It’s hard to believe that it was May of 2012 when on the border of the Denver in the Stapleton area a microbrewery finally opened its doors to the masses. Tucked away in a small set of office buildings surrounded by large warehouses this destination brewery isn’t the easiest to find but once inside the friendly staff and unique beers making all the searching worthwhile. Now in May 2013 it is time for this start up brewery to celebrate their first anniversary and on May 18 the celebration of their tap room will be a day of festivities at Caution Brewing in Denver, Colorado.
Those that already go to Caution are familiar with the unique beers that owners Danny and Betty Wang serve on a regular basis. Beers like the Lao Wang Lager, Toasted Black Bat Porter, and Snake Hug Red Chile Ale are all so original and could only be found here. But for the first anniversary this small brewery is pulling out all the stops and hosting a 16 tap takeover that add plenty of more original beers that Danny is known for. So what’s on tap? On top of all the flagship beers offered there will be several new ones of all different styles that appeal to the craft beer drinker in all of us. Included in this list will be a Oatmeal Cinnamon Stout, Juniper Berry Double IPA, Gluten free saison with lemongrass, a Mango Blonde Ale, a Chocolate Hefeweizen, plus many more.
Besides the abundance of beers that will be available there will be plenty available at the tap room to keep all the guests entertained. On top of the great food trucks that will be there Caution will also be hosting Redline Radio for some live music. To cap off a great American Craft Beer Week American Craft Beer Radio will be doing a live broadcast from 12-1. But the biggest and most exciting announcement of all will come from the owners themselves. After a year at a small location and tap room Caution will be announcing that they are opening up a second location, the only issue is we all have to wait to find out where.
With the ever growing craft beer scene in Colorado it is safe to say that all these breweries might not make it to celebrate their one year anniversary. Then there are these really small ones that are so off the beaten path with a loyal customer base that before you know it have already been in business a year and are allowing the same loyal customers to celebrate. That is the case at Caution where high quality, unique beer mixed with two very friendly owners have created a nice establishment for themselves within the crowded Denver beer scene. With a growing tap list of unique beers, a growing customer base, and soon to be new location it makes us excited to see where this small brewery is by the time they turn two.
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