Located on the east side of Colorado Mills. Large restaurant and tap house with tons of beers. Pretty standard stuff for the most part, with a few exceptions. Friendly service and decent ambiance. The food is pretty darn good, but can be a little pricy. Solid place to grab a bite and a beer in Lakewood.
Yard House has a very large selection of beer on tap. The one kicker about that, however, is that they have a ton of macro beers, so nothing too exciting on tap, but a shitload of selection to choose from. Either way, it is a great place to stop in West Denver (Golden/Lakewood) area for beers. Yard House is a little bit more upscale than your typical beer restaurant. Not too swanky, but the food is a little more on the expensive side.
they have a ton of taps, but nothing really rare. they could find a few rarities and put on tap occasionally. havent tried their food but, seriously with so many taps find something different, other than that the place is pretty cool
been going here for years, its the closest bar to my house. great food, not bad drink specials after 10 and the selection isn’t bad. not the best brews in the world on tap, but not bad. 110 taps probably, but 6 Budweiser taps doesn’t count.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated October 14, 2010
This is a FUN place to drink! They have a very nice beer selection and you get them in a "half yard" (i.e., a tall liter glass). I love going here and getting blasted on a couple half-yards of Franziskaner. I definitely recommend this place to anyone in West Denver.
You can describe this place with the phrase quantity over quality, but you can get some good beers here. Don’t go looking for the super rare or anything, but it’s a solid beer stop. I thought the place was fine, went here with some co-workers from my company’s Lakewood, CO office (right across the street) in July ’08 for dinner, and we stuck around for a few drinks after. Certainly worked for what we were shooting for.
Flyer (50) Hartland, Wisconsin | September 25, 2008
Beer taps: 115. Beer culture: Zero. This chain is a travesty. I wouldn’t have returned after visiting the Palm Beach version, but some business associates who know I love craft beer wanted to go. There’s really nothing very distinctive beer-wise, and the atmosphere borders on pretentious. Most people aren’t even drinking beer. The food, on the other hand, is very, very good. I try to remind myself that this place, in theory, serves a purpose of educating craft novices, but there is no real knowledge here. And if that were truly your goal, wouldn’t it make sense to have a few big/extreme/creative beers among the 115, just to let the newcomer know what’s out there?
There’s no homey feel here, but it’s a good time with good food and good beer. Service is good when you can get it. They’ll let you sample anything before you order a pint. I agree with the statement about macro swill, but I suppose they have to serve all populations. And it’s in a mall, not "the back of a SuperTarget."
This place boosts 130 taps, which is a very awesome sight by anybody in the beer business. They do have alot of macro swill on tap, but they also boost some very good taps (Rogue shakesphere, Rogue hazelnut, and Stone IPA, which I had when i was there). Friendly staff, but the noise was very loud.