First and foremost, the term “Ginn Mill” is not limited to an establishment that produces, sells, or otherwise solely deals with gin spirits.
Rather, a ginn mill was and still is, an old-timers nickname for the local tavern or watering hole. The name reflects a different time and place in US History, one that was a bit less complicated, pretentious, and flashy—a time that was more welcoming, communal, and friendly.
This is the intention of The Ginn Mill on Larimer Street in Denver—an established space that requires attitudes and pretenses to be checked at the door. You will find that The Ginn Mill is not the place to “see and be seen,” and it isn’t Denver’s “hottest, elite, VIP club.” It’s nothing of the sort. Rather, The Ginn Mill is a low-key, friendly drinking spot.
From the back patio visitors can see that The Ginn Mill also shares the neighborhood with one of America’s great pastimes, baseball and the ballpark. This makes ‘The Mill’ a great spot for pre-game and post-game drinks, to meet with friends, or to make new ones.
Our history is what makes us who we are. The Ginn Mill is an important historical link to the past, and therefore a platform to bring us pleasantly forward, together, into the future!