Breckenridge, CO

Est. 1990


Breckenridge Brewery opened its doors in 1990 in the mountain town of Breckenridge, Colorado. It’s the third-oldest craft brewery in the state. Nestled below the slopes on Main Street, our brewpub continues to delight locals and visitors with a lively atmosphere, delicious pub fare, and of course, a great selection of beer.

Back in the early days, however, we very quickly found that there was more demand for craft beer than we could possibly make in that location. That’s when Todd Usry, now the brewery’s president, entered the picture. As he began his brewery apprenticeship in Breckenridge, he and the team looked for locations in Denver to build a second brewpub with space for a bigger brewhouse.

In 1992, they opened our second brewpub in downtown Denver. As luck would have it, in 1995, the Colorado Rockies built their stadium across the street. We enjoyed that home but outgrew it, and in 1996, we moved production to 471 Kalamath Street several miles away.

The Kalamath location served us well for 19 years. As we approached 60,000 barrels a year, though, we simply ran out of space for any more expansions. Todd and team once again searched for the right home that would accommodate our growing family. They found it in Littleton, Colorado, 9 miles south of Denver.

Our two locations, Breckenridge and Littleton, are destinations for locals and out-of-towners. As of 2016 Breckenridge Brewery became a proud member of The High End, a family of craft breweries and unit of Anheuser-Busch. We now send beer to thirty-five states and continue to create new and exciting beers. Our portfolio contains classics like Vanilla Porter, Avalanche Amber Ale, Agave Wheat, 471 Double IPA, and Breck IPA, along with a variety of specialty beers that include seasonals, barrel-aged beers, the Brewery Lane Series, and a newly announced nitrogen-charged canned series.

Available in

Adams, Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Franklin, Lackawanna,
Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Perry, Philadelphia, Pike, Schuylkill,
Susquehanna, Wayne, Wyoming, York counties

Beer NameBeer StyleABV%Available SizesRelease Dates
AvalancheAmerican Amber/Red Ale4.412oz. NR, 12oz. Cans, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
Vanilla PorterAmerican Porter5.412oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL*NITRO Available in Kegs
Oatmeal StoutOatmeal Stout4.9512oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
Mango Mosaic Pale AleAmerican Pale Ale5.512oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
Agave WheatHerbed/Spiced Ale4.212oz. Cans, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
Breck IPAAmerican IPA6.312oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
Lucky U IPAAmerican IPA6.212oz. Cans,
Variety Pack2/12oz. NR
Ophelia Hoppy WheatAmerican Pale Wheat Ale512oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLJanuary-April
Summer PilsGerman Pilsner 512oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLApril-August
Autumnn AleBrown Ale612oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLSeptember-October
Christmas AleWinter Warmer7.112oz. NR, 5L, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLNovember-December
471 Double IPAAmerican Double/Imperial IPA9.212oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBL
72 Imperial Chocolate StoutMilk/Sweet Stout7.212oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLFebruary-March
Imperial Plum IPAAmerican IPA912oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLAugust-September
New Imperial IPAN/AN/A12oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLOctober-December
King's DishEnglish Strong Ale6.812oz. NR, 1/6BBL, 1/2BBLOctober-November
Vanilla PorterAmerican Porter5.416oz. Cans, 1/2BBL
Lucky U IPAAmerican IPA6.216oz. Cans, 1/2BBL
Chocolate Orange StoutAmerican Stout616oz. Cans, 1/2BBLNovember-February
Dry Irish StoutDry Irish Stout4.816oz. Cans, 1/2BBLFebruary-May
Orange Cream AleCream Ale5.516oz. Cans, 1/2BBLMay-August
Pumpkin Spice Latte StoutPumpkin Ale5.516oz. Cans, 1/2BBLAugust-November
471 with CitraAmerican Double/Imperial IPA11.312/22oz. NR, 1/6 BBL, 1/2 BBLJanuary-February
Tequila Aged OpheliaAmerican Pale Wheat Ale6.612/22oz. NR, 1/6 BBLMay-June
471 with CalypsoAmerican Double/Imperial IPA11.312/22oz. NR, 1/6 BBL, 1/2 BBLOctober-November
HolidaleAmerican Strong Ale8.812/22oz. NR, 1/6 BBLDecember