A brewery sensitive to the dietary demands of gluten-free drinkers will launch next week in Lakewood, hoping to capitalize on the growing gluten-free industry.
Brews and Booze
The first half of a major expansion has wrapped up at a Denver brewery, which is launching its new RiNo location Friday.
With a local businessman’s purchase of its Kalamath Street property, a brewery plans to shut down at the end of this week and will be replaced by another Colorado brewer.
A new bar has 40 bars on tap, but no bartenders. Instead, customers pick and pour their drink themselves using touch-screen tablets, and electronic wristbands track their tab.
The beer giant plans to open a small brewery in an upcoming hotel project in RiNo, joining Blue Moon as big names to set up in the growing neighborhood.
After popping the top on the canned wine market, a RiNo winemaker is adding a fizzy drink made with Palisade peaches to its list of single-serve cocktails in aluminum packaging.
A family-run brewpub is hoping to raise $2 million that will be used to get its beer flowing outside of the state and launch new locations.
Shortly after getting his product on store shelves across the country, a distiller is already planning for a boost in production with a large Cherokee Street space to house his aging whiskey.
A new distillery will open in Arvada this weekend, and in addition to selling its own rum, the startup will offer kegs and cans of classic cocktails.
“It’s the most-ordered cocktail in Colorado right now, and we’re the first one to market it,” Mile High Spirits co-owner Joe von Feldt said of the company’s bet on the Moscow Mule.