Archive For The “Brewery Start-up” Category

Denver Barrel Cellar Opening

By | September 3, 2012

65hl foeder in Napa

For the past two months we have been quietly readying the Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar, located just north of Denver’s Highlands neighborhood at 1441 W. 46th Ave. Unit 19. On Wednesday September 5th at 2pm we will officially open our doors for the first time welcoming guests into our small intimate tasting room. The Barrel [...]

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Colorado State Alcohol Beverage License

By | December 18, 2010

Now things are really starting to pick up for us. On the heels of receiving our first oak barrels, we now have one of the two licenses we need in order to start brewing batches of Crooked Stave beers. In very timely fashion, I showed up on Friday to find a piece of mail had [...]

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Brewery Permits Submitted

By | November 19, 2010

Starting any new business involves lots of planning and filing of documents. During the first week of November we filed all of the necessary state and federal documents to operate as a business entity in Colorado. That was only the first step. In order to produce and sell beer there is a whole other application [...]

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Crooked Stave is Official

By | November 1, 2010

Articles of Organization

Today we completed the first steps in becoming a brewery in Denver, Colorado. We received our documents which formally register Crooked Stave LLC as an entity in the state of Colorado. We signed and completed our Operating Agreement as well as receiving our Federal Employer Identification Number and filing our Federal Entity Classification. This was a big first step [...]

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The Culminating Inception

By | November 1, 2010

This is the beginning of Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project. We are an artisan brewery in planning that is based in Denver, Colorado. Who are we? Well actually, we are just one person… For those of you who don’t already know me from the Brettanomyces Project let me introduce myself, I am Chad Yakobson and [...]

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