Left Hand Brewing Co. Plans to Open New Location in Denver’s Curtis Park Neighborhood

LHB-CircleLogoDiamond-FullColor-RGBLeft Hand Brewing Co. (Longmont, Colorado) has officially announced that it plans to open its second location later this summer in Denver, Colorado’s Curtis Park neighborhood at 2403 Champa Street.

With construction and redesign set to begin in March 2020, Left Hand’s new outpost will take over a space that was originally built in 1934 to serve as “Denver’s second-oldest commercial printer, the Golden Bell Press, and most recently [housed] Liberati Restaurant, which recently closed.”  Once construction is completed, this 12,000 square foot facility “will feature a seven-barrel pilot brewery, 50 tap handles, full food menu, live music, a large outdoor patio, ample parking, and private event space for up to 300 people.”  To set the vibe and overall atmosphere of this location, Left Hand’s Denver taproom will also “include big screen TVs with local sports packaging, bar games like shuffleboard, pool and foosball, and community-based activities.”

When it comes to the beer lineup at this new facility, the 50 taps will largely feature the brewery’s “current Nitro, Year-Round and Seasonal offerings as well as pilot beers made on site that will be exclusively available at Left Hand Curtis Park.”  This new location will also feature “non-beer beverages including hard kombucha, hard seltzer, and Present CBD-Infused Sparkling Water.”

“We’ve been considering opening a second location in Denver for a long time but have been waiting to find the right spot. We found it,” said Eric Wallace, President and Co-Founder of Left Hand Brewing. “The amenities this location offers are really unparalleled in this area. We are slightly off the beaten path but within blocks of the RiNo Art District and Rockies Field.”

Left Hand Brewing Co. hopes to open its Denver location at some point this summer. The brewery will release further information regarding “its grand opening date, hours of operation, and employment information . . . in the coming weeks.”  Prost!