The principles have remained the same as the day the company was started, which is why the Breckenridge Brewery has reached the ranks of number three producer of craft beer in the United States. BB was the first Colorado company to sell their handcrafted beverages in six and twelve-packs. Currently, their products are sold in 32 states in the U.S.
BB provides a public tour every Thursday through Monday. The tour costs three dollars per person with one dollar of every admission going to the South Suburban Park Foundation; they maintain and create public recreational areas in the South Denver Metro neighborhood. Visitors get the chance to sample five craft beers, one from each line of currently produced beers.
Alehouses and brew houses
The Breckenridge Brewery has six different restaurants and ale houses where guests can visit and try the different craft beers on tap. The drinking establishments are located in Breckenridge, Denver, Littleton, and Grand Junction, Colorado. Every dish and drink served at the clubs are given the same careful attention as the handcrafted beers they are paired with for meals. Whether guests want an American Pale Wheat Ale or an Oatmeal Stout, BB has them covered with ice-cold mugs and a bit of friendly conversation.
Some of the beers in the primary line of production include a Vanilla Porter, Avalanche Ale, and an Agave Wheat. Depending on the time of the year, BB has a brew for everyone to try with seasonal favorites that include Christmas Ale, Autumn Ale, Summerbright Ale, and the Ophelia Hoppy Wheat for the Spring. Limited edition beers are made in super-small batches and only offered for a short time. Some of the available options include a 72 Imperial, a Regal Pilsner, an ESB, and a 47 Small Batch IPA. The Mountain Line has a Belgian-style Pale Ale, and the Barrel-Aged line features two Barleywine Batches. Each specially crafted beer has a distinct flavor that is infused with premium spices and botanicals.