In 1990 Breckenridge Brewery opened its doors in Breckenridge, CO. That makes it the third-oldest craft brewery in the State of Colorado. The original Breckenridge Brewery location sits in the quaint town on the Main Street that bustling with mountain culture. To this day many tourists and natives enjoy visiting the local brewery for its great selection of craft beer, lively atmosphere, and yummy pub food.
By 1992 Breckenridge Brewery outgrew brewing in its mountain location due to high popularity and demand of the craft brews. The breweries now president, Todd Usry, began his apprenticeship in Breckenridge and helped the team look for a second bigger location to begin brewing. They settled on a space in downtown Denver. Things really took off after the Colorado Rockies built their stadium across the street from the brewery downtown. This led them to find there next home at 471 Kalamath Street many miles away from the stadium.
They brewed at the Kalamath location for 19 years! As the business grew they reached making 60,000 barrels a year and ran out of space leading them to look into more expansions. Todd and the team went back to the drawing board and began searching for the right place for them to settle down and call home for the expanding business.
They found the perfect spot to call home in 2015. The new brewery is now located on a 12-acre piece of land that was once a beautiful carnation farm in Littleton, Colorado. Breckenridge Brewery still focuses on creating a well-glanced, approachable, and unique beers while creating a memorable experience for all who visit. Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton was inspired by farm life. Brewery Lane features a new 100 barrel brewhouse, barrel-aging room, all newly designed packaging, dedicated and knowledgable tour staff, and the Farm House restaurant. The Farm House isn’t just a tasting room it has wraparound porch with a spacious beer garden that offers many areas to hang out, relax, look at the beautiful mountain views, and even play yard games like bocce ball, ladder golf, life size Jenga, corn hole, and more.
The brewery offers 90 minute tours five days a week, so be sure to grab your family, friends, or out of town guests and check out Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton, CO. Littleton is growing town making it a desirable and family friendly place to live.
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