Visited on a recent trip through Denver. The tiny tap room was very lively during tour time, but then quieted down. People there were mostly locals and were very friendly. They had just about every beer that Great Divide offers on tap right there. The hours were a bit strange, but I made it. A great place to sit (or stand) and have a beer, take in the tour, and have a good conversation.
Visited July 2016. Smallish taproom, on my visit it was busy but manageable. Most of the GD standard range was on plus one or two specials. Good to come here, it’s a must visit for any craft beer fan visiting Denver
JK (423) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | October 4, 2017
Stopped in here several times during various GABF weekends. Very crowded, small tap room with many common offerings but also less common varieties, several different Yeti versions. The brewery was largely open to wander through. Some of the better beer in Denver and I assume a much more relaxed atmosphere the rest of the year. A must visit beer place.
Decent small taproom in a large facility. A few of their mainstay classics on tap and a few other one offs. Perhaps not as interesting as imagined to visit here just because I've had their great beers so much, but then it's good to see it at the source. Friendly bar service.
Came here on 8.7.2017. A big honor to visit one of the greatest Craft beer breweries in the US. Located close to Denver’s baseball ground. Quite small tap room, expected a much larger place. This is not negative as this place could keep it’s soul. Started with a Pale Ale, followed by a blood orange sour ale, a Titan IPA and of course finished with a Yeti Stout. Beers were all outstanding. I parked outside and it seems the minimum parking fee in this area is 20$. Check out other options or maybe I got it wrong.
Small tasting room with limited seating, and was very crowded when we visited on an early Monday afternoon. Slightly different taplist to the Barrel Room and not quite as exciting. $2/taster for the regulars, more for some of the special ones. Friendly, quick service despite the business. Worth a stop when in town, but the Barrel Room is a far superior spot.
This beer we are able to get in limited quantities out east so I am a little familiar with what they offer. Only a few blocks from another great brewery so this can be part of an excellent walking tour. Located on the corner there is a very narrow and small seating section outside. It was sunny when we visited so all the tables outside where full. No food available but a food truck steps from the front door which was nice. The bar is rather small and narrow. With the stools full it gets crowded rather quickly in the bar area. There is a small rail around the room you can put you drink down and stand if you like. Behind the bar is a small seating area with tables and a few high tops. Large windows provided ample light into the tasting room. From here you can also see the brewing operation. Beer tours every weekend, just gotta show up and get on the list. Loved the relaxed environment and the beer was really good as well. Great selection of beer and quality ingredients.
Small space, mostly standing room only, noisy and crowded. Food truck was parked outside. 15 own beers on tap when I visited. Great value on tasters 3 for $3, average prices on pints.
Lots of yokels. Conversations like ’what’s the deal with you driving on the left side of the road? I don’t know man ?!*}%
Worth visiting for great beers if nothing else.