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Bull & Bush Brewery

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642 Ratings
Place Score: 91
Ratings: 101
Reviews: 65
rAvg: 4.07
pDev: n/a
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4700 Cherry Creek Dr S
Denver, Colorado, 80246
United States
phone: (303) 759-0333

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Photo of mentor
3.23/5  rDev -20.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

This place is difficult to find. It's a low set-back building among a group of large apartment-type buildings. The roads in the area are not a neat grid pattern, which contributed to our confusion as we drove past probably 5 or 6 times before finally finding the destination. We entered into a large dining room with a bar along the back side. Decor was dark wood and English pub despite the large number of TVs for sports lovers. We were seated outside, as the dinner rush was finishing up. The atmosphere was loud and the crowd was young college/recent grad types. Menu selection was English pub fare and service was rather slow. They had a large number of different styles on tap, as well as a vintage cellar to choose from. The two beers I had were not particularly impressive (buttery notes). A bit far of a drive for us to make a standard date destination, especially considering our mediocre experience.

Photo of wolffman17
3.4/5  rDev -16.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Bull & Bush sits in southeast Denver but not too far out of the way if you're beer hunting. Though I typically enjoy British style pubs, I wasn't much impressed with the vibe of the place. On one hand it's a sports bar...large TV's all over. On the other hand it's dark (too dark) and laid back. Not sure what they're shooting for because the two themes seems to clash with each other and for some reason didn't work well with me.

The beers for the most part were good. I greatly enjoyed Gargamel and Man Beer, but the others were so-so. They had five regulars and one specialty (Gargamel) on draft. Though I didn't partake, I did appreciate seeing a cellar list, and I wish more brewpubs had something like this available.

The service and food were good. We ordered shrimp tacos...maybe too spicy for our taste, but the rest of the menu looked appetizing. They also have a cool retail "closet" with tons of shirts, logoed glasses, etc. for purchase.

Bull & Bush is a good place, but I'm not so sure I'd revisit unless I happen to be right in the area. Being the highest rated brewpub in the Denver area, I believe I was expecting more. Go for Man Beer if you must have it at the source.

Photo of GilGarp
4.63/5  rDev +13.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I went here yesterday for the first time. It turned out to be a great place to escape the inlaws who are in town this week.

Driving up, it looks like has been air-lifted from england. It has a very traditional tudor style and a big shady patio area.

It's near 100 degrees out so I opt for the indoor bar for lunch and a couple of beers. Fairly dark inside with just enough light to make it not feel opressive. There's a long copper-clad bar with big sturdy chairs. The whole place feels 19th century but I see that they will be celebrating their 37th anniversary next month.

Service at the bar was very propt and friendly. I selected the belgian dark ale called Gargamel, looked over the menu, and ordered a reuben with fries. It came out freakishly fast and was excellent. I'm as much a connoisseur of reubens as I am of beer and this one was the best I've had in Colorado. Reasonably priced too at $7.95.

The beers were great too. I followed the belgian with their famous Man Beer and was very impressed.

They also had a vintage beer menu which included Avery's imperial range, some belgians, and of course Hardys' all dating back into the 1990s. Very cool but a bit expensive for my taste.

Overall, Bull and Bush is a great place for a pint and a sandwich. There really should be more like this... but then it wouldn't be as special.

Photo of 11thFloorBrewing
4.13/5  rDev +1.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I love the Bull & Bush and frequently take out of town guests there for an enjoyable evening. The building is old English style and the fire place and dark wood give it a very warm, cozy atmosphere. I love sitting out on the covered patio on warm day where they even have a couple of flat screens tuned to sports channels. No sound so it doesn't take on that sports bar feeling despite their claims of being "America's first sports bar". In general the service is good but I've had a few misses that I'll chalk up to the waiter having a bad day. They offer a good beer selection. None of them stand out as highly exceptional, just really good quality beer across the board and I can't argue with that. In addition to their regular line up they have a seasonal or two on tap that are always worth tasting.

They have a lot more to offer then just beer and an English style pub atmostphere. In addition to the beer line up they have a very nice selection of spirits. It's my favorite place in the area to get a snifter of scotch or whiskey. The food is really good too. They have the usual pub fare of fish and chips and burgers, some with a unique twist, as well as some southerwestern influenced items like the green chili which can be poured on just about anything you order. Saturday is prime rib night so stop by on Sunday for brunch when they use the leftovers to make a killer French dip. My regular order is the Queen Mother burger - burger patty (angus, kobe, buffalo, chicken breast, or garden burger), bacon, smoked chedder, and a side of bbq sauce - and a Man Beer. Great place to hang out, enjoy some beers, and get some tasty grub.

