Sipping a cold brew on a hot summer afternoon under the gaze of the towering Rockies should be a universal human right. In Denver, it pretty much is thanks to more than 150 breweries and dozens of beer bars to choose from — not to mention the behemoth Coors factory just up Sixth Avenue in Golden. The only way to experience this properly is to book a stay in the city, lace up your best walking shoes, and hit the pavement because it’s never too far to the next taproom. These Airbnbs in Denver put you close to the city’s best breweries.

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1. Entire guesthouse walking distance to RiNo and Five Points

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Before arriving in Denver, write these four letters on the back of your hand, so you don’t forget them: RiNo. In Mile High parlance, this stands for River North, a little section of the city that’s unequivocally the greatest beer neighborhood in the United States, and probably the world. Likely, no one has ever tried this, but theoretically, you could grab a group of friends and split up — each heading to a different brewery — and conduct a solo pub crawl for multiple hours without ever running into each other. This Airbnb in Denver is the perfect start and endpoint of said pub craw. Fortunately, it’s also located along a popular route for food delivery services and a stone’s throw from The Source food hall.

Nearby breweries: Blue Moon, Mockery Brewing, Black Shirt Brewing, Cohesion Brewing, River North Brewery, Ironton Distillery and Crafthouse, 14er Brewing and Taphouse
Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $108 per night

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2. Rustic red brick loft in Five Points

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Five Points is Denver’s most historic neighborhood, home to a classic jazz culture and multiple historic music venues. This steampunk-designed loft is in the heart of the neighborhood and the living room is the perfect place for a delivery spread from nearby Birdcall, one of Denver’s hottest restaurants for fried chicken. Plan a route for your day in advance because there are brewpubs in every direction. You want to finish along Larimer or Walnut Streets, effectively making a nearly completed circle. Your legs (or a bike) can carry you even farther to Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, and its surrounding nightlife district. This area is also home to — appropriately — several more breweries and the city’s most famous beer bar, Falling Rock Tap House, which features more than 200 brands of suds.

Nearby breweries: Spangalang Brewing, Woods Boss Brewing, Great Divide, Our Mutual Friend, Odell Five Points Brewhouse, Epic Brewing, 10 Barrel
Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $159 per night

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3. Townhouse in RiNo/Five Points with yard

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This townhouse is the perfect middle point between the two listings above. The townhouse itself is cozy and spacious, with a fenced-in yard for patio sessions. A Colorado flag provides an ideal selfie backdrop. From RiNo and Five Points, head east via car to visit City Park, a large greenspace home to both the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Downtown Denver is also a quick jaunt away. Of the Airbnbs in Denver for beer drinkers, this one is the most centrally located.

Nearby breweries: Spangalang Brewing, Woods Boss Brewing, Blue Moon, Mockery Brewing, Black Shirt Brewing, Cohesion Brewing, River North Brewery, Ironton Distillery, and Crafthouse, 14er Brewing and Taphouse, Great Divide, Our Mutual Friend, Odell Five Points Brewhouse, Epic Brewing, 10 Barrel
Three guests, one bedroom
$179 per night

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4. Sunny cottage in the trendy LoHi neighborhood

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LoHi, or Lower Highlands, is the trendiest part of town. This Airbnb is in a perfect spot for beer drinking, skyline views, and rooftop patios. Start your day with lunch at Avanti Food and Beverage, a massive two-story food hall with a patio overlooking the downtown skyline. Here, plan your beer trail through the neighborhood beginning west of Interstate 25, and then proceeding under the overpass to the breweries on the east side. Denver Beer Co. buzzes with action from the early afternoon on, particularly on weekends, so make this the meeting point if other groups will be joining you along the way. For a bit of variety on tap along with a great meal, stop into the Ale House.

Nearby breweries: Zuni Street Brewing, Prost Brewing, Denver Beer Co., Cerveceria Colorado
Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $164 per night

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5. Architect-owned home in the Arts District, Lincoln Park

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Denver is on full display in this home, lined with local art and furniture and featuring a ladder-accessed loft. This home is great for small groups, and it has plenty of space to lounge without crowding each other. The neighborhood, Lincoln Park, is a great base for exploring Denver because it’s just south of the downtown traffic and crowds, but still a short bike ride or Uber from the action if you want to head out to a show or restaurant in the city center. The Santa Fe Arts District is home to the popular First Friday Art Walk (and Renegade Brewing, which is the place to be before, during, and after the outdoor events). The Denver Broncos stadium, Empower Field at Mile High, is also nearby. And the neighborhood is home to a handful of cozy breweries popular with locals meeting for after-work pints or plotting their mountain escape for the coming weekend.

