Not your typical brewery scene. When I went it was loud and crowded. It seemed like a place people would meet up at to hang out. Not bad, just different. The beer was good for the most part but besides the Graham Cracker Porter not a lot stood out.
Reasonly open area inside & out, went on Boxing Day 2016 so surprised at how busy it was; service was quick with a lot of "sorry for the wait".... Heaps of dogs which I liked. Price was fair but overall selection wasn’t as good as others, yet still good beer
Visited early evening on a Wednesday. Easy to located on Platte Street, parking is street and is likely quite crowded on weekends. Building itself is big and open, with a large main room that opens up with huge windows to a large street side patio that features long picnic tables. 13 house beers on, variety of styles. They had a big pretzel for food, or a food truck parked out front. Also appeared to be a separate “Barrel Room” with an event happening. Service was solid, fun place.
70 = ★★˝ (Locals should check it out, visitors with extended time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Sunday evening in August, this place had a decent crowd despite the place’s somewhat obscure location north of downtown. The bartender was attentive and knowledgeable, and the three beers I tried were all well above average. The open-aired tasting room was a great spot to finish my trip to Denver. Will be back. (Brewery #643)
This place has a good selection of beers for a brewery, but none of them really blow me away! Fortunately for them, they have one of the best locations in Denver! Unfortunately that means it’s always busy! Staff is friendly and the ambiance is great. Another great place to hang out on a nice sunny Colorado afternoon!
large warehouse location with quite a few beers on tap. unfortunately, a few chili beers. beer quality on the whole was subpar, but that didn’t stop the place from being packed on a wednesday night. lots of seating inside (high tops and the bar) and outside (picnic tables). service was okay as we just ordered taster trays at the bar. wouldn’t mind coming back for the atmosphere and the ticks, but it’s not a place i’d care to really drink the beer.
I visited on a Wednesday afternoon and the large taproom as well as the large patio were bustling with people. The bartenders were working bar efficiently, which wasn’t too difficult as there were four on staff. I had the rauchbier and their fresh hopped IPA which were both pretty good. A food truck was outside which is always handy to have. But it was labeled authentic Mexican tortas and they were selling Americanized Tex Mex sandwiches, but that is a totally different rant and not relevant to Denver Beer Company. I got a growler of the fresh hop and was happy with that. This was a very solid visit and one of the busier breweries I’ve been to