This year, during our Spring Break trip to Breckenridge, I got over to Broken Compass Brewing, the most local brewery in town. The exterior will definitely not win awards for beauty, but they've done a nice job with the design inside, featuring old ski lifts as benches and local art on the wall. Open daily at 11:30 AM, it's a bring your own food kind of place, which is probably a good idea due to the strength of the beers and effects of the altitude.
With a lengthy beer list, it was hard to choose, but by going with non-matching flights, my brother-in-law and I covered most of what was available. You might love or hate the beer, but we both agreed there was a singularity to what they do, with an underlying common thread that seems to run through most, if not all, of their brews.
With board games, big tables and the aforementioned feast-bringing, this is a place I can imagine whiling away an afternoon or two while in town. If you're visiting Breck, make sure to stop by and sample, let me know what you think.
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