Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar
Denver, CO 80211
- NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar opened in a warehouse business park in September 5, 2012, as an outlet for Chad Yakobson’s Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project, which he moved from Fort Collins to Denver. Although Yakobson, doesn’t actually brew his beer on site, he does ferment it in wooden barrels with various yeasts and souring agents. And that’s the key for Crooked Stave, which specializes in sour and wild ales. The tasting room, which has a bar and about fifteen seats, serves five to ten beers and is acting as a placeholder until Yakobson opens a full scale brewery elsewhere in town in 2013.
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Crooked Stave may be one of the smallest breweries in Colorado, but it has made a footprint for beer lovers everywhere. This taproom brews some of the finest beers attracting all kinds of beer-lovers.
Yum! Drink up!
Check out the 100% Brett seasonal selection. Alternatively have a taster of each for just $3.
Crooked Stave is awesome. It's the best brewery in Colorado, imo. If you're into sours, belgian, or lighter colored oak aged beer, it won't get better. These guys have finesse!
A true hidden gem for sour beer lovers. A great vibe and even better beer!
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