“People embrace our concept of a wine taproom because it enables them to enjoy a glass of wine without the tasting room experience, which can be a bit pretentious and stuffy,” says Infinite Monkey Theorem owner Ben Parsons.
Infinite Monkey Theorem opened in its first location in the Santa Fe Arts District in 2008, but found a permanent home in the RiNo District in 2011. Initially a small taproom located where the product was made, Infinite Monkey Theorem will expand and open on the third floor of the Stanley Marketplace in September 2016.
Parsons believes the eclectic mix of businesses at the Stanley will attract a diverse crowd that will embrace the concept of wine on tap. “It’s the perfect way for us to introduce consumers to our products. Once they find a wine they love, we hope they will buy it at their local liquor store to drink at home.”
Infinite Monkey Theorem is planning to offer food from a limited menu. They will also serve wine-based cocktails like their Sangria Slushy, Mimosas and wine spritzers. Cider, another house favorite, will also be available.
The space will have an industrial feel with a bar, a community table, booths and lots of nooks and crannies filled with comfortable seating. Books and games will encourage patrons to spend quiet time alone or make new friendships with other patrons.
For more information about Infinite Monkey Theorem, please visit their website at www.infinitemonkeytheorem.com.