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Prost Brewing Co. is planning a German-style biergarten and brewery for Northglenn Marketplace at I-25 and 104th Ave. The brewery plans to move its corporate headquarters, regional production, and distribution center to the location, according to a press release.
Northglenn will also become home to Prost’s largest biergarten. “We are thrilled that Prost Brewing Company is joining Northglenn Marketplace,” said Brad Hutensky, CEO of center owner Hutensky Capital Partners. “Prost’s craft beer brewery and biergarten will quickly become one of Northglenn’s most exciting destinations that will enhance current tenant offerings and attract new uses to the Marketplace.”
The new Northglenn facility is expected to receive national recognition as one of the most sustainable and technologically-advanced breweries in the country. Prost plans to initially produce 20,000 barrels and grow to 40,000 to 50,000 over the next few years, which would solidify Prost as one of the top five largest craft breweries in the state.
“We are a family-owned business and sixth-generation Coloradans. Northglenn was clearly the best choice for Prost Brewing, and we’re excited to be able to make this important move for the future of our business while staying in Colorado,” said David Deline, president of Prost Brewing.
“It is incredible to feel so supported by the State of Colorado, Adams County, and the City of Northglenn, and we know the talent pool, cost of doing business, and proximity to the supply chain will all help us to stay competitive in the craft beer industry,” Deline said in a statement.
Prost Brewing Co. is a Colorado craft brewery focused on providing community engagement through its award- winning, biergarten-style biers, which are made with sustainably-sourced, German-grown hops and Colorado-grown malts, hand selected for the highest quality and brewed with state-of-the-art precision.
Some Prost brews include the pilsner, Kölsch, and Hefeweizen. Prost has several locations including a Denver biergarten and Highlands Ranch biergarten, as well as a Fort Collins taproom. The Northglenn location will feature German chef-inspired food and include live music, entertainment, and brewery tours.