TheStapleton Tap House
opened earlier this month in theShops at Northfield
, offering shoppers and Stapleton residents an easy way to try out unusual beers from smaller breweries across Colorado. The 1,500-square-foot spot, located near Harkins Theatre, has thirty taps and a saying that "the easier it is for you to find a beer in your local restaurant, bar, or liquor store, the less likely it is that we will carry it."
In fact, bar owner Michael Kearns, a Stapleton resident, likes to describe the Stapleton Tap House as a "visitors center" for Colorado's craft breweries. To learn more about the new bar, turn the page to see photos taken by Westword's Danielle Lirette.
See also: - Stapleton Tap House will open in Northfield featuring beers from small Colorado breweries - Station 26 Brewing will open in an old firehouse between north Park Hill and Stapleton - Coda Brewing will make beer music on the former Fitzsimons base in Aurora
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