2021 started out pretty slow for my A to Z Denver Breweries series of blog posts.
It was December of last year that I posted C is for Cerveceria Colorado.
Mostly due to covid guidance, it wasn't until May until I posted D is for Dead Hippie Brewing.
I got in E is for Evergreen Brewery a couple weeks later.
Then, it was another couple months before I posted F is for Fiction Beer Company.
After that, though the SheppyBrew Beer Model (aka my wife) and I have been speeding through the alphabet. We seem to be making pretty good progress.
Now ... as you can imagine if you've been paying attention ... it is time for a "P" brewery. As I mentioned, I had a brewery in mind.
Big P Little P what begins with P?
P is for Prost Brewing Company
P P P.
Prost is a German themed brewery that actually has a few locations in the Denver area. We've been to the Denver location, but they recently added a new location in Highlands Ranch ... much closer to where we live.
Seemed like a no-brainer to visit their biergarten for lunch as our "P" brewery. And we did. Just this past Saturday.
The Highlands Ranch "Biergarten" is located at 53 Centennial Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.
It is a beautiful location with lots of room in the taproom and a pretty decent amount seating outside.
They also serve food, which is always nice, considering we usually want to eat when we visit these breweries.
Most of their beers are German-style lagers, and that is what we had on this visit.
I started out with their Bohemian Pils, which is 5.1% Czech Style Lager. This was my favorite beer there. Nice and hoppy. Nice firm bitterness. Wonderful.
The Beer Model had their Helles.
I also had their Vienna Lager and their Maibock.
Because they serve food, they also have guest taps and even cocktails and wine.
Sadly, like many breweries ... they also serve Seltzers.
We thought the food was delicious as well. I had a burger and pretzel bites. The Beer Model had Stitzel and fries.
Great atmosphere. Great food. Great beer. I am sure we'll visit this place multiple times.
Next up, "Q". Yes, "Q".
Believe it or not, despite the fact that there are not any breweries in the Denver area that start with the letter Q, I think I know what I'm going to use for the "Q" brewery.
Stay tuned on Sheppy's Blog: A to Z and you'll find out what we picked.
If you want to guess ... it will probably be one of the breweries on the Colorado Brewery List.