Grab your kilts and get ready Colorado because a Scottish brewery is coming to Denver. According to BusinessDen, Scottish beer maker, BrewDog, will open its first United States franchise pub in Colorado.

BrewDog's Denver location will be at 3950 Wynkoop Street in the River North District. BrewDog's lineup of beers is extensive and there are a vast amount of styles to fit any palate. The Scottish brewery also offers a hefty lineup of non-alcoholic beers too.

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BrewDog's non-alcoholic beer club features 24 different beers in four styles. In 2020, I was lucky enough to wander into a BrewDog pub in London.

The beers were quite tasty, and the ambiance made for a memorable visit to the pub.

BusinessDen states the Denver location for BrewDog will be approximately 10,000 square feet on the first floor of the two-story building at 3950 Wynkoop Street. The building is located near the 38th and Blake RTD station.

We're excited to see BrewDog expand to Colorado. Be on the lookout for the opening of BrewDog's first U.S. franchise pub in 2023. BrewDog was founded in 2007 by James Watt and Martin Dickie in Ellon, Scotland. According to Wikipedia, BrewDog is the number one craft brewer in all of Europe. As of 2018, BrewDog operates 78 bars around the globe.

Source: BusinessDen

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