121 E. Midland Ave., Woodland Park, 686-8100, bierwerks.com
From inside a converted service station, brewers Jeff Aragon and Brian Horton pour authentic German-style beers.
BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse
5150 N. Nevada Ave., 268-0505, bjsbrewhouse.com
This new-to-the-area, California-based chain has its Springs brews trucked down from Boulder.
Black Fox Brewing Company
1647 S. Tejon St., 964-4676, blackfoxbrewing.com
Black Fox was started in 2009 by John Schneider, who worked (and still works) at Bristol Brewing Co.
Bristol Brewing Company
1647 S. Tejon St., 633-2555, bristolbrewing.com
Leader of the pack when it comes to awards, Bristol won two at the 2010 GABF for its Laughing Lab and Old No. 23.
Colorado Mountain Brewery
11202 Rampart Hills View, 434-5750, cmbrew.com
CMB offers six staple house beers and seasonals created by former Phantom Canyon brewer Andrew Bradley.
Judge Baldwin's Brewing Company
4 S. Cascade Ave., 473-5600
At home in the Antlers Hilton, JB's has been brewing locally since 1991. Mike Ford sticks mainly to traditional styles.
Odyssey Brewing Company
Former Arctic Craft Brewery head John Dunfee just recently announced plans for Odyssey, a restaurant and brewery.
Phantom Canyon Brewing Company
2 E. Pikes Peak Ave., 635-2800, phantomcanyon.com
Phantom Canyon is the downtown playground of brewer Alan Stiles. The Queen's Blonde Ale is the staple.
Pikes Peak Brewing Company
Co-owners Chris Wright and Dan York plan to launch by spring 2011 in Monument with two beers.
Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery
3316 Cinema Point Drive, 550-3586, rockbottom.com
Corporate in nature, local in brewing, Rock Bottom offers around 14 brews from head guy Jason Leeman.
Rocky Mountain Brewing
625 Paonia St., 528-1651, see "Rocky Mountain Brewery" on Facebook
Look for small-batch brews from Nick Hilborn, like a thick, chocolatey stout.
Trinity Brewing Company
1466 Garden of the Gods Road, 634-0029, trinitybrew.com
Head brewer Jason Yester issues new creations almost monthly, and offers hard-to-find national brews on tap.