Olde Town Arvada just met the new kid on the block.
Brews and Booze
A husband-and-wife team plans to open Sapor Coffee & Concepts at an $80 million mixed-use development off Interstate 25 in the Highlands.
After a 20-month absence, River North Brewery is charting a return to the area with a 4,000-square-foot taproom at 34th and Blake streets.
Declaration Brewing is leasing new space in a 31,000-square-foot warehouse on South Cherokee Street between Louisiana and Arkansas avenues.
Two Colorado transplants have whipped up a new coffee business, using special bags to serve up cold brews at home.
The company soon will produce its first 600-case run of canned cocktails, made with gin or vodka and simple syrups.
The roaster and retail brand will open its fourth shop in the former Crumb Café on Holly Street.
Daniel and Talia Haykin are opening Haykin Family Cider at 12001 E. 33rd Ave., where they plan to make alcoholic apple cider that tastes similar to sparkling wine.
Already home to 19 booze-making businesses operating or planned, RiNo will get No. 20 in 2018.
The owner of Colorado Plus Brew Pub in Wheat Ridge is trading hops and yeast for apples as he opens a new cidery in Golden.