Tuesday, December 24, 2019

N is for New Image Brewing Company

As you probably know if you follow this blog semi-regularly, I have made it my quest to visit more Denver breweries.

Back in 2015 ... I noticed that if you look at a list of Breweries in the Denver area ... most of the alphabet was covered in the fist letters of Brewery names.

In March of 2015, I decided to start with "A" (A is for Alpine Dog Brewing Company).

In January of 2019, I finished with "Z" (Z is for Zuni Street Brewing Company)

And, this year, I've started over at A is for Alternation Brewing Company.

I call it my my A to Z Denver Breweries Project, you can follow along by bookmarking the link.

Remember M is for Mirror Image Brewing Company? As you can tell, I'm working my way through the brewery alphabet much faster this time than the first time.

At the end of that M post, I mentioned ...

"I have an "N" brewery picked out. Stay tunded on Sheppy's Blog: A to Z to find out what I pick."

Not only did I have one already picked out, but The SheppyBrew Beer Model and I had already visited the brewery when I wrote that.

New Image Brewing Company is located in Old Town Arvada at 5622 Yukon St, Arvada, CO 80002.

Their hours are:

Monday - Wednesday
3pm - 10pm

11am - 10pm

Friday & Saturday
11am - 12am

12pm - 10pm

We stopped by after lunch on a Saturday afternoon, and walked into a fairly packed tap room. They have the German-style-beer-garden type seating with beautiful wooden tables.

Really a great location and a wonderful atmosphere for a brewery tap room.

We didn't have a lot of time, so we only got a couple of pints rather than our usual flight.

I had a Helles that I thought was called "Olde Town Regular", but most of the documentation on the website and other sites show that as a Kolsch.

Not sure what Helles I got, but it was a nice beer.

I also had a "Single By Choice", which is a Single Hopped "New England" Pale Ale with Mosaic. Nice little 5% beer.

They had lots of beers on tap, and it looks like the line up changes fairly often. If you're curious ... they have a good "Our Beers" page on the site.

I really liked this place. Give it a visit. We'll have to spend some more time here at some point too.

Next up ... I do already have an "O" brewery picked out. Stay tuned on Sheppy's Blog: A to Z to find out what I picked.

Go Blackhawks!

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