Epic Brewing Company, Denver
About Epic Brewing Company, Denver
Epic Brewing Company, Denver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 3001 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm Details
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The 25 taps at this brewery cycle their beer selection from classic, to seasonal, to experimental. Kids are allowed, but unfortunately dogs are now. But as long as you're buying your own beer, you're allowed to bring your own food packs to eat here. Brewery tours are held on the weekend. Food trucks gather outside every night. All things considered, this is just a really great place to chill. For USD 40, you can try the Gauntlet, which is basically an intense tasting run through every beer on the tap. The windows offer scenic views of the Denver mountains.
Epic Brewing Company Information
- Closed toe shoes for brewery visits.
Epic Brewing Company Opening and Closing Hours
- Friday at 4:00pm.
- Saturday and Sunday at 1:00, 3:00, and 5:00.
How To reach Epic Brewing Company by Public Transport
- Bus 44 stop Larimer St & 30th St.
- Drive, cycle or walk to here.
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Awesome beers, great building and environment. I really wish they had good sours for less than $12. If it wasn't insanely expensive for their better beers I'd give 4 stars...
I'd say this is the best taproom/craft beer RiNo (River North) district, cool atmosphere and ambience, great beer and variety (25 of their items on tap) and a huge open space and tall wood rafter style ceilings create a great space ambience and atmosphere. My wife and I enjoyed our full flight sampling - which all were fantastic especially the Belgium's!
This is a great brewery to visit, especially if you have a large group. Their tour is very interesting and there's plenty of space to hang. (Although it's frequently quite busy). They also have one of the best gluten-free beers I've ever tasted. If you're not forced to go GF, Epic has lots of delicious options for you. During a recent visit, my fiance and a friend decided to share "The Gauntlet"...a tasting flight of their entire menu. While not for the faint of heart, it's a great way to discover all of Epic's beers.
Walked over after a massage with a friend. We ordered a flight each and tasted each other's. My favorites were the tart and juicy one (can't remember the exact name!) and the coffee beer. I've never had a coffee beer that's not a stout and this one both smelled and tasted of delicious coffee! We liked our first server but the second one was a little surly and we don't know why #2 took over. #2 didn't really look in on us after she brought us our flights and when we were ready to leave we got #1 to bring us more water and our check. I wish there were more food options but the popcorn was yummy. I asked for a mix of spicy and cheese and I think I liked the cheese flavor better, but together was the way to go. Fortunately there was a food truck selling wings right outside and they brought it in to our table. :) overall a solid mid afternoon hangout spot.
The beer here is too good. If you are in Denver you MUST visit! Trust me...
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