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Great Divide Brewing Co, Denver

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
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4.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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  • had a free tour. small in size but entertaining and well presented. was in here 3 times in a 3 day visit. so that should be all you need to know that its a great place, nice atmosphere, and great staf...  read more »
  • Always cycling through specialty offers. I try to stop here every time I'm in Denver. Dollar 3oz samples are a godsend in the day of breweries charging crazy prices to try beers. 10/10 
  • Lots of charm at this brewery. Staff knows their stuff and will give you plenty of details of featured beers on the menu. Locals will too. Fun stop with both indoor and outdoor seating. Not a dark bee...  read more »
  • I haven't been on the tour but I stop in here often when Im in the area to see whats new and taste a few. Everyone is super friendly and informative. The atmosphere is laid back.
  • The tap room is a nice atmosphere to hang out and try the different beers, with a view of the brewery and tours available. The bartender was a little stuck up about her knowledge of beer when we asked a couple questions, but that's ok :)
  • Great divide, I write this to you. I love you. From the first day we met you stole my heart. I've watched you grow up and you have become a mature watering hole for thirsty souls in search of great beer. You've done it my friend. Your employees are awesome. They speak of the owner (Jeff) in the highest regards. This makes me want to drink even more of your beer. Your beers are nothing short of fantastic. Titan, yep. Oak aged yeti, yep. Oatmeal imperial yeti, yep yep. Hercules, oh Hercules, ..moment of silence. Ok... Your tours are getting better and better and nice addition to adding a sampling at the beginning. I've been on several tours and your people know how to handle the loose and obnoxious canons that look like they migrated from Vanderbilt and are making Denver look silly. You know who you are people - You wear your raybans with croakies and pink Bermuda shorts with boat shoes peeled right out of magazine probably called Freshman. Yeti, here's to you my man (glasses raised...toasting to you). Thank you for all the good memories and the ones to come. Jumping high five and finishing the beer
  • I love taking tours of distilleries, wineries and breweries but I have to say this was by far the worst one out there! They don't offer samples or any discounts when you take the tour and the tour guide had no personality. He was unable to articulate information with any cohesion and seemed to be completely apathetic. Total waste of time! Just try the beers if you want but skip the pathetic excuse of a tour.
  • Pretty good beer. Not the best I've ever had, but it's a decent brew. The only thing I didn't like too much was how small the place was. It was standing room only because it's set up to be that way, not because it was that popular. People were pouring out of the door because there wasn't anywhere to sit - but because the seats were full. I guess it just didn't meet my expectations. It wasn't a terrible experience though - just average.
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