So, stop by - visit the taproom, soak up some Colorado sun on our patio with your family and friends for an afternoon or evening after a day well lived in our fine craft beer state of mind! 
Our vision of craft beer can be summed up in a few words:  Science Balanced With Creativity.  Now we know some of you folks out there will say that our beers are not as creative as some of our craft beer brethren.  The funny thing about making beer is that it is much harder to create a great craft beer within a style than it is to simply add adjuncts and flavors to beers and create the illusion of quality by overwhelming the palate.  That being said, we will always have 5 core beers that are held to strict stylistic and scientific guidelines.  We analyze these beers in our lab to make sure we are within the guidelines and that each batch is consistent.  For the more daring folks out there, we always have 4-7 beers that are a bit outside the box.  From Imperial IPAs made with hops from Colorado to Juniper Berry Belgian Singles to Colorado Wildflower Honey Blonde Ales.  We will always push the limits of what we can brew for you balancing science and creativity.Our passion is not just held to liquid in a glass, but also to the community around us that makes our so-called “work” possible.  We strive to participate in community events, sponsor local charitable festivals and invest in our economy by purchasing our state of the art, new American made 20 barrel brewhouse.  We want to always be a strong presence in the community that supports our efforts.  

Ask for Grist beer everywhere and look for us here:

Alamo Draft House           High Plains Tap House           McKinner's Pizza
Barrels and Bottles Highlands Ranch Golf Club Mellow Mushroom - Lone Tree
Black Sky Brewery Historians Ale House Mile High Station
Colorado Craft Hops and Pie Old Blinking Light
Colorado Keg House Jake's Brew Bar Old Chicago - Lakewood (Union)
Colorado Plus Lil' Ricci's Old Chicago - Lakewood (Wadsworth)
Lucky Pie - Denver Lodo's - Downtown Old Chicago - Littleton
Denver Bicycle Cafe Lodo's - Highlands Ranch Old Chicago - Southland
Ernie's Bar and Pizza Lodo's - Westminster Old Chicago Arap Xing
Parry's Pizza - Castle Rock Parry's Pizza - Highlands Ranch Parry's Pizza - Greenwood Village
Maddie's Biergarten Salsa Brava The Lobby
Perry Park Country Club Squirrel Creek Lodge World of Beer - Cherry Creek
Rackhouse Pub Stapleton Tap House Hard Rock Cafe - Denver

 Great Northern Tavern

Ask your liquor stores for our bombers as this list of current stores keeps growing:

Heritage Wine and Liquor        Davidson's Liquors       Pyramid Discount Liquor
Hazel's Beverage World Argonaut Wine and Liquor  Grapes Wine Market & Spirits
Cork Wine and Spirits Little's Wines Beer Spirits  Highlands Wine and Spirits
Small Batch Liquors Mr. B's Wine and Spirits  Highland Wine Seller
Bubbles Liquor World  Mondo Vino  Hugo's Beer and Spirits
Lukas Liquor  Applejack Wine and Spirits  Arrow Liquormart
Mile High Wine and Spirits  Chatfield Wine and Spirits Incredible Wine and Spirits

What's Happening

Santa Paws

11/23/2014 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM Details

Show Dogs Food Truck

11/23/2014 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM Details

Pasta Cart

11/25/2014 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Movie Night: Planes, Trains & Automobiles

11/25/2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Wings Wednesday from Golden Flame Hot Wings

11/26/2014 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Some of our Beers Some of our Beers

Not sure what to try when stopping by the taproom? Try our newest STAFF PICK!

C.A.L.L. Me Later … CALL stands for Craft Apple Light Lager.  And that's exactly what this beer is.  It drinks like a sweet apple cider with a slightly grainy finish and a clean lager aftertaste.  We used organic apple juice concentrate to sweeten our light lager base beer following fermentation.  It's fizzy, fruity and fun.

For the more serious beer geeks out there or those wanting to know more: why don't we just make a true apple cider?  Simple, a Brewer's Notice allows us to only produce beverages in which >50% of the fermentables come from grain.  A true cider has >50% of the fermentables from fruit derived sugars.  To do this, one would need a Vinter's Licence.  So perhaps someday we will get the required licensing but until then, we'll do what we can to serve the fruit beer community.