Pulling up, wasn’t sure where it was, it looks like an old ranch or something. Not my favorite brewery, pretty small, but a nice little tap room and friendly staff make it worth the trip if you are already on the brew tour circuit.
Visited on a Friday afternoon. Located in what looked like a warehouse, the inside was small and rustic, but nice just the same. The service at the bar was very friendly, and the waitress was both very pleasant and knowledgable. The samples were pretty cheap and they had $1 pints while we were there. They had a nice selection of merchandise as well. No food here, but basically just a nice place with really good beer. Maybe not to the extent of New Belgium, but in my opinion a must-stop if in Fort Collins.
rotoguru (12) Fort Collins, Colorado | February 20, 2007| Updated June 17, 2007
Brewery is in industrial area on Lincoln between Timberline and Lemay. Rather small but clean tap room. Service was excellent; of course, there were very few other visitors (3 total while our group of 5 was there) on a Monday afternoon. Selection was very good with typical commercially available offerings (Kidd, Z, Retro, BigShot, Major Tom) and a couple of not (yet) available choices (Alt contest winner from July 2006, and an IPA [Ziggy?] that they are considering releasing). 6 pack sampler for $3.
Tiny place right down the street from Odells. Cool ambiance. All their posters on the walls. Small corner bar. I think our server was stoned. No, I know he was. Made it fun. Good place but more of a closet than a brewery. Glad they had a tasting room though.
Kind of a basic tasting room. Tables and chairs and a stainless steel bar. Good beers that are very true to style, without being afraid to experiment a little in the process. This place is not extravagant and over the top at all. Laid back and down to Earth. The girl behind the bar was very cool and talkative with some interesting stories to tell.
First stop on our own private "Foam on the Range" tour of Ft. Collins, 4/12/06: Very friendly hottie manned the taps and despite her fit appearance, she a damn lot about their beers, other locals and beer in general. We were impressed. The beer was pretty damn good too. Very friendly little joint operating in lieu of the old HC Berger Brewery. Definitely a good stop.
Very, very nice people. Everyone from the girl behind the counter to the brewmaster made me feel welcomed. $3 for a generous sample of every beer they have on tap. Very airy and quaint. A great beer experience and a Ft. Collins must see.
Crosling (70) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 9, 2005| Updated September 10, 2005
I enjoy the regular small batch draught only beers, which appear regurlarly. The people are very nice, and it has a very new, small brewery feel. One of the first breweries I’ve actually watched from the ground up. The tasters are also free!
Decent place to grab a few brews off of the beaten path in Ft Collins. It is easy enough to find if you are crawling, otherwise the signage is hidden and you will pass it the first time. Nice staff to tell you about all of their beers with some seasonal brewer select beers to sample as well as the standard offering. Typical tap room for a small micro.
hidden back amongst what appears to be zoned an industrial area, but once you find it it is cool. hops growing on the wall outside, inside is a laid back small tasting room with some merch too. all of their bottled stuff on tap plus an extra rotating "tap club" tap. staff was friendly and knowledgable.
Small, hard to find brewery in a run down area of town. Pretty nice inside though, clean and very modernized. They sell bottles and shirts here, but most people come to sample beers or to fill growlers, I would reccomend either of those. Pretty good staff. Selection is good, but again most of their beers you can get in bottles anyways .