Taproom taps into underserved neighborhoods of ‘Farvada’

Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar now open near Candelas

Posted 7/10/19

Out in northwest Arvada — which Candelas resident Amanda Rieter and her neighbors have dubbed “Farvada” — “we’re desperate for businesses here,” she said. It’s no wonder, then, that …

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Taproom taps into underserved neighborhoods of ‘Farvada’

Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar now open near Candelas

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Out in northwest Arvada — which Candelas resident Amanda Rieter and her neighbors have dubbed “Farvada” — “we’re desperate for businesses here,” she said.

It’s no wonder, then, that she says residents have flooded into Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar, 18148 W. 92nd Lane, every night since its opening in May.

“Everybody is incredibly excited about having more options out here,” Rieter said. “This is a really cool spot.”

Resolute Brewing Tap & Cellar serves as a sister location to Resolute Brewing Company in Centennial, which provides beer to the Arvada location, said community and sales manager Andrew Duvall.

The company chose to put its second location in Arvada to connect with the “very underserved market” in northwest Arvada, he said.

“There’s a lot of people building homes here and moving into the area,” he said. “This neighborhood really needed a watering hole.”

In addition to providing a space for locals, the new location is open to anyone from anywhere, he said.

“We’re right off Highway 83, so we’re a good stopping point along the way home,” he said. “We’re hoping people will come from Denver and all over the state.”

The taproom boasts outdoor seating with a view of the mountains, as well as an outdoor lawn and games to provide fun for the whole family.

Westminster resident Jennifer Whittington and her husband, Nathan, who works nearby, often bring their three-year-old son Hunter to the taproom to enjoy the location with them, she said.

“There’s stuff for the family to do,” she said. “We’re glad it’s finally open. I don’t even like beer, and I always find something on the menu.”

Duvall highlighted the taproom’s barrel-aging program, with dozens of barrels of beer aging right on site at the new location. The program is the biggest in the area, excluding those in Denver and Boulder, he said.

He also encouraged customers to take part in the company’s Mug Club, which will launch when the business holds its ribbon cutting on Aug. 19 at 4:15 p.m. to celebrate its partnership with the Arvada Chamber of Commerce.

“You’ll get your own special glass and T-shirt,” he said. “We’re calling it the Beeramid Scheme. Hopefully, we get another great group of regulars out of this.”

For Duvall, one of the best parts of working for the company is that “I truly believe we have something for everyone,” he said.

“We’re dog-friendly and kid-friendly,” he said, “and we’re all about getting all sorts of people together to enjoy all sorts of beers.”

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