We are happy to announce the reopening of our taproom under the guidelines provided by the CPHE! Below you can find a list of the highlighted precautions we are taking for our dine-in services! If you would like more information please visit this link here.
All Employees will be wearing face masks.
All Guest are required to wear face masks when moving around the taproom. When you are seated and dining you may remove your mask.
Please do not enter our premises if you have a cough, fever, or have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19
Please wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
We will have a host/hostess at the front entrance that will seat all guest and manage all beer to-go sales.
Tabs will be started upon entry to minimize contact.
Our taproom will be running at 25% capacity with seating available on the patio & Beer Garden. Heaters are now outdoors as well, please dress according to the weather should you decide to sit outside.
Please do not push tables together as we have set them to a 6 foot distance from one another.
We ask all guest to remain in their seats while dining with a limit of 10 per party.
No Mingling. Please stay within your party.
All tables will be bused & disinfected between parties
Hand Sanitizing Stations will be available throughout the taproom.
Plastic cups will be used on the outdoor patio only.
There will be a queue marked out front of our building with 6 feet markings for guest while waiting to be seated and/or pick up to-go orders.
For waiting parties please do not congregate, please wait in your car or off premise.
Our garage doors will be open as much as possible as long as the weather is applicable to ensure maximum ventilation.
Patrons under 21 are not permitted to indoor seating due to restricted capacity. Outdoor seating is available for patrons under 21. Dogs are still welcome indoors and outdoors. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Please be considerate of other Patrons waiting for a table
Please use discretion on time once you have closed your tab at your table, it needs to be sanitized immediately for use with other patrons.
We love to see your smiling face, but if you have finished your beer and decide not to have another please close out your tab, it is greaty appreciated.
Alongside these precautions we will still continue to do our original Safety & Health precautions that were set in place when the shutdown first began. You may review those here.
We take our guest & employee safety as top priority here at Westfax Brewing. With the recent events of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado, we wanted to inform you that we will remain open, but are now taking extra precautions on top of our standard day to day health and safety standards to ensure the safety of everyone.
WHAT WE ARE DOING:
We are closely monitoring daily updates and recommendations from the CDC
Disinfecting all surfaces after each customer visits (door knobs, tables, bar tops, beer to-go cooler, POS systems)
Requiring staff to wash hands at least every 30 mins and after bussing tables
Employees have been instructed to not come to work if they’re experiencing any Coronavirus like symptoms and to get tested. If they test positive to follow the recommended 14-day period self-isolation per the CDC
We kindly ask you to refrain from visiting our location if you are experiencing any symptoms consistent with Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For the first three Wednesdays of December we are doing a Keep The Glass leading up to Christmas and each Wednesday will be a brand new limited edition glass! Every night you’ll get the glass and two pours of your choice!
Pre-Order all three glasses before December 4th at the taproom for $44 and save $4 (limted to 30 pre-orders). Please note glasses are only available to be redeemed on their release date. You must be present every Wednesday to pick up your glass and claim your pours. If you do not come to pick up your glass you may pick it up on a later date, but loose your 2 pours for that glass.
And yes! You can also purchase extra glasses without the pours! These would make a perfect holiday gift! And after every glass release left over inventory will be sold in the taproom at standard glassware price without pours. But please keep in mind quantities are limited! Once these glasses are sold out they will be gone for good! So get them while you still can!
Lakewood, CO, November 1st – For the first time Westfax Brewing will be releasing its very first Hazy IPA series. The series will consist of a brand new beer every time with slight variations to the grain bill, hops, and brewing technique to help them further their knowledge on Hazy IPAs. The first release in the series is set to debut on November 1st at 2PM and will be available to-go in 16oz singles, 4-packs, and on draft.
The first Spirit Guide Hazy IPA was brewed with Pilsner, Wheat, and Toasted Oats to help pull together a smooth and creamy mouthfeel as well as a nice base for a hefty amount of dry hopping of Centennial, Cashmere, Moutere, Motueka, and Vic Secret, producing the perfect combination of melon, kiwi, lemon, and lime.
Each variation of Spirit Guide is to be released on a bi-monthly basis and each variety will have its own unique label opening up the opportunity to invite a new artist to design the next can all while utilizing animals as its Spirit Guide.
