Breckenridge Opens
New Brewery


Mike Laur - June 17, 2015
Breckenridge Brewery has a new home - its twelve acre campus in Littleton.

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Breckenridge Brewery Brewmaster and Director of Brewery Operations - J. Todd Usry - pauses for 1/30th of a second to smile about the opening of the brand-new Breck brewhouse and restaurant in Littleton. It's officially opening today, and is located just north of Aspen Grove, off Santa Fe, at 2920 Brewery Lane.


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Sixteen 400-bbl fermenters - made in the US - will be employed to make about 110,000 barrels of tasty beers every year. Tours will include overhead views of the whole operation.


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What's Cookin? Plenty of new beers, at Breckenridge Brewing's new facility. The 100 barrel Steinecker brewhouse is all state-of-the-art.


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Breckenridge Brewery's new facility will be a "sparkplug" for Littleton, according to city officials. Planned and constructed over the past thirty months, the project cost $36 million to complete.


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An overview of the brewhouse, during a pre-opening party on June 16. There are over 4400 welds in the miles of stainless steel plumbing that runs through the 76,000 square foot facility.


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