We’re super excited to share that River North Brewery is moving back into the River North neighborhood of Denver!
We’re coming home!
We are beyond ecstatic to announce that we have finally locked in a location back in our namesake neighborhood, RiNo.
Just this morning, we finalized the deal on a new space at 3400 Blake Street – exactly 10 blocks up the street from our original home.
And oh how we’ve missed the ‘hood.
Featuring a five to seven barrel brewhouse and an expansive south-facing patio for year-round Denver sun, the new flagship taproom is just a couple blocks from the 38th and Blake light rail station and soon-to-open pedestrian bridge to the Brighton Boulevard corridor.
Once up and running, we’ll be brewing plenty of unique small batch beers that will only be available at Blake Street. From stouts to sours to IPAs – some hazy, some bright as a bluebird ski day – the RiNo taproom will offer an ever-changing selection of one-off brews and classic River North beers, too. It will also feature a deep cellar list of vintage River North bottles, a 32-ounce Crowler machine for endless take-home options, and a steady rotation of the city’s best food trucks.
The Washington Street location will maintain its taproom hours for the time being. When Blake Street opens, we may adjust hours at Washington, but it will continue to be our production headquarters for our cans and bottles.
If all goes to plan, we expect to open the Blake Street taproom late this year or in early 2018. When that happens, expect the most epic event in River North Brewery history…the Homecoming Party.
Cheers, and see you again soon RiNo.