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Local Brewing Company Plans a Greenwood Village Taproom and Restaurant

Plus a local coffee roaster heads to the airport

Spice Trade Brewing
Spice Trade Brewing
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GREENWOOD VILLAGESpice Trade Brewing and Yak & Yeti with its local Indian restaurants team up on a new brewery dubbed Spice Trade at Orchard Road and South Yosemite Street. The 5,500-square-foot location plans to serve “globally inspired” street food as well as Spice Trade’s beers that are flavored with herbs and spices. The taproom, a full kitchen, a 15-barrel brewery, and a patio are on the agenda for a fall opening. [Westword]

DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — Ethiopian coffee finds a home at the airport this summer when Kabod Coffee debuts. Owner Muluye Hailemariam already roasts coffee from her home country and sells it online, but her first retail shop will sit on the west side of the main terminal. Light roast coffee, local kombucha, fruit smoothies, grab-and-go items, and pastries make the roster. Hailemariam, who has a jewelry kiosk at the airport roasts about 15 pounds of coffee a day, according to Westword. [Westword]

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8500 Peña Blvd, , CO 80249 (303) 342-2000 Visit Website

Spice Trade

8745 Orchard Road, Greenwood Village, CO 80111