Photos: With both coffee and beer, the Brew on Broadway runs north and south
The Brew on Broadway's ESB: Extra Special Bitter.
All photos by Danielle Lirette
Bit by bit, the south Denver craft beer scene is growing. The latest example is the Brew on Broadway, which opened last Saturday as Englewood's only independent brewery.
A coffee shop in the morning -- serving Pablo's coffee along with pre-packaged breakfast burritos, quiches and baked goods -- the BoB turns into a brewery at 11 a.m. each day, serving English-style ales made on a seven-barrel brewing system.
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"I've been homebrewing for 25 years," says BoB owner Paul Webster, who has lived in Englewood for even longer. So when he ended his career as a printing paper salesman, he decided to indulge in his hobbies. "Beer and coffee are my two favorite things."
Webster currently has four beers on tap, a pale ale, an English mild, an IPA and an ESB; all of them are named for parts of Englewood history.
In addition to space for nearly one hundred people inside the taproom, the BoB also has a 1,000-square-foot patio that Webster believes "will be a winner."
Paul Webster, Owner and Head Brewer
Webster cleans up after a day of brewing.
Cutomers can order food from local restaurants and have it delivered to The Brew on Broadway.
The Brew on Broadway's coffee bar.
Patio seating at The Brew on Broadway.
Barista and Assistant Brewer Tim Childs serves a customer.
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