Warm and inviting, our taproom is the perfect place to enjoy our beers! We have three distinct sections, each representing a traditional beer gathering spot: the English Snug, the German Beerhall, and the American Tasting Room. Have a pint while enjoying some time with friends, or with a book, or while watching sports or other events on our 3 55″ TVs or our 12′ projection screen. There is free wi-fi, and our plenty of available outlets that also have built-in USB charging ports. We have daily food trucks (Tues-Sat) and snacks available if you’re looking for a bite to eat, and water and soda for those not interested in beer.

Host with us

Are you looking to host a holiday party, birthday party, retirement party, work happy hour or other special occasion? We have two semi-private areas for any occasion! Talk to your friendly servers, email us or give us a call to see how to reserve any of the areas in the taproom for your next event!

The Space

The Beer Hall

The Beer Hall

Like a typical German beer hall, this area features long community tables for great conversations and a festive atmosphere. It seats up to 30.

The Taproom

The Taproom

As in many fine American tasting rooms, there is plenty of seating at our bar, as well as low and high tables that each seat 2-4 and can be combined for larger parties.

The Snug

The Snug

Patterned after the intimate snug area of an English or Irish pub, this area features comfy couches and low tables, and comfortably seats 8-10.


While we don’t currently have a kitchen, we do have a food truck each night (Tues-Sat), plus real Bavarian pretzels from Styria Bakery II as well as a variety of chips and snacks available if you need a bite to eat. If none of that suits your fancy, you’re always welcomeย to bring your own food or order from one of our neighbors as well.

Garlic Knot Pizza & Pasta

5120 E Arapahoe Rd

Unit C-2

Centennial, CO 80122


We welcome the whole family, just like our continental counterparts do! Our youngest patrons have been less than a month old, and our oldest have been over 90. For the non-beer drinkers, we have water, coffee and a variety of sodas. If beer and conversation isn’t enough to keep everyone occupied, we also have cards and other games, plus a library full of books and magazines (mostly about beer).