While Mile High has a new brewery opening its doors weekly, Coors-home Golden has a slightly slower pace of a new one or two every 140yrs... and 2013 is their lucky year, thanks to CCBC! Like a monk who just got Lasik, the focus is on Belgian beers. But ultimately, the goal is to keep 10-12 different brews on tap, mess around with a variety of styles, and "use as many different ingredients as possible", evidenced by the fact that the first batch of four beers employs three separate yeast strains. Among the beers available on opening day are the smooth-sipping, malt-forward 8.2% Belgian Dubbel, a "crispy, dry" 7% Belgian Golden, and an American IPA with a "boatload of hops" called the Mindbender, which sounds like an awesome ride at Six Flags, but is actually much less likely to make you puke. With 140 seats in the taproom, there'll be plenty of space to have a beer and enjoy eats from rotating food trucks, or deliciousness delivered from a local resto like nearby Bob's Atomic Burgers, assuming you don't want to eat again for another 140 years.