FORT COLLINS, CO, March 14, 2014: Brinkman Construction has completed work on Fort Collins’ newest brewery, 1933 Brewing Company.
The 4,300 SF brewery is located at 4025-C South Mason Street. The 3,100 SF first floor was completely remodeled to welcome customers and support brewery operations. The second floor loft space will be utilized for storage.
The remodel created a bar area and tasting room that can hold up to 99 customers. The custom bar top was built using wood from 1930’s Coors Brewing Company cooler railroad cars. Patrons will enjoy a relaxing environment that includes 55 inch televisions, electric outlets for laptops and phones and a window displaying brewing operations. The bar includes high-top, low-top and long pub-style tables. There is a private room that can be utilized as a boardroom or meeting area.
A brewhouse area was also created to support the manufacturing and distribution of 1933’s six flagship English and German Style Ales. These include a blond ale, pale ale, amber ale, IPA, brown ale and oatmeal stout. In addition to these styles, they will have six specialty beers rotated on tap throughout the year.
1933 Brewing Company is now holding soft openings. A firm grand opening date has not yet been set. Once fully operational, they will operate 7 days a week. For more information on hours and operation, call 970- 377-4107.
1933 is owned and operated by Cody Pisacka and Jimmy Vanderweide. The owners are excited to bring the brewery experience to the south side of Fort Collins and directly along the Mason Corridor.