A $7 million restaurant, taproom and production facility on a four-acre plot – complete with its own apple orchard – is coming to Lafayette.
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A beer industry veteran wants to put your favorite neighborhood brewery’s product on tap at bars around the city.
Lost Highway Brewing Co. wants to boost production by 2,000 barrels this year, and plans to put six packs on store shelves.
The budding brewery has enlisted the help of crowdfunding site Kickstarter as it puts finishing touches on its Highlands taproom.
A beer-centered, drinks-only hangout is in the works on Broadway, poised to start pouring by next summer.
Four months after the taps turned off at a popular Colfax beer joint, a new owner has swooped in with a plan to fill the space back up.
A pair of well-worn travelers are trekking into Five Points to open a new brewery.
The company looks to crack the can market, with a 7,500-square-foot production site resembling a craft beer brewery and taproom.
Two first-time Denver entrepreneurs want to have new beer recipes spinning through a former art district laundromat next year.
The 5-year-old brewery has leased a former car dealership on the edge of Olde Town Arvada, with plans to open a new taproom early next year.