Sometimes, the delivery trucks carrying carbon dioxide to Left Hand Brewing Co. bring only 10,000 pounds at a time — enough to fill maybe a quarter of one tank. That is, when the deliveries come at all, which they sometimes don’t.
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An attorney for annoyed neighbors calls the punishment “a slap on the wrist” that won’t stop Number 38’s bad behavior.
The owner of So Many Roads reached a settlement with Denver’s licensing department. His other bar, Sancho’s Broken Arrow, faces similar accusations.
The local convenience store chain also expects to open two new locations, by DU and the Anschutz Medical Campus, next month.
A bouncer at the Viceroy Lounge let in an underage police cadet and she was served alcohol because she “looked old enough.”
“I had to create the whole layout since … architects weren’t really clear on the vision,” said co-owner Jimmy Bemis.
The allegation is among a flurry of motions ahead of a November trial. Jurors will be able to visit the Glendale strip club.
“The space and the rooftop patio really inspired the brand,” said a VP of the company that owns The Deck, a taphouse that also serves brunch.
The 75-year-old restaurant and watering hole has struggled financially this year, leading to closures, staffing shortages and infighting.
BrewDog is taking space in a building owned by Dan Huml’s Magnetic Capital.