In recent years, Denver has experienced an influx of intriguing social spaces. From RiNo’s Booz Hall, which combines five tasting rooms with local art to cocktail bars hidden in galleries and eclectic food halls all offering different experiences — our city has no shortage of cool hangout spots.

And we are about to get one more. Yeah Baby, Colorado’s first biodynamic gin palace, art gallery and disco club is opening this Thursday, September 27 in RiNo. It will be a space for the community to come and sip on all CapRock spirits — a local certified organic liquor brand with certified biodynamic spirits.

“This is a really exciting next step for CapRock and Jack Rabbit Hill Farm, and I’m really excited to bring Colorado such a super fun and creative project,” said Lance Hanson, master distiller and founder of Jack Rabbit Hill Farm, makers of Caprock. “We take a lot of pride in what we do, and the passion and creativity that’s been poured into Yeah Baby makes it a special atmosphere because it exposes people to rich authenticity that’s deeply rooted in Colorado, while at the same time, infuses a forward-thinking, creative approach that lends a subtle preview of where Denver is heading.”

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Yeah Baby is a six-month pop-up bar that includes craft cocktails, rotating art galleries, a dance floor and assorted seating. To kick off its opening weekend Yeah Baby will feature On the Record, an art show in collaboration with Spectra Art Gallery, a female owned art space located on South Broadway.

“Everything at Yeah Baby is art, from the furniture to the cocktails,” said Joseph Barnwell, Yeah Baby Operations Manager. “Our commitment to community building, along with our passion for irresistible cocktails and a good time, is clear as soon as you walk in the door.”

Yeah Baby pop-up is located at 2811 Walnut Street, Denver. It’s opening this Thursday, September 27 in Denver’s RiNo Arts District, at 9 p.m. For more information regarding location, hours and offerings visit the site here.