Vail Valley brewery continues expansion in Colorado
EDWARDS — Crazy Mountain Brewing Co.’s growth and expansion continues in the summer of 2017 as it is set to open two new taprooms in the Denver-metro area.
Similar to the taproom at its Denver production facility, the new locations will also feature 24 draft beers, comprised of Crazy Mountain’s year-round portfolio and rotating selections from its limited release Local’s Stash Reserve Series, in addition to other craft offerings, wine and spirits.
The Cherry Creek location, in the CitySet development just southeast of Colorado Blvd. and Cherry Creek Drive South, will open first in mid-July.
The Lakewood taproom, situated in the Belmar Complex at Wadsworth and Alameda, is scheduled to open later in August.
Both locations are surrounded by restaurants, hotels, companies and retailers. While neither location will serve food, Crazy Mountain encourages its patrons to order in from their neighbors while enjoying its vast beer and drink offerings, live music and relaxed energy.
“We are thrilled to be opening our two new taprooms in Cherry Creek and Lakewood. We love that each location will have amazing restaurants, hotels and great shops as neighbors, as well as the surrounding neighborhoods and businesses, and we’re excited to be a part of new communities around Denver. We look forward to Getting Crazy with everyone in our new locations this summer,” said Greg Neale, director of marketing.
The opening of the new taprooms comes on the heels of another Crazy Mountain expansion, as its Denver production facility taproom was recently enlarged and now features an outdoor beer garden as well.
The company’s growth isn’t limited to its retail locations. With distribution now reaching 27 states, and 11 international markets, Crazy Mountain was recognized as the ninth largest production brewer in Colorado, as well as being identified as one of the top-30 fastest growing breweries in the country in 2016 – less than seven years after first opening its doors in Edwards.
Where it all started
Crazy Mountain Brewing Co. is a Colorado-based brewery with production facilities and tap rooms in both Edwards and Denver.
In 2010, Crazy Mountain was founded with one dog and two people and has grown into one of the largest breweries in Colorado, producing hand-crafted beers of the highest quality, which have garnered global attention.
Crazy Mountain’s beers are available in cans, bottles and on draft in 27 states and 11 countries.
For more information, visit crazymountainbrewery.com or follow #getcrazy on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
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