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Sausage and Beer Emporium Kline's Beer Hall Channels the European Vibe

Here's a look inside Arvada's newest hot spot.

The space that for a decade was D Note, a bar and music venue, became at the end of January Kline's Beer Hall. A European-inspired beer and sausage palace, Kline's is the brainchild of husband and wife team Mike Huggins and Lenka Juchelkova, who also own the Arvada Tavern just a block away and Union Lodge 1 in Downtown Denver.

The beer selection at the new watering hole brings 48 tap handles of American, German, Czech and Belgian brews. On the food menu, guests will find sausages, some made in house, some sourced from Continental Sausage Company, but also rotisserie chicken, house made pretzels, rolls and biscuits, soups, latkes and other small bites bites.

What's in a name? Arvada's first liquor license was awarded to a man named Adrian Kline in 1933. He was the original owner of the Arvada Tavern and could only use his license for 3.2 percent beer.

Kline's Beer Hall is open daily from 3 to 11 p.m.

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