The palette of Denver’s palate deepened and broadened when Goed Zuur came to Five Points, serving not just a vast spectrum of complex sour and wild ales, but a sophisticated range of small plates and unusual dishes, as well. Set inside a 120-year-old brick building with a carefully restored 1930s-era advertisement on the side, Goed Zuur, which means “good acid” in Dutch, boasts an interior look that’s steampunk meets European chic. Long tables with elevated platforms for meat-and-cheese boards run along one side, while an artsy clock covers an entire wall on the other. In the middle is a copper-topped bar and custom draft tower made of industrial pipe, wood and lightbulbs. Goed Zuur is proof that Denver’s beer scene is as sophisticated as the world’s beeriest destinations.