Prost is located just across the interstate from many other fine Denver establishments, and is definitely worth the stop. The German focus is appreciated and they are producing some really nice beers. A local food vendor was set up outside should you get hungry.
Visited after dinner on a Wednesday. Easy to find off I-25 in lower highlands. Parking available in smaller lot or along the street. Very much a German beer hall design, in an older building with big open seating inside and outside on the patio. 10 German style beers on, 3 of which were seasonals. Beers available as 5.5oz taster, 30 or 50 cl glass, and liter Maß. Service was great, really knew their beers and engaged all the customers. I really enjoyed the Keller Pils and the overall vibe of this place. This place has the feel of neighborhood spot tucked in the middle of massive growth, including the excellent Avanti food hall across the street. Bottled beer was available to go.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
German style beer hall with a couple really excellent beers (lagers) and a few others, all in Germany style, that were just ok. Wanted to drink mass after mass of the Keller Pils and regular Pils. Like the feel and the scene.
Good place with German styles, went during France/Portugal match so lots of enthusiastic fans, beers were tasty , had about 10 on tap, food option was a burrito truck, however Avanti is next door! Service was quick for a busy place, prices were typical
A green building the inside reveals a German style beer hall with an old school copper german brewery.
I was lucky enough to meet, chat and drink with one of the owners on my last day in Denver. I popped in for one quick beer but wound up staying an hour. Very well executed classic german style brews, crisp, clean and dead easy to drink. When you’re tired of all the flashy high ABV beers elsewhere and just want to chill and drink solid brews come here.
Sunday night in August. Not a bad walk from downtown or the ballpark, but oddly situated right along I-25. The place borders on the authentic German beer hall, despite the unfortunate location. Unfortunately I found the staff to be utterly aloof and completely disinterested in my presence, if at least efficient in delivering me a beer. I had one beer, which was a great German representative. But I was so off-put by the lack of warmth, I didn’t stay (lots of other places to explore within walking distance). The lack of crowd was an equal indicator. (Brewery #642)
I thought this place was fantastic. truly authentic german lagers that were all very tasty. I had the pils and kolsch, both were amazing! ambience is great-lots of friendly people with a good size beer garden where you can bring your dog. service was easy-go to the bar and get your beer with no line. This is a top place in Denver if you ask me.
really liked the concept of this place, something I wish we saw more of in the US, or at least on the west coast. the place itself certainly has a German feel to it and all their beers are traditional German styles. for the most part the beers were good, but I was told they have a lot of inconsistency. too bad. service was handled at the bar and was quite friendly and quick. there’s a lot of long picnic/community tables around and some patio seating as well. the weird thing about this place is the parking: there basically isn’t any. you kind of have to pull up on the sidewalk and just on the empty space in front of the brewery.
If you like German styled beers, this is a mandatory stop. Prost is a large beer hall, of course. They even shipped their brewhouse from Germany and the swag seems vaguely military or uniform with the PB patches over the breast. There were 8 different beers on tap. The three I tasted were impeccably clean and true to style. Arguably the finest American made Dunkel, Dunkel Weis or German Pilsner I’ve ever tasted. There is no food available here other than warm pretzels. The prices per glass are widely varied, but after I realized each beer comes in the appropriate German glass, thus resulting in widely varied volumes, it made sense.