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Rock Bottom Restaurants steamrolled Denver with its train-inspired microbrewery. But there's much more here than beer, including a snazzy dining room... More »
Vine Street Pub, one of the Mountain Sun spots, is now brewing its own beer, which makes it a particularly welcome hangout in Denverā??s City Park... More »
In 1988, the Wynkoop Brewing Company became Denver's first brewpub. It's still a favorite hangout, and not just because Governor John Hickenlooper first... More »
Pints Pub claims to have the largest collection of single-malt whisky outside of Britain -- and it certainly has the largest collection in Denver. The spot is also a... More »
Can an upscale Belgian beer cafe work on one of the weirdest, wildest stretches of Colfax Avenue? Absolutely. Not only is the Cheeky Monk a destination restaurant... More »
The Oskar Blues Brewery makes some of the best beers in the state, selling six of them in cans and another handful on tap. But this Longmont-based... More »
Nestled in Idaho Springs, less than half an hour from Denver, Tommyknocker Brewery and Pub is going on fifteen years and boasts an ornery streak... More »
Colfax's rowdiest Irish restaurant-and-bar combo is very popular - and for good reason. The ground floor is a traditional pub with a large dining area, big bar and... More »
Close by the Bluebird Theater, the Atomic Cowboy has morphed from a late-night, post-concert fave into an all-day jack-of-all-trades spot. Two food purveyors inhabit... More »
Founded in Glendale in 1971 by the Peterson brothers, the Bull & Bush has been a family affair ever since and is now run by a second generation of... More »
Since so much of Colorado's identity is wrapped up in craft breweries, it only makes sense to close out the summer with a gathering of the tribes at the Vine Street Pub’s Uptown Block Party and Brewers Olympics. The seven-hour event will pit notables like the Wynkoop, Breckenridge, Odell and Great Divide against one another in a series of humbling games.
Breckenridge Brewery is running out of time.
Two years ago, the brewpub was making 31,000 barrels of beer annually — which was more than it had produced in two decades of Colorado history. But by the end of 2012, thanks to the explosive growth of the craft-beer industry nationwide and demand for Breckenridge beers in particular, the brewery will have made nearly twice that much...
If you're wondering what to do with your charity dollars this season, the Wynkoop Brewing Company has just the package: For $25 ($30 at the door), you can join the Parade of Darks this afternoon, sampling seventy-plus beers from breweries big and small, with the beery knowledge that 100 percent of your admission fee is going directly to Metro CareRing, a supermarket-style downtown Denver...
The proprietors of this establishment, the Brothers Black have done a lot to promote beer culture in Denver and Colorado not merely by offering a rich variety of beer - which they excel at - but also by supporting the craft and home brewing community. If you really want to know the state of craft brewing, sit down at the bar, listen and of course, drink!Read Full Review
Eh. A brewery. Cool vibe. Fine food. Don't love it, but it's exactly what you'd expect so it won't disappoint.Read Full Review
Love it. Great music when it's not too loud, good food and cheap drinksRead Full Review
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