Exploring Colorado Springs’ Breweries: Using My Hop Passport – Part 3

Our final stop on our brewery crawl was to Atrevida Beer Company. I was looking forward to this stop the most because this would be my first time visiting. I also loved learning that Atrevida is not only owned by a female, but she is also the head brewer. 

Atrevida Beer Co

Even though the brewery doesn’t really look all the impressive from the outside, I absolutely loved the decor inside. The owner/brewer is Latina, and you definitely pick up on the Latin American vibes inside the brewery. The inside was bright, cozy, and welcoming. 

Atrevida Beer Co Interior

Since we have never been here before we wanted to get a few flights to try several of their beers. Between the two flights, we were able to try almost all the beers on the menu. We both agreed that the beers were hit or miss for us. I personally either very much enjoyed a beer, or the beer fell a bit flat. I was really looking forward to The Drunken Churro which is a witbier brewed with cinnamon and agave. However, this was a miss for me. I sadly didn’t get any of the rich cinnamon flavor I was hoping to get. A beer that I really did enjoy though was their La Gran Senora which is a spiced American wheat ale with citrus, aged on oak staves. This beer was flavorful and the oak was a nice addition. I definitely recommend this one! 

Atrevida Beer Flight

While we were hanging out in the brewery we started to talk to the beertender. She was extremely nice, helpful, and gave us some good recommendations around town after we mentioned that we just moved here. Overall I really enjoyed my visit. I loved the atmosphere inside, I appreciated the friendly staff, and I found some new beer that I enjoyed. 

Atrevida Beer Co Colorado Springs

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