The LoHi neighborhood welcomes a new kind of tap room with the opening of American Cultures. This watering hole isn't your typical craft-brewery tap room; instead, the cool and newly renovated spot on the corner of West 32nd Avenue and Tejon Street pours kombucha.
Stop in for a glass, try a flight or take home a growler of Denver's favorite new fermented bubbly. And not to be missed: kombucha floats, with a pour of your choice of kombucha flavor over soft-serve tart yogurt made by Cloud Top. The result is a light and refreshing spin on a root-beer float that will make your digestive system sing.
The tap room serves a variety of guest kombuchas, like Happy Leaf, Rowdy Mermaid and Five Points Fermentation, to name a few, and there's also coffee from Method Roasters. American Cultures started as a truck last year launched by Danielle and Noah Brooks. The new tap room is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m Monday through Thursday, until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday.
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