DENVER — A popular brewery in south Denver has reopened after a car crashed into its building Feb. 21.
Denver Police said officers responded around 8 a.m. that day to the crash at Dos Luces Brewery, at 1236 S. Broadway.
Police said a woman going south on South Broadway attempted to change lanes near West Mississippi Avenue and clipped another vehicle. That caused her to lose control and crash into the brewery and a parked vehicle.
The woman and two juvenile passengers were transported to the hospital, but no serious injuries were reported, according to police. No one was inside the brewery at the time of the crash, the business said.
The driver was cited for careless driving and disobedience to a lane assignment, police said.
The brewery announced Monday that it would reopen Tuesday.
"Thankfully, we were able to put in a temporary entryway, and the city inspector came over today and took down the 'Danger do not enter' sign so that we can open back up again as we continue to rebuild," the brewery said in a Facebook post.
The brewery said the Cuban Coffee Break food truck will restart their Wednesday popups on March 8.
"So come on over, bring a sticker to put on our temporary door, and help us celebrate being open again," the brewery said.
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