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1634 18th Street Denver, CO 80202 | 303-297-2700 |

On Tap

Wixa Weiss

Wixa Weiss

This Bavarian-style, unfiltered wheat beer features classic aromas of clove and banana over an immensely quaffable and bready blond beer. A GABF gold medal winner, it’s fermented with a German yeast (from the Hans Hopf brewery) brought back years ago by our founder, John Hickenlooper. Draft only.

5.3% ABV
St. Charles ESB

St. Charles ESB

Another of our cult-faves, it’s a tawny, cask-style session ale with toasted malt flavors and regal hopping from start to finish.  Marris Otter base malts, a slew of crystal malts and British hops make it the real-deal, English-style treat. Draft via hand pump only for creamy body and relaxed carbonation.

5.5% ABV
Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout

Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout

Available April 1st for a limited release. This April Fools joke turned reality foreign-style stout is made with Colorado base malts, roasted barley, seven specialty grains, "steerian" golding hops, and roasted bull testicles.

7.5% ABV
Rail Yard Ale

Rail Yard Ale

Our elegant, hybrid amber ale is made with German malts and hops and fermented with a British ale yeast. One of craft beer’s first style mashups, it has an aroma of sliced apples, wonderful flavors of caramel and a kiss of hops on its finale. Rail Yard has been our most popular beer for over 20 years.  Available in cans and kegs.

5.2% ABV
Patty’s Chile Beer

Patty’s Chile Beer

A longtime favorite among fans of outside-the-lines beer, this unique golden ale is fermented with Anaheim and ancho peppers. The result is a head-turning beer with deep pepper flavors and aromas but no heat. A GABF medalist named years ago in honor of Westword founder Patricia Calhoun. Draft and (soon) cans.

4.2% ABV
Mile HiPA

Mile HiPA

Our intense, sticky, Denver-style India pale ale is a hop head’s dream. Muscular but balanced, it delivers a lush hop aroma thanks to a post-boil addition of whole-leaf hops in our Hopinator hopback. These verdant gifts meld with more hop flavors and bite paired with deep pale-malt goodness. Revered by our fans of extra strong and extra hoppy beers. Draft only.

60 IBUs, 6.5% ABV
London Calling  IPA

London Calling  IPA

One of our year-round hand-pumped beers, London Calling is a classic English pale ale that’s cask conditioned for a soft mouthfeel and gentle carbonation. We dry hop it with British hops. A blend of UK-malts and a Brit yeast add extra authenticity to this longtime Wynkoop favorite. Draft only by beer engine. 

5.9% ABV
Cowtown Milk Stout

Cowtown Milk Stout

A creamy, semi-sweet nitro stout, this dark wonder features flavors of chocolate, coffee and a pleasing sweetness thanks to an addition of lactose (AKA milk sugar). Crafted with seven specialty malts and low on alcohol, it’s the ultimate session beer for dark ale lovers. A great dessert beer, too.

4.8%  ABV.
B3K Black Lager

B3K Black Lager

Our acclaimed German-style schwarzbier is a uniquely thirst-quenching version of dark beer. It’s unfiltered (for extra texture) and features gentle notes of coffee and dark bread and a hint of smoke. A two-time GABF medalist, it’s the perfect perception changer for folks who swear they don’t like dark beer. Available in cans and kegs.

5.5% ABV
Silverback Pale Ale

Silverback Pale Ale

A thrilling, balanced, dry-hopped American pale ale, it delivers lemon pepper notes thanks to a dose of grains of paradise. It’s built with crystal, aromatic and other specialty malts, and a hearty amount of US hops during the boil and after. It’s also a fundraiser beer for the Denver-based Mountain Gorilla Conservation fund. In cans and kegs.

5.5% ABV
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Handcrafted Food

The menus at Wynkoop Brewing Co. reflect thoughtfully prepared cuisine, from updated brewpub classics to globally inspired dishes. You’ll find the same contemporary sensibilities of fresh, local ingredients prepared in-house throughout both the restaurant and banquet menus.


Home

We were the first brewpub in the now beer-rich, craft beer heaven of Colorado.

From our start in 1988, we’ve worked to be good environmental stewards in our community. We began recycling glass and cardboard almost from the start, today those measures are joined by extensive composting, recycling, and water and energy conservation efforts. Our biodegradable waste is composted, our spent brewing grains feed local livestock.