Wolverine Farm Letterpress

by REBECCA LAPOLE

There’s a new hotspot in town for makers, creators, hipsters, brew lovers and anyone who wants to learn: Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House. Located at 316 Willow Street in the River District of Fort Collins. The print shop with antique presses opened on Nov. 20 and features a community event/work space and their own Odell’s beer: M56; a yummy IPA named after the tag number of the only wolverine known to travel as far south as Colorado. Todd Simmons, who opened Wolverine Farm Publishing in 2003 as a non-profit and bookstore, is “open to a lot of ideas for the space. I don’t have my hand on the rudder too hard, but the majority of our programming will focus on our mission of mindful engagement with the community and will be educational.” Look for everything from farm to table dinners, outdoor movies, poetry readings, and writing workshops, to dance and music nights, knitting and yoga in this unique and beautiful space. More info: wolverinefarm.org.