Denizens Brewing opens second location near Hyattsville

Denizens Brewing Co., based out of Silver Spring, Maryland, is opening a second location in Prince George's County at the Riverdale Park Station development in Hyattsville.

WASHINGTON — Silver Spring, Maryland-based craft brewer Denizens Brewing Co. is opening a second location in the Riverdale Park Station development near Hyattsville, Maryland.

The four-year-old brewer will take 12,000 square feet at developer Calvin Cafritz Enterprises’ Whole Foods-anchored development, the first Whole Foods in Prince George’s County.

The second location for Denizens, including a restaurant and tap room, will open in late 2018 and will be open for lunch, happy hour, dinner and brunch.

The new location will include its public beer festivals and events such as yoga, biking and running club meetups.

“The Riverdale Park Station project is a perfect fit for a brewery taproom like ours, and we are excited about our great local and national neighbors that we are joining this year,” said Denizens co-founder Emily Bruno.

The original location, at 1115 East-West Highway in Silver Spring, has a brewery, restaurant, two-level taproom and a dog-friendly beer garden, and is the only woman and minority-owned and operated brewery in Maryland.

River Park Station near the University of Maryland College Park campus, is a mixed-use development at 6621 Baltimore Avenue.

In addition to Whole Foods, other current tenants include Gold’s Gym, Starbucks and several restaurants, including District Taco, Jersey Mikes, MOD Pizza, Habit Burger Grill and Burtons Grill.

The Green Line-accessible development includes 875 apartments and about 100 townhomes.

A Hyatt House extended-stay hotel is scheduled to open in 2020.

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