This place seems to have been rebranded as Breck on Blake online and was the second most disappointing brewery of my trip to Colorado after Fort Collins Brewery. Very macro like. It has a sports bar feel and reminds me of Amsterdamn Brewing in Toronto. Nice staff who gave messy pours of at best average beers.
Stopped in with a colleague while in town for a conference. Large place with lots of tables and a nice looking bar. Decent tap selection of Breckenridge and other local stuff. Mostly standard stuff but decent selection overall. If you’re headed to the game, probably worth stopping in. But not a place to really go out of your way for. Prices were reasonable and service was decent enough.
this place feels like a BJs or a Chili’s or something. large sort of sterile, corporate interior and decor. service was slow and not all that personable and great. they only have predetermined flights as well, which was kind of annoying. pricing isn’t great, either. they do at least have a half decent selection of guest beers as well as their own offerings. I guess it’s an okay place to stop if you’re going to a ball game. but there’s a lot of options in Denver.
Overall this is a good place to bring the kids or the parents, but not a super fun brewery destination. Would really benefit from an outdoor space or a pool table or other parlor-type game. Atmosphere is big and spacious with an upscale feel to it. Food is also on the upscale side, which means their menu is a bit limited. Decent selection of their own and some guest beers, but not mind-blowing [which is fine considering that Falling Rock is just down the way]. Not terrible, just slightly inferior to other options within walking distance.
Brewpub by the ballpark. A few nice guest taps from other Colorado breweries. A few BA versions of Breckenridge’s brews. Food was quite good actually - better than expected. Service was attentive and friendly.