First and foremost, they take a lot of pride in knowing that when they put a beer on the table, it'll be smooth, crisp and full of flavor. How are they sure? They brew the beer over the course of 42 days, the perfect amount of time for it to develop a soul.
Next, they value sharing knowledge and expertise to further their craft. (Could it get any better?) When they reopened our doors in 2015, they did so as a state-of-the-art craft brewery in what is now the heart of the Auraria college campus. Better yet...their partnership with MSU’s brewing program allows them to blend traditional techniques with 21st century ideas.
They're literally inspiring the future of beer through teaching next generation brewmasters.
Last up, when you step in their building, their old world spirit will make you feel right at home, and you’ll find there’s an energy that makes you want to stay.
Check out the latest news and latest tap lineup on their website.
Q. What's your name?
A. Stephanie Rayman
Q. What is your title?
A. General Manager and Director of Marketing
Q. How did you come up with the name of your brewery?
A. Out original founder, John Good, was influenced by the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen
Q. What is your brewery most known for?
A. Colorado's oldest brewery.
Q. What beer / brands inspired you in creating your own brand?
A. We wanted to revive Colorado's oldest brewery and bring back pre-prohibition style recipes as well as new, innovative brews.
Q. The aliens have finally had enough, you get to eat one last item from your brewery's menu before they evaporate earth.
A. Definitely our Supreme 'Za with a fried egg on it!
Q. What Beers are in your fridge right now?
A. Tivoli's Slam Dunkel, Helles Lager, and Mountain Squeeze Juicy IPA
Q. What is your guilty pleasure beer(s)?
A. Tivoli's She's My Cherry Pie. A 9.5% fruited Lager that screams warm Fall flavors, but sneaks up on you after 2-3.
Q. What did you do before you got into beer?
A. Managed other bars and restaurants before being able to re-open Tivoli Brewing Company.