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“Good Beer, not so great location”

Avery Brewing Company
Ranked #10 of 148 things to do in Boulder
Certificate of Excellence
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase
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Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 3 August 2012

Industrial park location but beer makes up for it, Food was good. Karma and Wheel Sucker were good. Rode our bikes there and view of the Foothills was nice on way back down Arapahoe, Heard Avery is building larger location on Pearl, looking forward to visiting there next time.

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Reviewed 21 July 2012

Really excellent beer in a very lively setting. A sort of industrial location but packed with young people enjoying fine craft beer.

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Reviewed 9 July 2012

It is located in an industrial area, and did not look anything as I imagined. But there are picnic tables and umbrellas outside and plenty of parking, depening on the day you visit.

They offered 10 -12 beers on the day I visited. You can try tasters of them and depending upon the alcohol content of each beer, you may have a small or full pour. I LOVE many Avery beers, so this was a must on my trip to Boulder. It was unusually hot that day, so the AC inside at the bar was greatly appreciated.

Our server was very friendly and prompt, although they were packed that day. We had the Emerita III, full pour. It's the best sour, ever, but we like sours. We also shared a taster of the Lilikoi Wheat(?), that was light and refreshing on a hot day. We also shared the Dry Hopped IPA, also very tasty.

Take your patience pill when they are very busy, but please enjoy.

Thank HikingHonu
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Reviewed 2 July 2012

Great beer! Go for the samples, very affordable and you get to try all the different varieties.

Thank a j
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Reviewed 16 June 2012

The Denver-Boulder-Longmont-Ft.Collins area is jammed with good micro breweries and brewpubs. This could be the best of them (that has own-brewed beer on premises). As one may see on sites such as Ratebeer.com, Avery's brews get very high reviews. The main problem seems to be shortage of brewing capacity. Our bartender noted that there are struggles - to see what can get some capacity so it can get brewed. The good news is that movements are afoot to significantly increase capacity at a new brewing site.

One of the issues that I have with the craft brewing industry in the USA is the severe shortage of "mild" (low alcoholic content, but not low on flavor) beers. Avery is working on its own approach to a solution in this arena, with its "3 point 5 session ale" which it describes as "An easy-drinking, hoppy ale. Light on alcohol, huge on flavor." One friend I was with, who dislikes "hoppy" brews, still loved this one - and so did I. We were told that this was the third (I think) beta iteration of this prototype - and that it runs out quickly wherever it is test marketed.

The other brews that we sampled ranged from delicious on up to heavenly. But this 3.5% ale, and the Out of Bounds Stout were the best for us. The Out of Sight Stout (the former with coffee added) is also delicious.

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