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Today’s hours

  • Pumphouse: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Red Zone: 10:00 am-12:00 am
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Beer of the Day

  • Cherry Wildfire Wheat,
    5.0% ABV, $3.50
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Menu Additions!

We've recently refreshed our menu to add a few new items to compliment the long-time favorites. Click on the "Menu" link to see what's new!

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Hours

Pumphouse

  • Monday: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
  • Sunday: 11:00 am-9:00 pm

Red Zone

  • Monday: 3:00 pm-12:00 am
  • Tuesday: 3:00 pm-12:00 am
  • Wednesday: 3:00 pm-12:00 am
  • Thursday: 3:00 pm-12:00 am
  • Friday: 11:00 am-1:00 am
  • Saturday: 10:00 am-1:00 am
  • Sunday: 10:00 am-12:00 am

Location

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Specials

Happy Hour

Early: Monday-Friday, 3:00pm-6:00pm

  • $1.00 Off Pumphouse Pints
  • $1.00 Off All Liquor, Cocktails & Wine
  • $4.00 Long Island Iced Teas
  • $2.00 Off All Appetizers (dine in only)

Late: Nightly 10:00pm-Midnight

  • $1.00 Off Pumphouse Pints
  • $1.00 Off All Liquor, Cocktails & Wine
  • $4.00 Long Island Iced Teas
  • $4.00 "Throwbacks"

Daily Deals

Monday: Burger & Beer

$2.00 Pumphouse Draft w/ Any Burger

Tuesday: Guys' Day

$3.00 Pumphouse Drafts For Guys

Wednesday: Margs

$3.50 Sauza Gold Margaritas

Thursday: Ladies' Day

$3.00 Pumphouse Drafts & House Wines For Gals

Friday: Pitchers

$14.00 Pitchers of Year 'Round Pumphouse Beers

Saturday: Tea Time

$4.00 Long Islands, 4 Varieties

Sunday: Bloodies

$3.50 House Bloody Marys

Late Night Eats

  • Chumley’s Classic Cheeseburger
  • Asiago-Spinach Dip
  • Mediterranean Plate
  • Crispy Potstickers
  • Chili Verde Fries
  • Hot Wings
  • Southwestern Egg Rolls
  • Soft Baked Pretzels
  • Nachos
  • Sweet Potato Fries

History

To the surprise of many, this building has never been home to a real fire station … it was merely a theme that the original Pumphouse founders felt would be successful in combination with the structure itself. Though it has never been a firehouse, the building has a lot of history behind it.

The Pumphouse Brewery is housed in the original “William Lugg Building”. William Lugg was a prominent businessman in Longmont during the early 1900’s. The building was erected on the corner of 6th & Main Street over what was previously a wood & coal storage and sales yard. The Lugg Building was initially used as a garage & repair shop, and was known as the Ford Garage. In subsequent years, the building changed hands a couple of times, and was renamed Power Motor Company & Cleland Motor Company, in turn. In the late 1920’s, Mrs. Ollie R. Boggs leased the building & opened a “high class, up-to-date roller skating rink” named Fairyland. This use lasted only a short while, as Standard Oil of Indiana took over the building in 1930 & remodeled it for a service station. It was a large station in its day & was referred to as “Standard Super Service Station” (S.S.S.S.). Mr. Lugg operated the business himself.

J.W. Rankin purchased the building in 1935, and built his business – Rankin Chevrolet – into the largest dealership in a 6-state region. Six years later, it became Troxell Chevrolet under new ownership, & then again changed hands 10 years later to become Wills & Hajek Chevrolet in 1951. They added an Oldsmobile dealership under the same roof a few years later, and after a few additional expansions, they built a new building for their business, selling the Lugg Building to Firestone Tire Company. Firestone sold tires & serviced cars until 1991, and then leased the building to a real estate office & western wear store. In 1995, the 4 original Pumphouse partners bought the building with big plans in mind.

The Pumphouse opened in May of 1996 as an independently-owned, single-unit brewpub. To become a functional restaurant & brewery, the building had to be transformed radically, though much of the original architecture was left intact to preserve the Historical Landmark status of the building. Renovating a building of this nature – one not originally designed for restaurant use – leads to a somewhat quirky layout, but there is no doubt that the atmosphere is that much more charming & intriguing because of this.

The Red Zone was opened in October of 2004 as an expansion to the established Pumphouse business, with sights set on providing Longmont a first-rate sports bar. The Red Zone addition more than doubled the size of our restaurant, affording us the opportunity to serve a more diverse client base at a time when we were truly running out of space!

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