I really liked this place. They are mostly just starting and some of the beers had technical issues but these are solvable. What is irreplaceable is the cantina-type, small town Mexico layout, which I found rather appealing in an off-mainstream kind of way.
Stopped by for Ratmanís 5K. Small little brewery with a decent amount of people packed in to the space. Parking available outside with somewhat BBQing in the parking lot. Beers overall were pretty solid and it was a fun atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Worth stopping at.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
In a crappy part of town and has a very small tasting room. They only had a couple of beers when I went there. The guy working was very friendly but the beers were pretty good.
(note - selection rating will probably jump up as they add more beers to their line-up) [note - the address for this place is Zuni street, but it is in a strip mall that faces 13th Ave.] Brought JoeMcPhee here on Friday night - in a not so nice area of town, with a lot of abandoned warehouses around - the place is in a strip mall kind of area, and looks like a pawn shop from outside - inside is decent - cozy enough - for a place that just opened a few days ago, they were surprisingly busy - only a few beers on tap when we were there, but they are in the process of adding more - if they stay busy, though, they might find it hard to keep up with demand, as their fermenters looked fairly small for a commercial brewery - the fact that they had a saison on tap within a few days of opening is very encouraging - the beers we tried were fairly good, with the exception of the saison, which was not terrible, but needed work - reasonable growlers (12 bucks with glass, 10 buck refills, regardless of style) a nice start here - I expect good things from this brewer.
cool little place in an industrial park in south Denver. Has over 12 taps, all pretty exotic stuff-fruit beers, big ipas, spiced saisons, etc. The sampler was huge! usually have a beer or two on cask. quite a variety in terms of the crowd. everything from business men to pure hippies. Definately worth checking out in Denver
Kind of hard to find if you donít know the area. Small tasting room with a laid back feel. The service was great and it was more like drinking at a friendsa house. Selection was light this time with 3 beers, but taps for 7, so this should improve. Well worth seeking out!
ajnepple (146) Denver, Colorado | October 14, 2013| Updated March 5, 2014
Iíve been here a couple times now. Cool little spot not too far from Mile High. Long patio out back next to the light rail. Nice selection of beers on tap, about 13 or so. The ones I had were average to good. 10 tasters for $15. Iíll definitely be back.
Steve_0 (142) Denver, Colorado | February 26, 2012| Updated January 28, 2013
Not very strategically located and is very secluded. The staff was friendly, but the beer was OK. Their kriek is great though, so if they have it on tap definitely try it. The atmosphere is kind of drab and it is not decorated well at all. If you are going to Mile High or Mile High Station, it is very close by and worth a try.
small new brewery in Denver near the football stadium. small tasting room with a few taps offering a variety of styles that Strange has at the moment - all great beer. gave me 3 samples for free since I didnít want the full sampler since I had to drive out to the airport. Iíll be back.