Tivoli Distributing Co. will cease operations in two months; and two other companies will distribute its beer.
Brews and Booze
Another Denver-area brewery is closing – a caution sign in an industry that exploded over the last 10 years.
The beer maker, which drew customers with drinks, food and a game room, will make its final pours May 27.
Following months of lease and repair negotiations, the Colorado brewery is at risk of being evicted for the second time this year.
The additions and upgrades to its facility could boost production by 60 times in the next three years.
A 2-year-old Golden company that produced 750 barrels of gluten-free beer last year is constructing a facility capable of turning out 20,000.
The fifth annual Collaboration Fest took over the Hyatt Regency to pour beers made by a collection of brewery matchups.
Beryl’s Beer Co. is listed for sale, Colorado Craft Beer Week approaches, and three new breweries are opening in a busy month for booze news.
Co-founder Mike Blandford described the $2.5 million sale as the “tip of the iceberg” in its expansion plans.
The neighborhood staple known for handmade, pour-over coffee is making it a double shot.