Stanley Beer Hall, opening soon, will have 30 draft lines with 25-28 rotating beers

The centerpiece of the in-the-works Stanley Marketplace is almost ready to welcome guests.

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The ghost of the old Stanley Marketplace sign, which is currently being refinished. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) stanley marketplace; aurora; development; food; construction; kevinjbeaty; denver; colorado; denverite;
The ghost of the old Stanley Marketplace sign, which is currently being refinished. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The centerpiece of the in-the-works Stanley Marketplace is almost ready to welcome guests.

Stanley Beer Hall should be open by late September or early October, bringing a traditional beer hall with rustic, French-inspired food to the old Stanley Aviation building.

The beer hall will be run by 5280 Hospitality, along with Denver chef Theo Adley (currently of RiNo Yacht Club, formerly of the Squeaky Bean). It will have 30 draft lines with 25-28 rotating beers primarily from Colorado and the West Coast. It’ll also have cocktails on tap and cold-brew coffee from local roasters.

“We’re aiming to create a Colorado beer garden,” Dustin Skudlarek, founder of 5280 Consulting and 5280 Hospitality, said in a press release. “We’re lucky enough to be located amongst so many amazing brewers, and we want to showcase what’s happening in Colorado’s craft beer scene. Our food options will be designed for Colorado diners as well; we want Stanley Beer Hall to be a place where people feel good about eating two or three times a week, so we’ll take a fresh approach to conventional expectations for a beer hall.”

The idea for Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St., started with some Stapleton residents who wanted to open a local beer garden. It’s since evolved into a massive market akin to The Source in RiNo, with 100,000 square feet and 22 acres of businesses.

Stanley Beer Hall will occupy 9,000 of those square feet with communal tables, a concrete slab bar, an open kitchen, green space with lawn games and art created from the original electric boxes at Stanley Aviation. Two large, overhead doors can open up to create a sort of indoor/outdoor space.

Stanley Martketplace is hiring

There will be an on-site hiring fair from 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday.

Fifteen of the businesses — including Denver Biscuit Co., Annette, Stanley Beer Hall and Rosenberg’s Bagels — will be meeting with potential employees.

If you going, register in advance and bring your resume.

Ashley Dean

Author: Ashley Dean

Ashley Dean covers dining and nightlife, and other odds and ends. She previously covered music and did some copy editing for the Denver Post, the Colorado Daily and the Daily Camera. She's from New York, likes her bourbon straight and has strong opinions about Kanye West. She can be reached at adean@denverite.com, 303-502-2804 or @AshleyDean.