Not too far from New Belgium, I was pleasantly surprised to find out large and modern their facility was. I showed up during GABF, and let me tell you- these folks were prepared. The place was packed, but they had a system in place where you ordered your beers and paid, and then moved on to the tap side where they were filling the orders. I had my sampler in less than 5 minutes. I hung out and chilled on their patio. Beers are good, price is reasonable. and the staff is nice. Worth a visit for sure
I really enjoy going to Odell every time i go to fort collins. This time had another wild ale from them which was ok, love trying their beers. they had a band outside lots of beer on tap to try really great place to drink beer and enjoy yourself. check it out.
What a great adventure! Spent an afternoon at the Odell tasting room, got a tour and drank lots great brews. The booths so comfortable, I didnt want to get up. The tasting room is beautiful!
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
Amazing brewery to visit! You pay just a couple of bucks for a six beer sampler tray or a smaller 4 beer experimental beer sampler tray. I think the trays cost like $3 and with your beer you get a token for either $3 off merchandise or you can donate it to the Humane Society. The beers are incredible and right on par with New Belgium (some locals argue they surpass New Belgium beers). The tour is great and the tasting room almost always has plenty of room. If you hit only two breweries in Fort Collins, make sure to go here and New Belgium.
This place is awesome. Nice big bright tasting room. A flight of their pilot beers was $4! I was there around 4:30 on a monday afternoon and it was not very crowed. Great place, staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Definitely worth a visit if you are in Fort Collins.
This place is awesome. They always have something different on the Pilot trays, sometimes live music, always cool people. It can get a little crowded on Fri and Sat. Beers are great or if not they are incredibly exploratory.
We were planning on hitting New Belgium, but it was way too crowded for us to bring the baby inside, so we decided to hit here and Fort Collins instead - large, homey tasting room, with quite a bit of outdoor seating - a little difficult to find, since it pretty much looks like a farm from the road - a good selection, but the fact that they have pre-selected tasting trays means that you have to dish out the extra cash to buy full glasses of the more rare offerings, which is kind of lame - the taster trays are quite cheap though (4 bucks for six 3 ounce glasses) - the staff was friendly and knowledgeable - the majority of the patrons were slightly uptight, upper-middle class twenty somethings, which is odd for Colorado, but I noticed this in other places in Fort Collins, too - I guess it’s a college town thing - anyway, overall a decent place.
The beer selection was great. Both samplers allow enthusiasts the opportunity to pick what they like best. The atmosphere was great and relaxing. I thoroughly enjoyed the patio. The staff was very knowledgeable of the products and I enjoyed the conversations with them. I was able to have an educational experience as well as enjoy quality beer.