This place will continue to thrive until they get competition. The beer is really good. The food is pricey for no thrill bar food. The atmosphere is that of a trailer park dive.
Here's our experience: walk in go upstairs. Meet a server at top to seat us. Asked for a booth by the window. She said we couldn't sit there. Thought that was weird, but whatever right.?! So we sat at a table and watched the 2 available booths sit there EMPTY for a long long time while wait for our Server. then they sat some locals that came in at the booth. SO....... If you are visiting this brewery, know that you are not welcome in this establishment. However........ What would YOU do for good hand-craft beer in a hippy town?...... That's what I thought! So here's my tip: buy the growler, fill it with good beer, head back to your motel, stopping at a McDonald's / or soup kitchen for better food and a way better atmosphere, and enjoy your colorado experience on your deck without the sacred window view of the go-cart track from the trailer park eatery.
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