25.64miCastle Rock, CO
Beginning as a small brewpub nestled in the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado we focused on brewing what tasted great after a long day on the slopes. 26 years later, at our new 12-acre campus in Littleton, CO, we’ve expanded our focus. We make beers for any occasion, and invite everyone to enjoy it. Our balanced recipes welcome all beer drinkers with a laid-back, Colorado vibe, while our specialty small batches and barrel-aged beers evoke more of the wild-west, imaginative ski-bum in us all. Whether you’re kickin’ off your hiking boots at camp, or just kickin’ it with friends in the backyard, you’re in good company with a beer from Breckenridge Brewery.
13.27miLone Tree, CO
Lone Tree Brewing Company was the first brewery in Lone Tree, Colorado that opened near Park Meadows Mall in 2011. The neighborhood-focused, family-friendly brewery and tasting room regularly hosts community events that gather around a stylistically diverse lineup of flagship, seasonal, and limited release beers. Lone Tree's cans and 22-ounce bombers are sold across the state of Colorado, as well as Kansas and Nebraska. Its draft beer is poured at many bars and restaurants in its distribution footprint as well. Find the brewery online at lonetreebrewingco.com.
Offensively Delicious? Yes, that's what our beer is. Always creative and packed with flavor. This is a beer for those that like to challenge the status quo. That are unapologetically themselves. The risk-takers. The rebel spirits. The Renegades. We don't care about traditional styles or following the trends. We care about making f'n delicious beer that we are proud to serve. What started as a home brew set and a passion for craft beer became the 9th brewery in Denver when Brian and Khara O’Connell founded Renegade Brewing Company and poured the first pint out of the tap room on June 26, 2011. Renegade currently has 6 year-round beers and two of those originated as backyard recipes from Brian.
Brewing and serving beer in an old Denver firehouse in the Park Hill neighborhood since December 2013
Lost Highway Brewing Company is an award-winning brewery, which recently relocated to southeast Centennial from downtown Denver. We’re family-owned, complete with our own Belgian Beer Knight, and specialize in brewing beers inspired by asking “what if?” Our Golden Ghost Belgian Blonde is the 2016 World Beer Cup Bronze winner. Our location houses a taproom, brewery and production facility. In addition to the taproom, you’ll find our beers pouring at many craft beer establishments and on shelves at several local liquor stores. We are family committed to bringing the community together through our love of craft beer. Get lost with us!
Grimm Brothers Brewhouse opened in July 2010 by two avid homebrews. We emphasize German style beers both traditional as well as historical style beers. The first brewery in Loveland CO and multiple award winning beers from both GABF and World Beer Cup.
Gravity Brewing was established in December 2010 by John Frazee and Ryan Bowers (both graduates of CU-Boulder’s School of Engineering and Applied Science) and opened for business in August 2012, becoming Louisville Colorado’s first neighborhood craft brewery. Based on a strong appreciation and knowledge of science and engineering, Gravity Brewing takes the art and technique of brewing quite seriously. Gravity Brewing is always striving to push the envelope of conventional brewing, while maintaining a strong regard for tradition and authenticity. The name Gravity Brewing represents the goal to produce high quality, full flavored ales and lagers; having a product of substance and dignity; the adventure lifestyle enjoyed in Colorado; a sense of our existence in this world; and thought provocation.
Declaration Brewing’s formal roots spawned during foggy conversations over beers on beautiful Colorado afternoons at beer gardens and homebrew sessions. The Declaration syndicate began as a means of serving great beer to parched patriots everywhere. With brews and fables that last for generations, archetypal in cultures throughout the world, Declaration Brewing symbolizes all that is benevolent in humanity. The thirst quenching feeling that arises on hot summer days with a crisp Kölsch–that’s Declaration. The celebratory feeling of a Pale Ale after a ski day–that’s Declaration. The Stout reduction sauce on a steak at your favorite restaurant–that’s Declaration.