Upslope Brewing Co. has announced plans to partner with S’PARK Development to build a new brewery.
The 11,000-square-foot brewpub will be located at the intersection of 34th St. and Valmont in Boulder, Colo., and will replace the Lee Hill Brewery, the company’s facility in Lee Hill, Colo., as the location of all of Upslope’s experimental brewing and barrel-aging. Scheduled for completion in the fall of 2017, the new facility will also include a full-service restaurant with a mezzanine and patio.
“The innovation emerging from our Lee Hill brewery has never been more important than it is today, and has become essential to stay relevant in today’s quickly evolving craft beer industry,” said Matt Cutter, Upslope founder, in a press release. “In an effort to expand the experimental brewing, piloting, barrel-aging and collaboration beers that are going on there today, we need to move the brewery to a larger location.”
The new location will be the third brewery in the Boulder, Colo.-based company’s history, joining the original Lee Hill facility, which was opened in 2008, and the second location in Flatiron Park, a 27,000-square-foot brewery that opened in 2013.