If you love beer, finding the best microbreweries is important. Denver has plenty of great breweries, but there are more found in Jefferson County than you might think. Here's a quick look at a few of the top microbreweries in the area.
Ironworks Brewery - 12354 West Alameda Parkway, Lakewood
Those enjoying a great beer will love the Ironworks Brewery. This is the place for fresh flavors and plenty of specialty brewers. Whether you want to try the Tanglefoot Red Ale or the Scottish Ale, you will find something perfect for your palette here. They also carry a popular Vanilla Porter, the Alameda Amber and much more.
Odyssey Beerwerks Brewery and Taproom - 5535 West 56th Avenue, Arvada
Odyssey is known as a great spot for friends to gather for craft beer. They are a very popular brewery and taproom with plenty of god choices. The Heliocentric Hefeweizen and the Ghost Drifter Pale Ale may be the two most popular choices, but they also offer a Clan Warrior Scotch Ale and a Psycho Penguin Vanilla Porter.
Caution Brewing Company - 1057 South Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood
Another choice found in Lakewood, Caution Brewing Company is a great spot for excellent beer. They use barrels they purchased from the Odell Brewing Company and provide a tap room with some very unique microbrews. This brewery uses Asian spices in the beer, which is quite rare. You can try the Lao Wang Lager, Honey Matrimony Brown Ale or one of the many others.
Kokopelli Beer Company - 8931 Harlan Street, Westminster
This is a smaller microbrewery with seven core flavors on tap. They also have many seasonal ales and other taps that rotate frequently. The beer ranges from a very pale choice called Pale Face Ale to something richer and darker, like the Cow Tipper. You can even try the Night Thunder or the See'N Dubbel here.
All of these breweries provide something different in Jefferson County for beer lovers. Whether you prefer something hoppy or something dark, they all provide a beer you will love.