Cool old two story yellow mansion with a nice bar right inside the door. The new brewer is doing a lot of interesting small batch beers. I hear the food is good but I have’t tried it yet. The service is quick and friendly. Oe of the overlooked places in the Denver Metro area.
Charming and cozy. Definitely a restaurant with a few brews, not a brewery with food. Servers were quick and attentive. We started with a sampler of the entire lineup... three ounces each of hefe, ESB, IPA, and Chai milk stout ran $8, while a full point costs only $4. WTH? All the beers tasted of cloves, My pint of IPA was pretty good except for that one big flaw. The ESB was godawful putrid disgusting. The overpriced dinner buffet was meager as far as choices, but tasty and filling. However, although SWMBO and I are no strangers to Indian cooking, but we were both sick the next day. So my advice is order from the menu and skip the beer.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | June 27, 2011| Updated December 12, 2013
Awesome Indian buffet for lunch or dinner with some decent brews. Highly recommended if you like Indian food and microbrews.
February 2009. What a hidden gem! Stopped by this quirky spot for a light lunch and a couple beers right at opening time on a Monday. Service came with a smile and the beer was surprisingly good. The aromas from the kitchen were wonderful and the little bit of finger food we had was awesome. Recommended! (Brwery #471)
I’ve eaten here twice; once from the menu for dinner (before the beer was ready), which was quite tasty, and more recently from the lunch buffet, which was awful. I know better than to eat from Indian buffets, but in this case the visit was to try the beer so I figured I’d suffer the buffet quality for convenience. The beers are pretty ho-hum and ordinary, but drinkable. Go with modest expectations and order from the menu.