Trails End Taproom is the perfect place for those seeking an adventure or to unwind with self-serve beer, wine and cider.
Trails End Taproom recently opened its doors in Colorado Springs and is certainly grabbing the attention of local adventurers. The establishment seems like a basecamp with indoor topo maps, listed trail conditions, indoor and outdoor bike work stands, indoor bike racks, and oversized bathrooms for changing into gear. However, as the first self-serve bar in Colorado Springs, this Trails End offers an innovative way for patrons to cap-off their adventure.
The location features 40 iPourIt self-serve taps that offer beer, wine and ciders from primarily the western United States. In addition, Trails End will be working with smaller breweries around Colorado to bring exclusive brews into the Colorado Springs community. It’s clear that Trails End believes in a sense of community, which is why they donate 100% of daily tips to local trail and humanitarian nonprofits. Click the link below to learn more about Trails End.
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