7/6: WE ARE OPEN!!!!
6/28 This week we announced our opening date of
Friday, July 6th, 2018!
We'll have 5 beers on tap initially (12 when we're in full swing!):
Pixie Slap Pale Ale
Punflex Cream Ale
A-Dobie Cilantro-Lime Saison
Peabody NE IPA
Don't forget to pre-register your pooch to save time when you get here.
7/6/18: We opened to the public officially!
Our extremely warm reception in the area has humbled and we are ever so grateful to have found a welcoming home in the West Littleton area. We met so many wonderful people who have cheered us on, championed our cause to the Board of County Commissioners, followed us on social media, listened to our podcast appearances and stopped by to chat while we were working on the dog play yard. We hope you continue your patience while we get to know you and put faces with names!
This is a community who cares about their neighbors and strives to bring people together. Many neighbors organized and walked over together as a group! We're amazed, humbled and thrilled to report we poured just under 1,000 beers in one day!
We're working hard to get our inventory up and have some exciting beers coming soon. We're also listening to your suggestions, we heard a lot from amber, red and sour fans and we want you to know those are all in the works!
We regret that we did not open with as many verities as we planned, but we're not about to stop a good beer from fermenting. We'd rather have to explain a shortage than serve beer that isn't ready and we hope you all continue to exhibit your infinite patience with us as we strive for excellence in our product.
4/9/18 We passed our final inspection! No opening date yet, but we promise to publish it here and social media as soon as we know! Getting closer!
3/3/18: Wow, what a wild ride it has been! Brewing equipment has been moved in and construction is almost done! We still have a lot of work to do, but it is getting done!
10/30/17: Construction is progressing!
Special thanks to the following for all the heavy lifting: Sean at Peak View Brewing, Brian & Larry. Thanks Eric & Co for removing the playground equipment and pulling out some railroad ties with their skid-steer!
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