The 75-seat taproom is decorated with “a blend of an urban feel and a mountain feel,” including mountain scenes and a full-sized kayak, co-founder Adam Odoski told Westword this summer. The owners met on a trip down the Green River, and they donate 2 percent of their profits to river-conservation groups. There will be fifteen beers on tap, including some smaller-batch styles that won’t be canned.
The new location, in the Yard on Santa Fe development at 900 West First Avenue, is set inside the 15,000-square-foot production facility that Renegade Brewing built in 2015. Renegade and Good River merged earlier this year after realizing that they could use each other's help in the competitive craft-beer landscape. At the time, Renegade was looking to sell the facility, while Good River was still searching for a home.
The partnership plans to open a third location, a restaurant and taproom, in Olde Town Arvada that will be called the Brewers Co-Hop. The address hasn't been announced yet, but it will serve beer from all three breweries.