Fort Collins’ First Brewpub, CooperSmith’s Celebrates 30 Years

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Fort Collins first official brewpub, CooperSmith’s Pub & Brewing is celebrating 30 years in business November 4-8, 2019, featuring food specials, drink specials and its annual ‘Free Beer For a Year’ giveaway.
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CooperSmith’s has been quenching the thirst of craft beer connoisseurs and feeding the hunger of “foodies” in Northern Colorado since 1989. Over the years, it has become a staple in Old Town Fort Collins’ dining scene and a pioneer in the city’s world-famous craft brew culture—renowned as one of the region’s most respected at beer festivals with it’s medal-winning, small-batch beer.
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“Being in the craft beer business for 30 years has been really an amazing arc,” said Dwight Hall, President and Owner at CooperSmith’s Pub & Brewing. “The beer scene has exploded so much that if you can think it and make it, people will drink it.”


CooperSmith’s Anniversary Specials:


  • 5-10pm Daily – Pubside & Poolside: $19.89 Dinner Special (includes beer, entree, dessert and a free pint glass)
  • 11am-3pm – Pubside: $10 Lunch Special (includes beer & entree)
  • Nov. 4-8 Daily – Pubside & Poolside: $3 Pints All Day (Flagship Pints)
  • Friday, Nov. 8 – Poolside: Anniversary Celebration (FREE show by Maxwell Mud)
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Visiting the Fort Collins brewpub, located in Old Town Square, has become a perennial favorite and is revered as an area landmark and local tradition. CooperSmith’s offers a diverse menu of American food and a unique dining atmosphere spanning across two historic buildings. Both locations offer the Old Town brewery’s signature craft beers and menus that cater to traditional dining and pub-fare tastes. For those out late, “Poolside” offers a selection of lighter fare, billiards, shuffleboard and other games for guests to enjoy.


For more information about CooperSmith’s Pub and Brewery 30 Year Anniversary, visit, check out the tribute video on YouTube at and use #CHEERS30YEARS to follow along in the anniversary fun on social.

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