Check out the Durango Herald article showing how Jim Carver, one of the co-founding brothers of Carver Brewing Co., is back kneading dough after taking a break in 2008. Read More…
What’s Your Beer Personality? The Durango Edition.
Where the Beers Are: Carver’s Highlighted in Wall Street Journal
Carver Brewing Company Chef Dave Cuntz prepares his Butternut Squash Winter Salad and a holiday treat: his Eggnog Créme Brulée dessert.
THINK GREEN DRINK BEER
A Green Business of the Year winner, Carvers has made every effort to protect our future by using thoughtful alternative and sustainable energy solutions. We lead by example by doing everything possible to become more environmentally responsible, and hope that our alternative powered, eco-conscious restaurant and brewery sets the standard.
In April 2008 Carver Brewing Co. installed 16 solar collectors, the largest solar hot water system in Durango at the time. The array not only heats water but heats the restaurant. The array of collectors you see feeds into a solar heated water storage that has a 900 gallon capacity.
Carvers was the first 100% Wind powered Restaurant and Brewery in Durango. We purchase all of our electricity as “Green Power”, electricity generated from clean, renewable resources. This renewable energy and its attributes, comes from wind- generating facilities across the western United States.
We are proud to be members of AWEA
Through contributions and community fundraisers, Carver Brewing Co. and the Carver family have donated over $500,000.00 to the Powerhouse Science Center, an interactive science center for all ages.
How Carver’s Was Almost the First Brewpub in Colorado and Why it Wasn’t. (Hint: Grand Canyon + Boat)
In 1988 Carvers opened the brewery – making it the first brewery in the four corners region since prohibition. Although still known affectionately by the locals as “Carvers”, Carvers then became Carver Brewing Company. Turns out we were just a few months short of claiming the first Brewpub in Colorado. We went on a River Trip