Basalt's Newest Addition
Officially open for brunch, lunch and dinner. We offer a wide selection of locally crafted beer, a range of wine and cocktails, and an excellent variety of contemporary dishes. We are 100% locally owned and operated.
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371 Market Street
Basalt, Colorado 81621
Monday: 11am - 9pm
Tuesday: 11am - 10pm
Wed: 11am - 10pm
Thurs: 11am - 10pm
Friday: 11am - 10pm
Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Sunday: 11am - 9pm
All of our beers are brewed in-house by our brewmaster, Jerod Day. We will keep a variety of beers on tap for every type of beer connoisseur. Keep a lookout for upcoming tappings as we continue to grow our beer selection.
Bighorn Czech-style Pilsner
Pilsen malt, Vienna hops & Willamette hops create traditional, slightly dry pilsner flavor profile.
The Shepherd Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
For our 1st barrel-aged release, we put a big imperial stout in Woody Creek Rye whiskey barrels for over 6 months. The result is a massively rich beer with flavors of spice, toasted oak & dark chocolate. Super limited release.
Clemi-Winks Spring Lager
Spring is the perfect time for this beer. We took a lager with flaked corn, caramel malt and z row, then added 0007 Golden Hops, lemon drop hops and clementine zest to give this beer a citrus note, orange juice flavor and a clean crisp finish.
Baking spice, brown sugar, dried fig & a slice of holiday pie. Drink this beer with reverence.
Amarillo "Single Hop" Pale Ale
Our newest version in our single hop series. As always we keep the same grain bill and hop additions. This gives everyone the opportunity to get the flavors and aroma from the hop. Amarillo gives this beer a grapefruit and lemon aroma with a melon and apricot flavor. Bill's favorite!
Green Drake Ipa
Simcoe, Mosaic, & Azzaca hops – a malty backbone reduces the perceived bitterness in this contemporary IPA.
Great Wapiti American Brown Ale
A mix of caramel and pale chocolate malts give this beer a very approachable, yet robust flavor.
"The Fletch" Blackberry Wheat Ale
For this American wheat ale, we added 84lbs of organic blackberry puree - resulting in a wonderful blackberry flavor yet not overpowering. Deep down, everybody loves a good fruity beer - there, I said it.
Hidden Castle Tripel IPA
For this unique beer, Jerod took our Belgian Tripel recipe and hopped it like and American IPA. The result is a beer that blurs the stylistic lines of savory Belgian flavors and hop-forward American flavors.
Capitol Creek House Ale
An English-style mild ale. Extremely drinkable with a slightly malty character.
Lots of hops, oats and root shoot malts go into making this beer. Hops are jarrylo, amarillo, ekuanot, triple pearl and lemon drop. All this comes together to give this beer a lemon, citrus note, full body and lemongrass taste..
For our first foray into sour beers, we used lactobacillus, munich and pilzen malt, and cascade hops. This is a "kettle sour" version of the classic Flanders Red. True to the style, this beer is tart with a cranberry-like finish.