There’s nothing quite like tipping back a cold local Colorado Springs brew after a day of outdoor
adventure. With sunny patios, onsite food trucks, and a slew of seasonal flavors, these are the
best stops to enjoy some area hops.
Colorado Springs Breweries
This veteran-owned brewery kicked things up a notch and designed a 4,000-foot space
complete with a rooftop deck. There’s always something happening in the beer garden whether
it’s live music, fitness classes, or seasonal markets. Choose from beers, ciders, and even craft
cocktails. Red Leg has permanent food vendors onsite ranging from burgers to lobster rolls and
even fresh cookies for those with a sweet tooth.
Housed in the historic downtown Cheyenne Building, Phantom Canyon has two levels for a day
of cold drinks and a few rounds of pool. Flagship flavors include the Alpenglow wheat and Red
Box red ale. The menu choices may even be better than the beer choices. Nosh on burgers,
freshly made pretzels, or their famous lemon tabasco fried chicken.
Located in the Lincoln Center, Goat Patch serves up balanced brews with a “bleating” heart.
The brewery supports a number of rotating charities with sales from their red ale. Brews like the
Hibiscus Pale Ale and the Hazy Unfiltered IPA are easy choices. A variety of food trucks are
The pup-friendly space is perfect for a sunny day when the garage doors are lifted and dog tails
are wagging. Choose a Chimera Sour or appropriately named Homeward Bound brew.
Seasonal seltzers are in large supply and are often transformed into slushy form during the
warmer months. Food trucks are onsite daily.
Stop into this self-pour staple after a day on a regional trail. This brewery pays homage to the
avid area cyclist. Grab a card and choose your favorite flavors from the selection of self-serve
taps. Patrons choose the number of ounces they’d like to try or can opt for fresh kombucha.
Order from a full menu of appetizers, salads and flatbread pizzas.
Owned by Colorado’s female Latina brewer focuses on diversity. Savor the atmosphere and
choose from 16 rotating Mexican-inspired beers like the Maria Bonita or Chocolate Ibarra. Don’t
miss their award-winning Dolores Huerta Mexican Lager. Food trucks are onsite daily.
Hit the Eastside of town and experience an enjoyable outdoor beer garden. Flagship choices
range from their wheat ale Sticky Paws to the GF Raspberry Blonde ale. Order up some atomic
nachos or specialty tacos from onsite 1231 Kraft Kitchen.
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