Echo Brewing Company to Host Grand Opening of 2nd Location

Erie, Colorado (PRWEB) September 06, 2014

Echo Brewing in Erie, Colorado is honored to host a Grand Opening Celebration for its newest location, Saturday September 6th 11am-10pm.

The founders of Echo Brewing have worked diligently over the last year to refurbish the former firehouse located at 600 Briggs Street in Erie, Colorado with great success. The old building is now an amazing new tap house and restaurant specializing in award winning craft beer, gourmet pizza, appetizers, salads and desserts.

Were so excited to open here in the great community of Erie. The downtown area has really embraced our vision and desire to bring great craft beer and food to its growing list of eateries and drinking establishments, said Katy Dukes, Co-Founder of Echo-Erie.

This Saturdays festivities kick off at 11am, with an Erie Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 12 noon. Everyone is welcome to come out and experience many of Echos craft beer styles with a special tapping of their Gin Barrel Saison. Live music will be featured with Bail Out the Band from 1-3pm, Mark Todd of the SOHO Band from 4-6pm and Ray Quijas from 7-9pm. Other happenings will include the Mike Boyle Restaurant Radio Show, Stout Beer Ice Cream Floats, Corn Hole Toss and Giant Sized Water Pong for all ages. Limited edition Echo Brewing Company-Erie T shirts will be given away throughout the day.

For more information about Echo Brewing – Erie, please visit


About Echo Brewing

Echo Brewing is a small family run brewery founded by four siblings with a passion for brewing the best beer possible. Homebrewers of eight plus years, they keep their brewing concept at Echo similar to their homebrewing history: brew one fine beer followed by another while sharing them with the local community.

Echo features many of its own craft styles and collaborations with other breweries from around Colorado, as well as several guest taps.

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