If you would like more information about the event, beers and/or the brewery, please contact Justin Graziano at 303-233-3745 or email at email@example.com
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year! We couldn’t go without having a fun halloween party so we decided to throw a Spooks & Brews halloween party encompassed by a bunch of ghoulish fun!
We decided start the day off with a popcorn & beer pairing using Kettlehead popcorn. The pairing consisted of Maple paired with Blootylicious Blueberry Wheat, Denver Cheddar paired with Tears of our Enemies Scottish Ale, Toasted Cinnamon paired with Urban Lumberjack Hazy IPA, and Jalapeno Cheddar paired with Peaches Be Crazy Peach Sour!
At a lot of our events we like to release Small Batch beers that we brew specifically for the event! This time we decided to go the spiced route and brewed up a small batch Peach Cobbler Sour with Peaches, Cinnamon Sticks, and Vanilla! It ended up tasting like you were biting right into a piece of peach cobbler with a nice subtle tart finish. Our second one of the day was a Chai Tears of our Enemies which is our staple Scottish Ale. It produced flavors of spiced vanilla, cinnamon, clove, and as an added touch we served it on nitro to give it a nice creamy mouthfeel and fluffy head.
This halloween party wouldn’t have been complete without a costume contest! So we rounded up some prizes for Best Costume, Best Group/Couple, and Best Pup! To say the least we had a very great handful of participants. We ran a catwalk of all the contestants down an aisle to strut their stuff while the rest of the taproom cheered them on! Here you can see our contestant winners: Best Costume Bob Ross, Best Group/Couple Paul Bunyan with Pancakes, Butter, and Maple Syrup, Best Pup Hot Dog.
In addition to our Costume Contest the taproom was filled with halloween themed music and scary movies playing on the TVs! We had a ton of fun with everyone and don’t want to forget all the awesome costumes that came through! Scroll through this post to see all the awesome people who came out to support! It absolutely means the world to us! We can’t thank you enough!
After a crazy GABF filled week we decided to take the day off to take a trip out to Frisco, CO and have an employee appreciation day.
We set out for the trails and hiked on the Lily Pad Lake Trail for a while before finding a nice resting area where we enjoyed some beer and took photos of our new merchandise all while enjoying the great outdoors!
Right around the corner from the hiking trail was Outer Range Brewery where they specialize in Hazy IPAs where we enjoyed many! We sat down hung out chatting amongst each other enjoying lunch and talking about our crazy week with lots of laughter, good beer, and good food!
For everyone who loves beer the Great American Beer Festival is one of the top destinations every year! Once a year breweries from all over American come to Denver to partake in a 3 day long festival pouring more than 4,000 beers! Being local to the event makes it even more special to us! We’re able to fill our taproom with visitors from all over the states to try out beer and spread our name further than just the festival.
For the BA Concussion Protocol With Plums we did special tappings each day to make sure we had enough to last through the whole event! We ended up kicking each batch every night! It was definitely a head turner.
With a busy festival packed week we also kept things as busy as possible at the brewery with can & bottle releases, new merch, small batches, and more! The first even we ran was our $3 GABF beers followed by a can release of our I Do Eclair Pastry Stout and Sippin’ on a Cloud Double Hazy IPA! The next day we released bottles of our BA Concussion Protocol With Plums with a small batch Belgian Tripel with Lemon making it a day of Belgian beers at the brewery! We are always so thankful to everyone for stopping by our booth or the taproom during GABF. It’s all because of you guys that we are able to keep pursuing our dreams.
As summer was coming to a close we decided to throw a summer bash to end the summer right! The event was filled with a ton of fun events and we can’t thank everyone who came out to show their support and hang out!
Throughout the day we tapped two special small batch beers that were limited to one keg each! The first one pictured above was our Lemon Berry Aid that turned a sea foam green color and had a slightly tart finish to it! It would make you reminisce on all your old kool aid days!
The second beer we released was our first take on a hard seltzer that we served on nitro! It was a very experimental batch and we were pleasantly pleased with the results. We added peach puree to it to add some subtle peach flavor, then combined with it being served on nitro it gave it a little extra creamy texture that you normally don’t get with hard seltzers. We also had guest floating the seltzer on top of some of our other fruitier beers!
It was indeed a fun day packed with fun beers and even more fun activities. We were also playing beer pong to win prizes as well as had a tropical themed photo booth!
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