Parry's Pizza Liberating you from crappy beer

Parry's Pizza combines award-winning New York style pizza alongside tap lists that have been meticulously poured over with style trends and overall consumer demand in mind.

We do pizza and craft beer.

Easy as the consumer.

History in the Making

We began making our pizza in 2007 outside of Denver, Colorado but it wasn't until January of 2012 that we dove into the craft beer scene.

2007 - First store opens in Englewood, CO

2009 - Second store opens in Castle Rock, CO

2012 - Third store opens in Highlands Ranch, CO with 50 taps

2013 - Fourth store opens in Greenwood Village, CO with 50 taps

2015 - Fifth store opens in Northglenn, CO with 120 taps

2016 - Sixth store opens in Longmont, CO With 100 taps

In the past five years, Parry's Pizza has built a reputation amongst our customer base, breweries and distributors, alike: We're known for getting the ultra-rare kegs that enter the state.

Our purchasing power In the state of Colorado has grown to enormous lengths allowing for us to be very choosy when it comes to selecting the proper craft-brewed line up.

The famed, Pliny the Elder, rarely gets out of the state of California but when it does, it comes to Colorado.

Guess who gets the largest allocation in the state of Colorado?

Parry's Pizza.

Our efforts to make Parry's Pizza a haven for the craft beer snob is further amped up with our craft beer events.

National Sour Beer Day 2016

We have a core group of special events throughout the year that bring out the masses to get a taste of some very rare beer and have fun doing it.

Big Ass Tap Takeover with Avery Brewing Co

All of our locations participate in this event. Some locations have upwards of 45 different Avery beers on tap for this day.

The brewery provides support with banners, prizes for customers, free rounds of beer, brewery representatives on site and even a visit from owner, Adam Avery.

National IPA Day

The tap list is always stocked with a wide array of America's favorite beer style. We offer up IPAs that range from state out of state core beers to ultra rare doubles and imperials.

National Sour Beer Day

Over the past few years, the sour style has grown in popularity by leaps and bounds. We saw this trend and propped it up across all of our locations. This event has proven to be quite the draw for the Sour beer lover.

Ugly Sweaters & Barrel Aged Beer

This event really shines and our customers enjoy it, thoroughly. Our staff also show out with their ugly Sweaters for this event and creates an absolutely festive atmosphere. The tap lists are always loaded with fine barrel aged beer.

Customer: "Ugly Sweaters and Barrel Aged Beer is my second favorite event that Parry's puts on."
Parry's Bartender: "What's your favorite?"
Customer: "The Big Ass Tap Takeover with Avery Brewing!"

It's imperative to the success of our brand to make sure that we're doing whatever it takes to get craft beer seekers in the door to showcase to them the lengths we go in purchasing great beer.

These core events do just that, typically increasing sales by upwards of 45% as compared to a normal, non-event day at Parry's.

Pliny the Younger

The beer that people have no problem standing in line for, in the frigid cold, sometimes for hours and not even be assured that they can get a glass.

Yeah, we got that, too!

Scheduled to be tapped at 10am, a line of 45+ people braved temperatures in the teens to grab a glass.

Only high volume, craft beer bars get this beer in Colorado. It speaks highly to our beer program that we were able to secure these coveted kegs.

Other events throughout the year provide even more opportunities for our customers to enjoy craft beer in their own neighborhood like tap takeovers, charity events and others.

dogfish head tap takeover

Our first tap Takeover with Dogfish Head brewing showcased 17 different beers to choose from including 60 Minute, 90 Minute and 120 Minute. This event has gone down as one of our customers' most memorable to date...for good reason.

Beer knOwledge is key

Our staff go through our very own beer education courses every two weeks to ensure that they know how to sell the beer we are privileged enough have on tap.

The partnerships that we have cultivated over the years with breweries all across America are important to us. What better way to thank the breweries for their beer than to do the best job we can presenting it to our customers?

We work with our distribution partners to not only bring great craft beer into our stores but to also carry through on the tools available for education, training and delineation of the craft beer culture

We go the extra mile to promote events that showcase the greatest beer this market has to offer.

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