|About||Tivoli Brewing Company brings historic Colorado beers back to life|
|Restaurant specialties||Dinner, Lunch|
|Description||The Tivoli Beer story traces its roots to 1859, when German immigrant John Good founded a brewery in the newly settled town of Denver. Known as the Rocky Mountain Brewery, Sigi's Brewery, the Milwaukee Brewery, and in 1900 renamed Tivoli, the brewery would become one of the largest breweries in the West, selling its light golden lager nearly everywhere west of the Mississippi until closing its doors in 1969. In 2012, a group of Colorado Natives formed Tivoli Brewing Company to bring historic Colorado Beers back to life.|
|General manager||Stephanie Rayman|
|Founded||Founded in 1859|
Tivoli Beer - a German Style Helles Lager
Sigi's Wild Horse Bock-style Ale- a bock-ale hybrid known as Buck Beer, brewed from 1864-1874
Bohemian Girl Pilsner - Czech style with Saaz hops.
Jet Malt Liquor - A modern take on a 1965 recipe, this 2.0v showcases premium ingredients sure to surprise your taste buds.