I found this place on the Internet and arrived after the location had closed. Andy, the owner and head roaster let me in and not only pulled me a great cup of espresso, but he also gave mea 10 minute tutorial on coffee roasting while a batch was finishing up on his San Franciscan roaster. He has a nice new La Marzocco machine and, being the former barista champion he is, he dialed in the espresso and gave me a nice education on his roasting methods and the flavor profile of the coffee.
The espresso was nice and even. Pleasant and citrusy but not too acidic. He explained that he generally roasts a little lighter than most places. To use a metaphor, his espresso was a Session beer rather than a Porter or Stout. Don't get me wrong, I like a good stout every once in a while, but you could drink a session beer every day and not get tired of it. That is his espresso. Drinkable every day without getting tired of it.
Of note, this was meant to be a wholesale roasting operation and in order to get a permit for the space, the city required him to run a retail operation as well, so the café area is in the same large room as the roaster. Andy has done a good job trying to segregate the two areas, but you can tell this is a wholesale operation. May not have the ambiance of the other shops in town, but the coffee is very good and the service was second to none in Denver.