3fourths (1564) Boulder, Colorado | August 22, 2010| Updated January 21, 2013
stale atmosphere. nothing of interest on tap. food menu looked like it could have potential but I wasn’t convinced enough to try. not really that fun of a place to drink in denver. not in a great neighborhood, nothing else of interest around, and the crowd isn’t as young or interesting as I prefer.
NachlamSie (775) Denver, Colorado | February 26, 2009| Updated September 29, 2013
Efficient, tasteful set up in this brewpub. I only had one beer, an as of yet unnamed IPA, but it was pretty good. I enjoyed the meat, though the slaw was weird (not southern). The service was quick and friendly. All the beer is available in bottles to go at a pretty reasonable price. I enjoyed my visit, but I don’t know if it was enough to be leaps and bounds beyond the stiff competition in the local beer scene.
Went here for dinner with some coworkers on my last trip to Denver. Very small on the inside. There is a bar with about 8 or 9 stools and about 10 or so tables. Bartender was also the waiter. Real nice guy. Had maybe 8 taps with a new IPA and a couple of the 471 small batches. Had bombers and six packs for sale to go. Thought the BBQ was really good especially for the prices. You can have 2 meats and a side for lunch for under $6. Not really a great beer destination, but really for some casual cheap eats and a couple decent beers. Would go often if I lived in the area.
Nice atmosphere, lot of space, long round bar. The service a bit slow but when the servant arrived he was very friendly and seemed to know his beers. The one I had was good and the rest on tap looked interesting. Unfortunately I did not have time to eat. Will definately come back. Moderate price level.
Visited on 10/12/12. GABF Week. (Stop #2 of the day)
A: The place has a little more of an upscale feel to it but not uptight. They have a huge bar area plus plenty of tables all around.
Q: The beers we had were decent but nothing that would blow you away.
S: Service was decent, it was lunchtime and the place was busy but we were sat and served in decent time. The server was friendly and knowledgeable.
S: Selection was decent between the in house beers and guest taps from Wynkoop, covering a wide array of styles.
F: Food had mixed reviews . Had a nice bowl of jambalaya and salmon tacos, which were really good but then had a burger that came out literally raw.
V: The beers were about $5 pint, common for the area and food was decently priced too.
Overall, a nice stop while in town , great lunch stop.