Copper Kettle Brewing
Denver, CO 80231
Copper Kettle Brewing opened in April 2011 on the border of Denver and Aurora, hoping to fill a geographic hole in the metro area's craft-beer scene. But owners Jeremy Gobien and Kristen Kozik had no idea just how thirsty their neighbors would be: Within months, they expanded their brewing capacity by 166 percent. The tap house itself doesn't serve food, but it is elegantly furnished and keeps menus on hand so patrons can have food delivered to pair with Copper Kettle's ever-rotating list of German- and American-style brews.
Copper Kettle Brewing Company is a locally owned mom and pop brewery with tasting room established in Denver in 2011, surrounded by local neighborhoods. CKBC strives to create what America seems to have lost, a local neighborhood bar in which we strive to know your name and your story.
Copper Kettle has a rotating tap list made right on the premise out of a three barrel system with a select few year round styles, like the 2011 Great American Beer Fest Gold Medal winning Mexican Chocolate Stout. In less than a year, CKBC has built a group of regulars who call Copper Kettle their second home. You are bound to see a familiar face when you come in, or meet some great friends if it is your first time in.
Tips from foursquare
Say Hello to Jeremy (Head Brewer) and Kristen (General Manager), then join the Mug Club!
Try the 2011 GABF gold medal winning Mexican Chocolate Stout. Spicy!
Gotta try the Mexican chocolate stout
Try the Helles and Dunkel.
Try the Mexican Chocolate Stout or their Black IPA.
Reviews and News
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