Denver is proposing a 5-year pilot program to join cities like Fort Collins and Greeley in liquor common consumption. The Dairy Block in the LoDo is an example. A Common Consumption Area is a designated area where patrons over the age of 21 can drink alcoholic beverages in a common space, serviced by existing liquor-licensed establishments. This is a new license that may have impacts on neighborhoods in proximity to these Common Consumption Areas.
Come learn about this proposal to allow liquor Common Consumption Areas in Denver at a Town Hall on Saturday, June 8, when the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses will discuss the potential for a pilot program to allow for Common Consumption Areas in designated “Entertainment Districts” and field inquiries from attendees. This is a great opportunity to have your questions answered and explore the impacts on neighborhoods.
The meeting will be held Saturday, June 8 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at the Denver Botanic Gardens (1007 York Street) in Mitchell Hall. Free parking is available in the parking structure.