Construction is well underway at Prost Brewing, a German-style brew house slated to open at the beginning of August. Head brewer Bill Eye, whose brewing resume includes shuttered Tabernash Brewing, C.B. & Potts and most recently, Dry Dock Brewing Company, tells Eater that the brewery will feature a large beer hall that seats 80 patrons and a patio that seats an additional 60 people. With a dedication to providing the ultimate German experience, the Prost team will deck the beer hall with German flags, Bavarian banners, vintage beer glasses and trinkets from the '50s and '60s. And beginning this weekend, Eye will start brewing three of the brewery's staples in copper kettles, including a revival of Altfränkisches Dunkel Bier, Weißbier (hefeweizen, which is Eye's gold medal speciality) and Prost Pils. Eye will also introduce rotating seasonal beers, along with guest taps from contracted breweries like Dad & Dudes Breweria out of Aurora. We'll have to wait a few weeks for photos of the finished brewhouse, but until then, quench that curiosity with these plywood photos.
Prost Brewing [Photos: Adam Larkey]