In June of 1994, Bristol Brewing Company settled comfortably in the lap of Pikes Peak and began hand-brewing flavorful, one-of-a-kind ales for the people of Colorado. Our mission was to make beer that called to mind three things: quality, purity, and sanity.
That's why we make our ales using only natural ingredients. You will find us on draught and in bottles at fabulous bars and restaurants throughout the state as well as in six packs at your favorite liquor store. So, if you should get your hands on a Bristol beer, know that it was brewed fresh no more than a few hours from where you're sitting.
We take extra care to make our beers better because we like to drink them. We hope you will, too.
Welcome to Trinity! Grab a beer, your own silverware, and seat yourself because you're in for a ride! Make yourself at home in our environmentally and socially conscious public house. Built green from the ground up, our build out included materials from two salvaged barns, real estate salvaged windows incase the brewery, a skylight helps us conserve energy with lighting during daylight, our bar top is made from recycled glass bottles (that we drank during the build out), our waterless urinals save ~80,000 gallons of water a year, the patio furniture was constructed from recycled milk jugs, we recycle nearly all our waste with a goal of being 100% waste free, nearly all our food is organic and we source from local farmers as much as possible, a large part of our menu is veggie friendly (including our beer), put that together with the best beer line up in the state and you have a company you can get a buzz about supporting!
1466 Garden of the Gods Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
The Phantom Canyon Brewing Company opened in December 1993, after almost three years in the planning. Phantom Canyon is located in the historic Cheyenne Building, which was built in 1901. Originally the local offices of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, the building was renovated in 1909 and re-opened as The Cheyenne Hotel (owned and operated by the Shafer family until 1963). The Cheyenne Building was the first downtown restaurant to be placed on the National Register of Historical Places and is located on the first corner of the city. All addresses and street plans originate from the intersection of Pikes Peak and Cascade. The building is named after Cheyenne Mountain and Chief Two Moons of the Cheyenne Indian Tribe (whose stone visage looks over the front entrance).
2 East Pikes Peak Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: (719) 635-2800 Fax: (719) 635-9930
Judge Baldwin's is centrally located in downtown Colorado Springs in the concourse of the Wells Fargo, Antlers Hilton, and the First Bank towers. The Judge was the First Microbrewery in the Springs and has been a local favorite ever since it opened its doors. The 30 ft wooden bar is the focal point of the pub providing glass windows showcasing the Copper-Clad Brewing equipment.
The Judge has seasonal microbrews along with its 4 popular microbrews on tap daily or our bartenders can create any drink you may desire. The combination of food and drink makes an attractive setting for conversation, watching the game on its large screen TV's, or relaxed listening to the live weekend music on Friday nights 6:00pm-9:00p Saturday nights 7:00pm-10:00pm.
4 South Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: 719 473 5600 Opening Hours: 11:00 am-11:00 pm
Andy Bradley, formerly the brewmaster at Phantom Canyon Brewing, has crafted a line of brews for the new eatery. Beer plays heavily in the recipes for the menu, like Triple Cheese Beer Soup ($5). Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to midnight Fridays and Saturdays.
11202 Rampart Hills View
Colorado Springs, CO 80921