Left Hand Brewing Company has been planning to build an event venue near St. Vrain Creek for some time and are now starting the application process. The application process’s first step is to hold a neighborhood meeting.
Previously seen plans for this event venue call for a hardscape amphitheatre that would encroach into the 150 riparian conservation buffer where, according to comments made by Left Hand’s owner during a Parks and Recreation Advisory Boart meeting last year, 3-5 events would be scheduled per week that could accommodate 1500-2000 people. Such events could include yoga, movies, concerts, etc.
St. Vrain Creek is a public amenity that benefits all residents of Longmont. Our tax money has gone to the Resilient St. Vrain Project to repair 2013 flood damage to the river and greenway and mitigate future flood damage. Therefore, ALL residents of Longmont should have a say in all development directly adjacent to St. Vrain Creek, including this planned development.
Please consider attending this meeting and speaking up not just for the health of our river and its wildlife, but also for those who live near Left Hand who could potentially be impacted by the additional lights, traffic, and noise from this venue.
2 thoughts on “URGENT: Neighborhood Meeting April 30th 5:30pm at Left Hand Brewing”
Thanks for the update. Where is this proposed site? It appears that LHB owns several in the area. Also, what’s the relationship between LHB and Indian Peaks Brewing? Thanks!
Hi John, it’s planned for south of their current tasting room facility (which is south of Boston Avenue and north of the river). It looks like Indian Peaks Brewing was the name they first incorporated as, but the name was already taken. It’s still the name of their distribution company.