Back home and time for the trip report. Thanks to everyone upfront for the good information.
Started in Ft. Collins, went to New Belgium, Odells, and Equinox. That was about all we could handle in 1.5 days in town. Really liked Odells and Equinox for the beers. New Belguim had a great atmosphere, but some of the beers were hit and miss.
We drove south and decided not to stop at Boulder or Longmont - too early in the day. Did stop at Amicas in Salida ( cool old mining town we might go back to someday) and liked the IPA and Black Lager. Poncha Springs was close by, and we stopped at Elevation. That place is making some tasty beers. The Apis Quad sample was so tasty, the wife bought a 750 to take home.
Spent a night in Alamosa as I was tired of driving. Went to San Louis Valley Brewing for dinner and a beer. The wife had a Vanilla Cream Ale - she missed the Vanilla part - and did not like it. I had the IPA, but it was the 427 IPA and not the regular. This one was grainy and not overly hoppy - meh. Food was very good though.
The next day we drove west, too early to stop at 3 barrel in Del Norte. At Pagossa Springs we stopped at Pagossa Brewing for one and a light lunch. We regretted the fact that we were not spending the night here. I had a very good IPA and she had an excellent Cream Ale. Stopped at Chimney Rock to tour the ruins.
On to Durango, which was a zoo due to a motorcyle event in the area. Too much traffic and too many loud Harleys on the streets. We did stop at Ska for one, and got a couple of 6 packs to go. Decided to go to Cortez for the night. Stopped at Main Streeet brewing, which did not impress us.
Spent 4 nights in Moab as we were going to do several hikes in the Parks. Went to the Moab brewery twice. The beers are OK for 4% session beers, and we each found ones we liked. She liked the Dead Horse Ale, I liked the IPA (a little thin, but at 4% what do you want?). Ate there one night, and the food is not as good as it was many years back - she wanted the sweet potato fries but not on the menu now. I remember the tri-tips being very good, but those were just stips of brisket, and not very good brisket.
Hiked to Delicate Arch one morning, in the dark. Wanted to see the sunrise from there on my 60th birthday (yeah I'm old). It was a good hike and a good way to celebrate. Also had an outstanding dinner at Desert Bistro to celebrate, also (drank wine that night).
On the way back to Denver we stopped at Crazy Mountain in Edwards. This place was not much to see, but the beers were excellent, well crafted, and very drinkable. I agree, this is a "Do Not Miss" place on I-70.
In Denver we had to try Prost. Very good Pilsner and Dunkel. The Gemuchlickite was appropriate. Recommend this one to anyone that wants a good lager.
All in all a fun trip. Thanks again to all for the recommendations.