Visited here for Happy Hour while on a business trip in May í15. Downtown Grand Junction - sat in the outdoor patio out in the street - great atmosphere. Have about 8 to 10 of their beers on tap - some priced lower for Happy Hour - much appreciated. The three I had were very tasty, Waiter was very attentive and had a great sense of humor - did not forget us outside. Had a hummus appetizer - lower price for Happy Hour. Pretty tasty, Worth a stop if in the area.
Stopped by while camping in Grand Junctiion, was pleasantly suprised to find a brewpub in the downtown area. Nice on the inside, sem-classy wood/brick combo. Didnít eat, was just curious about the beer. Unfortunately it waqs some of the worst I had all vacation. Average at best, below average many of their selection. Standard american pub styles, nothing new or exciting. Great staff and venue, just shoddy beer.
stopped in on 7/20/10...
sweet spot downtown. converted old building with exposed brewing facility. it was fairly busy at lunch time yet we still had very good service. ten or so beers on tap though they were out of the only one i really wanted to try! great laid back vibe.
A cool little place in downtown Grand Junction. A smallish bar with lots of people around it even at 2PM on a Wednesday. A nice brick interior. 10 beers on tap. We got huge samplers of all of them- plus a few beers. I didnít eat here. The bartender was really cool and attentive, plus he gave us some free samples. A nice place overall. The had growlers to go.
Nice building on Main Street in downtown Grand Junction. The brick walls and tall ceilings are nice but do make for a slightly noisy atmosphere, but not over the top. The food is good, and we really enjoyed the Thai Chicken Wing appetizer - a little spicy with the peanut sauce typical of Thai cooking. There were 6 house beers available.
BrewDad (464) Olympia, Washington | October 5, 2006| Updated September 4, 2008
Our first stop in Colorado after a breathtaking drive around there awesome National Park. The place was an old brick building in the middle of town. We where greeted with great service and the food was not bad. Watch out they think fiery hot wings are mild so take note the food was HOT. The beer was also not too bad a tad watery but not bad for after a long drive. We liked the main bar with the HD TVís and the Monday night football on. This was a nice place and just a average Brew Pub lots of going-ons there all the time. The staff is not super knowledgeable of the beer. They are of the PBR crowd.