Bringing you hoppiness from all over the world
We are BEER NERDS!
We want to bring you unique! Not what everyone else is carrying in their bars. We strive to bring our community RARE, SEASONAL and LIMITED availability kegs (some of which only 5 or less were produced or released) to the suburbs of Broomfield, CO.
We can ACQUIRE these kegs because of the relationships, partnerships and friendships that we have built over the last 3 years. We also search the world for beers that other local bars may be too afraid to carry because of consumers fearing price from good ingredients and good beer.
Due to price, we don’t want to have you drive to breweries or purchase bottles just to try yummy delicious beer when we offer tasters. We LOVE BEER and We know you do too, So we bring beers to you! Bringing you hoppiness from all over the world. We're beer nerds. We love to drink World beer. Finding different beers that are not basic or even available everywhere.
We're not Your basic bar. Think of a comic book or vinyl shop. They find rare items to share with fans. We bring you rare beers that are one offs or small batches. Beers that come from over seas, hours away or even new breweries. We rotate our beers weekly. Once the keg is empty, then we put up something different. Have a beer and be courteous to humans.
Love your Beer Nerds.
12920 Lowell Blvd Unit G,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Mon - Wed: 3pm - 10pm
Thursday: 3pm - 12am
Friday: 1pm - 12am
Saturday: 12pm - 12am
Sunday: 1pm - 9pm
Specialty Craft Beer Bar
Beers fall into 3 categories: Light (uner 5% ABV), Medium (5-7% ABV) or Full-bodied (8% ABV). The complexity of a beer is in its flavours and sensations. Flavor is a Fusion. Sensations is your perception when beer happens in your mouth and smell. Crisp/Fresh is the carbonation of a beer. Dry is lack of sweetness. Malty/Sweet caused by the malts. Roasty/Toasty caused by the roasting of the grains.
Sour beer is the oldest type of beer in history. Nearly all beer used to be at least somewhat sour before pasteurization and sterilization was entirely understood. Sours today are tart-tasting, and made with wild bacteria and yeasts. Beer Nerds love the layers of flavors in sours.
The IPAs we encounter today are characterized by an abundance of hops. Several varieties of hops may be used at different times throughout the brewing process. Hops affect flavor, aroma, and bitterness. IPAs often smell and taste like citrus, spice, pine, or flowers.