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Lumpy Ridge Brewing

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531 S Saint Vrain Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517-7416
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YankeeOne wrote a review Oct 2020
Denver, Colorado423 contributions103 helpful votes
One of our more fun beer finds while in Estes Park. Friendly staff and a very good selection of beers. I really enjoyed their Stout. Definitely worth a second round if they still have it. Definitely recommend!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gator wrote a review Sep 2020
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BOGO happy hour. Can’t beat that. Fire pit on the porch. Can’t beat that. Great beer. This place is legit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Steve wrote a review Sep 2020
Flower Mound, Texas83 contributions4 helpful votes
Have been here a few times before and have always had a very good experience. It's fair to refer to this place as being kind of funky, a little bit different than other brew pubs. That will happen when you create a brewery out of a gas station. If you're open for something a little bit different I highly recommend coming here. First and foremost we've had multiple beer styles here in every single one has been absolutely delicious. The folks working here every time have been extremely friendly and accommodating and all are more than willing to talk beer. If you are a beer enthusiast, definitely check it out.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Shaun wrote a review Aug 2020
Seward, Nebraska12 contributions
Extremely friendly staff you can tell enjoy their job and people. One of the 1st things we noticed is there were a lot of locals or regulars, but we never felt like an out of towner. The beer was fantastic and several times we were asked how we liked it. We enjoyed it so much we sought it out at the local liquor store to take back home.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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CraftBeers wrote a review Aug 2020
Plano, Texas22,794 contributions697 helpful votes
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Nano breweries are some of my favorite types of places to visit for craft beer. They are tiny little places with a limited set of beers. The reason I like them so much is the owners, brew master and invested employees that make the beer are often the same people serving it. They answer questions willingly. They are proud of what they do, and it comes across when you talk to them. Nano breweries do not have significant sales volume, and it's common to run out of a particular style. This place was no exception. The day we visited there were supposed to be 10 beers on tap. Three of them were sold out. The physical location is pretty cool. It's an old gas station with no interior seating. There are two patio areas with a half dozen tables that have incredible views of the mountains even though it's smack in the middle of town. Because this place is tiny, they have a rope at the entrance that says wait to be seating. There are only two employees, so you might wait awhile. I recommend walking through anyway and heading straight to the order counter. There they will tell you the rule. They only allow five people per table and masks are required inside. No standing around if there are no chairs available. Wait in the parking lot for a table to free up.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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