Blue Moon just opened a massive brewery and restaurant in RiNo

Blue Moon just became the latest brewery to open up shop in River North, and they went big. Really big.

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(Randy Heinitz/Flickr)

(Randy Heinitz/Flickr)

Blue Moon just became the latest brewery to open up shop in River North, and they went big. Really big.

Here are the stats, as reported by Eater:

  • 30,000 square feet of space
  • 20-barrel brewhouse
  • Indoor seating in the main dining room for 200 people
  • Seating in a special events room for 60 people
  • Patio seating for 150 people
  • A VIP room with a large communal table and eight wall taps

Follow that link to Eater to see photos of the enormous, trendy digs. The dining room features a huge, twinkling blue orb hanging from the ceiling, and seating inside an array of what can only be described as industrial-chic cylinders.

It’s officially open for business at 3750 Chestnut Place. Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.

And remember, it’s not Blue Moon’s fault if you believe they make craft beer.

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