Station 26 Brewing Company, Denver
About Station 26 Brewing Company, Denver
Station 26 Brewing Company, Denver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO 80207
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 01:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details
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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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Old retired fire house turned into a brewery. 12 taps. Good variety. Nice patio. They get food trucks. If I rated them back when it opened, I would have given them 3 stars due to the number of kids and dogs running amok. But they finally posted strict rules to stop bad parents (of both) from just letting them get out of control.
Loved the place. Good ALEs, freshly brewed. They change the beers type over time so you can taste more types of beers. The only thing to improve is to scale better with the food truck :)
This place was a rollercoaster of emotions for myself and my friends. We came here for Bluegrass Brunch this past weekend. Some friends had talked it up, and I had never been in, so I was excited. We arrived early and staked out a spot on the patio. It was a bit chilly, but uncrowded for the first hour. Had a beer, which was tasty, and a donut, which was pretty good! Let's stick with the positives. Large patio with a good chunk of seating, some unique and tasty beers. Nice. Onto the not-so-positives. Maybe it's just me, but when I think of "brunch", I don't think of a BBQ food truck at 11am for brunch. Bacon, eggs, hash browns, biscuits & gravy, that sort of thing. I think it was a bit off terming it as a "brunch". Whatever, no big deal in the end. The place was ill-equipped and out-of-sync once the crowd got to ~200 people. It got packed. Uncomfortably packed. And the staff did not handle it well at all. There were 2 lines to order beers from, which took 20 minutes to get through. A couple staff members were just standing there, watching the crowd, while a half dozen others lazily chatted and served beer at a leisurely pace. There was zero urgency to work the line whatsoever, and I was not the only frustrated person. I just wanted to close out my tab, and tried to simply ask to do so at the bar, to be gruffly told "dude, there are obviously lines", and then ignored when I was trying to explain I just wanted to close my tab. Yeah, my bad, I get that. But then the exact same dude served multiple other customers from the EXACT same spot he told me he wouldn't serve me at. Yeah I get it, I'm not a 20-something cute blonde or your roommate's buddy, but sorry, that is total BS. Also, and this is just weird, there had to have been 50+ kids running around. I have never seen that at a brewery, not even close. Do they specifically cater to children coming in? Do they try to market as such, and get young couples with small children in as as "family thing"? It was weird and just odd to me. I like kids well enough, but there is something about small humans that you have zero connections to running by your legs when you've been drinking that I do not like. Made me feel uncomfortable and unable to truly relax. Staff could have saved the day, but they just seemed to not care. Bummer, because the beers were pretty decent.
This place was a random local brewery selection we decided to check out on a recent Denver trip. Very cool place in what used to be a fire station set right in a nice little neighborhood. Juicy Banger was a standout beer and the staff was very friendly. One of them recommended we try Cerebral Brewing, which we did, and it did not disappoint either. Thanks Station 26!
Station 26 is the epitome of a fine neighborhood brewery. Located in an old fire station, they serve many excellent beers ranging from crystal clear and tasty cream ales to a rotating hop IPA series to milk stouts and Belgian Strongs. This brewery is a must try if you’re in Aurora!