Chancey Bush
Bob Vincent, one of six new owners of El Rancho Restaurant, walks through the beginnings of a multimillion-dollar renovation that will transform the iconic building into a brewpub.
El Rancho Restaurant to become brewpub

El Rancho Restaurant has a new owner and a new future — as a brewpub.

The Vincent family — three Vincent brothers and their spouses — bought the iconic property on Interstate 70 on May 4 for $1.2 million, according to Jefferson County clerk and recorder records.

The group plans a multimillion-dollar renovation, including a complete overhaul inside, and new brewing equipment, said Bob Vincent, who lives in Hiwan Hills with wife Laurie Vincent and their children.