De Steeg Brewing Company
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3.49/5 rDev -11.9%
De Steeg is 4 blocks from my house.
It is OK.
The beers are tasty.
The downside is: No food and the atmosphere is a bit stark.
This is great if you are into trying new beers and your focus is 100% on the beer.
Me. I like food. Yes, I know you have food delivered, but that is not what I want to do.
If breweries are your thing, then you should go to De Steeg.
02-23-2014 16:24:20 | More by davebarnes
3.89/5 rDev -1.8%
bomb little brewery off of Tennyson up north of downtown. hard to locate, as the entrance is in the alley, but once inside the visitor is in for a treat, or shall I say several treats. tiny little 1.5 barrel system, brilliantly built, with a host of plastic fermenters and a little cold room. done on a budget for sure, but by very intelligent folks. maybe ten beers on, impressive for the size of this dimly lit taproom. a popcorn machine chugs away, and good looking people of both sexes pour beers behind a long wooden bar. all the beers are high abv, I notice right away that aside from a 6% or so mild, everything is near or over 9% abv. though because I have to drive, but fun because its around zero degrees out. great diversity of styles too, from oaked pumpkin to barleywine pinto noir hybrids and a delicious balanced house strong ale. I can see great potential here, and while nothing really floored me, the groundwork for big things is clearly there. a fun place and reasonably priced, I will be back for sure to try their new concoctions. impressive after only a few months of being open, check it out!
12-09-2013 06:27:52 | More by StonedTrippin
3.49/5 rDev -11.9%
The mystery in this place's location was finally solved. A small sign (pic submitted) with no writing, hanging over some windows on a building down an alley. My beer nose found it...
Opens up to a larger space that belies the outside appearance. Seats about 40 + standing room. Bar is made from bowling alley lanes, pretty cool. Large chalkboard with drafts listed, abv and price. One dude works there: brewer, manager, acquisitions, server....Craig...nice guy.
7 beers on tap that included a pale ale with 4 differing dry hop versions (Centennial, Columbus, Wakaru, and the Ace). An English dark mild, an imperial pumpkin and a "house" beer which is about 8.5%
The dry hopped ales could use more hops to excentuate their profiles, but none were off putting. Other beers were solid.
Worth the trip to check it out. A new place and they added 4 new fermenters so they can be open more days (they run out of beer on weekends). Over time, they'll dial in the beers. Will go back
04-12-2013 23:58:59 | More by Mebuzzard
De Steeg Brewing Company in Denver, CO
- out of 100 based on 9 ratings.