A vegan animal activist (Josh), a small-batch coffee roaster (Mark), and a raw veggie humanitarian (Tim) went out to hike Mt. Elbert, the highest peak in all of Colorado. The 14,440 ft. mountain had always intrigued the trio, who often dreamed of lofty things and ever loftier ideals – like quality, justice, and fun times. As these manly men, who were also in touch with their feminine sides, reached the summit, they realized that they were alone, and also surrounded by odd clouds.
“Where are the other climbers?” pondered Josh.
We do not have a physical storefront!
We exist in your mind. We kid, we kid. But seriously, no storefront. You'll have to survive by begging for wheat meat on the streets or by heading to Nooch Vegan Market and grabbing some fresh logs or wraps out of the fridge. Our seitan is also made into amazing, magical dishes by Amie at the Vegan Van, as well as at other establishments around town. Try Marquis Pizza for a grand vegan pizza, for instance. Crema Coffee House will soon serve up sandwiches with seitan stuff. You can also head up to the Highlands and visit Hops and Pie, where our Sicilian and Sureizo graces awesome pizzas. The beer list is also unbeatable. Stay tuned for more delicious outlets!