River North Brewery has lived happily at 2401 Blake Street since its inaugural pouring in February of 2012. For three-and-a-half years, the Belgian-inspired brewery has garnered a loyal following and made a name for itself on the ever-expanding map of Denver breweries. This weekend will be the final chance to enjoy a River North brew at its Blake Street location.
The blowout bash is this Friday and Saturday from 12 to 10 p.m. with a special release black currant edition of Funk the Man brettanomyces saison series. To lighten the load for the brewery's move to its new home at 6021 Washington Street, rare River North kegs will also be pouring throughout the weekend. La Casita will be serving tamales to crowds on Friday and Roaming Bull Brasserie will dish out its signature tapas plates all day Saturday.
The brewery's new location on Washington Street will include both an increased production facility and tap room and is expected to be up and running this December. In order to remain true to the brewery's namesake, an additional location with a pilot brewery and tap room for the RiNo neighborhood is in the works as well.