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There's no name on the sign above the door of De Steeg Brewing, in an alley off West 44th Avenue in Denver's Berkeley neighborhood -- just the image of a Belgian-style beer goblet. But Craig Rothgery wasn't trying to be hip when he signed a lease for this alley space: He was just trying to find an affordable spot for his dream -- a nanobrewery and taproom. The name -- which means "alley" in Dutch -- and the location came together as a concept after Rothgery decided to change his original moniker, High Gravity Brewing, when Gravity Brewing opened in Louisville. "A lot of people think it's kind of cool that you have to come in through the alley," Rothgery says. "And the signs just plays off the whole secret, hard-to-find thing." But with several higher-gravity beers on tap, this spot that opened early in 2013 is no secret to beer fans.

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