Avery Brewing Co

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5763 Arapahoe Avenue # East, Boulder, CO, USA

Avery Brewing Co Boulder Reviews

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Avery Brewing Oct 14, 2010
So... you're a true beer connoisseur? Really? If you think a Sammy is high end dark beer and that Molson is a fine import, you can quit reading. Just go away, shoo. Though, if you worship at the alter of truly extraordinary beer, get on your knees and make the pilgrimage to the Avery Brewery Tasting Room. All right drive. Actually, better yet, find someone to drive you. People who spew terms like Belgian lace, ester volatility, wet versus dry hopping, vinous qualities etc, should already know of Avery. These beer crafting monks cleverly disguised as Boulder dirtbags love beer more than you do. They create massive beers that are unique in their complexities, intensities and, holy crap, alcohol content. Their Belgian Grand Cru, the Beast, is a seasonal ale with a 14.9% alcohol content that gets compared to a Caribbean rum redolent (love that word) with honey, nutmeg, and orange aromas and a palette full of dates, plums, and molasses. If you are a hop fan, their IPA and their Imperial IPA will make you question god’s existence. How could he make you wait so long for a beer so good?? Most brewers make ambers, reds, and might get fancy with a blueberry something or another. These chemists brew weizens, dopplebocks, English strong ales, Saisons, Triples and Quadruples, whites and barely wines. And everyone of them explodes with flavor.

Honestly, beer lovers, you need to come to this tasting room. I promise you won’t regret it.

Hit their website for directions and times. And if you don’t get to the actual sacred ground from which these beers spring forth, don’t worry, several of them are poured from taps throughout Boulder.
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sylviandavid says:
Great review. We love beer. We live in an area with several micro brew companies.... Eel river brewing, Lost coast Brewery and mad river brewery... All great places to visit....

AND when we get to boulder we won't miss Avery!!! sylvia
Posted on: Jan 26, 2012
ashleynpearson says:
Mmmmm...but I still think Odells is better!
Posted on: Mar 25, 2008
pinchora says:
Good job with being very descriptive...makes me want to drive the 22 hours there now! =)
Posted on: Jul 29, 2007
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