Located just 10 miles south of Denver, our 12-acre brewery campus offers brewery tours 5 days a week, a full-service restaurant, wrap-around porch with outdoor fireplace, and when Colorado weather is cooperative, a spacious beer garden with corn hole, bocce ball, and lovely views of the Rocky Mountains to our west.

Available Thursday through Monday, our tours start in the tasting room with a 10-oz pour from the daily selection on tap. The tour path leads from tasting room to brewery mezzanine overlooking the four-vessel 100-barrel brewhouse, across the bridge to the fermentation hall, and continues on to barrel aging and packaging. Tours conclude back in the tasting room with additional sampling and camaraderie. We like to take our time with you as we show you around and share our beer with you. Plan to stay 60 to 90 minutes

Reservations are encouraged via the link below. The $3.00 reservation fee covers generous sampling, and we donate $1 from your tour fee to rotating charities! (See below for information on our current non-profit partner.) Non-drinkers, including those under 21, are welcome to participate in tours, and there is no charge.

Before or after your tour, you may want to grab a bite at our Farm House restaurant. It offers the comfort you'd expect to find at the ranch with an outstanding "Colorado Fresh" menu of American favorites with culinary creativity and attention given to every dish. Reservations can be made at:



Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center’s mission is to expand the potential of people with disabilities and special needs through meaningful, educational and inspiring outdoor experiences. BOEC serves nearly 2,000 each year for over 9,000 program days. Participants come for all across the United States and other countries. They include adults and children with physical, cognitive, and sensory disabilities, injured veterans, youth at risk and many other interested parties. Outdoor activities include: Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Adaptive Cycling, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Canoeing, Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking, Camping, Team and Leadership Development, High Ropes Course, and Peak Climbs.

A portion of your tour fee helps support BOEC's important mission to expand the potential of people living with disabilities and special needs. Thank you!

For more information about Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, please visit


Location and Map: (note that our production brewery moved in the summer of 2015 from 471 Kalamath Street in Denver to Littleton)

2920 Brewery Lane, Littleton, CO 80120


Reserve Your Tour Spot

For private tours, please email us.