Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales
1290 S. Broadway; 720-900-5551
As the name implies, Former Future
Brewing Company uses traditional recipes
that are deconstructed and made new and
unique. Their creations include Cream Ale,
IPA, Porter, Saison, Sour and Stout beers.
Black Sky Brewery
490 Santa Fe Drive
720-708-5816 ; www.blackskybrewing.
As Black Sky Brewery says, Black Sky
Beers “to die for” beer names include
Fallen Angel Imperial Oatmeal Stout,
Demon Seed IPA, Denver Heavy Metal
Saison, Percephone and Black Light. Try
one of these unique beers if you dare!
471 Kalamath St.; 303-623-BREW
As a ski bum, founder Richard Squire
knew he made exceptional beers in the
80’s. Nowadays, Breckenridge Brewery
specializes in a variety of craft beers and
seasonal microbrews. Try a beer in the
tasting room or in the many different Ale
houses and pubs along the Front Range.
Bull & Bush Brewery
4700 Cherry Creek Dr. South
Owned by identical twin brothers,
Dean and Dale Peterson, Bull & Bush
Brewery creates world renowned
beers that have won many awards.
What’s most important is fresh beer,
friendship and music.
Caution Brewing Co
12445 East 39th Ave
Open since 2011, Caution Brewing Co
uses as much local raw ingredients as they
can to create balanced and unique beers
such as Honey Matrimony Brown Ale,
Hippity Hops Chrysanthemum IPA and
Toaster Bat Black Smoked Robust Porter.
Comrade Brewing Co
7667 E Iliff Avenue; 720-748-0700
Opened in spring 2014, Comrade
Brewing is unique for utilizing
brewing equipment made entirely
in the United States. The brewery
offers a tap room, growlers to go, and
plenty of take out menus from local
restaurants that you are welcome to
Copper Kettle Brewing Co
1338 S. Valentia Street; 303-681-4554
Copper Kettle Brewing Co is a locally
owned “mom and pop” brewery. They
strive to be your local neighborhood bar
they know your name and story – think
of the TV show, Cheers.
1441 W. 46th Ave, #19
Crooked Stave, now in its second year,
specializes in barrel-aged sour beers.
They offer a Cellar Reserve yearly
membership so you can be the first
to sample and buy beers before they
become available to the public.
Denver Beer Co
1695 Platte Street
Established in 2011, Denver Beer Co
serves artisan ales and lagers which
change with each season. Using fresh,
local ingredients, they use old world
styles with new and innovative ideas.
They’ve gained inspiration from the
beer gardens of Bavaria and believe in
camaraderie and friendship.
Denver Chophouse & Brewery
1735 19th Street
Located adjacent to Coors Field, The
Denver Chophouse crafts ales on-site.
The beers pair well with the diverse menu
and friendly atmosphere.