Yeah, so some of these are a bit pricey, but it's an incredible selection nonetheless. We dropped by one afternoon for lunch hoping to run into a friend and beer afficinado that works there (Hi Christi!). She wasn't there, so that sucked, but what a great place. Knowledgeable staff. Beautifully orchestrated menu. Check this out - Tur-duck-en made by their chefs in fast forward. Skip this if you don't like meat.
I'm a huge fan of farmhouse ales, especially during warm weather. There is just something about a good farmhouse ale that can't be topped.
This one came poured in tulip glass, with a seriously heavy head. Moderately golden straw in color with just a little bit of haze, it is a beautiful beer to look at.
Really nice aroma, with strong fruit overtones, particularly a citrusy grapefruit scent, but also a noticeable yeast smell.
In terms of taste, is just plain good. Fairly hoppy for a Saison, but also has a nice light malt character going on. Some peppery flavors happening as well, but very citrus-forward. Fairly carbonated, this farmhouse ale finished very crisp and on the dry side.
So if you find yourself in the Denver, swing by for a brew. You certainly won't regret it. http://euclidhall.com/
Happy hours daily from 3-6pm