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A New Brewery Lands in Berkeley Friday

The Empourium opens March 29

The Empourium
The Empourium
The Empourium [Official Site]

Denver’s newest independent brewery debuts in the Berkeley neighborhood on March 29.

The Empourium brings a neighborhood with sessionable beers alongside César Chávez Park. A 1,500-square-foot tasting room features 12 taps, a mural by Drew Button spanning the entire west wall, and large south-facing windows that look out on the dog-friendly patio. A glass wall reveals the brewery’s 10-barrel brewhouse.

Bang-A-Rang Brut IPA; Peace, Love & Pale Ale; Krusher Cream Ale with peaches apricots, and vanilla beans; Gettin’ Schwifty Saison; and Conditions of My Parole Coffee Blonde are among the first beers available during The Emporium’s grand opening.

“What we liked about the name [The Empourium] is that it implies you’ll be able to find a little bit of everything when you walk through the door,” the company’s website says.

The Empourium is owned by Greg and Sara Fetzer, and partners Mike Cugini, and Justin Vallely.

The Empourium [Official Site]

Where to Dine in the Berkeley Neighborhood [EDEN]

The Empourium

4385 W. 42nd Ave., Denver, CO 80212

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