I am so spoiled to live in Denver. I can go to Great Divide whenever I want, and I can drink fresh beer. I can talk with the brewers and bottlers, and of course Patrick the keeper of the Tap Room. If you do a little research, you can stop in and have a beer that will never be made again. Prost.
Very friendly people encountered on my visit here. Nice wooden decor inside and a tasting bar of all their brews. Go for the oak aged yeti. windows peer into the back where you can witness their bottling/brewing equipment and processes. They welcomed giving a tour. Not much more to do here though besides sample a few of their brews..
I had no idea how small this brewery is, it makes me feel fortunate we get the beer in Florida. Great place, the tasting room is small but very laid back, off duty employees were there hanging out drinking. The owner took us on a tour and told us some of the history of the building and starting the brewery. I wish we had time to go back while i was in Denver, one of the best breweries iíve been to.
Small brewery with a small tap room adjacent to it. They have snacks, but no kitchen. I think there were 8 beers on tap the day I visited, including a Belgian IPA that I havenít seen in bottles or on tap elsewhere. Service was good and you can watch the bottling process through the tap room windows.
Visited on a Thursday morning around 10 AM. Located just blocks from Coors Field, this place it located in an older building that you wouldnít know was a brewery unless you knew it beforehand. There was a lot of construction on the inside, however the staff apologized for the mess and gave us some samples on the way. Our tour guide Riley (the head bottler) really knew his stuff, and was a cool guy all the way, offering us refills on our samples several times during the tour. They gave us several samples, and even the brewer came down and chatted with us for awhile. They could not have been cooler guys. They also had a lot of really sweet merchandise for sale, along with free stickers, coasters, and bottle openers. They donít give regular tours, so if you stop by between the hours of 8AM-5PM, stop by if you want to have some excellent, flavorful beers.
Has a small tasting room in front of the brewery.Very fresh, clean and well lit. The service has always been fast, friendly and knowledgable whenever Iíve been there. They have a good beer selection including some one off beers made for the tasting room only. Definatly worth checking out!
A spartan tap room to be sure, but itís attached to the brewery so there is an unparalleled freshness factor here. Friendly staff, a quick tour of the production facilities, and an obvious devotion to the craft of brewing lend lots of character to the operation. Four free tasters, good merchandising products for sale, and a chance to try the oak-aged, unbottled beers before they hit store shelves. Great Divide is a must-see on a tour of the Denver beer scene. One criticism is the food. Iím not expecting a gourmet experience, but after tasting a few 8-10 percent beers, a little palate cleanser is nice. The two food choices, beer nuts and spiced kettle potato chips, are both palate-killers.
Nice tasting room with several of the GD beers available. Very friendly and knowledgable staff. Enjoyed OA Yeti on tap while there - good stuff. Also had Great Divide shirts, glasses, etc for purchase.