Discover a selection of seasonal brews in Aurora
Winter has arrived in Aurora! Between the hustle of the holiday season and goal-setting for the new year, enjoy an opportunity to unwind with a seasonal beer. Here’s where you can try new flavors. Every brewery has more beer on tap than listed below, visit their website to discover a full-range of seasonals.
New to the Aurora brew scene, Bent Barley Brewing Company released a seasonal Barleywine that’s on tap in Southlands. This ramped up ale is coined for its rich, malty flavor and a hint of bitterness. Enjoy this seasonal beer as is or go nitro for something a little different. Classic flights are available for getting a little bit of everything.
Whether you’re looking for a bite to eat or plan on having a few flights of beer, Peak to Peak Tap & Brew the place to visit. Their seasonal Dry Irish Stout is a must-try this winter. This beer is filled with the roasted flavor you’ve come to expect combined with a clean, dry aftertaste. You can also give the Nitro version a taste! Visit their new Colfax taproom or their flagship Iliff location to enjoy.
Situated inside Stanley Marketplace, the Coco-Xoco American Porter from Cheluna Brewing Company is a seasonal brew with a kick of coconut flavor. Coined as medium-bodied, this beer is infused with cacao, vanilla, and topped off with toasted coconut to bring out a new flavor. Grab it on tap and grab a bite to eat anywhere inside Stanley.
Blast over to an Aurora-classic brewery for a Gravity is Magic Milkshake IPA. Launch Pad Brewery whipped up this seasonal brew complete with infused flavors from vanilla beans, mangoes, and pineapple. Combine that with lactose for a milky taste, and you’ve got a fantastic winter beer ready for tasting. Visit their taproom to give it a try.
If you’re near the Anschutz Medical Campus, stop in for a sweet seasonal beer from Ursula Brewery. The Scary Stories Baltic Porter combines infused flavors from marshmallows, chocolate, vanilla beans, and graham crackers to create a distinct s’mores goodness. If you’re out and about, you can also pick up this newly released beer in bottles.
Showcasing the homebrewing community, Pilothouse Brewing Company has a few seasonal beers on tap. Try the Belgian Dubbel. Its flavor profile is rich, malty and encompasses mild bitterness. Hurry to try it now, the 32 taps at Pilothouse rotate very frequently. You can check exactly how much is left on their website before you head out.
Aurora’s oldest brewery, Dry Dock Brewing Company, severs up their beloved Coffee Stout every winter. Settle in for a coffee-flavor with hints of milk and caramel. This stout is known for its lighter than average body, making the notes of chocolate sing. This seasonal draft can be found on tap at both North and South locations. Or pick up a six-pack of cans to enjoy on your own time.