Station 26 Brewing CompanyCurrently Closed
- Address: 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO 80207, United States
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3033331825
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Brewery, Family And Kids
Station 26 Brewing Company - Review
It is easy to fall in love with this unassuming looking brewery and beer garden. Housed inside an old Fire Station, the decor and atmosphere of this place just makes you want to hangout. It's a place to chill. There are 26 beers on tap and they are all delicious.. You can bring your own food. Or you can try one of the different food trucks every day of the week. Kids are allowed, and dogs are allowed out in the patio. The staff is super friendly and young at heart.
How To reach Station 26 Brewing Company by Public Transport
- Bus 34 stop Smith Rd & Poplar St.
- Drive cycle or take a taxi to here.
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Station 26 Brewing Company, Denver Reviews
Located in a former fire station, Station 26 makes great tasting beer. I highly recommend a beer flight to anyone trying them for the first time. Station 26 is minutes away from Quebec and I70 and tucked away in a nearby neighborhood that is empty of heavy traffic. You'll find ample parking on the west side of the property. Large parties can take advantage of the picnic style seating in front of the property, and can grab a snack from one of the visiting food trucks.
So I am a brewer and a drinker and I must say this place is awesome. They have a friendly inviting atmosphere and have some wonderfully brewed beers that is obvious care and thought went in to the brewing process. The American copper was delish with hints of toasted malt and a hefty but not over bearing hop consist. The cream ale although not my favorite was a light beer with slightly more creaminess than I like. Something borrowed was at first taste a little strange I must admit, but with each sip grew on me exponentially. The saison taste was unmistakable but the hint of grape is what really got me loving this amazing brew. Keep up the great work and I love the beer.
Definitely a place to stop at, if you like beer. I really enjoyed their line of beer that they brew. I had 3-4 different beers and enjoyed every one of them. It's not expensive and the set up is cool, the nice shaded area outside was enjoyable. They allow friendly dogs too.
One of the coolest place I've been to. The firehouse remodeled into a brewery is pretty dope, hence the name Station 26. Loved the exclusive brews that they rotate each month.
Coming from Texas we see a lot of Brew places, there everywhere. I came Station 26 just to kill some time and ended up staying all night. They have some amazing beer and the environment is amazing. Got to talk to the owners for a bit and I have to say they are some very cool people. So yes if you are in the area this is a must. Did I mention its a old fire house how cool is that. So much love all the way from South Texas!