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Infinite Monkey Theorem Opens Bar at the Stanley

Wine on tap and wine to go in a swaky fun space

 
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A second Colorado taproom location from urban winery Infinite Monkey Theorem (IMT) is opening on Thursday in the growing and buzzing Stanley Marketplace. The 2,000 square foot space, which previously served as a breakroom of the former Stanley Aviation manufacturing plant, has been transformed into an eclectic lounge where wines and IMT’s canned portfolio is available for guests to enjoy. Special featured wines include IMT’s latest selection of 2015 Colorado wines, as well as the new canned Dry Hopped Sauvignon Blanc. All wines can also be taken away to go in a bottle, can, or growler.

"We are honored to be a part of an impactful project in the Denver and Aurora communities alongside some of our favorite businesses," said Ben Parsons, winemaker and founder of The Infinite Monkey Theorem. "I’m proud of the wines we’re bringing to the Marketplace and look forward to sharing the fruits of our labor with guests."

To kick off the grand opening, IMT will host a breakroom happy hour from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 23. The taproom will offer $5 canned wine all night with $1 from every glass or can of wine donated to benefit the Colorado University Cancer Research Center. Bites from IMT’s marketplace neighbor, Comida, will be served for an after-work treat.

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2501 Dallas Street, , CO 80010 (720) 990-6743 Visit Website

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