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Oskar Blues Brewery launches soft opening in Colorado Springs

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COLORADO SPRINGS -

A popular Colorado brewery is expanding- this time in Colorado Springs. 

Oskar Blues Brewery is based in northern Colorado with locations in Longmont and Lyons. 

The Colorado Springs location downtown is the first in the southern part of the state. 

The brewery moved into the old home of Old Chicago on Tejon St. 

'The springs is the next frontier you know I mean it's a beautiful area, the proximity to the mountains, the Olympics, the colleges, the military there's so much here that could use a good beer,' said Jason Rogers, Restaurant Director for Oskar Blues. 

The new location will have 48 beers on tap including Oskar Blues beers and a combination of local, state, and national brews. 

In addition to the menu and the beer selection, the new location boasts another special edition- a speak easy style bar in the basement. 

The official grand opening for Oskar Blues is Saturday, Oct. 21st. 

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