Walking distance to countless breweries in the RiNo brewery, this is worth popping into. Moderately sized, warehouse-feel to the tasting room, with a very modern feel at the same time. A couple of dozen of their own beers on tap, all available in single taster sized pours (or greater of course). Reasonably priced. Just snack food (popcorn, pretzels), but they had a food truck parked outside. Great place.
Huge facility in the brewery district. Well laid out with a ton of indoor and bar seating plus outside as well. They seem to have pretty much taken up a whole city block. Views of the brewery are, well, epic. We ordered at the busy bar, found a seat on the couches. Staff periodically came by asking what we needed, and eventually closed me out, with me never leaving the couch. With like 100 other patrons there, that was pretty impressive. Great beer with a fun, maybe college or yuppy type atmosphere. A must.
Huge industrial unit, still being built in a couple of corners, but nicely fitted out at one end as a relaxed taproom. The large and shiny-new brewkit fills the other two thirds, along with some equally new looking foeders. 25 taps pouring all their own beers, and friendly professional staff.
Huge pale yellow building with outdoor dankes. Indoor decoration with long black wood tables and pleasant chairs. 25 taps and a good deal of bottles. Food truck just outside. Merchandise sales, samplers at fair prices. Friendly staff
Planned to go here without actually knowing it was the same Epic as in Utah. Arrived and, yep, it’s them. Place was cool - large room, with fermenters/barrels and tap room. Tap selection was unique enough which was nice. Decent selection of to-go bottles. Nice staff.
Bright and spacious, and easy to find thanks to the building’s architecture. Knowledgeable and attentive staff. Plenty of comfortable seating, and a fun mellow vibe throughout. When the food truck arrived, we got some eats (delicious) and another round of samples. And then some pints. I didn’t find a single beer (well, maybe the fruit beers) that I wouldn’t want a pint of. I thoroughly enjoyed wiling away a few hours there. Highly recommended.
Located just north of C Squared and Stem Ciders you’ll come upon a refurbished old brick building with big windows making for a bright space. The interior is polished, slick and new with a spacious taproom facing gleaming steel tanks and a long bar. Even on a crowded Sunday afternoon it still felt spacious. A few take-out fridges and small merchandise corner allow for souvenirs and the friendly staff will help you navigate the large selection of Epic Brews. A really well executed taproom that while not as soulful as others in town is worth a visit for those wanting to check out Epic beers.
Big seating area with couches and more comfortable chairs, as well as a traditional bar with tables. They were very busy, but the servers come and find you, you don’t have to order from the bar. Good selection of only Epic brewing beers, but they had plenty of chilled bottles on hand to take home. We only stayed for one beer, but it was outstanding - Big Bad Baptist. All Imperial Stout fans need to try this one pronto. Overall I recommend it and I’m sure I will be back.