Nearby breweries: Wit’s End Brewing, Renegade Brewing, Raices Brewing
Six guests, two bedrooms
$258 per night

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6. Speer/Broadway townhouse with hot tub

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Another solid beer district sits along Broadway, just south of downtown and Capitol Hill. This area has long been known as a hub for the local punk, metal, and indie scenes, with venues large and small, including the Gothic Theatre and Hi-Dive. This Denver townhome rental is walking distance from Broadway and Lincoln Ave., and no one has ever complained about a hot tub after a day of brews cruisin’.

Nearby breweries: TRVE, Baere Brewing, Banded Oak Brewing, Counter Culture Brewery + Grille, Lockdown Brewery + Kitchen
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $140 per night

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7. Historic Victorian house in Baker neighborhood

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Just north of the above listing, this home remains within walking distance of Broadway and its brewpubs and nightlife while offering more space to accommodate larger groups like bachelor or bachelorette parties among close friends. The neighborhood is vibrant and rich in art, music, and dining, while the home remains tucked away and quiet. Parking is included for two or three vehicles, a major bonus in the city.

Nearby breweries: TRVE, Baere Brewing, Banded Oak Brewing, Counter Culture Brewery + Grille, Lockdown Brewery + Kitchen, Renegade Brewing
Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $250 per night

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8. Large house near Sloan’s Lake/West Colfax

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West Colfax is too often overlooked by Denver’s beer guests. The neighborhood not only has the city’s best lake for boating, lounging, or running around, it’s also home to a tight collection of craft breweries that have become staples in the area. This house is perfect for larger groups — again, bachelor or bachelorette parties, family reunions, or work retreats — as well as those visiting town for a Broncos game and wanting to add some beer stops along the way.

Nearby breweries: Joyride Brewing, WestFax Brewing, Barquantine Brewing, Oasis Brewing, Hogshead Brewery, Seedstock Brewery
Ten guests, four bedrooms
Price: $228 per night

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9. Downtown and Five Points loft — best bachelor party Airbnb in Denver

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This loft is among the best bachelor or bachelorette party Airbnbs in Denver, no doubt. Right downtown with room for 14 guests, this loft has a rooftop spa and lounge space with an incredible skyline view. It’s also within walking distance to no less than half a dozen breweries and much of the city’s nightlife. Split that cost up among your crew, and don’t even worry about renting a car or taking rideshares — you can walk and take the light rail everywhere from here.

Nearby breweries: Spangalang Brewing, Woods Boss Brewing, Blue Moon, Mockery Brewing, Black Shirt Brewing, Cohesion Brewing, River North Brewery, Ironton Distillery, and Crafthouse, 14er Brewing and Taphouse, Great Divide, Our Mutual Friend, Odell Five Points Brewhouse, Epic Brewing, 10 Barrel
14 guests, three bedrooms
Price: $732 per night

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420 friendly Airbnbs in Denver

10. 420-friendly Airbnb near downtown Denver

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Located just off Ruby Hill Park, this 420-friendly Denver Airbnb gives you access to the best of the city including Santa Fe Arts District and South Broadway, both just minutes away. In winter, Ruby Hill Park features a snowboard jib park — perfect for a pre-420 activity. Hop on Highway 285 west towards Interstate 70 when the mountains call, or catch the light rail do downtown Denver for nightlife, live music, and events. You’ll love the video game artwork in the home, including framed game inserts and a large Zelda bit artwork in one of the bedrooms.

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Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $135 per night

11. Mt. Rosalie Cabin, Bailey

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Mountain cabins and 420 go together like skiing and PBR. This Colorado cabin on Airbnb is located in Bailey, just south of the Denver metro, is the quaintest of all Denver 420-friendly Airbnbs. Despite being a mountain cabin, the property is outfitted with a large living room, kitchen, bathroom, and plenty of space for your gear.

Five guests, two bedrooms
Price: $106 per night

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12. 420-friendly Denver Airbnb near RiNo, breweries, ballpark

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Stay in the heart of Denver in this 420-friendly Airbnb. The spot is well-equipped and cozy, with a great new kitchen to prepare a post-420 feast. Everything in central Denver is either walkable or a quick Uber ride away, including plenty of bars, restaurants, Coors Field, and the 16th St. Mall. RiNo is Denver’s trendiest neighborhood, and a stay here puts you right in the heart of it. There’s also a workstation, making this property ideal for remote workers.

Three guests, one bedroom
Price: $78 per night

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