Avery Brewing Company

Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
  • Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct S, Boulder, CO 80301, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3034404324
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Brewery, Adults

Established in 1993, the company has since been a distinguished part of city’s brewery culture with its wide range of seasonal and year-around beers. The company is known to produce its own range of unique flavors by blending creativity with tradition. Thanks to great eccentric ales and lagers, the place sees hordes of visitors everyday flocking to this place to get a taste of their delicious craft beer. Apart from these, the place posses the perfect ambiance to have a delectable meal in its decent food corner. One can also delve deep if one want to and learn about the entire process of brewing while they are at it.

  • Entry is free.

  • Guided Tours: Monday to Friday- 4:00pm; Saturday and Sunday - 2:00pm

  • Bus Station: 63rd St & Habitat Dr

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  • Avery Brewing Company Address: 4910 Nautilus Ct S, Boulder, CO 80301, USA, United States
  • Avery Brewing Company Contact Number: +1-3034404324
  • Avery Brewing Company Timing: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Avery Brewing Company Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Avery Brewing Company(preferred time): 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Avery Brewing Company: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 15.16% of people who visit Boulder include Avery Brewing Company in their plan

  • 68.75% of people start their Avery Brewing Company visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Avery Brewing Company

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Avery Brewing Company

People normally club together National Center For Atmospheric Research and Boulder Beer Company while planning their visit to Avery Brewing Company.

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  • Some damn fine tasty Beers, plenty of variety for everyone. Sours, IPA's, lagers, bourbon barrel aged stouts, you name it. Innovative food offerings, excellent but on the expensive side. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff, and a catwalk over the warehouse where you can observe the brewing process. Surprisingly upscale for a brewpub.. Busy each time we've been there. Nice little shop with Avery clothing swag and bottled beers to go. Try a beer flight to sample the copious offerings.

  • Constantly rotating tap list of every conceivable style of beer, even sometimes historic and obscure ones you've never heard of. And by golly, they somehow know to consistently deliver quality stuff across the board! The food is tasty, albeit a little pricey. Friendly service and a welcome addition to Gunbarrel!

  • Awesome brewery! I love Avery beers and got to try all my favorites straight from the source as well as an extensive list of taproom-only offerings. The taproom is cozy and the outdoor space is fantastic with both tables for dining and a turf area with bar-height tables that's perfect for kids. We didn't do the self-guided tour but it's a good excuse to go back!

  • Avery Brewing is GINORMOUS! We only had time to visit the restaurant (upstairs) portion, which included a beautiful bar and nice eating area. Saw the tasting room & it was packed, so I assume it was as clean and nice as the restaurant. There is also an entrance for a self guided tour of the brewery, but we didn't get a chance to wander through. The service was incredible. They use what looked to be an app to place orders. 2 people in our party knew which beer they wanted to order, while another was debating what she wanted. The 2 beers were delivered before the 3rd had even been decided upon! We all noticed how all the servers helped out and there was not a single wait staff assigned to the table. It seemed to be who was available at that moment. This was a double edge sword. The service was incredibly fast and seemed so effective & efficient! The problem was there was a server that was INCREDIBLY rude and grumpy. We hated when he was the one that was available. The other (main) server was a bright light in the universe. Obviously, we MUCH preferred the light and joy of the universe helping us out! Hopefully the grump was just having a day and that is not a typical experience. I only gave it 4 stars, because, although the food was good, this is a very pricey & foodie place (think duck & waffles entree kind of foodie place). Not at all what I expect of "bar food". We all (5 of us) chose the $18 fish & chips (pretty tasty, but who charges $18 for fish & chips, especially when the serving size wasn't large enough for leftovers!?) When we decided to try a brewery for dinner, I didn't expect an $18 entree would be one of the cheapest meals available on the menu (I believe they also offered a $35 prime rib as an example of the menu). So, as long as you are prepared for a higher bill, this is a nice place to go. **Note: I am not a beer drinker. Others in the party liked all the beers they tried & perhaps that may have been enough for them to rate it 5 stars?

  • Great place for a quick bite to eat and an awesome selection of beer. Had the gumbo and poutine nachos. Both were very good. Tried a few of the beers. All were excellent.

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