Denver’s The Infinite Monkey Theorem to open spot in Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace

The Infinite Monkey Theorem is branching out this month in Colorado to Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace.
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Wine Barrels. (Andy Rogers/Flickr)

The Infinite Monkey Theorem is branching out this month in Colorado, adding a location to the Stanley Marketplace in Aurora.

The winery announced Monday that it's taking over the old breakroom of the former Stanley Aviation manufacturing plant. IMT will use the space in the Stanley Marketplace to sell its Colorado canned and bottled wines.

The winery is hosting its grand opening at the Stanley from 5-8 p.m. March 23. The taproom will offer $5 canned wine all night with $1 from every glass or can of wine donated to benefit the Colorado University Cancer Research Center.

Ben Parsons founded IMT in 2008 with the goal of taking the pretension out of winemaking. The Stanley Marketplace will be the company's third location behind its home base in River North and the taproom it opened in Austin, Texas in 2015.

The Infinite Monkey Theorem Taproom at Stanley Marketplace will be open every Monday through Thursday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. and every Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.

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