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Nice spot for a few good brews! Would like to see more Veteran decor, but I'm sure that will come with time. Has the look and feel of a young brewery, but the beer tastes much more experienced! Might not "wow" the local beer-snob, but...More
If you love trying new beer and support our armed forces, then this is a must stop for you. We stop for a quick drink and loved the selection they had. Even though they don't have a kitchen, they team up with different food trucks...More
Veteran owned – worth a visit. Names of the beers have a military theme, like Devil Dog Stout, Guidon IPA, C-Ram, Ivy 100 Howitzer Amber Ale, Helo Hefe,. All were good—all worth trying. Friendly beertenders with great conversation skills who shared their knowledge about beers...More
Nothing special. decent craft beer with a horrible selection of a food truck outside named Bite Me. Very small brewery, with MANY small children filling th tables on this Saturday afternoon. We won't return, but will still enjoy select Red Leg beers in the can...More
We had a short weekend trip to Colorado Springs and decided to try and lump into it a tons of sights and things to do - on our hit list were some of the many micro breweries in the ColoSprgs area - Red Leg was...More
Cool place tucked away in a semi-industrial area. Tried 2 of their beers and they were pretty good!
The bar doesn't serve food but they did have a food truck outside that was serving tacos and burritos and such. The food was decent. The salsa...More
Not a location that I would have picked, but the quality of the beer is stellar. Most malt forward and not very hoppy. Comfortable place, very friendly and helpful staff. Really enjoyed our time there. Had a food truck there.
Flights are solid 4oz pours on their flight....
Small place inside an industrial area stripmall.
Seems to be a crowd of regulars and locals. People next to me were friendly from Ft. Carson. - Oh, and it's a Veteran-owned (Army artillery) brewery --- that's why...More