Firkin Brewhouse moving closer to opening

Posted: September 28, 2015 by cjax33 in New Brewery Preview
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Oh, yeah, there is another one coming.

Oh, yeah, there is another one coming.

Greetings, everyone. Here is hoping all of those GABF hangovers have faded and you are all ready for another busy week involving our local brewing scene. Before we head off to talk to some of the medal winners, while also catching up on Red Door’s new taproom plans and saying good-bye to Broken Bottle, and visiting Quarter Celtic for the first time … sheesh, it’s gonna be ridiculous.

Anyway, to help us out a bit, friend of the Crew and photographer extraordinaire Mario Caldwell sent us a slew of pictures he took at The Firkin Brewhouse and Grill. They were slinging beers back at Blues & Brews in May, but have since been busy trying to get ready to open to the public later this year in the Brewery District near La Cumbre and Canteen. Here are the best of the many, many pictures that Mario took of the forthcoming brewery. Guess we owe Mario a beer the next time we see him, and yes, we will be heading out to Firkin when they are ready to have us come over to fully break down their plans for the future.

The brewing equipment is already in place.

The brewing equipment is already in place.

The theme is that of a '20s speakeasy, so you need the proper lighting.

The theme is that of a ’20s speakeasy, so you need the proper lighting.

The future bar area is starting to take shape.

The future bar area is starting to take shape.

Not all of the construction is on the floor level.

Not all of the construction is on the floor level.

The gentlemen working hard to get the joint up and running.

The gentlemen working hard to get the joint up and running.

The exterior of the future brewery.

The exterior of the future brewery.

Cheers!

— Stoutmeister

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  1. […] Grill (Brewery District on Columbia): In case you missed it, friend of the Crew Mario Caldwell took a lot of photos of Firkin. We tried their beers at Blues & Brews back in May and enjoyed them. I ran into some […]

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