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Golden Bee doesn’t just have a bar, it is a bar — or rather, a Victorian-era English pub. In fact, Golden Bee originally came to The Broadmoor back in 1961 as a collection of panels and fixtures from a real 19th-century pub that were shipped from England and reassembled in Colorado Springs. It specializes in English ales served the traditional way, in pints, steins or yards — as the tall, beaker-like vessels secured by wooden stands are called — but Scotch also figures prominently in the full bar’s selection. Be sure to try Bristol Brewery’s 50th Anniversary ESBee pint, one of the signature beverages at Golden Bee.
The Golden Bee has a beautiful mahogany bar that was part of a 19th-century pub in England that was later dismantled and shipped to the U.S. Yards of ale, cocktails, wine and other beverages, as well as the food menu are served at the bar.