Longmont, CO 80501
Oskar Blues Brewery calls its newest dining concept “craft-casual,” to emphasize that while CHUBurger, which opened in spring 2013 in Longmont, has a fast-casual setup, the food you get when you order at this cool spot is very different. The foundation of the menu is the classic CHUBurger, made from cows raised on the fifty-acre Hops & Heifers farm just eight miles away and are certified all natural, 100 percent Black Angus. But there's also a BERKburger, made from Berkshire hogs raised at the Blues farm and topped with bacon and balsamic-grilled onions and slathered in bleu cheese butter, as well as salmon burgers and Colorado bison burgers. On the side, you can get shoshito fries, spicy bite-sized peppers tossed in with a portion of crispy spuds – and look for a beer milkshake of the day, made with one of CHUBurger's nine draft beers.
Tips from foursquare
Warning!! You get a ton of fries with the meal. Might want to share them.
Decent hamburgers & overall "friendly" atmosphere but, it is by far, not worth the almost $30 that I paid for two burgers, two fries, and two fountain drinks (combo meal).
The beef and pork come from OB's own Hops and Heifers farm. The animals eat grass and are feed spent grains which is the byproduct of OB's brewing process.
Wow, split a pork, beef and a salmon burger with a friend. All delicious!
And they DO provide Gluten-free options !
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