Aspen Brewing Company

Aspen, CO

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All beers · Aspen Brewing Company

  • Aspen Independence Pass

    IPA · 7.5% ABV

    Independence Pass Ale utilizes insane amounts of Palisade hops—a hop that is relatively new on the IPA scene.
  • Aspen 10th Mountain

    Imperial Stout · 9.3% ABV

    Eight types of malt and a blend of English and American hops were masterfully combined to create a decadent beer worthy of sipping by the fire.
  • Aspen Ajax

    Pilsner · 4.5% ABV

    Pilsner with Sterling hops.
  • Aspen Brown Bear

    Brown Ale · 5.0% ABV

    Get ready to enjoy an amazing balance between Golding’s aroma characteristics and rich, chocolate, even slightly woody or smokey maltyness...
  • Aspen Cloud 9

    Saison · 6.8% ABV

    Pilsner malt, curacao orange peel, Kent Golding Hops and special farmhouse yeast produce this straw colored hoppy beer.
  • Aspen CO-82

    IPA · 9.0% ABV

  • Aspen Conundrum

    Red Ale · 6.5% ABV

    Have you ever heard of an ESB? In most cases, it stands for Extra Special Bitter, and man is this red extra special...
  • Aspen Double Conundrum

    Flanders Red Ale · 8.6% ABV

    Imperial Red Fresh Hop. Rye malts balance a huge dose of Columbus and Cascade fresh hops.
  • Aspen Pyramid Peak Porter

    Porter · 5.5% ABV

    Ready for something dark and delicious? Something that looks as great as it tastes? Something smokey, malty, and smooth? Get into a pint of our Pyramid Peak Porter! Brewed with tons of Roasted, C...
  • Aspen Silver City

    Wheat Ale · 4.3% ABV

    A subtly kettle soured session ale. Tart lemon and citrus flavor leaves you wanting more.
  • Aspen This Season's Blonde

    Blonde Ale · 6.0% ABV

    This Season’s Blonde is served clear, with playful carbonation leading to wonderful head and beautiful lace along the side of your pint glass.

About the brewery

Aspen’s beer history dates back to 1885 and the original Aspen Brewery which was located only a few hundred yards from the new Aspen Brewery. Founded by Christian Sanders, the Aspen Brewery operated successfully in Aspen until being purchased by P.H. Zang Company of Denver in 1902. We believe that they produced one beer, presumable a Lager, to quench the thirst of Aspen’s mining population.

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