Breckenridge Brewery

Denver lost its biggest brewer in June 2015, when Breckenridge Brewery officially left its longtime headquarters at 471 Kalamath Street and opened a twelve-acre campus on the banks of the South Platte River in Littleton. But the city's loss was a major plus for Colorado beer drinkers and beer tourists, who gained a malty, hoppy adult playground where they can sample a wide array of Breckenridge beers, eat at the ski-lodge-like Farm House restaurant, tour the new facilities and just enjoy the view. The $36 million operation — located on a former carnation farm and nursery — includes a two-story, 76,000-square-foot brewery/cellar/warehouse with a 100-barrel Steinecker brewhouse, sixteen 400-barrel fermenters and six grain silos, each holding 100,000 pounds (or roughly two semi loads) of grain.

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