1876 Ale Works

Colorado Springs’ newest brewery, 1876 Ale Works, opened Saturday off Templeton Gap Road.

Let’s raise a glass to Colorado Springs’ newest brewery. Like many, 1876 Ale Works (3352 Templeton Gap Road) didn’t open without trials and tribulations along the way, including when owner Kevin McCarthy lost a key business partner.

The expected September opening turned out to be in late February. Then the town drank 1876 dry, forcing closures to re-up supply.

But now the brewery is hitting its stride, with a short but tasty lineup that features barrel-aged porters and everybody’s favorite hazy IPA. — Seth Boster

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