Breckenridge Colorado Craft
Ratings: 60 | Reviews: 48 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by BigBry:
4/5 rDev +8.1%
Another trip to Denver, so another chance to check out another brew pub / bar. Chose Breckenridge because it was close (weather was good and it was walking distance).
Large open area with bar and restaurant. Chose a seat at the bar with a view of the taps and TVs. Good selection of regular, seasonal, and small batch beers. I think there was 10 on tap, including their Christmas Ale (a 'big red' ale)and Vanilla Porter (a specialty brew that was so popular that it was added to the regular line up). Also had the guest tap of Wild Raspberry from Great Divide. Only had time for one, so the helpful bartender suggested a seasonal - I chose the Autumn Ale, described as a 'big brown'. Very tastey. It was nice to be offered a descriptive beer menu. No time for food on this visit. Sunday afternoon, so the place was a bit slow but still happy and attentive. Another nice place to grab a brew, and price was right - $3 for a pint.
11-27-2007 00:10:43 | More by BigBry
More User Reviews:
3.64/5 rDev -1.6%
Stopped in with a colleague while in town for a conference. Large place with lots of tables and a nice looking bar. Decent tap selection of Breckenridge and other local stuff. Mostly standard stuff but decent selection overall. If you’re headed to the game, probably worth stopping in. But not a place to really go out of your way for. Prices were reasonable and service was decent enough.
07-04-2014 00:21:50 | More by BMMillsy
3.63/5 rDev -1.9%
My company had our annual sales meeting here in Denver. We always have a variety of activities planned at these meetings, and one of the choices was a Brewery Tour. Needless to say, I signed up for the brewery tour. This was our last stop of the day (3rd stop).
We arrived, a group of about 30, and had a little section reserved at the back of the rooms. The tap list was large and included both house made beers and local beers. We were given several samples and a pitcher or two, as well as a full glass of beer (these were dictated by the tour group director).
We had some nachos which were decent, but tasted even better as we were parched and hungry. I cant say a whole lot about the place. It was run of the mill brewpub with no outstanding features, except its location to downtown. I think there are better choices to go downtown for beer.
05-14-2014 20:05:46 | More by SaCkErZ9
Breckenridge Colorado Craft in Denver, CO
85 out of 100 based on 60 ratings.