Photos: West Flanders is brewing on Pearl Street in Boulder
All photos by Elyse Mitchell.
West Flanders Brewery opened its doors over the weekend at 1125 Pearl Street in Boulder, in the former home of BJ'S Restaurant & Brewhouse (which has relocated to 1690 28th Street in Boulder). The brewpub is one of several new breweries tapping into that town, including J Wells, Wild Woods and Fate Brewing.
Westword's Elyse Mitchell brings back these photos of opening night at Pearl Street's latest beer-centric tenant:
West Flanders currently has six of its beers on tap: an IPA, a tripel, St. Mark's Dubbel, The Angry Monk (Belgian-style ale), Canniption pale ale and a yet-to-be-named ESB (the pub will award a free keg to whoever submits the best name for it). The brewpub is open daily from 11 to 1 a.m.; check the website or call 303-447-2739 for updates.
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