Photo of deg
3.9/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3

A nice little place in Denver. I stopped here while on a business trip. I tried two of their beers, the Stonehenge Porter and their brown (I forget what they called it). Both were tasty and drinkable examples of their kind. Service was prompt and friendly. Despite it being a busy night I was able to find parking and get a table. The food was decent, standard pub grub. I didn't see anyone smoking in here, I wonder if they went non-smoking or if the local government banned it? I also noticed the place cleared out fast for a Friday night. At about ten PM or so when my colleague and I left, I didn't see too many people in the place. But, I would gladly stop by here again for a drink and a burger.

Photo of dkoehler42
3.85/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Bull and Bush in Colorado is definately something you want to try, even if you're only around for a short while. They have about 6 beers on tap and rotate them around depending on the season. However, every beer is a quality brew. The food is okay, but my coworker and I found the rolls for the hamburgers to be rather hard at the corners. But then again, I could have gone anywhere for a burger. I wanted to try the beer, which was recommended by a local.

Getting to the Bull and Bush is easy. It's just off I-25, turn onto Coloado road, and turn on Cherry Creek.

Photo of Reneejane
3.9/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 3 | food: 3

We went here with a group and they were very accommodating and found us a nice table. I liked that they had plenty of seating and space available. We went on a Friday night and had no trouble getting seated and getting service.

The menu was varied there were a few fru-fru foods on there like Kobe beef. But the quality of the food was great. I had the au-jous sandwich with jalapeno cream cheese, mmm that was spectacular. I thought the waitress was accomodating, my sister-in-law had special dietary requests and the wait-staff had no problem whatsoever.

The beers were enjoyable, I liked the selection. Parking was a bit of an issue, the lot is free and it fills, but you can park on the street.

Great restaurant!

Photo of Oxymoron
3.73/5  rDev -8.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Made a trip to Denver just to visit. Pretty easy to find from I-25 and good amount of parking around. The building is like an old English Inn and decorated similarly inside. Plenty of seating around with a log bar in the main room. We sat on the stage where they had the fire going, nice touch. We walked around the place and there was a great patio that no one was sitting at but it was warm enough that someone could.

The beer selection was good but may have something to do with the season. They had their usual beers Pilsner, Pale, IPA, ESB, Red, Brown and Stout. There was a dunkleweizen as well that I don’t think was on their normal line up but was part of their tasters. They also had three seasonal Imp Stout, Barleywine and Lambic which were all above 11%. Of the regulars, the ESB and the IPA (Man Beer) were pretty good. There was a theme of all the beers that maybe they shared with the yeast. They all had a buttery taste and seemed that they were not aged log enough. Of the bigger beers, the Lambic was just down bad, the Imp Stout was super chocolate and the Barleywine was excellent. Maybe if they would have bottled and aged it…maybe, maybe not.

The food was typical English cuisine. Fish n Chips and the like, but my wife had the Green Chili Soup which was pretty good. We had some nachos as well and they were below average. The staff was knowledgeable enough but not exactly friendly. The prices were a little steep for what we got. The premium beers I don’t think were priced right and their were some food options that seem to be high but maybe that is me.

Overall it was a good visit but not sure if I would travel just for B&B again. I would like to go again though.

Photo of Ricelikesbeer
4.63/5  rDev +13.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This is my favorate bar/brewpub in denver, the atmosphere is great, you can't beat the food, and the beer is great and unique. There is always something new to try, and most of the staff is experienced and knowledgeable.Their is always a wide selection of mostly British style beer to try. If you're into whiskey, I believe they do whiskey tastings on certain days as well. The patio outside provides even more of a feel for the place. Definately would reccommend this to anyone visiting Denver, and to all the locals.

Photo of frazbri
3.63/5  rDev -10.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

I visited the Bull & Bush the Saturday of the GABF. We met up with some of our new drinking buddies from the BA pub crawl.

The Bull & Bush has a very inviting British pub atmospheres. (or at least an American idealized Brit pub feel) There are plenty of flat screen televisions to show whatever games might be on, but this didn't drag the scene down to basic sportsbar level. The room was dimly lit and the volume level was at conversation friendly decibles.

The B&B's beer selection was more than adequate. They were out of a couple beers, including the Man Beer, but this wasn't shocking considering this was the last day of the GABF. The range of beers were what you'd expect at the average brew pub. The standout for me was the ESB. This beer beckoned me to sit at the bar and have a few pints.

