First visited here in April 2002. Location alone makes this a classic, and add the quality beers, and you have a "must visit."
JK (377) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | January 1, 2013
Visited GABF weekend. Large sampler of all of the beers available for $12.00 The food was only ok, cafeteria food quality. Salads were a a ridiculous $14. Ambiance is probably better at night, the brewpub does not appear to be very clean. Service was friendly, if a little slow.
Stopped by on a ticking trip with some other Ratebeerians. The bar area is kinda nice and the view of the mountains from the brewpub is spectacular. The beers on offer were far from spectacular though I have to say and I know that Breckenridge have brewed better than this. The food was dreadful. Most of what I had was full of fat and the fries were covered in salt. I managed to eat my burger and only a few fries. It made me Ill for a good 24 hours after I left. Breckenridge is a lovely town but I wonít go our of my way to visit the brewpub again. The wifi signal was fine in the bar area but was extremely poor in some other parts of the pub.
Iphonephan (352) McLean/Jackson Hole, Virginia | August 1, 2013| Updated October 12, 2013
Visited at 5 PM on a Thursday in August. Not busy. Enjoyed an outdoor table and ordered the flight of all 8 of their beers on tap - about half of which I had had before. Most of the beers are pretty mediocre. Service was fine. Only had some artichoke dip, so cannot comment on their food. More of an apres ski joint than a beer destination.Doubt I will be back.
I did come back with some ratebeerians looking for new beers. Had 4 more beers. Just ok. Food was nothing special. Place looks like it could use a serious cleaning.
Ate lunch and had some beers here. Nice clean place with a kind of rustic Colorado feel. Service was good. Decent selection. Food was typical brew pub fare. Some beers were better than others but all were pretty solid. Worth a visit.
Brewpub on Main St in Breckenridge. Style was pretty generic, but it did have a pretty nice bar just in front of their brewing equipment. Service was nice and attentive. Handful of beers available, but most were just okay. The speciality beers they brewed in house were definitely the weakest of the bunch. Food was pretty good with a variety of options. Prices were a little high, but thatís to be expected in downtown Breckenridge. Okay place, but not one Iím interested in going back to.
bleeng (163) Seattle still not near Beersel., Washington | August 24, 2008
My son and have been going here for about 5 years during our summer trips to CO. This place is very consistent but leaves a bit to be desired. My sonís pasta dish was very bland-it had to be sent back. I had Buffalo meatloaf-very tasty. The beers are very standard and there has never been anything off the charts here for beer. Too bad with the name recognition they couldnít brew some one-offs or venture out a bit. OK for a once-in-a-year visit but donít go out of your way to visit here.
I have to say I was really disappointed with my visit here. The outside looked very nice with flower boxes and brick. The inside was kind of run down and generic sports-bar like. I sat at the bar and at first the person was on the ball then she disappeared. They have a decent selection of house brews. The food was mediocre at best. The lamb was underdone, but I was in a hurry so I just ate it. On top of that it was fairly pricey.