Serving up Burgers, Salads, Beers, and more, the Telluride Brewing Co Brewpub is back for the ski season and better than ever.
TELLURIDE, CO (December 16, 2021) - Telluride Brewing Co is thrilled to announce fantastic new food offerings at their Mountain Village Brewpub, courtesy of locally owned Counter Culture - a restaurant focused on elevating classic American dishes using quality, locally sourced ingredients.
A thoughtful menu, designed to complement Telluride Brewing Co’s extensive lineup of core and experimental beers, ranges in price from $4 to $14.50, while offering delicious options to meet most dietary needs, utilizing local food as much as possible.
Ingredients are sourced from all over the western slope of Colorado, and used to create Vegetarian Grain Bowls, loaded Hammer Fries, house-made brioche buns for their freshly ground, grass-fed burgers, and more. Companies like Vicki’s Fresh Food Movement and Farm Runners visit area farms weekly, making local food accessible to both restaurants and consumers in Telluride.
“Our food is crafted by more than just our hands,” explains Grace Mayer, Co-Owner of Counter Culture. “The farmers, ranchers, and artisans of the Western slope cultivate each ingredient from the start. We get to honor these ingredients by using a fine dining approach to create wonderful, casual food.”
Currently neighbors at their Lawson Hill locations, Counter Culture’s local approach to dining and commitment to quality is the perfect parallel to Telluride Brewing Co and their commitment to serving as Colorado’s local brewery. Both companies are dedicated to catering to the community and look forward to serving everyone with their affordable prices and lovingly crafted goods.
“We couldn’t be happier to further our relationship with Counter Culture,” says Tommy Thacher, President and Co-Founder of Telluride Brewing Co. “We’ve really enjoyed watching them grow in their flagship location, so when the opportunity to work together presented itself, we were grateful that the pieces fell into place.”
Not only do the two companies pair well, but so do their menus. Foodies will enjoy Telluride Brewing Co’s famed Tempter IPA with Counter Culture’s Beer-chos (made with TBC beer cheese) or the Award-winning Face Down Brown alongside the CC Burger.
Counter Culture patrons can look forward to a thoughtful and evolving menu, price breaks for workers in uniform, and made from scratch, qualit