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"My companion and I had lunch at The Pub and then did the 2:00 PM brewery tour. The pub menu featured many typical items and there is a daily special. Our chicken sandwich, veggie burrito, and onion rings were quite good. On Monday and Tuesday your first mug of beer is a nickel with a lunch entrée. This was one of the better brewery tours I have experienced – very thorough as we were taken throughout the brewery to see everything from the mash tun to the cooling and brightening tanks to the bottling and kegging operations (which unfortunately was not active on that day). Following the tour, we sampled as many of the beers available as we wanted. Now to the beers: In addition to the usual Boulder ales (Pale, Amber, Porter, etc.), Buffalo Gold, and Singletrack Ale, there are some other relatively new brews. One is called Sulley’s Light Lager, and it is essentially an attempt to capture some of the Bud Light and Coors Light drinkers. Enough said. We sampled three ales that are part of Rockies’ new Looking Glass Series. Hazed and Infused Dry-Hopped Ale is indeed a hoppy delight and has apparently become quite popular on tap in the Denver/Boulder area. The other two were winter seasonals: Never Summer Ale is a flavorful dark and slightly spicy ale and was our favorite, while Killer Penguin Ale is a high gravity winter ale with an alcohol content approaching the barleywine level. There is also an unfiltered brew usually available at the pub – this time is was the Boulder Pale. All the people here, from our server to the tour guide to the charming lady at the bar were very personable. Highly recommended!"

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