Fort Collins Breweries Checklist | Visit Them All! | list by Andy

Fort Collins Breweries Checklist | Visit Them All!

Fort Collins has more than 20 craft breweries and the number keeps on growing. Use this checklist to explore them all.

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Anheuser Busch Tour Center and Biergarten

2351 Busch Dr. – North of Fort Collins You can take a comprehensive tour of the Budweiser brewing and bottling process.

Black Bottle Brewery

1611 South College Ave. #1609 They have a wide selection of seasonal and cellar beers as well as four flagship brews.

C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery

1441 Horsetooth Rd. You'll find a casual family-friendly atmosphere with medal-winning ales and lagers.

CooperSmith’s Pub and Brewing

5 Old Town Square The longest operating brewery in Fort Collins in the heart of old town. Check out the Albert Damm Bitter and Punjabi India Ale which are served in the English tradition.

Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project

225 Pine St. A modern artisan brewery focused on quality through science.

DC Oakes Brewhouse and Eatery

3581 E Harmony Rd #110

Envy Brewing

3027 E Harmony Rd Suite #2 Collaborators and community focused, this newer brewery also offer Colorado made spirits.

Equinox Brewing

133 Remington St. Dynamic and innovative, this brewery also has an outdoor patio, live music and rotating selections.


1900 East Lincoln Ave Primarily focused on Saisons, with fruity aromas. They have plenty of unique offerings.

Gilded Goat Brewing Co.

3500 S College Ave #194 This family-owned and operated neighborhood brewery has a mix of classic styles, experimental batches, and sour beers in a very comfortable taproom.

Horse and Dragon Brewing Co.

124 Racquette Dr. High-quality, great-tasting beers, this is a local favorite.

Intersect Brewing

2160 W. DRAKE RD. A-1 link: A local, neighborhood-focused craft brewery.

The Jessup Farm Barrel House

1921 Jessup Dr. This unique brewery is known for blending beers with barrels used for wine, bourbon and other specialty barrel-aged beer.

Maxline Brewing

2701 S. College Ave. Suite 190 Neighborhood brewery focused on supporting the community.

McClellan’s Brewing Company

1035 South Taft Hill Rd. Focused on “creamier, smoother” European cask-style ales.

New Belgium Brewing Co.

500 Linden St. The 4th largest craft brewery in the U.S. and famous for its flagship beer, Fat Tire Amber Ale, along with year-round favorites like Voodoo Ranger IPA, Mural Agua Fresca Cerveza, and La Folie Sour Brown Ale.

Obstacle Brewing and Grill

4613 S Mason St Ste D1 A newer brewery that serves their own flagship selection of beers while also featuring beers from other local breweries as well as wine.

Odell Brewing Co.

800 East Lincoln Ave. A go-to brewery for locals and visitors, they have some of the best beers in town and have expanded their taproom and patio.

Prost Brewing Company

321 Old Firehouse Alley, behind Illegal Pete’s This alleyway taproom makes German-style lagers and offers unique brews that you cannot get anywhere else.

Purpose Brewing and Cellars

4025 S Mason St Unit C Purpose Brewing paired with longtime New Belgium brewmaster Peter Bouckaert and his wife Frezi to launch Purpose Brewing and Cellars. This small batch craft brewery focuses on hand-crafted beers, offering 4-5 unique beers that vary from week to week.

Rally King Brewing

1624 S Lemay Ave #4 This family run brewery usually releases 2-3 new beers per month, and quickly became a mid-town favorite.

The Ramskeller

Lory Student Center First Floor, CSU Campus Colorado State University's on-campus brewery

Snowbank Brewing

225 North Lemay Ave #1 Made from Colorado snowmelt, the non-traditional brewery focuses on innovation and the Colorado lifestyle.

Zwei Brewing Co.

4612 South Mason St. #120 German beers and Old World brewing inspire their rotating taps.