Holiday Hours

The Holiday Season is in full swing! Here are our updated Holiday Hours.


  • Christmas Eve – Open until 4:00pm, Kitchen closes at 3:00pm
  • Christmas Day – Closed
  • New Year’s Day – Closed


  • Christmas Eve – Closed
  • Christmas Day – Closed
  • New Year’s Day – Open from 12:00pm – 9:00pm


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The holiday season has arrived which means one thing – CooperSmith’s Jingle Ale! Come celebrate with bagpipers and holiday cheer at CooperSmith’s Annual Jingle Ale Tapping Party on Tuesday, December 4 starting at 5pm.

Specials Include:

  • $3 Scrumpy Cider, Jingle Ale & Barley Wine All Day
  • $15 Jingle Ale 64 oz. Growler
  • $8.50 Jingle Ale 32 oz. Growler
  • $6 Appetizer Specials Start at 5pm (While Supplies Last)
    • Sausage rolls with beer mustard for dipping
    • Korean BBQ street tacos
    • Crab cakes with slaw and remoulade
    • Chicken drumsticks with mashed potatoes and brown gravy
    • Duck, sweet corn and cream cheese wontons with sweet chili sauce

What does CooperSmith’s Jingle Ale taste like? This amber ale has a nice maltiness but the spices are what really contribute its unique character. Clove, mace (nutmeg), cinnamon, orange peel, cardamom and ginger root are added for that delicious holiday flavor.

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29th Anniversary Celebration Menu

Two for $29 Specials

Another year down, another anniversary to celebrate! Join us November 5-9 for our 2 for $29 specials from 5-10PM. See menu below.

Main Course

Grilled Ribeye Steak

Served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables and topped with a whipped herb butter.

Grilled New York Strip Steak

Served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables. Finished with a Gorgonzola butter.

Creamy Dijon Chicken

Grilled chicken breast tossed in a creamy Dijon sauce with bacon, tomato and spinach. Served over roasted garlic mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables.


Pork loin pounded thin and breaded and deep-fried. Served over roasted garlic mashed potatoes with bacon beer sauerkraut and topped with a lemon cream sauce.

Highland Cottage Pie

Lamb, celery, carrots, onion and mashed potato layered in a pie crust and topped with a lamb gravy. Served with homemade applesauce.

Fish & Chips

Crispy breaded cod deep-fried and served with pub chips and a horseradish mayonnaise.

Two Pints

Dessert to Share

(Mini white chocolate cups filled with chocolate mousse)

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CooperSmith’s Announces New Happy Hour Specials!

Happy Hour just got… happier – introducing the new CooperSmith’s Happy Hour!

Monday through Friday, join CooperSmith’s Pubside or Poolside for Happy Hour from 3-6pm!
Enjoy specials on appetizers, beer, wine, and wells!

CooperSmith's Happy Hour Daily - Monday through Friday 3-6PM

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The Man Behind Sigda’s Ghost Chili Beer

John Sigda, Sigda's Chili Beer namesake

Sigda’s Ghost Chili Beer is back on tap at Coopersmith’s Pub and Poolside, and lovers of spicy foods are already making room in their schedule to enjoy a pint of one of Fort Collins’ most unique brews.

Living up to the ghost chili promise, Sigda’s packs more heat than your traditional chili beer. There’s more to life (and beer) than pure heat, though, so we age Sigda’s on a blend of Anaheim, jalapeno, Serrano, habanero and ghost peppers, giving it a blend of raw pepper aromatics that perfectly complement the fiery kick this blonde delivers.

Chili beer fanatics may be familiar with the beer, the man that inspired it isn’t as widely known. Before becoming the architect of our menu, Coopersmiths’ brewer, Brad, served in the Peace Corps in Kenya in 1983. While helping locals develop their infrastructure, he worked alongside John Sigda. Sigda grew up in Poland, eating those spice-laden traditional dishes of Central Europe, and continued his quest for mouth-burning eats, exploring African spices.

It wasn’t just Sigda’s love of hot food that inspired Brad to name one of Coopersmith’s craft beers after him, though. Sigda graduated from Harvard and spoke fluent Swahili. His father was a plumber and, despite his ivy-league credentials, never lost the respect for everyday folks.

Sigda’s Ghost Chili beer isn’t for the faint of heart, so it’s OK if you’re not ready to fire up your taste buds with a pint. Coopersmith’s in Old Town Fort Collins has a craft beer to suit virtually every taste. Summer favorites like Fairway Session IPA and What-A-Melon are on tap, while year-round staples like Punjabi Pale Ale and Horsetooth Stout are ready to meet your hoppy or malty preferences. Looking for something more refined? We have a Bourbon Barrel Barleywine (aged in barrels from Four Roses Distillery) and Cask Conditioned Punjabi Pale Ale on tap.

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