Visited October 4, 2013 with adneilson and womencantsail.
We walked in late (after midnight) and the place was only half full. The tap list is really pretty good so itís a shame that these guys arenít getting more business. They donít do tasters or flights so we ordered full glasses of everything we wanted to try. Luckily between the three of us that was only four beers. Sadly, one of those beers was the 7 Day Vert Gueuze.... The Sierra Nevada Beer Camp IFA was quite good and they had a few other interesting beers like the Goose Island Matilda Lambicus. The service was friendly, the prices were high, and overall it was a fun place to hang out.
A late night visit with Aaron and Bobby. A small, but decent crowd at the bar. Tons of taps and a fair amount of interesting stuff, with a few of the usual suspects from around town (Odell, etc.). Kind of a welcoming, homey feel to the place. Friendly service reinforces that. A small patio area available, too. Good service, good beers, solid place.
I thought for a Sunday afternoon when the place was dead because everyone in the state was at a bar watching the Broncos game, it was still a pretty good hang. They have a big tap list full of local and state wide craft. I only had the green chili soup but it was very flavorful and packing lots of heat. the place also has a patio and a basement with old school video games like Tron. The bartender was very personable and seemed to know a lot about the beer. I can believe this is one of the top spots in the state.
Fairly newly opened place. Huge tap list with quality brew. Not to many people in on a saturday, so plenty of room for our party. Stone, Port Brewing, Russian River among others. Decently poriced. Service was attentive and nice. Didnt eat.
adnielsen (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | February 20, 2012| Updated December 12, 2013
Very cool new beer geek bar in downtown Fort Collins that features over seventy beers. Excellent selection of brews that can be a little pricey but they are premium beers. There were a few beers from Fort Collins Brewery, New Belgium, and Odells that were all fairly limited which was nice. The woman working at the bar when I was there was fairly rude but Iíll be back all the same. Recommended.
notalush (397) Denver, Colorado | March 3, 2012| Updated March 4, 2012
Nice new spot on the south and of old town - mildly English pub vide - dark hardwood tables and bar - extensive tap list focused on local on local and regional brews - food is standard pub fare - burgers and wings of fair quality - mostly a locals hang out, which is nice, considering how crowded some of the more popular beer joints can get - friendly staff - do yourself a favor and check this place out after hitting the bigger beer locations in FoCo - you will not be disappointed.
Located in Old Town Fort Collins , this beer bar has a long bar and several tables to serve beers from their 74 taps.of mediocre to good beers.lots of local brews.
ajnepple (149) Denver, Colorado | September 23, 2013| Updated November 12, 2015
A nice taproom in Fort Collins. Cool place with lots of room and a small patio with a great downtown location. Good service and pretty good food with fair prices. The beer selection is excellent. Go early on Thursday night for the Blues Jam, which kicks ass.
Cool beer bar in Old Town Fort Collins. I really like the interior because it feels "homey" to me for some reason. The tap list is pretty good with a lot of quantity and quality and the bottle list is good too. The service was great and out waitress was very attentitive. The food was mediocre, so I would suggest stopping here for beers and not the dinner. Arcade games and pinball in the basement and a nice little patio. Wouldnít be my first stop in Fort Collins, but worth checking out just to see what is on tap.