Craft Beer Feature

For more than 20 years, Tommyknocker Brewery has been passionately crafting award winning ales and lagers. They have been awarded over 100 medals from a multitude of local, national, and international competitions. Stop in this month and give their fine Ales a try for a great price!

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Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown This flavorful brew is a meticulously crafted brown ale with a touch of pure maple syrup. A light addition of domestic Perle and Willamette hops balances out this Wildly popular and delicious beer. ABV 4.5%, IBU's 20

Tommyknocker Cocoa Porter This rich seasonal ale is an uncommonly smooth traditional dark brown ale with a multitude of complex light chocolate and coffee flavors. A light addition of domestic Perle and Willamette hops balances the complexity of this beer. The addition of pure cocoa powder and Colorado honey enhances the roasted malts used in this special seasonal ale. The overall balance of this beer makes it a very sessionable porter. ABV 5.7%, IBU 18

Tommyknocker Blood Orange IPA This IPA is brewed with Citra, Mandarina Bavaria, Summit, Chinook and Mosiac Hops plus an infusion of Blood Oranges. The oranges really come through this tasty offering with a light bitterness from the hops. ABV 6.0%, IBU 55.

Tommyknocker Chile Lager This light Lager is infused with a blend of hot and mild Anaheim Chiles. The Chile's really add a great aroma and flavor to this easy drinking beauty. One sip leads to another… so be careful. ABV 5.3%, IBU 27.

These “must try” Colorado brews are featured all month at a terrific price. Grab some Today!

Legend of the Tommyknockers

When the Cornish miners came from the tin mines in Cornwall to work in the gold fields of Colorado during the 1860's, they brought with them their own elves. These Tommyknockers lived in the mines, and were responsible for all kinds of mischief: snuffing out candles, eating lunches, and stealing tools.

If a miner was kind and left food for the Tommyknockers, they often rewarded him by leading him to a rich vein of gold or even to the "mother lode" by tapping on the rock walls of the mine. Many a miner also claimed to have been saved by a Tommyknocker's warning of impending danger