The Stapleton Tap House is a Colorado craft beer bar in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood. We are focused on bringing our customers a variety of locally brewed beers, produced by some of Colorado’s smallest craft brewers. In fact, the easier it is for you to find a beer in your local restaurant, bar, or liquor store, the less likely it is that we will carry it.
Colorado has over 180 licensed breweries in the state, yet the majority are small and count their production in the hundreds or thousands of barrels annually. These small (nano or pico) breweries are producing some amazing beers, often available only in their own tap rooms or closeby.
That’s where the Stapleton Tap House comes in. We are a bit of a “visitor center” for Colorado’s craft breweries, and we like to say that we make every day a beer festival. Its a place where you can come in and try something new, and then explore those breweries on your own. The Stapleton Tap House has 30 tap lines, and we usually have 30 different breweries on tap! We also host special events, beer tastings, and limited release tappings.
Hungry? Well, we only serve snacks but you’re welcome to bring food with you to the Stapleton Tap House, or you can pick something up from one of the many restaurants next door. Menus are available and some of the restaurants deliver.
The Stapleton Tap House is located in the Shops at Northfield Stapleton shopping center in northeast Denver. From I-70, take the Central Park Blvd exit (between Quebec Street and Havana) northbound and turn left on 46th Ave. We are just west of the Harkins Theatres, between Marcos Pizza and Jim ‘n Nick’s BBQ.