When was the last time a beer surprised you?
Good beer is about technique, quality ingredients and skilled craftsmanship. Great beer comes from all of those things, and more. Great beer is about passion. It’s about elevating flavors and exploring new territory. We here at Beryl’s are obsessed with making great beer and doing it differently, with our own unique spin on traditional recipes. By barrel-aging many of our hand-crafted beers, we strive to craft inspired flavors that you may not be expecting. Colorado is home to the finest craft brewing culture in America, and we couldn’t be more proud to be a part of it as we bring our distinctive take on truly small-batch, craft beers.
Stop by and see us and check out what we’re up to. There’s always something new in the tap room.
This beer is most similar to an English style special bitter. It is stronger than an ordinary bitter, but not quite as hoppy as an extra special bitter (ESB).
Our current seasonal Wald: Dampfbier. German for steam beer, is named after the vigorous primary fermentation achieved without temperature control. The subtle smokiness in this seasonal version comes from lightly smoked malt.
Barrel Aged Extra Stout. Aged for months in Fireside Whiskey barrels from Mile High Spirits, this beer will warm your insides with comforting notes of coconut.
Extra Stout. Rich in dried fruits, like cherries and plumbs, this stout drinks full and roasty, despite a lower ABV than other stouts of its kind.
This is a classic black lager with a coffee twist! Infused with coffee from Logan’s House Coffee here in Denver, this roasty lager finishes clean with a mellow coffee flavor.
Pear forward and earthy, this version of our classic Antero Ale has been lightly oaked and dry hopped.
Assertively dry-hopped pale ale in the spirit of American Pale Ales, but noticeably less citrusy with complex fruit notes.
Baltic-style Porter. Meant to be stronger than brown porters for domestic consumption, this style of beer was brewed for trade in the Baltic States. Added hops were originally intended for preservation over long voyages.
6.5% ABV / 35 IBU / 30 SRM / Hops: Kent Goldings
Our great state was born on August 1st, 1876. With all that Colorado has given us, we wanted to do something to support the state and the community that we love. 1876 Ale is our take on an American style ale, but with all the malt, hops, water and hard work coming from within our borders, we feel it’s more appropriate to call it a Colorado Ale. With its smooth malt body and subtly complex hop undertones, it’s the perfect session ale for our state. We’re awfully proud of this beer, but it’s what we do after we’re done brewing that we’re most proud of.
A full dollar from every pour of 1876 ale (whether in our tap room or your favorite watering hole) goes straight to Denver Beer Olympics, a local charity raising money for leukemia and other blood disease research through… well… beer. 1876 Ale supports Colorado farmers, Colorado beer drinkers and a great local Colorado cause.
Swing by our tap room and experience 1876 Ale. 100% Colorado ingredients. 100% for Colorado.