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.
Brews and Booze
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.
For their second outpost, husband and wife Joy and Gordon McKennon are restarting the equipment at a shuttered Aurora brewery.
The brand will add a shop and grow its roasting operation at new digs in a former Compton Mart on Colfax Avenue.
The coffee seller, founded in 2015, has landed a five-year lease for a second shop near Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood.
A brewery says a legal dispute with its landlord has left it unable to access a half-million dollars worth of equipment in Edwards.
A distillery makes its debut in RiNo, Brewer’s Association announces dates for American Craft Beer Week, and other booze news around Denver.