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]