Many people across Colorado are turning to Kickstarter to jump-start their ventures, including the brothers behind Twin Hops Brewing.
But they should consider location as well as loot.
I think they should pick a location and then do a Kickstarter campaign so the residents of the chosen neighborhood would feel more invested in their donation. New breweries anywhere are cool, but I'd be more inclined to give if I knew they were opening within stumbling distance of me versus somewhere across town.
With brewpubs popping up across Colorado, what part of Denver still needs to be served? Post your thoughts below.
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