Stopped in on GABF-eve with the "crew". Pretty dead inside, perhaps because they didn’t really have anything special going on. Decent number of taps, but nothing really all that great on tap, pretty typical selection for Colorado. Felt kind of run down, but perhaps that was the rather deserted nature of the bar/restaurant...
These guys weren’t doing anything for GABF and consequently they weren’t very busy. Actually, despite being half full it was very quiet. Dedicated bar flies I guess. The whole down town area was surprisingly quiet for being the eve of GABF but it was a Wednesday night after all. They’ve got a few taps, a couple of decent ones, but mostly just macros. Between that and the depressing atmosphere I didn’t stick around for a drink. Probably would not chose this over any of the other better beer spots in the down town area.
Pretty typical Old C’s. This probably wouldn’t be my first choice of beer places in Downtown Denver, but you could do worse. Good beer, good food.
Camons (667) Hasselager, Denmark | March 4, 2012| Updated March 7, 2012
Big place, feels like a family dining resturant. About 20-25 taps wich at first seems impressive at a closer look the celection is mostly macros and the bigger well known micros. Happen to find a few unrated decent beers for my dinner. Friendly and attentive service, loud crowd in there a saturday night. Food was eatable, but not really good, to greasy for my liking.
A decent draft selection and as always food pretty tasty. After visiting one night I realized their happy hour is pretty decent but other downtown bars have a better happy one(regarding price and selection). Better get with the times OC.
Sadly the concept here does not work any more. A few better known micros fight for shelf space against lesser known international wet air beers to go with the multi-screen television baseball / football anf the fluffy music. Needs a facelift applied to its thinking organ.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated December 12, 2013
Just like just about any other Old Chicago’s. Pizza, nachos, fried shit. Service is hit or miss. Despite having 100 beers, they rarely have anything interesting.