NachlamSie (814) 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.
The atmosphere was that of a restaurant. The beer selection was diverse and I thoroughly enjoy the quality of beer. Make sure you check out the wall of cans! I was not thoroughly impressed with the food; it was very generic. The prices seemed to be a little high for the quality, mainly on the food. I am sure it would be a great location before or after a Rockies game.
I think this was my favorite brewpub in Denver. A bit out of the way from downtown on Kalamath Street, this is a good place to go to get away from the crowds Wednesday- Friday during the GABF. Not sure if I would really call it a brewpub since it is technically a restaurant attached to a commercial brewery, but it’s definitely a really cool place. Very relaxed atmosphere, unpretentious yet cool decor, and it has a foosball table! The bbq food was pretty well done, not the best I’ve had but was still pretty tasty. The service was excellent, had a waittress that was happy to answer any beer related questions, and offered free samples of some of them which is pretty rare for a waittress. If I lived in Denver, this would be a place I would go to have a beer and relax. Although not spectacular, the beer was pretty well made.
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.
Cozy place with a good atmosphere. Did not eat the BBQ and probably wont due to the fact that I subsist on veggies. But it was a great place to enjoy their beers. The 471 IPA is quality and much more enjoyable on tap. The bartenders are good and attentive. It is kind of in the middle of nowhere while still being in Denver.
ajnepple (180) Lakewood, Colorado | October 22, 2013| Updated April 23, 2014
They have about 15 beers on tap. The food is cheap and pretty good for BBQ. The bartender is friendly and knowledgeable. Pretty typical brewpub ambiance, they are usually playing some good tunes, though. The beers I sampled were average (Red) to very good (Trademark Mosaic). Grab a pound of pulled pork to take home!