One key change that's certainly exciting relates to Black Fox's ability to broaden its line of beers now that it's out on its own:
Because Black Fox beer is poured in the Bristol taproom, Schneider has never brewed beers that would compete with Bristol’s own IPA, wheat or Scottish ale. He said that will change with the move to Denver.
Also from Gorski's post, Schneider explains his central reason for the move:
“We’ve been brewing really fun beers, bastardizing styles, and just trying to have fun, you know?” Schneider said. “Now we’re at a point where we’re ready to go open up our own shop, get our own atmosphere, our own tasting room, our own attitude, our own personality … All that stuff.”