We invite you to explore Denver's beer culture and visit some of the other 100 brewpubs, breweries and tap rooms in the metro area. As always, please drink safely and responsibly with a designated driver. #DenverBeerTrail
Rock Bottom offers a full menu complemented by fresh, handcrafted beer brewed on-site. It’s the ideal place to watch the game with a group or enjoy people-watching on the patio. (Other locations: 104th Ave. & US 36, Westminster; 9627 E. County Line Rd., Englewood)
Adventurous people making adventurous beer. Jagged stays true to this theme by exploring new styles and ingredients, rejecting standard styles and offering varied selections of craft beer. With some crafts topping out at an impressive 17.5% ABV, an adventurous spirit is required.
Great Divide’s flavorful beers represent a lifestyle that is uniquely Coloradan. The tap room has outdoor seating filled with locals and tourists alike, and Denver’s best food trucks are often parked street-side, should you want a bite with your brew. (Other location: Barrel Bar, 1812 35th St., Denver)
Wynkoop is a Denver institution, known for innovative brewers who will put just about anything in their beer, including Rocky Mountain oysters, gummy bears and green chilies. It’s known as the brewery that brewed a neighborhood because Wynkoop helped catalyze the revitalization of Lower Downtown.
Tivoli is Colorado’s oldest, most historic brewery. It originally opened in 1859 and supplied beer to the gold rush pioneers. Situated in the heart of downtown Denver’s Auraria Campus, it’s easily accessible via the Platte River and Cherry Creek trails.
What does Spangalang mean? The term refers to a cymbal pattern in music and is a reference to the Five Points neighborhood’s rich history as a jazz hub of the West. The custom artwork and jazz themes lining the walls reflect the vibrancy and creativity of the community.
Prost combines the best parts of a Bavarian-style biergarten outside with a traditional bier hall layout inside, giving you the feel of an afternoon or evening spent in Munich. The signature copper brewing equipment was shipped from Germany, and the commitment to brewing authentic German-style bier holds true in their Colorado brews.
Strange Craft was the first small tap room brewery to open in Denver. With an inviting bar made of reclaimed wood, a spacious outdoor seating area with yard games, daily rotating food trucks and 12 taps of award-winning beers, there’s something for everybody.
Mockery focuses on bold flavors while maintaining the utmost respect for balance and quality. Mockery doesn’t restrict beer to guidelines and rules — they brew for the love of the craft and their customers. The brewery is family owned by Colorado natives who pursue the happiness in life, one fantastic beer at a time.
Blue Moon’s River North Art District location is an opportunity to share its ongoing creativity and innovative brewing. Try unique beers only available at this location and enjoy a bite from the globally inspired yet locally sourced food menu. (Other location: SandLot, 2161 Blake St., Denver)
The beers at Factotum are created by community members; anybody can sign up to brew, and brew sessions are customized to the guest’s experience level. This unique concept means the beer menu is always rotating, although the brewery has added a flagship pilsner to the lineup.
Goldspot is making a name for itself in Colorado with exceptional beers that will please both craft brew newbies and beer aficionados. Located in the vibrant Berkeley neighborhood, the tasting room and outdoor patio offer the perfect spot to drink and talk beer.
Enjoy stunning mountain views from the Farm House in Littleton, about 30 minutes south of downtown Denver. The beer garden is complete with picnic tables, lush landscapes, covered seating and a “Colorado fresh” menu. (Other location: Colorado Craft, 2220 Blake St., Denver)