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I'm not sure if the employees of Left Hand Brewing Co. always wear oversized novelty sunglasses when cleaning kegs or just on the time I visited.

The excellent Falling Rock Tap House in Denver, Colorado. The pub features an impressive 75+ beers on tap and 130+ different bottled beers.

Cooper Smith's is a large pub and microbrewery located in the heart of Old Town Fort Collins, Colorado. Around a dozen beers are usually available covering a wide range of styles.

If you're a fan of Odell you will love the selection available at the brewery. With pretty much every beer they brew (apart from some seasonals) being available, you will easily spend a couple of hours here trying them all. A must visit whilst in Colorado.

One of the many oak barrels at the Great Divide Brewery used for aging beers such as Oak Aged Yeti.

Inside the excellent Trinity Brewing Co., in Colorado Springs. They usually have up to 10 of their own beers available as well as up to 15 guest beers from other breweries in Colorado and the rest of the US. I visited during GABF so got to try some excellent guest beers including Avery The Beast which took me all night to sip (alongside other beers of course).

7 of the 10 taps that are available at the excellent tasting room at Left Hand Brewery. I was driving so drank the 3.2% Bard's Mild. really wanted to try the barleywine.

A row of pint glasses at the excellent Pumphouse Brewery in Longmont, Colorado.

Breckenridge Brewery on a Monday lunchtime. The perfect place for a beer and some good food after a long drive from Colorado Springs.