Friday, August 02, 2019

C is for Colorado Plus Brew Pub

Well ... July got away from me. The whole summer is going way too fast.

Between the Great Cycle Challenge, and family activities, and trying to lose weight, I have not done much with my A to Z Denver Breweries Project.

My last brewery was B is for Briar Common Brewery + Eatery back in early April.

On July 11th, the SheppyBrew Beer Model and I decided to do a date night, and I knew I had a brew pub on my list of "C" breweries. I thought it was a perfect opportunity to try one.

C is for Colorado Plus Brew Pub.

I had ridden my bike home from work on a fairly hot afternoon, and so was extremely thirsty, so I drank more water than beer at Colorado Plus Brew Pub, but the beers I had were delicious.

So the Colorado Plus Brew Pub is all about eating and drinking local. Everything (almost everything?) they serve comes from Colorado.

"We opened our doors May 13, 2013 and our mission is to celebrate Colorado!
Colorado Plus Brewery and Tap House strives to give its patrons a great selection of Colorado-made beers. Thank you for supporting Colorado's farmers, ranchers and greenhouses! We proudly server products from our local partners. Our chefs are very creative and believe in making virtually everything in house -- from scratch."

I really like the idea of serving only Colorado food and drink. I'm a little bummed out that I didn't get to try more beers, but I can always go back when I'm more hydrated and rested.

Between The Beer Model and I ... we had ...

Station 26 Tangerine Cream (you can probably guess which one of us ordered that one)

Insert Coin Pale Ale ... a nice Pale Ale brewed at Colorado Plus.

Doc Brown's 1892 Brown Ale ... An English Brown brewed at Colorado Plus.

And that's it ... not my typical variety for a brewery visit.

Yummy beers none the less.

The food was also great. I had a great burger. I don't remember what The Beer Model had.

As I said ... I'm going to have to go back and try more beers, and some more of their food.

You should too.

It is located at 6995 W 38th Ave in Wheat Ridge, CO.

I believe they are open every day at 11AM, and stay open until 11PM most nights. Midnight on Friday and Saturday night.

Check it out.

Next up, I need a "D" brewery. I have a quite a few choices including ... De Steeg Brewing, Declaration Brewing Company, Diebolt Brewing Company.

Which will I choose?

You'll have to wait and see ... keep an eye on Sheppy's Blog: A to Z to find out.

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