Large airy brewpub but still crowded feeling. The service sucked even though I was sitting at the bar. The beer selection was pretty decent, but most of the beers are average at best. I’d recommend going to the Falling Rock up the street rather than waste your time going here.
The food here was quite good. We got a sampler of almost all of their beers, including a mead. None of their beers really stood out, however they were quality brews. The mead was a little odd....when I asked our waiter about it, he was in the dark as to how it was made. Their staff could use a little more education on the beers they serve.
Ate here for lunch. Enjoyed their Hummus appetizer (that came with a roasted garlic clove - mmmm, garlic). I found the beers to be average to slightly above average. Nice that they sell $1 samples of each.
A great place with a big bar & big bar area. Friendly bar staff. I went in on a random Wednesday night in November and was very suprised at how packed the place was. Despite being crowded, good service -almost hawkish over me. The beer was above average. Didnt eay, so can’t comment. They have a lot going on in the place, so take that for what its worth. I didnt leave the bar but there was pool, a comedy corp/stage downtstairs, etc. A dozen or so on tap, is quite good for a brewpub.
Great brewpub in LoDo not too far from Coors Field. Huge place. Restaurant and bar downstairs, bar with pool table, etc upstairs, and a basement that I didn’t check out. When the weather is nice you can sit outside and people watch. My girlfriend and I shared nachos, a salad, and a sampler of all of their current draughts (13 of them). The beer was pretty good. Food was decent.
I didn’t eat, but I had a few pints and none of the beer really wowed me. Ok is the best I can say for it. The layout of the place is nice though. The bar is a massive square with ample seating even when crowded. There was a good variety of styles offered though and that is always nice. The service was painfully slow....1 bartender ran around like a chicken with his head cut off while 4 people stood around watching the Terrel owens "I didn’t try to commit suicide" press conference. If you can pay people to watch TV then pay for another bartender so your customers don’t have to spend 10 minutes waiting between beers. Just a suggestion. It really got to be ridiculous at one point as I held my empty glass aloft thinking...."The first two beers weren’t very good why I am waiting so damn long for another one?"
Went here for lunch on September 29th. I was shocked to find that you could get every beer they had as a sample for $1 each. Got them all! Had a chicken sandwich and my wife got the veggie pizza. Both were great and I was mildly surprised at how good the beers were. I wasn’t expecting much but there were some really good beers in there. The service was OK. it started off kind of sketchy and we sat and waited for a good 10-15 minutes before anyone came up to us. Afterwards, we were well taken care of but I have to subtract some points for that. Otherwise, I’d recommend this place to anyone!
Stopped here for dinner after the saturday afternoon session at the GABF. It was very crowded, and it took a long time to get a table, and food. But, the service was still good, as they kept us updated. Patty’s Chili Beer was the beer highlight for me, and their food was pretty good. I would go back.
stopped in for a free brew (on the GABF ticket). had some food. big portions. seating was limited. service was SLOW. 5 beers poured near us and it took forever! decent selection of brews by Wynkoop. i don’t recall what I ate, but the potato salad sounded good but wasn’t that exciting.