Great wood tables and open space. Not there during the rush, but service was great. Good selection of seasonals (about 8) and their usuals. Prices were maybe the best of the breweries we visited while in town. Overall, slightly unimpressed with the beer, but liked the establishment and would definitely make this a stop if I was in town for beer.
Brouwerij (40) Boulder, Colorado | October 31, 2012| Updated September 7, 2013
Neat tap room with ample seating, recently expanded. Friendly and generally helpful staff. Good variety of beers, both standard and seasonal. Their usual beers are alright, the seasonals are more exciting. The taster flight is a pretty good deal. A good place to grab a beer.
The tap room is just off Hwy 36 in Boulder and easy enough to find. Bob, the owner and brewer, was pouring the brews on Saturday and provided excellent company to sit and talk about his brews. He even sold me a Northstar Imperial Porter from his personal refrigerator since I was from Alabama and he had run out months ago! He lets his golden retreiver have free reign of the place, although he was mostly napping while we were there; he did great us at the door. A must see in Boulder.
DEcent enough place, the beer was also okay. I do like dogs, but after a couple of fights and constant barking, I did get a bit fed up of it!! Their beers were not too bold, but well drinkable. Worth a look if you are in town.
Smallish tasting room for a brewery that distributes in 11 states, reminds me of a college dorm. reggae music and tv’s on sports channels? Trying a little hard to bring in the CU students I believe. 15 beers on tap is nothing to thumb my nose at, but only about half of them are worth the while. The other half arent bad, per se, just kinda standard or unsuprising. Didn’t try the food, though it certainly smelled good.
Nice little tasting room with that comfortable feeling to it (couple of friendly dogs walking aroun). Friendly bar tender and a nice selection of beers on tap. You can also buy growlers, bombers and 12oz’ers.
fairly typical brewpub setup. small patio area, some bar seating, and a bunch of tables in the back area. service was quick and friendly. there were a ton of beers available, but they were getting ready to close, so we just went with a selection of some of their seasonal and special releases. the beers were pretty poor for the most part. the pricing was alright, i guess.
After having tried a number of their beers in bottles before it was time to visit. The place was fairly quiet at 8 pm on a Tuesday night. There was a small group sitting at the end of the bar having a good time (being loud) but not much else. We sat at a table in the back half of the restaurant. They have a ridiculous amount of beers on tap, as in easily 20 beers. We tried 10 seasonal beers and didn’t even get around to trying the regulars. The pumpkin beer was the best of the 10. It was heavily spiced and had some whipped cream on top. Prices weren’t too bad and the server was friendly. I’d stop back in to see what’s new some time but probably wouldn’t spend a ton of time hanging out here.