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Breckenridge Blake Street Pub
Taps: - / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
2220 Blake St
phone: (303) 297-3644
Not an actual "brewpub" as the beers are now brewed off-premise.
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Reviews by cwcolby74:
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
This place has a good vibe. It's caddy-corner from Coors Field and gets a good before and after game crowd.
I'm a fan of their beer and enjoyed trying different kinds that are hard to get where I live.
I like when the weather's nice and you can sit out on the porch area and watch the crowds. The service is good as well.
I didn't eat anything there, but the menu looked good, and other people have recommended it as a good place to try.
The prices are just a tad on the high side. Nothing too outrageous, but if you have more than a few beers with food, you'd probably better expect this place to be your main destination for the night.
04-04-2011 22:39:23 |
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vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 2.5 | $$$
Another in the long line of establishments on the Blake Street LoDo district in downtown Denver, in decent walking proximity to Coors Field. Usual long run of all brick buildings, to which this place fits right in. Big open area inside, its like 2 of those chain restaurants put together (applebee's, chevy's etc. . . ).
Quality of their beers and food really is exemplary of what the word average means. Hardly disappointing, hardly pleasureful. Hoppy stuff is malty, malty stuff is thin, but there's never really an off flavor. Food is the usual pub grub, burgers and fried food. Selections are the usual stuff you find at the store, nothing exotic or tap only to find.
They have some pool tables, but why bother, when Wynkoop has more, more limited beers, better food, cooler spot.
Overall, this place is just ok, I can think of about a half dozen places I would recommend before here within walking distance, this place does seem to be able to accomodate the most amount of people for a baseball game though, so I'd recommend this place for that reason, of if you simply have people who aren't that discerning or looking for ticks or rarities.
08-14-2012 21:12:02 |
More by Beerandraiderfan
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$
Not a bad spot to hit up before or after a baseball game. It will always be busy and loud, not quite a place to chill at, but its serves its purpose. My experiences have always resulted in the beer being better on their taps than what you get in their bottles and the food is good enough. Not a place you would every go to as a place to eat but enjoyable enough when you combine it with drinking and taking in a ball game. Never sat at the bar and only gone during a game day so all I have seen are busy servers simply trying to get their orders taken, put in, and served. Nothing special there, but that comes with the territory.
02-20-2012 00:37:00 |
More by denver10
vibe: 1.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$
you know, i almost wish i never went here. always liked the beers they made, but this place kind of blew. huge applebees style layout more designed for food and entertainment than for beer, not good for a brewpub. no music playing, just sportscenter re-runs. waitress/barkeep was a straight bitch, and i dont toss that around. she was entirely disinterested in us or the breck products. the 471 ipa is still exceptional though, and for that i cant say anything too negative here. had some mediocre nachos and paid the reasonable bill and hit the road. doubt ill go back here, just bad vibes, especially compared to wynkoop and great divide which are just a few blocks away.
11-01-2011 03:51:02 |
More by StonedTrippin
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
Visited during "off hours" so it was very slow, which was great. This place probably gets really obnoxiously busy during games since it is right across from Coors Field. Our waitress was very helpful and attentive the entire time, as well as knowledgeable about all the brews. I tried everything they had on tap and I was overall happy with the selection, though I know they didn't have as many brews on tap as some of the other Breckenridge locations.
I liked every brew I tried, and the samplers were well worth it. Food was excellent and reasonably priced. Really, this was a great place to hang for the afternoon and drink/eat. Very laid back. I probably wouldn't have liked it as much during game time, but my experience was very good. They do sell some collectibles (shirts, pints) for those of you who are into that. Worth a visit for sure.
10-29-2011 03:16:58 |
More by MsRif
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
Located practically across the street from Coors field. Stopped in on a rainy Tuesday for dinner before the first snow of the season. Hopefully the lack of a crowd had to do with the weather.
Big, cavernous room with a raised platform bar in the front. Tables and booth seating scattered about. Large meeting room in the back. Not getting a good vibe from the space, though. The bar area is nicer.
Service was hard to measure. Our server was good, but we were his only table. Only 2 other tables going at the time we were there.
Beer choices were the standard BB fare and they did have the vanilla porter going. Hoping for a good fall seasonal, but not tonight. Beer prices were a pleasant surprise. Food menu is varied and the food is quite good. Buffalo chicken sandwich was very tasty.
Nice selection of merchandise by the front door.
Worth a stop if in the area, but there is a lot of good competition for your beer dollar in this neighborhood.
10-26-2011 16:46:47 |
More by beer2day
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4 | $$
Pretty decent place right in the Coors Field region. Presumably, it gets pretty slamming during games, but it was pretty quiet when I visited. A good sized bar that seats plenty of people, lots of room and lots of tables. I was informed that the bar/dining area actually used to be the brewing room, and it was refurbished when they started doing most of the brewing at another location.
A mostly sports-bar-ish atmosphere, as you'd imagine, with a bit of a vintage feel. Lots of good Breckenridge beer on tap, perhaps 10 draught lines, and then Miller Lite for the more annoying / less discriminating clientele. Our bartender was friendly, helpful, and very informative, and really knew her stuff, not only about the beer, but about the whole Breckenridge corporation. Basic menu with mostly comfort food and pub food, but all good in that department. Reasonable prices.
This was a good place, and I only regret I didn't have time to visit other Breckenridge locations. But I'm glad I could at least get this one in.
08-18-2011 16:03:23 |
More by Rifugium
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
I visited this Breckenridge location on my trip to Denver. I stopped in here for lunch with my wife while waiting for Great Divide to open at 2 PM.
Walking in I immediately got the feel that this was very much like a BJ's restaurant in that they had a split emphasis on food and beer. The hostess and server were both very friendly and gave good service.
There were approximately 12 of their beers on tap, and honestly I didn't check guest taps or bottle selection. I was able to try the Vanilla Porter, Agave Wheat, Oatmeal Stout, and 72 Imperial. All of the beers were fresh and the waitress had no problem giving us free tasters of a few beers.
The food was actually really good too. The wife had a chicken burrito in a really tasty salsa and I had the chipotle club sandwich.
The prices were very reasonable for both food and beer. The pints were $4 and the special beers were $3 for a 10 oz. pour.
Overall, this was a good place for some food and beer. I would recommend this as a stop.
06-15-2011 05:27:30 |
More by UCLABrewN84
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Breckenridge Brewery was my second stop of the day and short walk from Great Divide. A very spacious pub located super close to Coors Field, so I can picture this place getting really busy before a game. The atmosphere has a slight industrial vibe, but there is tons of seating and probably an ideal place to go with a big group.
Breckenridge Brewery has a nice open space feel and exposed brick. The bar is to the left when you and enter. They have different games like pool, Skee Ball and Golden Tee. There is also a nice collection of vintage beer cans in the back too.
In terms of beer I think there was about 8 "regular" drafts and 2 "small batch" offerings (Thunder Stout & 471 IPA). I tried the Vanilla Porter and Agave Wheat, both were solid.
03-28-2011 22:59:14 |
More by Hibernator
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5 | $
Breckenridge brewery is a must if your in the area. They have 8 taps in regular rotation. It does get crowded so expect a wait. We went on a Wednesday and had to wait 20 minutes. They had an Impy IPA on tap that was very good. The stout was ok too. Unfortunately the server didn't know alot about the styles of beer I was ordering. I had to go the main bar to ask styles.
Other than that they seem to be quick with drink orders. The food was okay. The fish and chips were good but a tad greasy. Awesome sweet potato fries!
02-27-2011 02:16:41 |
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Breckenridge Blake Street Pub in Denver, CO