A Quick Visit to C.B. & Potts Highlands Ranch

It was only after a long day of day drinking that we made our way to C.B. & Potts Highlands Ranch. As members of the Colorado Parrot Head Club, we spent the day working on our St. Patrick’s Day parade float. (It’s amazing, by the way, but that’s beside the point.) As everyone knows, you can’t build a St. Patrick’s Day float without beer, so we had several over the course of the day. That’s why when we met up at C.B. & Potts after the build, we each only had one beer. We’ll have to pay another visit to try more of the brews on their menu. 

The Big Horn Blonde at C.B. & Potts Brewery & Restaurant.
The Big Horn Blonde at C.B. & Potts

Why This C.B. & Potts?

We picked the C.B. & Potts Highlands Ranch location is because our buddy Brian works here. Brian actually was our server during our visit, so needless to say, service was excellent! He kept our whole crazy crew happy, which was no easy feat. If you’re reading this C.B. & Potts… that Brian dude really deserves a raise or at least a good pat on the back!

Now that I’ve shamelessly promoted our friend let’s get to the important stuff, the beer! I had the Big Horn Blonde, which as you’d expect was super light and crisp, and hit the spot after a day spent working in the sun. Jeff had the Big Red Ale IPA which was also very tasty and well-balanced. I wish I could say more about the beers, but we were pretty spent and honestly more focused on socializing than taking great tasting notes. Sorry, not sorry.

The food at C.B. & Potts was pretty interesting. It’s mostly your normal brewpub fare, but this night they were pushing something called a Burger Dog. Sorry, but WTF is that? Is it a hot dog trying to be a burger, or a burger trying to be a hot dog? Either way, that’s a HARD PASS. Instead, we shared an order of the Wisconsin White Cheddar Cheese Bites. They were tasty and paired nicely with our beer.

Overall, C.B and Potts made for a fun night of food, friends and of course, beer. We tend to frequent more small batch, independent breweries, but Potts makes some solid, good beers. I look forward to visiting the other locations and trying other varieties on our beer tour of Colorado.

Pay C.B. & Potts a Visit

Maybe you can figure out the Burger Dog. Tell Brian we said hi.

C.B. & Potts Restaurant & Brewery
43 West Centennial Blvd
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

Cheers!

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