Crazy Mountain Brewing Company
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Ratings: 16 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by bditty187:
3.71/5 rDev -2.4%
We stopped in at Crazy Mountain on our way to Eagle, CO to visit family. This is a "tap room" in the raw... and, yet, we loved the place. It isn't super easy to find. One you exit the I-70, head south, and after the third roundabout hang a sharp right where Subway is located drive west past Subway to the lower level. Look for a door sign that says Crazy Mountain.
Inside it looks like a warehouse; this is a "tap room" in the buff. Grain bags were scattered about and other odds and ends. Messy... dirty even... kind of charming! One long table to sit at and a few bar stools and whatnot; at our visit there was a mix of locals and travelers. We all sat around and shot the shit together. I didn't take notes of the beer but the IPA was solid, as was a spiced holiday beer... the Saison and Belgian Wit were awful and reeked of sulfur. The amber ale was decent. Like I said, I didn't take beer notes. They had around 8 - 10 beers on-tap.
The lady behind the bar was helpful and friendly. A couple brewers were around too. They seemed to have a projection TV (wasn't on) but they had music playing as well as the sounds of a functional brewery. Another (cool to us) thing about this place it is dog-friendly. We were entertained by three young pups playing together and even bringing a tennis ball to various people to play fetch with. If you're not a dog lover like we were you might not find it as charming.
The bathroom was located behind the bar.
I enjoyed my stay. Overall, we had a couple pints each and shared a sampler tray. A couple winners, a couple duds... the rest were okay.
I would assume that this place will get more polished over time, maybe it won't. Maybe the simple brewery feel is all they want. I liked it. I'd stop again.
Oh, they do offer beer to go... growlers and cans.
01-12-2011 21:03:35 | More by bditty187
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3.88/5 rDev +2.1%
Easily accessible off of I-70 on your way to or from the mountains. The interior has unfinished drywall for the ceiling, which I would rather see exposed ductwork and framing, but perhaps it is a work in progress. There were three ladies behind the counter that were friendly and helpful. They have $4 pints to drink and sell their pint and goblet glasses for $5, which seems to be the going rate in Colorado for the most part. Dogs were aloud inside. They also had a patio with a food truck outside that was quaint, but adjacent to the parking lot and not far from the freeway. All in all, a neat stop on a road trip.
03-26-2014 00:01:28 | More by tctim
Crazy Mountain Brewing Company in Edwards, CO
88 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.