Tasting Room Hours:
Thurs: 12pm to 9pm
Fri: 12pm to 10pm
Sat: 12pm to 10pm
Sun: 12pm to 6pm
We are a lager-centric micro-brewery located in Littleton, Colorado. Why do we only brew lagers? Lagers are more subtle, can be more complex are crisp on your palate, and easier to drink than ales. We brew over 80 varieties of lager beers. Our brewer, Chris Phelps creates traditional lagers, experimental lagers and he re-invents your favorite ales as amazing lagered beers.
When you enter Saint Patrick’s Brewing Company, you will know that you are in for a unique craft brewery experience.
Available in the Bomber Fridge
Barley Wine Lager
In addition to our large selection artisan lager beers we have:
- 8000 sq. ft. beer garden on the Platte River
- 18 Person Fire Pit
- Bocce Ball/Corn Hole Course Coming Summer 2015!
- The front patio has seating for 30 and a cozy fireplace.
- Six comfortable and distinct seating areas
- Vintage, 80’s style dance floor complete with neon lights and disco ball
- Foosball, Ping Pong & Arcade Table
- Fine Art Gallery
And you will never have to fight for a parking spot at Saint Patrick’s Brewing Company!
These guys are friendly, make great beer and have a good following for no advertising. Come in and be impressed!
As an avid beer lover, I enjoyed the conversation on anything from where the ideas for the beers came from, to the creative, amazing artwork(designed by the other owner) and the idea of only bottle conditioning their beers. It was downright fascinating! As for the beers, WOW!!! I was blown away by the flavors and characteristics of each. They all felt very well thought out and were brewed masterfully.
Saint Patrick’s Brewing is a true hidden gem within the brewery scene of Colorado, and on top of it they specialize in only lagers in a wide variety of styles and hybrids.
The company inside the tasting room was fantastic- both the staff and the other customers.
All the beers we tried were creative and nicely done. I’m not a hoppy beer fan, so it’s great to find a place that knows how to brew flavorful and interesting beers without resorting to a massive pile of tastebud-killing hops. My favorites were Luminosity (especially the Oak Preserve version), Centennial Amber, and Colorado Golden.