we are led by one guiding principle: brew the best tasting beer we can. Along the way we've learned a few things - like when to push forward and also when to leave well enough alone. That's why we start with the same old-world, family recipes that have stood the test of time, but we don't stop there. Combined with a heartland work ethic, and ingenuity, our barrels pour something uniquely American.
It comes from the farming trade - a term that means saving the best of what you have now for planting tomorrow. We use that same concept in our brewing, taking lessons from the past and applying it to what we do today. This approach allows us to craft straightforward beer for folks who like to drink it. And so friends, kick back, hoist up a pint and enjoy a beer that has the most important trait of all, it just flat-out tastes good.
Seedstock Brewery. Deep reaching roots, great tasting beer.
Straw-yellow in color, with thick white head. Complex and distinct pilsner aroma. Balanced bitterness with a clean, dry finish. Pairs well with 'hello'.
New copper in color with a slightly tart and citrus aroma. Czech Kazbek hops provides an earthy spiciness combined with a slight citrus flavor. Has a moderate hop bitterness at the finish. Pairs well with conversation.
This is our 'No Coast' style IPA. Mosaic hop provides generous aroma of tangerine and grapefruit. Medium body, tropical citrus hop notes with moderate bitterness to create a sessionable beer. Pairs well with a comfortable chair.
Mocha espresso aroma, with a full and creamy mouthfeel. Subtle hint of sweet vanilla and finishes with roasty espresso. Pairs well with dessert.
This is our version of a German Kellerbier, known as a beer for locals. It is light copper in color with a rich, malty-sweet aroma. The initial flavor has a hint of sweetness, but it finishes dry with very slight bitterness. The perle hops does an excellent job of balancing this deliciously malty beer. Pairs well with neighborhood friends.
Named the 38th Best Beer of All Time by Beer Connoisseur Magazine, our Seedstock's altbier is brewed in the ‘Dusseldorf’ tradition/style, meaning it's less sweet and more bitter than Northern German style alt. It has a clean, malty aroma with a very slight hint of fruitiness. It is assertive in its hop bitterness and balanced by a clean, bready malt character. The long-lasting, dry finish makes it a very sessionable beer. Pairs well with talking to your dog.
Our Kolsch has a low malt aroma, clear light golden color with crisp bready notes. Medium to low bitterness. Pairs well with good eye contact.
We brewed this beer with our Great, Great Grandpa Johann in mind. Our Bohemian Barn Beer is brewed simply – using only Vienna malt and Saaz hops. It is sunshine copper in color with an off-white head. It has a malty-sweet aroma, with a slight hint of melon. It gets its sweet and rich mouthfeel from the Vienna malt, but the Saaz hops really shine through with a spicy, peppery finish. We think our Great, Great Grandpa would nod in approval.
The Fredersdorfer beer style was popular in Berlin in the 1830's. It is a pale brown wheat beer brewed with molasses and spicy Saaz hops. It is hoppy with a rich mouthfeel and crisp finish. The clean spiciness makes it a great beer today or in 1830!
This is a collaboration beer that we brewed with our friends at Goldspot Brewing. It is a lager with a striking copper color. This is an incredibly clean tasting beer with subtle notes of dark fruit and rich malt. This beer weighs-in at 8.5% ABV without tasting boozy, so please drink accordingly! Pairs well with a comfortable chair.
We’ve been brewing our special Stout for almost 20 years for our personal stash, and we’re releasing it for a limited time in our taproom. Our Imperial Stout is mysteriously black with a thick tan head. It has rich, roasted malt flavors of dark chocolate and dried fruit, and finishes dry and warm. It pairs well with a stocking cap.
Don't just read about us, come to our craft brewery in Denver for a pint and say hello!
3600 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80204, United States
Monday - Thursday: 2pm - 9pm
Friday: 2pm - 11pm
Saturday: 11am - 11pm
Sunday 11am - 9pm