Timnath Beerwerks to open in November

TIMNATH — Timnath Beerwerks, a new craft brewery, has started its operations and plans to open in early November.

The brewery is located in the old Colorado Feed & Grain building at 4138 Main St. in Timnath.

The company plans to open with eight beers ready to serve, co-owner Craig Miller told BizWest. By the end of the year, he said he would like to have 12 beers on tap. He added that as Timnath Beerwerks starts out, it will begin with several different beers before honing in on what people like best and rotating out new options.

Miller is one of three owners, along with Pete Meyer and Mike Clark. His wife, Valerie Miller, is general manager and Cy Bevenger is the brewmaster. Timnath Beerwerks is taking up about 3,000 square feet of the 98-year-old grain storage building, about two-thirds of which will be used as a taproom and the rest for beer production.

The brewery is significant for Timnath, Miller said, as the small town doesn’t really have a craft brewery option yet.

“We don’t have a good place for people to gather and have a beer,” he said. “We’ll be the first one in town, and to be the first brewery in any town in Colorado is amazing. We’re excited more than anything to bring beer to town and to be a local watering hole.”

TIMNATH — Timnath Beerwerks, a new craft brewery, has started its operations and plans to open in early November.

The brewery is located in the old Colorado Feed & Grain building at 4138 Main St. in Timnath.

The company plans to open with eight beers ready to serve, co-owner Craig Miller told BizWest. By the end of the year, he said he would like to have 12 beers on tap. He added that as Timnath Beerwerks starts out, it will begin with several different beers before honing in on what people like best and rotating out new options.

Miller is one of three owners, along with Pete Meyer and Mike Clark. His wife, Valerie Miller, is general manager and Cy Bevenger is the brewmaster. Timnath Beerwerks is taking up about 3,000 square feet of the 98-year-old grain storage building, about two-thirds of which will be used as a taproom and the rest for beer production.

The brewery is significant for Timnath, Miller said, as the small town doesn’t really have a craft brewery option yet.

“We don’t have a good place for people to gather and have a beer,” he said. “We’ll be the first one in town, and to be the first brewery in any town in Colorado is amazing. We’re excited more than anything to bring beer to town and to be a local watering hole.”