. Probably worth a revisit in the future but I’ll cross my fingers that the beer improves.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
Steve_0  (142) Denver, Colorado | September 12, 2014
I dig the low lit ambiance of this place and the staff is incredibly friendly and knowledgeable. Mostly tables and chairs, but a small bar space and lounging area with leather chairs and ottomans. Majority of what I had was good, with some being standouts. Reasonable prices and a fairly wide range of styles on tap, with some barrel aged offerings. Can’t wait to try some of their other BA offerings once they are ready. Easily one of the better breweries that have opened up in city. Cozy and inviting. Will be returning soon.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 19/20
NachlamSie  (899) Denver, Colorado | July 28, 2014
When I saw that Beryl’s Beer Company had opened basically one block away from Epic I wondered if that is too close a proximity for two breweries. I actually went to Epic first on this day and after not being able to even approach the bar due to the overwhelming crowds on a Saturday, I went to Beryl’s for my first beer and was thankful for the short distance. Beryl’s is in a warehouse space with just one neighbor. They’ve done well with the space. It’s very open and inviting with neat antique-styled furniture. It brings to mind the ambiance of many of the taprooms in Asheville. The bartenders were great: sociable and knowledgeable. The beer list was pretty brief with only 6 offerings, but the two I had were very good. Also they spanned a nice array of styles from baltic porter to an English pale to a light German ale. They have an ambitious barrel-aging project going. Since they are newly open, only one was available but it was good. Standard beers are $5 a pour across the board with one $4 wheat beer which is probably the lowest average price for a beer in RiNo. The barrel aged beer was $8, about the going rate for such a thing in the city. I’m very pleased with the quality of the product considering how new they are and I felt very cozy at the taproom. The styles also provided something I probably couldn’t get at the other nearby breweries.

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