Shamrock Brewing Co.
Ratings: 14 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by LittleDon:
3.98/5 rDev +10.2%
A more than adequate pub and grill south of Beervana.
If you every find yourself south I-25 in Front Range corridor, and maybe too far from Denver/Boulder, Shamrock Brewing Co. offers an adequate venue for a decent beer and a bite. I recently stopped in on my way to Boulder. It was already 12 noon, too late to hope to make it the rest of the journey on an empty stomach. The atmosphere was 40s Colorado mining town, high pressed tin ceiling, dark wooden booths, long wooden bar, and plenty of sun through the large plate glass front window. Service was amiable and quick. Since I was on the road, I only could afford to try one beer (decent). There were about 8 in house brews available. The food was a real standout. Irish sliders were spectacular, particularly the corned beef. Soup (beef barley) was a bit institutional, but the salad had a nice lime cilantro dressing.
Overall, it was a very good experience and worth returning if I'm every in or around Pueblo again.
08-17-2011 01:36:32 | More by LittleDon
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3.78/5 rDev +4.7%
Stopped by for lunch on a weekday. Although we had a reservation, it wasn't necessary.
The food was quite tasty. Fish and chips, corned beef, and a kids menu too. The all you can eat fish and chips were well enjoyed by both of us that had them. Although I've been to Irish pubs before, the different menu options were a refreshing change from the usual lunch choices.
Had the Irish Red ale and the "pint o' plain' Irish Porter. Both were good, I guess I liked the porter better, but either way I was happy.
Service wasn't bad at all. The one minor issue with our food was quickly taken care of, and wasn't a big deal anyway.
Atmosphere was a bit odd for an "Irish" pub, in that they had regae music playing and baseball on the TVs. No complaints tho. It might be a bit wilder on a weekend night than it was during the day on a wednesday.
Prices were expected for such an establishment. I always rate things as "reasonable" if they are within expectations.
08-06-2014 19:18:55 | More by AlCaponeJunior
2.93/5 rDev -18.8%
Visited here on Saturday, September 25th while down in Pueblo. Had always wanted to visit but never got around to it. Alas, I'm doubtful I'll return. The interior of the establishment was nice and welcoming. Our server did mess up our initial order, then was fairly slow with the tab. We didn't try any of the food but it did sound pretty good. The beer, however, was less than good. Out of everything we tried on the sample, the porter was the only brew I might order as a pint. The other selections were fairly thin with little taste or borderline bad. The imperial stout was all medicinal alcohol tasting, and the chili seasonal brew had no chili taste in it whatsoever. I won't go as far as saying avoid this place but I'm not scheduling a trip back anytime soon.
09-26-2011 05:53:37 | More by Schmittymack
3.78/5 rDev +4.7%
well the buffalo burger is golden in my book.
the beers are pretty good. their farmhouse saison is pretty damn nice. also their double red is pretty solid. dobbelbock not so much. my friend who likes pale ales really liked theirs, im not much into pale ales.
a great place to check out if youre driving down i 25, its a 2 minute detour plus time spent drinking and eating.
the waitress seemed unpleased about me ordering tasters (though i ordered a meal and a beer), which made me rate that a bit harshly otherwise everything was pretty nice. they do only have 7 or 8 tabs, so selection isnt great though happy to see dobbelbock and farmhouse.
05-24-2011 02:16:58 | More by claytong
3.7/5 rDev +2.5%
I have been to Shamrock a number of times in the last year, and always went during off hours when the place wasn't busy. I have not tried their food, but have heard from locals that it is good. On all occasions I drank their beer, which was good but not outstanding. Their menu includes a few mixed drinks including mimosa made with freshly squeezed orange juice.
This place is a large rectangle room with Irish pub decor on the walls, booths around the edges and a large bar on one side. I have only been here between lunch and dinner, and it was pretty calm. I understand that it gets busy around dinner and afterwords. Two large flat-screen TVs flank the bar.
The service has always been polite and since I wasn't talkative left me to myself. The last time I was here the bar tender supplied me with three free beer samples just because the beer I asked for wasn't being brewed at the time... pretty cool. Overall I like this place, and would be interested to go sometime when it was busy and get some food and feel the atmosphere. Especially considering the overall lack of breweries in Pueblo, this place is a good stop to make if you are passing through or are new to the area.
12-09-2010 04:56:31 | More by allforbetterbeer
3.63/5 rDev +0.6%
I cam here for Halloween on my stint in Pueblo. The staff was festively dressed and spunky (as well they should have been). Other than that, it was a typical bar with the perks of a good restaurant and a brewery.
The selection of beer was pretty good, and the beer itself was good. The food was mainly Irish cuisine, which didn't really matter to me, I was hungry and it was good.
Pueblo doesn't have a whole lot to offer, so this place is worth a stop. However, if your ever in the city, eat a "slopper" (a cheeseburger covered in green chili). It's Pueblo's contribution to the food world, and it's pretty damn good.
02-15-2010 01:06:40 | More by climax
2.58/5 rDev -28.5%
I hear (via email news feeds) that Shamrock has a new brewer so we may give them another chance to redeem themselves soon. Our first visit a few months ago we were not impressed at all. Food was bad and the beer was even worse. Pretty awful for a brewery isn't it? We were looking forward to showing our Pueblo pride and saying Shamrock was awesome but we can't say it was.
The staff were attentive though, I'll give them that. The waitresses did know about the beers which was impressive.
Every beer tasted infected. One beer out of the sampler we had was decent. The rest were downright awful and disappointing. We brew better stuff at home. We'll try Shamrock again once the new brewer is full steam ahead.
11-01-2009 21:13:43 | More by Crematia
Shamrock Brewing Co. in Pueblo, CO
85 out of 100 based on 14 ratings.