Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Avery Brewing transforms its Tap Room

Avery BrewingThe next time you head to Boulder to visit Avery Brewing Company you'll notice something quite different. No, it's not their beers, although Avery does tend to come out with plenty of new brews on a regular basis. Rather, it's their old tasting room has been transformed into a brand new Avery Tap Room. Avery's new updated tap room is located adjacent to the brewery at 5757 Arapahoe Avenue in the People's Republic of Boulder Colorado. According to Avery:

"It all boils down to our little brewery trying to meet the ever increasing demand for the unique beers that flow forth from our taps. We now have more taps with even more adventurous beers, a larger space and greatly expanded hours. To top it all off, our customers can now sit down with a dry-hopped IPA in our Tap Room and have some food to go along with it!"

Well all right! More taps, food and better hours. I can get into that. You can get free tasters or if you really like a full pint you can purchase one for $4 from one of their 10 rotating taps and two hand pumps that pour custom cask conditioned ales.

Avery's Tap room will be open every day except Monday and brewery tours are offered daily. During the Great American Beer Festival their Tap Room hours will be expanded starting on Tuesday, October 7th and running through the 12th. Lots of experimental beers will be pouring all week during the GABF.

For more information on the newly remodeled Tap Room be sure to visit the Avery Brewing web site.

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- Avery Ellie's Brown Ale review.
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- Avery Hog Heaven review.
- Avery Collaboration Not Litigation Ale review.
- Avery Fifteen Anniversary Ale review.
- Avery The Reverend review.
- Avery The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest review.
- Avery The Czar Imperial Stout review.
- Avery Redpoint Ale review.

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