Thirst Colorado: Plan your next safari through RiNo
Denver’s River North District is hopping. Better known as RiNo, this artistic, up-and-coming neighborhood is making a name for itself in the world of craft brewing. Rivaling the likes of the famed Pearl District in Portland, Ore., RiNo seems to be adding a new brewery every few months.
Small craft brewers (Mockery, Crooked Stave, Black Shirt) and heavyweights alike (Blue Moon, 10 Barrel and soon New Belgium) are nestled in just north of downtown. It appears this once industrial neighborhood has reached beerhalla.
Whether you are a local or just in town for the weekend, you can’t miss this eclectic culmination of breweries if you want to understand the craft beer craze sweeping the state. Uber, bike, walk, light rail or skip around the new bastion of craft nirvana. The district is bounded by Interstate 70 to the north, I-25 to the west, Park Avenue West to the south, and Arapahoe Street to the east. The neighborhood can be experienced in any time frame, depending on how many stops you want to make.
But don’t take our word for how great the once-industrial area has become. We suggest you taste your way through and decide for yourself…” Read the full article and see the guide here.