DENVER, Colorado – Since opening in 2019, FlyteCo Brewing (4499 W 38th Ave #101, Denver, CO 80212) has survived COVID thus far, opened a coffee shop within the space, became the earliest open brewery in Colorado, and opened a 20,000-square-foot second location in Central Park. Now it’s time to celebrate their four-year anniversary with a weekend of beer and debauchery from March 2-5.
“We could not have asked for a better community over the past four years. From those that show up at 7 a.m. on a Monday when we’re opening our doors to those who shut us down on a Friday night, we have felt thoroughly supported, and we want this party to be a celebration for our neighborhood and beyond,” said FlyteCo Brewing General Manager Lee Ann Hahne.
The brewery will be releasing four beers including Mike guava milkshake sour in collaboration with Sunroom Brewing, Spudnik potato beer made in collaboration with Launch Pad Brewery, a Marzen Copter and Late A-rye-Val Rye IPA. They will also have karaoke on Friday, a DJ Saturday and a “hangover brunch” on Sunday, curated by The Buffalo Theory. There will be additional coffee and sandwich specials throughout the week.
FlyteCo opened its doors in the Berkeley neighborhood just west of Tennyson Street in March 2019 in an 1800s electric plant building for west Denver’s streetcar system. In April 2021, FlyteCo added a coffee and bagel shop, creating even more of an all-day destination. In August 2022, FlyteCo Tower opened at the recently revitalized former Stapleton International Airport Control Tower. The 20,000-square-foot brewpub includes six bowling lanes, 18 holes of minigolf, full arcade and family-friendly lawn games along with on-site brewing beginning late 2022 with a smaller pilot system for experimental and small batch brews.
More about FlyteCo Brewing
Denver-based FlyteCo brewing opened its doors in March 2019 in the Berkeley neighborhood with just five beers on tap. The aviation-themed brewery is the brainchild of Morgan O’Sullivan, Eric Serani and head brewer Jason Slingsby – all who initially bonded over an equal love of homebrewing and aviation. Since then, the brewery has added a coffee shop and bagel eatery, 15 more taps and a number of awards, including a silver medal for the FlyteCo Marzen Copter and bronze medal for the P-38 Pumpkin Porter at the 2021 Brewski Awards. In August 2022, FlyteCo Tower opened at the recently revitalized former Stapleton International Airport Control Tower. The 20,000-square-foot brewpub includes six bowling lanes, 18 holes of minigolf, full arcade and family-friendly lawn games along with on-site brewing beginning late 2022 with a smaller pilot system for experimental and small batch brews. Ten percent of FlyteCo’s profits benefit the future of aviation through scholarships and donations to youth engagement as well as benefit veteran-focused organizations.
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