Five Breweries To See While You Are In Denver At CEDIA Expo


Posted on September 18th, by Michael Maniscalco in Blog. No Comments

We ihijians love our craft beer. We love it so much it made our CEDIA Expo video #DontNotGo. One of the best things about having CEDIA Expo back in Denver is getting to enjoy some of the town while you are there. So, we wanted to share some recommendations on good beer in Denver so that you can enjoy some cold local suds as well.

Here’s our list (in no particular order):

Crooked Stave

Artisian wild, funky and sour beers! You’re not going to find your typical big IPA but this is one you don’t want to miss. A beer nerd’s delight.

Great Divide

Great Divide Brewing Company serves big, strong and delicious beers around the country. They have a nice little tap room just a short walk from the trade show floor where you can find it fresh!

Strange Brewery

A cool little brewery founded by two out of work IT guys they make some great beer that you’ve likely never seen on the store shelves. Last time anyone from ihiji was there they also had a great little food truck where you could snack while you enjoyed their craft brews.

Wynkoop


A brewpub in downtown Denver this is an old staple where you can get good beer and food. They have a good number of pool tables to hang out after show hours. It’s walkable from the show but you can also take the mall-bus down that direction.

Prost Brewing


Prost serves up nothing but German stlyle brews that they make in house. Nice patio, nice view and cold beers made in German tradition. Like.

Others near but not in Denver:
Avery
Upslope
Boulder Beer
Twisted Pine
Coors – Not a microbrewery but impressive and legendary

While you’re in town there are a few bars in Denver with the most delicious Pliny The Elder IPA from California. If you see it, try it and thank us later!





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