Upper Colfax News
|Denver Business Owner To Join the Ranks of Honorary Members - Knighthood of...|
Denver, CO & Brussels, BEL (Sep 2011) - On Friday, September 2, 2011, Denver small business owner James Pachorek will be inducted into the Knighthood of the Brewers’ Mash Staff during a traditional ceremony in Brussels, Belgium. James and his wife Tina are owners of the three Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Cafes and the Royal Hilltop Tap Room located in Denver and the metro area.
The Belgian brewers' guild bestows the honorary title on retailers, restaurateurs and importers who do missionary work for Belgium's breweries, most of which are far too small to compete on their own with the Heinekens and Coronas of the world. James is being recognized for the efforts he and his wife have exerted over the last four years to bring the hard to get Belgium beers to Colorado. Their efforts have paved the way for other local restaurants to have the opportunity to offer these imports.
The new knights are inducted or "enthroned" during a ceremony that takes place during the Belgian Beer Weekend held each September honoring St. Arnoldus.
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About the Cheeky Monk:
The Cheeky Monk stems from owners James and Tina Pachorek's love and appreciation of great beer and their desire to share it with others. Named one of Denver's best bars by 5280 Magazine and cited for Best Beer Selection by Westword, Cheeky Monk is a Denver-based restaurant and bar, offering a unique combination of Belgian beer and food. With over 75 beers to choose from, many which are hard to find anywhere else in Colorado and date back as far as the 11th century. The original Cheeky Monk is located on Colfax and Pearl in downtown Denver. They also have a location in Winter Park and the third in the Orchard Town Center at 144th and I-25 in Westminster.
Source: Beer Advocate