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1. Jagged Mountain Brewery1139 20th St, Denver
2. Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew2810 Larimer St, Denver
3. TRVE Brewing227 Broadway, Denver
4. Black Shirt Brewing3719 Walnut St, Denver
5. Former Future Brewing1290 S Broadway, Denver
6. Denver Beer Co.1695 Platte St, Denver
7. Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver
In this massive taproom, you can enjoy a host of beers made on-site at their brewery including high-octane favorite First Decent (13%) and numerous saisons and American IPAs.
This brewery and taproom features a selection of ales crafted from locally sourced ingredients, with 100% of the barley used coming from Colorado farms. Outdoor seating is available, and the building that the taproom occupies was formerly an ice cream shop.
With all of their beers named after their favorite metal songs/albums, the guys over at TRVE are always down to rock, so they make sure their taproom's the perfect place for you hang out, have fun, and, of course, drink awesome brews.
This family-founded brewery creates small batches of carefully crafted, no-nonsense beers in its four-barrel brewhouse. Each beer is hand-bottled, and the brewhouse itself emphasizes manual labor in the creation process. In that vein, there's a bike rack at the brewery in case you feel like pedaling over on your velocipede to try some of these artisanal beers.
Here at FF's taproom, you can enjoy the artisanal deliciousness that is their beer collection (five on tap on a rotating basis) while sitting at a bar made out of old Cessna airplane wings. Pretty fly, right?
The Graceland of craft brews and premium ales and lagers. And for the love of beer, stop by their biergarten as featured in USA Today. You'll come for the beer but stick around for the awesome events. Check their site for the weekly schedule of rotating foodtrucks parked right outside this Highland temple of tap.
Located in the 26,000sqft The Source building, this brewery and taproom serves up Crooked Stave's collection of sour and bitter beers, which often have varying notes of citrus, such as their Wild Wild Brett series.