Tried a new brewery here in Aurora – address is actually Centennial – Two22 Brewing. Try to Google that. Okay, it’s a nice venue, home to a seven-barrel stainless steel rig operated by Page. Page has made the smart decision to concentrate on the beer and bring in food trucks. I tried a five-brew sampler set. Page apparently isn’t too bound by style, her APA included enough roasted malt that it was really no longer an American Pale Ale, still it was a good beer. The two best were the Wheat and the Brown. She did interesting things with the wheat, essentially making a Wit with a German Hefeweizen yeast, although I couldn’t pick up any orange except from the malts. Coriander was very subdued, a plus. I summed up the blonde by calling it a Smithwick’s. Maybe a Newcastle sans skunking. Still it’s a good brown. The blonde was thin and relatively flavorless, the IPA a hop-forward bitter brew with little malt backbone and I’ve already mentioned the flaws of the APA. Still, a good little brewery, worth looking up for a pint. Just be sure to Google two22.