Denver has one of the best craft beer scenes in the country, and we’re giving a limited number of CAR Conference attendees a way to visit some of the coolest spots. Sign up for our Denver Brewery Tour!
When: Thursday, March 10 from 7:30 – 11 p.m. (3.5 hours total)
Price: $45/person (Price includes: Transportation, one pint at each brewery and tips for the breweries and tour bus driver)
How it works: Banjo Billy’s tour busses will pick participants up at the conference hotel at 7:30 p.m. The busses will stop at three breweries. (The exact stops will be determined later, but we’ve listed some of the possibilities below.) At each stop, participants will get tours and insider information on the Denver beer scene. The tour will take about 3.5 hours, and participants will be dropped back at the conference hotel when it’s over.
Requirements: Must be 21 or older to participate.
Because of limited seating on the tour busses, only 50 people can sign up for this event. Sign up now!
If you have questions about the tour, please contact Stephanie Sinn at email@example.com.
*The tour will visit 3 of the 7 breweries listed below*
Prost Brewing Co.: A German-style brewery with a patio, communal tables and a taproom that feels like a European beer garden.
Beryl's Beer Co.: Beryl’s barrel-ages many of its beers with the goal of creating “inspired flavors that you may not be expecting.”
Renegade Brewing Company: Sleek, small and always packed.
Black Shirt Brewing: They only brew red ales at Black Shirt, which boasts filament light bulbs, custom glassware and tabletops made from reclaimed train cars!
Black Sky Brewery: An experimental brewery with a heavy metal vibe and “no real beer style."
LowDown Brewery + Kitchen: Classics, barrel-aged and new recipes – you’ll find them all at this laid-back restaurant/brewery.
Tivoli Brewing Co.: A brewery with long history in Denver. Tivoli Beer was reborn in 2012 and its tap house has 52 taps!
For more on these breweries and others, check out 5280’s guide to craft brewing in Denver.