Co-founder Scott Tucker: “There are lots of little neighborhoods that still need a brewery.”
Brews and Booze
CEO: “The brewery experience is very dynamic. A table could start with two people, then grow to 10, and then two different people will be all that’s left.”
The company says the location at DIA “supports our strategy of being a strong regional brewery with a focus on our own backyard.”
The company says the Malt House will increase its production capabilities more than 10-fold.
Son Ian Burks on the name: “We ended up with Ohm because it’s an electrical term that’s easy to play off — something like, ‘Join the resistance against bad beer.’”
Cornerstar Wine & Liquor LLC, managed by Shelly Dragul, said in a filing last week it owes at least $1 million to creditors.
The spot near Duke University will be called The Northern Spy.
Peak View Brewing Co. ended up in the Denver Tech Center municipality after initially looking for space in Castle Rock.
Old 121 Brewhouse will offer a line of house-made craft sodas along with its alcoholic beverages.
It will be the chain’s first company-operated location in Denver and third in Colorado.