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Opening for new Colorado Avenue brewpub seen in August

      
The exterior design of the Cerberus Brewing Company takes shape as remodeling work continues on the site at 702 W. Colorado Ave. The view shows only the upper portion of the building, facing onto the parking lot. Seventh Street can just be seen at far left.
Westside Pioneer photo
Remodeling started in April for the new Cerberus Brewing Company at 702 W. Colorado Ave., with its opening tentatively planned for August.
       The 9,250-square-foot property was formerly an animal hospital, but has sat vacant for several years.
       According to a press release, the project partners are Jerry Morris, Tom Halfast, Josh Adamski and Cindy Geiser.
       The architectural design is being done by Echo Architecture and the interior by Senger Design Group.
       In addition to a brewhouse, the ground floor of the 4,600-square-foot operation will house the kitchen, a barrel aging room, offices and storage. The top floor will have a dining room for up to 30 patrons adjacent to the bar/lounge.
       A deck will be on the south and west sides of the building, overlooking a 2,500-square-foot “dog-friendly” beer garden, the release states.
       Because it was deemed an infill project, City Council gave Cerberus variances on the usual city requirements for setbacks from residences (0 instead of 200 feet) and for on-site parking (about 50 percent less).

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Posted 7/7/16; Land: Construction)

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