Big news from the most iconic landmark in Denver. No, we’re not talking about the Capitol building or Clock Tower — it’s My Brother’s Bar. We just got word that the legendary bar is changing ownership after 47 years.
“I think it’s gonna shock a lot of people,” co-owner Linda Karagas says. “It’s a big deal for us and the whole family.”
After his little brother died of Oxycontin abuse, Jeremiah Lindemann tried volunteering in a rehab center for people addicted to opioids.
He felt awkward, unhelpful and sad, so he stopped. Years would pass before Lindemann, a mapping software engineer from Thornton, found a way to honor his brother and, at the same time, help other families grieving loved ones who overdosed on opioids.