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Ten of the Denver Craft Breweries That Opened (So Far) in 2016

Are we living in a beer-soaked brewery market — or is there still plenty of headroom for newcomers? Whether you think there are already too many beer makers in Denver or you'd like to see a craft brewhouse on every corner, brewmasters keep throwing open the doors and offering an ever-expanding array of styles and flavors. Here are ten new breweries that have opened so far in 2016, along with the stories we wrote when they opened.

10 Barrel Brewing Rolls Into RiNo Today
10 Barrel Brewing
2620 Walnut Street

Brand-New 14er Brewing, Which Doesn’t Have a Home Yet, Wins Gold at GABF
14er Brewing currently has no physical address.

Banded Oak Brewing Opens Saturday, June 4, on Broadway
Banded Oak Brewing
470 Broadway

Bierstadt Lagerhaus Opens Saturday, Making Old Beer Traditions New Again
Bierstadt Lagerhaus
2875 Blake Street

Former Future Changes Name to Black Project, Switches Focus to Sour, Wild Beers
Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales
1290 South Broadway

First Look: Blue Moon Brewing Company Opens in River North
Blue Moon Brewing Company
3750 Chestnut Place

Brewability Lab Opens Saturday With Beer and a Special Mission
Brewability Lab
12445 East 39th Avenue

First Look: Briar Common Brews Up Something New in Jefferson Park
Briar Common Brewery & Eatery
2298 Clay Street

Seedstock Brewery Brings Eastern Europe to West Colfax Avenue
Seedstock Brewery
3610 West Colfax Avenue

Ursula Brewery Emerges From the Former Coda Brewing After Ownership Split
Ursula Brewery
2101 North Ursula Street, Aurora

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