Yeah Baby offers a unique, full-sensory experience beyond craft cocktails. Poised to become RiNo’s new epicenter for dance, gratitude for the arts and thoughtful world-class spirits, Yeah Baby’s wide-range of eclectic cocktails feature award-winning CapRock® Spirits.
CapRock Organic Gin is among the best spirits produced in Colorado. CapRock is made by Lance Hanson at Jack Rabbit Hill in Hotchkiss, Colorado, a diversified biodynamic farm that also grows grapes and makes JRH Farm Wines and New Avalon Grower Ciders. CapRock Gin uses a blend of whole fresh or dried fruits, seeds, roots and flowers including lavender, pink rosebuds and citrus to create a unique flavor in its spirit while staying true to the traditional gin notes. The name CapRock is a reference to the water used in the spirits, which comes from a location twenty miles away from the distillery near the caprock formations on Grand Mesa. CapRock Gin is the winner of many national awards and Lance, a James Beard Foundation semifinalist, is featured in the upcoming tasteMakers television series debuting in mid-October on public television stations nationwide. Visit www.jackrabbithill.com for more information.
“Of all the watering holes I’ve visited the world over, none measure up to Yeah Baby…” - 5280 Magazine
“From rolling out local, biodynamic beverages to filling the space with beats by a local DJ and doing it all in an intimate, uniquely art-centric environment — Yeah Baby made an impression from the start.” - 303 Magazine
"The space has been designed to offer a full sensory experience where patrons can view unique artworks created by local artists, get their groove on, and sip drinks made with CapRock’s award-winning spirits." - Eater Denver
"And it's called Yeah Baby. This is a turning point in Denver's drinking culture, marking the moment that craft distillers dropped any pretense of earnest fussiness and instead embraced nightlife, fun and dancing. Artisan spirits aren't just for frowning, bearded connoisseurs sticking their noses deep into their, ahem, snifters anymore.” - Denver Westword