We went here because I love craft beer and like to support local breweries. I was with my wife and our children aged 3 and 1.
The food: We ordered various items that did not go together simply to try different foods. The fried chicken and waffles with maple syrup and spicy butter were good. The waffles are made from spent grains from the brewing process. They aren't Roscoe's chicken and waffles good, but let's be honest, nothing can touch those. The shrimp and grits were above average. Bacon wrapped pretzel (What?!) was really tasty. The fries with mushroom gravy and cheese curds were a bit heavy, but tasted good.
We had a sampler of beers. 4 for $4. This was a great way to sample beers that are not bottled or distributed out of state.
I really enjoyed the atmosphere as the restaurant looked into the brewery, but also had outdoor seating. Overall, it was a nice place to eat and close to old town Ft. Collins.
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