Stem Ciders, Denver
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It's in a fairly hip/industrial neighborhood and has a great vibe. We went there for the CiderGrass event they had promoted on Facebook. While it was easy to see that this had all the potential for a ... read more »
Sounds weird, but try the coffee cider and the remedy hops cider. Yum. They have food outside usually too.
Stem Ciders is a really fun atmosphere where one can try many different types of ciders ranging from oaky to fruity. The prices are very reasonable. The bartender was really fun to be around and helpe... read more »
I visited Stem on a Saturday afternoon with a friend who lives nearby. It was very quiet. There were only a few others there. It's a fairly big space with ample outdoor seating. They also had one food truck outside if you wanted a bite. -- They had about 10-12 different ciders to choose from, and you could of course get a flight to try out different ones. They had a few interesting ciders: one aged in a red wine barrel, another with a peach twist. They are more dry ciders, and not super sweet. Just depends on what you like. -- The guy at the counter was very helpful in explaining everything, and even gave me some ideas for hikes to do while in town.
This Cidery makes a nice range of mild and dry drinks as well as good barrel-aged stuff. There's almost always a food truck, more parking than you would find in downtown Denver, and some sort of event happening frequently. The outdoor seating is pleasant in fair weather. If you generally don't like sweet ciders, give Stem a try, their's are a little different.
Great place to go for a tasting. The ciders are unique and refreshing. The cider isn't sweet, tastes more like a dry white wine (so be prepared). Served cold on a hot summer day, you can't beat it.
Very rude service. I asked the red headed guy bartender for a plastic cup because I chew and he proceeded to yell out how that's disgusting and everyone can smell it. I've never had this problem before at a bar or restaurant. There is no reason for that disrespect especially embarrassing me in front of my friends and people around me. A simple no we don't allow that here would have sufficed. By far the worst bartender I've ever encountered. Won't be going back or recommending stem ciders to anyone
Ambience is great and the bluegrass is solid. If you like dry cider that tastes like soil, then you will enjoy the drinks. If that's not your thing, head a block over to C Squared for a delicious cider.
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