The growth of Crazy Mountain Brewery has brought it out of Vail Valley and into the national spotlight.

Crazy Mountain Brewery in Edwards, Colorado, began in 2010 with two people, a dog, and a passion for good beer. Since then, it’s grown to produce hand-crafted, high-quality brews that have garnered national attention. With distribution in 27 states and 11 different countries, it’s safe to say that Crazy Mountain Brewery has a strong loyal following.

Ranked as one of the top 30 fastest growing breweries in the country in 2016, the brewery’s expansion is understandable. Currently, Crazy Mountain Brewery has taprooms in both Edwards and Denver. While the flagship Edwards taproom has remained true to its small-town mountain roots, the Denver location has grown to include the Crazy Mountain Brewery production facility, taproom, a speakeasy that can be rented out for private parties, weekend food trucks, and even recently expanded to include an outdoor beer garden.

Crazy Mountain Brewery Beer Selection

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This year, the brewery has carried its momentum through the summer and will be opening two new taprooms in Lakewood and Cherry Creek. Set to open later in July, the Cherry Creek location will be southeast of Colorado Blvd. and Cherry Creek Drive South. The Lakewood location will open in the Belmar Complex at Wadsworth and Alameda later in August.

We are thrilled to be opening our two new taprooms in Cherry Creek and Lakewood,” states the Director of Marketing, Greg Neale. “We love that each location will have amazing restaurants, hotels and great shops as neighbors, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods and businesses, and we’re excited to be a part of new communities around Denver. We look forward to Getting Crazy with everyone in our new locations this summer.”

Crazy Mountain Brewery Menu

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Each location will mimic the Denver taproom’s setup with Crazy Mountain Brewery’s year-round portfolio as well as rotating selections of local and limited crafts series brews. Neither of the new locations will serve food, but visitors are encouraged to enjoy eats from surrounding restaurants. Still, even without a food menu, the relaxed atmosphere, live music, and endless beer and drink selections are sure to keep local patrons coming. So make sure to head over to Crazy Mountain Brewery and grab a pint!

For more information about Crazy Mountain Brewery, visit their website.

Looking for some hand-crafted eats to accompany your craft brew? Check out the Mac & Cheese Festival this month!

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