The food is basic pub grub. Some of what we ordered was very good, some was just okay. I would eat here again, but it wasn't anything I'd rave about.

Our service was a bit of a mixed bag. I sat at the bar while waiting for the rest of our party to arrive. The barmaids were quick, friendly and helpful. We moved to a table to eat, and our server wasn't quite as sharp. He was friendly enough, but he moved in slow motion.

I enjoyed me visit to the Bull & Bush. It's a very comfortable place.

Photo of davidt
4.18/5  rDev +2.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I stopped in for dinner on the last day of my business trip to Denver. I wanted to try this place previously but never had time. I'm glad I finally did. The atmosphere is very welcoming. The pub was crowded but the noise level certainly wasn't high. I sat at the bar and Tiffany took good care of me. I started off with their Man Beer IPA. A decent enough IPA but not as hoppy as hyped. Maybe it's my taste buds. However, the IPA did go very well with the spicy shrimp tacos I had. My dinnner was very tasty. They have a decent pub menu. After my meal I opted for a Stonehenge Stout. The stout had strong smell of roasted coffee and went down very smoothly.

This was certainly an enjoyable way to wind down from the day. If I wasn't already tired from my trip and didn't have to get up early to catch a flight I would have definitely stayed longer. (I truly enjoy pubs and restaurants in the Denver area for being smoke free. Back in Virginia a night at a pub means you will go home smelling like a dirty ash tray.)

I will make it a point to go back to Bull & Bush when I return to Denver.

Photo of rowew
4.33/5  rDev +6.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

So I've had B&B beers many times in the past, at beer fests and at Falling Rock. Somehow I had never made it down here. Stopped by after visiting the cherry creek farmers market. The location was not at all what I expected - this is back in a mostly residential district - nice pub looking building. Main bar area is fairly dark - looks like a nice old style pub, long bar. All the brewing equipment is in the back. We sat on the patio - a nice large covered area off of the dining room. Samplers were in quantities of 3 beers, and they had enough on tap to do 3 different samplers. All the beers were better than average, with some being very nice. Food we tried was good - I had the fish and chips and the wife had fish tacos. I'll definitely be back to try more of the food, and have larger samples of the well made beers.

Photo of session1979
4.5/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I was introduced to the B&B beers at the 2007 Colorado Strong Ale Fest where they stole the show, allow me to recreate the scene.

Early April 2007, a cold day in the town of Boulder, CO. Its late afternoon and we were approx 12 sample tastings into the day so we were feeling pretty good. We decide to try and grab a table so we can have a quick snack and recharge for a few minutes. On the way to the table we grab one more sample, The Royal Oil. We sat down and take in the aroma, fantastic, huge, bourbon, lovely amazing but will the taste support it? YES! and YES again. This beer stole the show.

I made my first visit to the pub a couple weeks ago and it was very impressive. First off the beer selection is fantastic but more importantly my wife loved the atmosphere and the expansive menu. Men, this is saying something as she is 7 months pregnant and hard to please. The Friday special is all you can eat fish and chips which was great. A few others got the burgers and green chili and everyone loved their meal. A true diamond in the rough, this place is my new favorite pub. Thanks!

Photo of drseamus
3.93/5  rDev -3.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

This place was very cool. The inside is very old school english pub but there is a much more modern outside sitting area as well. It was a nice day so we sat outside. According to the menu they had Kobe beef but the prices hinted otherwise. Anything less than 100 bucks isn't Kobe. The regular "Bull" burger I ordered was very good. I sampled 6 of their beers and found nearly all of them to be very good. The server even brought me a free draft root beer that they make on premises. The beers were all quite cheap as well; 3 bucks for regular and 2.25 for the special. My only complaint was that many of the beers were similar.

Photo of ArrogantB
4.45/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Bull and Bush is one of my favorite places to drink beer in Denver. That is mostly based upon the quality of the beers that they brew. My favorites are the Man beer and the Man-Man DIPA. The place is styled after an English pub with a really cool copper bar. The service is good and so is the food. They have a "Growler Tuesday" where you can get refills for $6. They also have a growler club where you can get your 10th growler free. The patio is nice but the last time I went they had the heaters on and it was like 70 degrees outside.

Photo of jjayjaye
4.08/5  rDev +0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I visited Bull & Bush almost a year ago now, on the eve of the "Denver Smoke Out". I stopped in for lunch. That evening they were going to have a special on shots - served from their classic ashtrays "because we don't need'em any more"...wow.

