We’ve been working on our expansion project for literally years. Late 2016 we kicked off. Turns out you can’t rush these things. We’ve been looking for just the right place to build out and are targeting a spring 2019 opening with more info in the coming months. In the mean time I wanted to give all our faithful followers something to bridge the gap. A glimpse of what’s to come, this year at GABF.
The idea with the Spice Trade Brewery is that it allows everyone to explore different cultures through a culinary lens, both in beer and food. Our brewing style incorporates ingredients from all over the world, and at our new location, our food will expand on the award winning Indian & Nepalese food Yak & Yeti is known for, but with something more approachable. Street Food. Small bites from around the world will match up with beer from around the world. Speaking of beer and food, we’re excited to announce we will be taking part in Paired at GABF this year. We’ve been working with the culinary team at Bin 707 to pair select beer with some very impressive dishes that they have prepared. If you’re a beer and food lover like us this is not to be missed!
But what else can you expect from us at GABF this year? We’ve been working with our good friends at the Denver Botanic Gardens to create a truly one of a kind brewery experience. Our Scarlet Giant (Hibiscus Key Lime Gose) features a yeast that we cultivated off of a hibiscus flower, of the same name, at the gardens last summer. Our, soon to be released, Fresh Hop IPA was brewed with hops picked from the gardens. And we’ll be bringing part of the Botanic Gardens to the 2018 Great American Beer Festival. Don’t miss our booth at GABF, a preview of what is to come.