Fundraiser set to help Westminster tap house stay in business

WESTMINSTER, Colo. -- For half of David Jamison’s 43 years, he’s been a beer guy. So when he opened the Twenty Brew TapHouse in Westminster, it was a dream come true.

Open for two years, the tap house has become a favorite place to taste.

In early September, the business was burglarized. More than $9,000 in cash was stolen. The bad guys were caught on video, but police have yet to identify them.

With warm temperatures and the recent burglary, Jamison is preparing for the worst, closing the place down. He posted online about his situation and why he might be closing.

Ryan Means of Stem Ciders read the memo and is rallying a fundraiser at Twenty Brew TapHouse.

Giveaways, live music and beer, plenty of that, hopefully to raise enough money to keep the place in business.

The Twenty Brew rally happens from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday.

They say the brewing community in Colorado is close. All for one and one for all.

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