Denver's new Midtown neighborhood has a unique draw for potential homebuyers.
The development just north of the city is launching with a brewhouse at its center. Bruz Beers, a Belgian-style brewery, will hold its grand opening this weekend at 1675 W. 67th Avenue.
"It's just a really unique situation," said brewery co-owner Ryan Evans. "We're the anchor of this brand new neighborhood."
Located just a few blocks from the soon-to-open light rail, Bruz will grow to include 20 taps of Belgian-style beers. For the grand opening this weekend, they'll debut eight styles along with three flavors of kombucha, and a lineup of live music, food trucks, and dessert options.
Head brewer Charlie Gottenkieny's flagship brews span traditional Belgian styles, from the Dame Blanche Witbier at 5.5 percent ABV to the Jagged Twilight Quadruple at 11.6 percent. The wit was a gold-medal winner at this year's Denver International Beer Competition.