Description: Highlands Ranch: After a massive expansion, we’ll be throwing an equally impressive party. Behold, our Grand Reopening of our Highlands Ranch location! Saturday, September 24th starting at 11AM
There’s not a doubt in our minds that we couldn’t have done this without our faithful patrons and especially our Ale Yeah Club members. But wait, let’s flashback to 2012…
Back in 2012, we opened our third location doing the same NY style pizza and wings, but we wanted to take it a step beyond. To make that leap, we decided to rebrand Parry’s to better situate us with the customers that we wanted in our building. We wanted customers that appreciate the fact that we’re family-owned and operated, pine for a plethora of craft beer on draft and enjoy themselves in the comfort of their own backyard. Our new logo launched in this year with a wall of 50 tap handles and a tiny, tiny little bar. (Hey, it’s what we could afford at the time.)
Since then we have added a store in Greenwood Village, Northglenn and just this past March, Longmont at the new Village at the Peaks. There are two more stores slated to open in the coming months with one being in the north and the other in the south Denver metro area. At this moment in time (make sure to check the date that this blog was posted because things change quickly) we have just over 400 taps, company wide. To say the least, we have grown immensely since the opening of our Highlands Ranch store and we keep coming back to the fact that Highlands Ranch was the catalyst for all of this.
After having spent quite the grip to expand and remodel our Highlands Ranch store, we are ready to christen it with you, our most fervent supporters. On Saturday, September 24th, we’ll be throwing our grand reopening party and we want you there. We’d like to think of this as our Seinfeld final episode (where everyone makes a cameo); those that were here from the beginning to those that are a bit newer and anchor our bar, now.
We’ll be assembling a true craft beer lovers dream of a tap list. Here’s what’s on the list, so far:
120 Minute IPA (’15) by Dogfish Head
Angel Share (’15) by Lost Abbey
Poterie by The Bruery
Parabola (’15) by Firestone Walker
Bourbon County Stout (’14) by Goose Island
Creme Brûlée by Southern TierUncle Jacobs Stout (’15) by Avery
Temptation by Russian River
We’ll also be hosting some corn hole and washer games, face painting (kids or adults), free build-your-own personal pizzas from 12p – 2p for the kids (under 12) and raffles (for the adults).
Some of our good brewery friends have also decided to chip in on this event and offer their time and efforts to this party:
Whatever they do, it’s gonna be good…stay tuned. We know for sure you’re gonna have the opportunity to take some cool glassware.
Oskar Blues 12pm – 3pm
Get your beer can necklaces and crank up your corn hole game
Odell 6pm – 8pm
Special introduction of a new beer:
Dr. Rich’s Mahogany Ale
Craft for a cause here at Parry’s as we are pairing up with Odell to raise awareness forManTherapy.org, a website that uses humor to help men take control of their mental health – whatever problems may be in their lives. We will be donating $1 for every pint sold to help the cause.
There will also be special glassware from the Odell crew when you purchase this craft treat for a cause.
And last, but certainly not least, Odell will be giving away tickets to everyone that purchases this beer to be entered into a raffle for an exquisite Odell gift basket.
We’d be thrilled to see everyone out for this one. No, it’s not a Big Ass Avery tap takeover, but this one reserves a pretty large space in our hearts. We should share.
Event Website: www.parryspizza.com/highlandsranch/grand-reopening-party/