Denver Beer Company announces opening day party for Arvada location

A sketch of Denver Beer Company's planned Arvada location. (Courtesy Denver Beer Company)
A sketch of Denver Beer Company's planned Arvada location. (Courtesy Denver Beer Company)
A sketch of Denver Beer Company’s planned Arvada location. (Courtesy Denver Beer Company)

Arvada may not have an Arvada Beer Company anymore, but it will have an extension of the Denver Beer Company starting this month.

DBC opens its Arvada tap room with a party on Saturday, June 17, beginning at 11 a.m., to include local music, burgers “and fun!” They do have a patio, FYI.

The suburban Denver Beer Company will launch with a chocolate pale, an Arvada-themed “Water Tower Wheat,” a barrel-aged saison, a blood orange IPA and another saison.

Food comes from DBC’s in-house food truck. The new location is at 5768 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard, in the middle of Olde Town. Get thee drunke.

(By the way: Arvada Beer Company closed up early in 2016. It stood about a block from DBC’s new location)

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