Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The tasting room at Denver Beer Company

Denver Beer CompanyThey'll open a brewery from any old building these days. Denver Beer Company, just over a year old since August, found a location not too far from downtown Denver just off the 20th Street exit of Interstate 25. They converted an old auto body garage and turned it into a craft beer destination. And on a sunny, warm October day, it made for the perfect place to visit.

Denver Beer Company got it's start back on August 12th 2011 and since then has been doing all it can to keep up with demand. During the busy week surrounding the Great American Beer Festival, this small brewery found itself quite busy. Nary an empty seat could be found both indoors and outdoors on their beer garden patio. The day was perfect. Warm, sunny and hardly any breeze. What could be a better place to sip a beer and take in some sunshine?

Fermentedly Challenged took time away from the GABF a couple weeks ago and paid the brewery a quick visit and captured the moment in photos. I managed to grab a pint of their now famous Graham Cracker Porter and snapped a handful of pictures. Enjoy a peak inside this 1 year old Denver craft brewery.

Click on any image to enlarge. All pics © 2012 David Butler and FermentedlyChallenged.com.

Denver Beer Company
1695 Platte Street
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 433-2739
Email: fun[at]denverbeerco.com
Web: www.denverbeerco.com
Twitter: @DenverBeerCo
Facebook: facebook.com/DenverBeerCompany

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