Regulars at the Rock Bottom Brewery in the Westminster Promenade may notice some changes, not just on the walls but also on the menu.
The restaurant and brewery recently underwent a remodel, revealing a fresh new look on July 29.
The changes include an updated bar area with flexible seating and community tables for groups together as well as expanded seating near the patio.
“A big change is the color scheme and décor which now features warm colors, and clean and simple lines and new art work,” said General Manager Fernando Canales.
“We’ve always been a place people like to come to for live music and great beer, and we’re hoping the additional open seating and new audio visual upgrades will be an even bigger draw for groups when they come to the Promenade.”
As for the menu, new made-from-scratch items are being featured including Chipotle Agave Salmon and an Ahi Tuna appetizer.
Canales said the restaurant works hard to make most everything from scratch, giving customers the best quality possible.
A new beer on tap is also being feature throughout the month of August, the Summer Honey Ale.
Head brew master Ryan Piec said the beer is infused with honey from a local farmer giving a sweet, refreshing flavor to the brew.
“As brewers what we love most is getting to play around with stuff we can do next,” he said. “With the season rotators we get to do all of our embellishments and creativity.”
Another beer was tapped on Aug. 6 called Rockvar, a traditional bohemian pilsner that Piec describes as a clean crisp beer with a bright hop character.
Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery, at 10633 Westminster Blvd. in Westminster, was opened in 2000.