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  • Atrium Building

    1634 18th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Beryl

    Beryl's Beer Company

    3120-C Blake Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Bierstadt Lagerhaus

    2875 Blake Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Blue Moon Brewing Company

    2145 Blake St. Denver, CO Denver, CO 80205

  • Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot

    Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot

    2161 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205-2010
    303-298-1587 The Blue Moon Brewing Company @ the Sandlot has been Denver's most unusual brewery since it debuted inside Coors Field in 1995; located in a hundred-year-old warehouse that was incorporated into the architecture of the stadium, the Sandlot was only open to Rockies ticket holders on game days for many years. But in 2013, the Sandlot began opening to the public on non-game days and for a few hours during days when the Rockies play night games. The restaurant, which serves barbecue, Mexican food and other pub fare, is run by Aramark, and is still primarily open only on game days; the brewery is operated year-round by MillerCoors. This is where the famed Blue Moon was invented, but the Sandlot, which features indoor and outdoor seating, turns out many other interesting beers over the course of the season. More >>

  • Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    Breckenridge Colorado Craft

    2220 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-297-3644 Colorado is the brewpub capital of the world, and Breckenridge Brewery was one of the early pioneers that helped the state claim that crown. Since opening nearly two decades ago, this location near Coors Field (one of five Breckenridge pubs) showcases the brewery's extensive selection of handcrafted beers, which can best be sampled during daily happy hour (except when the Rockies are in town). During the day, streams of natural light shine through the venue's skylights, and it turns into a lively joint at night. The place is so spacious that even on game days you shouldn't have to wait long for a table. There's also a good selection of typical pub fare, everything from wings and nachos to soups and salads to burgers and a smattering of Mexican dishes, including enchiladas and fajitas. More >>

  • Brew

    Brew 'n Q

    2801 Walnut Steet Denver, CO 80205

  • D'Vine Wine

    1660 Champa St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Denver Beer Co.

    Denver Beer Co.

    1695 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-433-2739 Like its name, Denver Beer Co. is simple and straightforward. The owners, Charlie Berger and Patrick Crawford, aren't trying to reinvent the wheel; they just want to make great beer. But you'll rarely find the same beer there twice, as Berger and Crawford are constantly coming up with new recipes for a wide variety of styles, all of which they make in their seven-barrel brewhouse. Also on the menu at the 3,400-square-foot spot, which includes an outdoor biergarten with long tables: big Bavarian-style pretzels with dipping sauces. More >>

  • Great Divide Brewing Co.

    Great Divide Brewing Co.

    2201 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-296-9460 With seventeen Great American Beer Festival awards and five World Beer Cup awards -- not to mention a number-seven ranking in Beer Advocate's 2009 All-Time Top Breweries on Planet Earth -- it's quite clear that Great Divide knows a few things about making great beer. And there's no better way to experience one of the brewery's many beers than getting it right from the source at the Great Divide tap room, which is open from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday and from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Every third Thursday, the Hop Disciples gather at the Tap Room to discuss all things beer-related, and on the last Tuesday of the month, the brewery hosts a monthly beer-and-cheese pairing. More >>

  • Infinite Monkey Theorem

    Infinite Monkey Theorem

    3200 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    303-736-8376 Denver's very urban winery, Infinite Monkey Theorem, has grown into an 800-pound gorilla. It got its start in an old Quonset hut on the edge of Denver's Art District on Santa Fe, but after four years there, Ben Parsons moved his operations to a spot fifteen times the size, a 30,000-square-foot building in the hot RiNo neighborhood that now holds both the winery's manufacturing facilities and a tasting/tap room. "We wanted to do something urban and gritty," explains Parsons, and he's succeeded: The tasting room, which opened in the fall of 2012, is outfitted with retro sofas and chairs, and handcrafted tables – one of them a community gathering space that holds twenty – made from reclaimed timber. Only IMT wines, available by the glass, bottle or can, are served here, but that's more than enough."We've designed a community-focused wine lab for people to come in, hang out with friends and chill out with a glass of wine or two,” Parsons says, “and while we're happy to educate people about our wines if that's what they want, we're not going to force it down their throats." Trust us: He won't have to. More >>

  • Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery

    Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery

    1139 20th St Denver, CO 80205
    720-689-2337 After crowd-sourcing funding for equipment and other needs, Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery opened in the Ballpark neighborhood in late 2013, in a building that once served as a horse stable for a local carriage company. And the place runs on plenty of horsepower from its high-octane beers, designed by brewmaster (and former Mountain Sun brewer) Wayne Burns. Located on the busy corner of 20th and Lawrence streets, Jagged Mountain has a decidedly downtown feel -- one that's highlighted and complemented by tall windows that wrap around the building, allowing passersby to get a good look at the ten-barrel brewhouse and fermentation tanks inside and the tap room's patrons to watch the foot and car traffic outside. More >>

  • Mile High Winery

    Mile High Winery

    2811 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205

  • Orange & Brew

    Orange & Brew

    1520 Stout Street Denver, CO 80202

  • Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew

    Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew

    2810 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-722-2810 Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew is the brainchild of homebrew-buddies Brandon Proff, Bryan Leavelle and Andrew Strasburg; and homebrewing is essentially what the crew is still doing. The nanobrewery and taproom houses a tiny, one-barrel brewing system, making it the smallest beer maker in the city. It’s also an early link in a chain of alternative breweries popping up in the River North and Five Points neighborhoods. More >>

  • Ratio Beerworks

    2920 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Rock Bottom Brewery

    Rock Bottom Brewery

    1001 16th St. Denver, CO 80265
    303-534-7616 This is an upscale but comfortable brewpub with gourmet pub grub and plenty of chic atmosphere to spare. The food is above average, the beers are good, and the servers are just as likely to sit down and chat with you as they are to wait on you. More >>

  • Rock Bottom Brewery

    Rock Bottom Brewery

    1001 16th St. Denver, CO 80265-0003

  • Spangalang Brewery

    2736 Welton Street Denver, CO 80205

    Opening 2015 More >>

  • Stem Ciders

    Stem Ciders

    2811 Walnut Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Wild Women Wine

    1660 Champa St. Denver, CO 80202

  • World of Beer

    World of Beer

    1555 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202

  • Wynkoop Brewing Company

    Wynkoop Brewing Company

    1634 18th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-2700 In 1988, the year the LoDo Historic District was founded, the Wynkoop Brewing Company became Denver's first brewpub. It's still a favorite hangout -- and not just because Governor John Hickenlooper first started serving the public here when he was a lowly unemployed geologist (or because Patty’s Chile Beer is named for Westword’s editor). Besides pouring beers brewed on the premises, the Wynkoop cooks up everything from shrimp tacos to buffalo burgers. And after your meal, you can head upstairs for pool or just move over to the large, convivial bar for a few more rounds. The turn-of-the-last-century space oozes history as well as beer: Take a look out the large windows to see how lower downtown is booming, then imagine what this part of town might be like if the Wynkoop had never brewed a beer. More >>

  • Zephyr Brewing

    Zephyr Brewing

    2601 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205

    In early 2013, three Colorado friends -- Brian Wood, Rich Wisniewski and Tyler Shuey -- decided to open a brewery in River North. The neighborhood grew quickly during the next year and a half, and eight breweries popped up within walking distance -- while the trio's project, Zephyr Brewing, suffered through permitting, power and construction delays in the multi-tenant complex where they'd decided to house it. Despite the passing of Shuey, who died a year before Zephyr finally opened in 2014, Wood and Wisniewski forged on and opened the spot, which includes a 96-person tap room decorated with a Colorado theme. More >>