By Brittany Anas / NewsBreak Denver
(Denver, Colorado) Princess Yum Yum and the gang are coming to Littleton. Denver Beer Co. announced it will open a location in the southern suburb’s downtown this fall at 2409 Main St.
Denver Beer Co. will join other Littleton breweries like Jake’s Brew Bar, also downtown, and Breckenridge Brewery, down the road off Santa Fe Drive.
Known for its beers like Graham Cracker Porter, Princess Yum Yum sour ale and Juicy Freak IPA, the Littleton location will be Denver Beer Co.’s fifth.
The brewery opened a Lowry taproom in February and has two locations in Denver, one on Platte Street and another on Downing Street, plus an outpost in Old Towne Arvada.
The Main Street location will open in a historic building that once housed Jackass Hill Brewery. The renovated space will include a 2,100 square-foot interior space to house the taproom and kitchen, a 1,600 square-foot, all-season patio with fire pits, patio heaters and misters, bike parking and outdoor game spaces.
In addition to its flagship beers, Denver Beer Co. will serve non-alcoholic sips like hop water and housemade lemonade. The brewery will also have a sit-down restaurant with seasonal menus to pair with rotating craft taps.
“This little spot on Main Street is a perfect extension of Denver Beer Co. with its spacious patio and position in the heart of the community,” said Patrick Crawford, co-founder of Denver Beer Co., in a news release. “Downtown Littleton is a thriving business community, and we are looking forward to pouring pints for new friends and neighbors.
Denver Beer estimates its newest brewery will bring 40 jobs to Littleton.