Crazy Mountain Brewing Co. opens in old Glendale World of Beer

Crazy Mountain Brewing Co. celebrated the grand opening of its third Denver-area location Friday.

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Crazy Mountain Brewing Co. (Crazy Mountain Brewing Co./Yelp)

(Crazy Mountain Brewing Co./Yelp)

Crazy Mountain Brewing Co. celebrated the grand opening of its third Denver-area location Friday inside the space that formerly housed World of Beer in Glendale

The spot at 660 S. Colorado Blvd. is the first of two World of Beer spaces Crazy Mountain is taking over. The brewery plans to soon open up inside the former at 7260 W. Alaska Drive in Lakewood.

Crazy Mountain also has locations in Denver’s Baker neighborhood and Edwards in the Western Slope.

At its Glendale location, Crazy Mountain features 24 beers on draft, including year-round taps for Crazy Mountain Amber Ale and the Creedence Pilsner. It also offers rotating seasonal brews like the Snowcat Coffee Stout and the Bridge Street Holiday Ale, and the “Local’s Stash” selection of specialty brews like the Rye Whiskey Barrel Aged Black IPA and Gin Barrel Aged Juniper IPA.

Check out the full beer list here.

Hours at the new Glendale spot are 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. weekdays and noon to 2 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

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