I published S is for Station 26 Brewing Company at the beginning of March. Since then, we've been buying beer to-go from breweries, but not really going to breweries to drink.
Until that point I had been flying through my 2nd time through the alphabet.
After that point ... not at all.
But ... breweries have been opening up some lately, and this past Saturday, I thought I'd check out the "T" brewery I've been targeting.
We took a bike ride to ...
T is for Two22 Brew
Two22 Brew is a brewery in Centennial, CO. They are really into partnering with local charities.
From the website:
"Denver-ites have a great appreciation of microbrewed beer. The Denver area also has great microbrews to appreciate. But, what's missing is a microbrewery with a primarily locally active, socially conscious attitude. Our mission is to provide beer-lovers with a way to give charitably to local causes through the beer they drink. We want the community to feel like they are a part of what we are doing, that they are more than just customers."
We arrived right at opening time, and so we were the only customers for a bit. Social distancing was quite easy for us.
They have a great selection of beers. As far as I can tell, they do a great job keeping their tap list up to date.
We sat in the beer garden at a picnic table and had a picnic lunch.
We didn't have a lot of beers, but we enjoyed the ones we had.
And we brought home a growler of the Two22 version of Colorado Strong.
Two22 is a great local brewery, and well worth a visit if you are in the neighborhood and feel comfortable going out and visiting breweries.
They don't serve food themselves, but they do appear to have food trucks every day.
Check them out.
Next up ... "U".
To be honest, I'm not sure there is a "U" brewery that I have not visited.. Let me know in the comments if you have suggestions.
As always ... you'll have to stay tuned on Sheppy's Blog: A to Z to find out what we pick!