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.
Very small hipster joint with a few old school video games. Great service, several different people came to check on me. Smallish selection of their own beers, but what they have spans a lot of different styles. They only have 3 food items but they are pretty good. Value on food and pints was good, but take home bombers were outrageous. I liked this place, I hope they continue to do well.
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 didn’t want the full sampler since I had to drive out to the airport. I’ll be back.
Out-of-the-way industrial area, but worth the trip. Small locale with small bar area and small eating/tabled area. 7 or 8 taps of unique, impressive brews for the size of the operation. Very friendly staff. Would highly recommend if in the area. These guys are quickly outgrowing their surroundings.
Great, small little place in an older industrial strip mall (think small warehouse) just south of mile high and just west of 25. When I visited (January 2012), the offerings were very broad - from Kriek to a rum vanilla porter and lots in between - probably 12 different beers, impressive for a small operation. I only had 3 (’farmhouse’, IPA and th saison), and all were clean, technically well done, and, most importantly, delicious. Conversation was great, overall a friendly place that I didn’t want to leave and wished was around the corner (although, nothing is really around the corner). As its about 80% from office to home on my commute, it’s firmly in the rotation.
This is a small hole in the wall brewery in an industrial park. In fact we had a little trouble finding it but once we did I was pleasantly surprised. Reminds me of Forge Brew Works in Lorton, VA just 1600 miles away. There are several bays with doors between them. The center one has a small bar, maybe getting 8 people around it, and a few high tops with benches. Brewery operations are in the back and the place has a lot of character. They certainly make some good beer with lots of taps and different styles, bottles too. Friendly staff with knowledge of the beer and the whole process.
This is a great little brewery. The location is odd at first in an industrial area, but it has a nice feel to the taproom. No food but food trucks outside. The beers were very good and there was a good selection of their own beers. I would definitely go back.
Great brewery in an unsuspecting location. The owners are great, and all the staff is very polite, quick and attentive. Dog friendly, nice outdoor area with games. Food trucks here typically. Beers are always innovative and unique. I’m a big fan of the cherry kriek. Good value, especially with their punch card system. Rock on.
Really cool little place in a crappy looking part of town. Lots of hard work and love put into making it look nice. Not much space, but it’s never too crowded. Unfortunately most of the selection is average. There’s a couple of standout brews, but they run out fast. Nice people, especially the head brewer. Just lacking in beer awesomeness.