I thought it was a little hard to find. The place isn't huge. A handful of the tables were occupied and judging by the conversation i'd say that they were regulars. The staff was attentive and knowledgeable. There were 5-7 house brews up. I had the Man-Man Beer, which was a Double IPA and it was REALLY GOOD.
I also ordered a steak meal which was huge and cooked to perfection. I also bought one of their "What's Yours?" pint glasses (crack me up).

I'd like to get back to Denver-Boulder again, possible for the GABF, and when i do i hope to make it back to B&B as well.

Photo of Domingo
4.15/5  rDev +2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I'd never heard of the place until I saw it on BA. In kind of an odd spot, so it's easy to never know it exists until you look for it!
Looks very much like a cross between a British pub and a German beerhall.
Wood and "old memorabilia" style decor. Has a long bar with tankards hanging a lot like a German hall does. 6-7 taps are in the back with a variety of brews. It's a little crowded, but that's not a bad thing. Very laid back atmosphere make this place a great hang-out. The layout seems like it makes it a little more packed in than it should've been, though.
On to the beer, right? The night we were there, they had Justice and Man Beer (2 IPA's using different hops), an Amber, a Stout, a Dunkel-Weiss, a Pils, an English Brown, a Saison, a hoppy Barleywine, a pumpkin ale, and a peppermint spiced Winter Warmer called "Yule Fuel." We split all but the Amber, Pils, Man Beer, and Brown. Every beer we had was great, too. The Yule Fuel was shockingly the favorite just because it was so unusual. It might be a little too sweet for some, but it was so different it'll grow on you. I plan on going back for a growler in the next few weeks.
Food's good. Kobe burgers are only $1 more than normal ones and the fish and chips are shockingly REALLY good. Instead of giving you overpriced Gordon's fillets, the fish tastes fresh and is only lightly breaded. It's still pub food, but it's a good version of it.
Service was good, although the waitress seemed very concerned that we wouldn't like some of the beers. I think she was just likely used to macro drinkers sending things back! Either way, it's appreciated that someone offers you a free sample to try regardless of how much of a beer fan you might be.
It's not really the cheapest of places to spend an evening, but with GREAT beer and solid enough morsels, I think I might have a new back up to the downtown beer hubs.

EDIT: As I've moved to the eastern 'burbs, the B&B has become my pub of choice and I find myself here almost every week. I should also mention that they have AMAZING weekend brunch offerings that aren't very expensive to boot. There's something wonderful about having chicken & eggs with a brown ale on a Sunday morning.

EDIT2: Starting in 2009 I've noticed that the B&B has really started catering to the beer geek crowd a bit more. Lots of release parties, more rotating offerings, and generally I'd say the beers have been consistently made better, too. Whenever people come in from out of town, this is where I take them, often even over the downtown spots.

Photo of biking4beer
4.18/5  rDev +2.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This place is in my backyard. I'm not sure why I don't go more. They have a great selection of beers and definitely are experimental with the brews.

They had a jazz band when I went on Sunday night. It put everyone in a good mood, and caused me to taste more beers than I should have considering I had to go to work the next day. I tried a seaonsal beer with a very banana like flavoring. It was sort of like a saison. A oily double IPA that was close to a Barleywine (they had a barleywine on tap too, but I didn't try that). A imperial stout, and a couple of other IPAs. I know there were several more to choose from.

I had a hard time choosing from the expansive menu, and our waitress was accomdating. Nout outstanding service, but good.

Like I said, I over indulged, so I spent some money in the gift shop. When I sobbered up the next day, I still was happy with my purchase. I'll be going to this place more often.

Photo of woodychandler
4/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5

This was another very convenient location for me as a public transit patron. The # 11 bus put me about a half-block away, but given the fact that the building, and by extension, the front door are set back from the road, I almost walked past it. As I entered, there was a short vestibule with a glass cabinet on the right hand side that was filled with awards and memorabilia. Proceeding down a short flight of stairs, there was a room with all of their logo gear, including growlers, along the left wall. Speaking of their logo, it depicts a pair of babies, a boy and a girl, peering into their diapers with the caption, “What’s yours?” Ha!

Continuing aft, the restaurant area was off to the right, with a number of tables and chairs flanked by booths on one side and high stools on the other. Finally, all of the way to the left was the bar with its seamed, riveted copper top; a heavy wooden rail held in place by brass couplings; and mug club mugs overhead. Behind the left end of the bar was an English-style dartboard. The whole place had a veddy English pub atmosphere. I would also like to mention their great looking waitstaff. A really eye-catching bunch. Dark wood was the name of the game here, from the wood beams in the overhead, to the paneling throughout. It kind of went with the stygian lighting. The washrooms were between the gift shop and the bar and featured chalkboards for the graffiti minded patrons. Through a doorway aft, on the right-hand side, was a separate restaurant area with the serving tanks visible in the back. They also had a covered patio area back on this side. Their beers were all serviceable, but The Man IPA was the winner for this man.

