1. Left Hand Brewing Company


Left Hand Brewing is a Colorado favorite for good reason; they have excellent craft beers, including the legendary Milk Stout (which you will love regardless of whether you’re a dark beer person or not) as well as free factory tours and friendly staff. There are also frequently events and live music that they host, so check out their calendar to see what’s coming next.

Beers to try out:

Raspberry Milk Stout

Roasted coffee notes combine with raspberries and chocolate malt for creamy decadence.

Meet the sultry sister of America’s Stout—Raspberry Milk Stout. We took pure milk chocolate bliss and kissed it with raspberries, still allowing for roasted coffee notes to shine through. Each luxurious, decadent sip lingers into a voluptuous finale. It’s a liquid raspberry truffle meant to cultivate curves and entice you for more. Dark and delicious has never been more tempting. So light the candles, turn on Al Green, and crack a can of Raspberry Milk Stout. You’ve just set the mood.

Colorful Colorado

Welcome to Colorful Colorado, a bold, citrusy pale ale brewed with Rocky Mountain water for all your Centennial State adventures.

Hard Wired Nitro


Innately predisposed to be smooth when Poured Hard, this nitro coffee porter builds a pillowy, toffee-sweet head. Coffee and flavors of caramelized sugar, cacao and hints of blueberry lead to a light, smoky finish.

2. Quarters Bar and Arcade

This modern/retro bar and arcade brings in the nostalgia of your childhood combined with self-serve beer–if this doesn’t sound like heaven to you, then I don’t know what to tell you.

Beers to try:

Treeline IPA IPA – American

6.4% ABV

68 IBU

Wild Woods Brewery

Boulder, CO

An American-style India Pale Ale brewed and dry hopped with loads of Centennial and Columbus hops, and conditioned with juniper berries.

Wibtoberfest Märzen

5.36% ABV

24 IBU

Wibby Brewing

Longmont, CO

Traditional Märzen-style lager that is medium-bodied and amber in color. This Munich style is commonly served at Oktoberfest and Beer Advocate awarded it an 87.

Colorado Spiked Seltzer – Tangerine Hard Seltzer

5% ABV

The Heart Distillery

Introducing Colorado Spiked Seltzer, a hard seltzer inspired by the Colorado lifestyle. Whether you’re beach bumming, skiing, gardening, hiking, dog walking, camping, BBQ-ing, paddle boarding, yard-working, or just plain relaxing, Colorado Spiked Seltzer is made for your “-ing” moments.

3. Bin 46


This restaurant and wine bar specializes in contemporary American food, crafted cocktails, craft beer, and wine. Happy hour is from 3 to 5:30 daily and features a daily draft or featured wine for just $5.

Drinks to try:

Hibiscus Martini/Ice Fox Vodka, hibiscus, lemon squeeze/13

Red Sangria/Fresh seasonal berries/9

Colorado Fizz/Anvil Gin, rosemary simple syrup, soda/9


Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder, OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.