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.Welcome to Grist Brewing Company; setting the standard in Highlands Ranch, Colorado for true to style ales and lagers but never without a hint of experimentation. Our primary focus will always be creating drinkable brews with respect for the science and remaining faithful to our passion and organic creativity that comes with the fine craft of brewing beer in Colorado.

So, stop by - visit the taproom, soak up some Colorado sun and bring your family and friends for an afternoon or evening spent after a day well lived in our fine craft beer state of mind! 

Ask for Grist beer everywhere and look for us here:

Old Chicago   Mckinners Pizza   Lodo's  Ernie's Bar and Pizza
Colorado Plus Black Sky Brewery The Lobby Historians Ale House
Rackhouse Pub High Plains Tap House Jake's Brew Bar Highlands Ranch Golf Club
Salsa Brava Perry Park Country Club Maddies Biergarten Lucky Pie
Alamo Draft House Mellow Mushroom  Old Blinking Light  Colorado Craft

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

Cork Wine and Spirits    Davidson's Liquors    Bubbles Liquor World   Lukas Liquor Superstore
Small Batch Liquors

What's Happening

Wings Wednesday from Golden Flame Hot Wings

7/23/2014 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Trivia Night

7/23/2014 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Wong Way Veg Food Truck

7/24/2014 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Brava Pizza Food Truck

7/25/2014 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Details

Grist BC @ Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival

7/26/2014 1:00 PM - 6:00 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!

White Eddy White IPA … Dustin came to rob and said, "I'm gonna brew a white IPA."  Rob isn't fond of the style and said, "if you do that you better wow me."  Sure as hell, Dustin did succeeded.  This beer hides its 7.1% ABV behind the phenolics and esters of a Belgian Wit yeast.  Dry hopped with enough Sorachi Ace to keep the hop growers in business for another year, the citrusy flavor and aroma really come through.

For the more serious beer geeks out there or those wanting to know more: Wits are Belgian wheat beers.  Surely you can google that yourself.  Everybody who's 21 in Colorado knows the style of IPAs.  So when you take a good base Wit recipe and merge it with an American IPA recipe, toss in the Belgian Wit yeast, you get a crossbreed beer such as this.  A mutt if you will.  The style fusion works and the hops enhance the yeast flavor and vice versa.  

Wanna know more?  Come in and chat with the staff about the "style" and their favorites.