“Early pioneers in the world of microbrewing”
In 1994, Colorado’s craft beer scene scarcely existed, but Brian Dunn recognized Denver’s potential to be a great beer city. Combining his business background with his passion for beer, which was developed through his international travels and his experience as a homebrewer, he decided to start a brewery. He set up shop in an abandoned dairy-processing plant at the edge of downtown Denver and began brewing the beers that would eventually carry Great Divide Brewing Company to its status as one of America’s most decorated microbreweries and would help transform Denver into an international destination for beer lovers. "Larimer Street, the heart of skid row in On the Road, is now Lower Downtown, or LoDo, a hip area of restaurants, loft apartments and microbreweries created from century-old warehouses. The Great Divide Brewing Co is a first-rate example of new Denver, crafting excellent seasonal and year-round beers and selling them in its tap room." -http://www.bbc.com/travel/feature/20120913-jack-kerouacs-us-road-trip/3
Good beer, wide selection. Great Divide is not my favorite Colorado brewery (other good ones: Avery, Left Hand, O'Dell's), but it's pretty good, and it's in a good location right downtown.
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Great Divide Brewing Co.
- Sun - Tue: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Wed - Sat: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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