A pair of longtime home brewers are finally moving forward with plans to launch their own brewery and are building up their beer operation in a Centennial shopping center.
Brews and Booze
After buying and fixing up a 16-person bike, a former mortgage broker is hauling bar hoppers through Denver’s watering holes and plans to add to his fleet.
A brewery is hoping to tap into a new audience with a second facility for sour and barrel-aged beers outside of the city.
A startup distillery hopes to raise $1million to get its Larimer Street production and taproom off the ground while other area distilling companies pick up speed.
Dozens of Colorado breweries took on national competition at the annual Great American Beer Festival over the weekend, and many left the event with additions to their trophy cabinets.
A $2.6 million real estate purchase, major investments in new equipment, and a deal with a large distributor — that’s the route Denver Beer Co. is taking to spread its suds across the state and pump out twice as much beer.
Hoping to expand the reach of its new canned cocktail, a Ballpark distillery has launched a capital raise and is already nearly halfway to its goal.
Two home brewers have built a business for themselves churning out tailor-made batches of beer for weddings, parties and other events.
A South Cherokee brewery is hoping to help other startup microbrew operations boost their reach with a quality testing lab and distribution business.
As a developer moves to build over its RiNo home, a brewery’s hurried hunt for a larger space will take it out of its namesake neighborhood for the time being.