Last July, we told you about the decision by prosecutors at the Denver DA's office to seek the death penalty against Dexter Lewis, charged with killing five people at Fero's Bar & Grill in October 2012. Lewis's attorneys are reportedly asking the judge in the case to take capital punishment off the ... More >>
Epic Brewing will open its soaring new taproom at noon Saturday, September 28, welcoming thirsty Colorado beer drinkers who've been curious to get a peek inside the $2 million facility that the Utah-based company has been working on for months. In addition to 25 taps of Epic beer and two beer engin ... More >>
Denver is about to get Brainless. Sometime in late May or early June, Salt Lake City-based Epic Brewing, known for its series of Brainless fruit beers, will brew its first batch in Denver, in a soaring old warehouse building it is renovating in the River North neighborhood. By July, Epic plans to ... More >>
Utah's Epic Brewing has signed a lease on a 20,000-square-foot building in the River North neighborhood, where it will open its second brewery. The facility is just four blocks from Our Mutual Friend, a nanobrewery that opened in October, and very close to Black Shirt Brewing, River North Brewing an ... More >>
Epic Brewing's Kevin Crompton surprised a room full of reporters and bloggers during the Great American Beer Festival last week when he announced that his Utah company planned to build a second brewery in Denver during the first part of 2013. He also surprised Epic's owners, David Cole and Peter Er ... More >>
Utah's Epic Brewing Company, known for its Brainless on Peaches beer, announced at the Great American Beer Festival today that is is hoping to open a second brewery in Denver in early 2013. If it does, Epic would be one of the first out-of-state breweries to open a second location in Colorado. Sever ... More >>
Movers and shakers usually donate to political campaigns so that they can get the ear of an office-holder. But at today's debt-retirement fundraiser for Doug Linkhart, they'll be lucky if they get this lousy T-shirt... and the thanks of a longtime public servant.
November's "Mean Streets" detailed how politicians with financial ties to existing taxi companies stood against attempts to start additional cab operations. Take City Councilman Michael Hancock, who strongly opposed any new companies: He scored $3,250 from Metro Taxi affiliates in his last ci ... More >>
Russell's next jam may not be as def as expected.
From the week of September 11, 2003
CRL knows how to buy friends and influence people.
THE LATEST RUNDOWN ON THE FUTURE OF THE FORNEY MUSEUM.
THE CITY IS UP TO ITS NECK IN THE OLD ELITCH'S--AND NOW IT'S CLAMMING UP.QUEASY RIDERS THE BATTLE OVER THE OLD ELITCH'S THROWS A CITY COUNCILMAN--AND HIS CONSTITUENTS--FOR A LOOP.
THE CITY YANKS THE LICENSE OF A PROMINENT LOBBYING FIRM.