Blue Moon Brewing Co. opened its first, flagship brewery in Denver's River North (RiNo) Art District.

The Belgian-style beer was first introduced in 1995 by head brewmaster and founder, Keith Villa at The Sandlot, a brewery at Coors Field.

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With 24 beers on tap and a full-service kitchen, Blue Moon Brewery RiNo features state-of-the-art brewing technology such as a new, two-barrel pilot system for test beers and a brew house capable of 20 barrels with an annual capacity of 10,000 barrels.

Set in a 26,000-square-foot space, the moon-like, round-shaped brewpub has seating for 450 people in the form of many circular booths, an open-air, garden-like patio facing the mountains and a special event room with additional taps positioned among the brewing vessels. Blue Moon Brewery RiNo's executive chef Darrell Jensen has created a seasonally driven menu for the brewery.