So Many Roads was shut down last November due to cocaine dealing, then reopened and sold beer to an underage cadet.
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It opened in 2019 in the former Grand Lake Brewing space.
Scott Kerkmans has raised $2 million to operate Confluence Whiskey Project until he has product ready for sale.
Holidaily Brewing Co. did $3.1 million in revenue last year, and has raised $1 million toward its goal.
Tapville Social began in Illinois, and actually does more business in cocktails than beer.
“It was sort of an impulsive decision to open the bar down there,” said Matthew Fuerst, who resorted to stocking Coors Light in an attempt to gin up sales.
The brewery specializing in ‘pre-colonial’ beers has dealt with COVID, inflation and a car crashing into it.
Documents submitted to the city as recently as last month envisioned the RiNo property being home to a restaurant dubbed “The Rustic.”
The biggest winner was Verboten Brewing and Barrel House, which garnered three medals.
MobCraft Beer cited “myriad unfortunate events.”