Lost Highway Brewing

Schedule

This brewery doesn’t have any food trucks scheduled this month

Overview

location
12741 E Caley Ave Ste 140 Centennial, CO 80111-6407
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Lost Highway was the first brewery to be located on Colfax Avenue in Denver. The taproom and production facility are now located in the city of Centennial. Lost Highway brews traditional Belgian-style ales along with other styles of beers.
Hop Fantome Belgian Double IPA
9.5%
Inspired by the Ardennes Forest, This "Belgian Double IPA" is bursting with mystique. Balance between floral, tropical hops, and maltiness
Hopkat American Lager
5.2%
India Pale Lager The original hipster, this kool kat is crisp and refreshing and delivers a nice blend of citrusy and tropical fruit flavor
Longest, Wickedest Wit
4.8%
A refreshing wheat ale very pale in color
District 6 Pilsner German Pils
5.0%
Brewed with German hops and barley, and Monestary yeast. Pale straw color, this is a refreshing session beer
Saison
7.0%
Our version of a Belgian classic. Dry with a subtle maltiness, and hints of pepper/spice to round it out
Peaches for Peace Milkshake IPA
6.2%
This Milkshake IPA Style is loaded with wheat and oats and also contains lactose and 250 lbs of Peaches
Red District Bloody Beer German Pils
5.0%
Our Pilsner with Bloody Mary Mix
Old Man Moriarty American Barleywine
9.9%
Distinct and complicated, like the man himself. Revel in the earthy and citrusy hoppiness, winey fruitiness, and the nice toffee undertones
Coconut Almond Porter
5.5%
A complex, malty dark beer with a lightly burnt character.
Amber and Dark Lagers
6.0%
A delayed reaction to something unexpected. This beer has that reaction the "Reuse" of the water to make the beer
Ciders and Meads
6.5%
Like a dry wine with complex flavors. The apple character marries with the added fruit to create a balanced flavor
Mountain Coast- Colorado IPA
6.7%
The East Coast vs West Coast battle is over. It is now time for Mountain Coast. Made with Colorado ingredients. The malty backbone balanc
I25 Fog
6.5%
Copious amounts of Citra,Mosiac, and Jaryllo. Hops were then added as late additions, and also during dry hop. Very fruit fruit forward
Liquid Pajamas
9.9%
Belgian Dark Strong would make Emperor Charles V proud. Bold, yet smooth maltiness with hints of dark fruits and Chocolate
Lost In Belgium Belgian Tripel
8.7%
This Tripel is from an Abbey recipe from our Belgian friend Marc-Antoine De Mees at St Martin Abbey
Resurrected Belgian Amber
6.0%
Caramel maltiness combines with a dry, fruity subtle sweetness and a beautiful spicy finish. It's Alive!

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