What’s Brewing

We, at Cerberus, like so many breweries before us, believe in an organization with roots in the Community and an active involvement with groups in our city that strive to better the environment we live in.

Our business model is based on a simple principle; make everyone feel welcomed and exceed guest expectations by providing friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive service with a smile, paired with the best beer and food in town.

No Big Deal Kolsch

Clean and crisp, slightly fruity.

Grist: German Pilsner, White Wheat, Vienna
Hops: Calypso

ABV: 5%
IBU: 24
Tiny Umbrella Party IPA

Tropical, not overly bitter.

Grist: American 2 Row, Carapils, Crystal 10
Hops: Citra, El Dorado, Mosaic

ABV: 6.3%
$5 (16oz)
IBU: 59
Perpetual Cycle

Slightly malty but has a nice crisp finish.

Grist: Pilsner, Vienna
Hops: German Magnum, German Saphir

ABV: 5%
$5 (16oz)
IBU: 33
Elysium IPA

Hazy, Tropical, Citrusy, and Crushable.

Grist: American 2 Row, Carapils, Flaked Oats
Hops: Apollo, Citra, Mosaic, Azacca

ABV: 6.2%
$5.50 (16oz)
IBU: 54

What’s Being Said!

All the elements of Cerberus Brewing Co. seem to have fallen into place organically. For former Brewers Republic manager and long-time home brewer Josh Adamski, taking the helm as part-owner and head brewer is just another example of assembling a top notch squad. Cerberus is creating something a little different and pushing the envelope of what we can expect from a brewpub.
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- Dionne Roberts

To be perfectly honest, it’s been a few years since we had an amazing brewery open here in Colorado Springs. Yes, we’ve had some breweries open, but none with the showing that Cerberus had right off the bat. Their brewpub has been off the charts good from day one, partly due to the beer— thanks to head brewer Josh Adamski’s downright pickiness—but mostly because they’ve taken the time to perfect the experience before opening up.
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- Ryan Hannigan