Photo of dlloyd4114
4.58/5  rDev +12.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I tried the Triple ale, very good and an Octoberfest (i think, we had already had few when we got there) and it was very good as well. We were there on a Monday night and it was rib night, they were outstanding but the sides were standard fare. I loved the atmosphere, it was befitting of a place that serves Man Beer. They have a lot on tap and judging by how busy they were and how long they have been in business they will still be there the next time in Denver. I am going back to sample more brews!

Photo of Jason
3.78/5  rDev -7.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Was this place a German restaurant and pseudo-English pub in a previous life? That is what it looks like inside and out. We ventured out after the GABF for their brunch ... really good eats. Eggs and Enchiladas were awesome. The staff was friendly and on top of their game.

As for the beer ... Justice IPA was good and Liquid Brain IMP Stout was awesome. Their ESB tasted like there was a little rubbing alcohol in it and their pseudo-lambic tasted like floor polish. So the beers are hit or miss but they get point for their selection.

Certainly worth a visit ... just ask for a taste before you order a pint.

Photo of thanatos2948
4.5/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

First off the architecture from the outside looks like I should be somewhere in England about 1850. There is an outdoor deck visible from the parking lot that works great on cool summer nights. Stepping inside you quickly notice the dark, woodsy feel of the place, instantly comfortable. Sitting at the back of the bar able to look out over the dining room is the place to be. Lots of nice touches, the bar top being one of my favorites. Usually about 12 pub brews on tap. The best in my opinion being the Justice IPA. Great service, low-key, authentic pub atmosphere.

Photo of mikeys01
4.3/5  rDev +5.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

The Bull and Bush kind of pops out at you where you might least expect it, buried amidst an area full of upscale business offices and situated near Cherry Creek. The building itself is something to behold in this environment, with a heavy wood framed Tudorish appearance. Venturing inside does not disappoint, this place serves a heavy dose of English Pub with a side order of TV’s and sports bar. Interior is filled with lots of dark wood, dim lighting, and an inviting bar plopped down front and center. Lots of interesting and peculiar signage hung about as well. Crowd is quite a mix, consisting of trendy business types, friendly locals, and newcomers like myself.

Beer list is quite impressive, on the order of 12-14 house beers on tap on both days I visited. Styles range from English to experimental American, I offer no complaints on any I’ve tried, from tasty IPA’s to delicious bocks. Food is mostly standard pub fare, though all done pretty well, for instance you can get a regular, kobe, or bison burger with any fixins you can imagine. Fries are homemade and darn tasty. Service on both of my visits has been quite good, and servers were well acquainted with the beer list. I didn’t think the TV’s interfered with the atmosphere at all, the ‘Bull is one of those places where you feel pretty comfortable walking in and planting yourself on a barstool for a while.

Photo of russpowell
4.58/5  rDev +12.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Went there today for lunch. Boy it was scorcher 100+! Nice & cool inside. Dark wood paneled interiors & wood/leather allover the place. Decor is not over the top & could pass for an brit pub, no problem (except you get fantastic table service & food!) . Had vintage beer ( Avery 2003 salvation ), wine & single malt special

Quality of the ales & food were stellar. I Had the double man, rye bock & tower esb. All were tasty...

Mind blowing service, this & the beer means I will come again & again!

9 different beers on tap ( they have cask some times ). It ran the gamut from pils, saison, double ipa & rye bock to the usual suspects

Food was great, loved the blackend hailibut tacos & the green chille/mash taters were good too. Next time, kobe beef cheeseburger I think.

Having said that the food was a tad pricey (this is cherry creek, a pretty pricey little neighborhood near denver university) but that is just FYI, I will still go back with anticipation of the total experience

Photo of dwarvenspirits
4.2/5  rDev +3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

When I went to this place I was always reminded of The Prancing Pony in The Lord of the Rings. It's a dark place that shelters out the light. Lots of dark wood work. The beer tasted good and the food was good, too. It's a great place to go and hang out for a little while. You can sit and chat with someone for hours with out feeling like you have to leave. And it doesn't get too crowded and loud, which is nice. It's a great little brew pub with good food. Excellent for dinner or lunch. Try their red ale, it's good stuff.

Bull & Bush Brewery in Denver, CO
91 out of 100 based on 101 ratings.