Phish Dicks at Station 26

Stun the puppy! Burn the whale!

We are excited to welcome Phish fans to Denver by releasing a special beer this Labor Day weekend, 8/31 - 9/2. Palley's Comet will be available in our taproom in specially-designed 32oz to-go crowlers for folks to take away to the campground and lots at Dicks. Or, you are welcome to hang out with us and enjoy the beers off the taps.

Details on the beer release below, along with a schedule of live music, food, and general brewery hours. See you Labor Day weekend!



PALLEY’S COMET: a Vermont-style pale ale. Brewed with Apollo, Galaxy, and Comet hops for an especially intergalactic hop bill. Hazy, smooth, and 5.5% ABV.


We’re pumped to have THREE bands at the brewery during the weekend before the Phish shows (one each day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday).

Friday, August 31: DELICIOSA on the patio from 2:00 - 5:00. Deliciosa combines rock, funk, reggae, folk, hip-hop, punk, and jam music to deliver a unique sound that will leave anyone’s ears feeling deliciosa. Local to Denver, and all about the good times. Check out their new EP “Stange Arcade” HERE.

Saturday, September 1: RASTASAURUS, also from 2:00 - 5:00. Rastasaurus hails from Denver and plays their own unique style dubbed as “New American Reggae.” Mixing a blend of influences from improvisational, reggae, rock, and everything in between the band leaves a lasting musical impression everywhere they go.

Sunday, September 2: BOTTLEROCKET HURRICANE, from 2:00 - 5:00 on the outside patio. Bottlerocket Hurricane will help us strip it down for the Sunday activities by bringing us a bit of jammy bluegrass. An eclectic mix of Bluegrass, Blues, and Americana, and comprised of six musicians who met in Colorado. Bottlerocket Hurricane combines lyrical originals and complex instrumentals, and will be throwing in a few Phish and Grateful Dead covers for us to keep the good times rolling.


The brewery will open each day (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) at 11:00 a.m. Order 26 Food Truck will also be open on our outside patio for lunch, so come and grab the sustenance you need to get through the day. You are also welcome to bring in your own grub!

Whatever you do, take care of your shoes.

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