Edit ModuleShow Tags

Made in Colorado 2020: The Top 100 Manufacturers

Making products locally is no easy feat, but Colorado companies are up to the challenge


Making products locally is no easy feat, but Colorado companies are up to the challenge, bringing production to all corners of the state. Manufacturing in the state has rapidly expanded in the past years across industries, from beer to aerospace. Which is why, once again, ColoradoBiz is gearing up to celebrate just some of the manufacturers that are bringing innovation within their industries. The annual Made in Colorado honors 100 of the state's manufacturers in ten industry categories. 

On March 12, at Mile High Station, manufacturers from across the state will gather to show off their innovation, network and discuss what makes manufacturing in Colorado unique.

Starting at 2:30 p.m., all Colorado manufacturers are invited to join in facilitated table dicussions on topics like marketing and sales, cybersecurity, automation, new NAFTA, strategic planning and execution, employee benefits and compension and more. Then, beginning at 3:30 p.m., all members of the business community are invited to celebrate the Made in Colorado awards honoring the most ethical manufacturer, the most innovative manufacturer, the top food and beverage manufacturer, the top emerging manufacturer and the top designed good in the state. The 15 finalists and 5 winners will be announced at the event.  Purchase your tickets today

So, without further ado, here are the 2020 Made in Colorado 100 manufacturers: 


Coloado Candy Co.
Ready Foods
Luna Gourmet Coffee & Tea Company
Epicurean Butter
Cultura Craft Chocolate
Four Points Bar
The Real Dill
Polidori Sausage
Grateful Bread


Sand Creek Distillery
Brewability Lab
Montanya Distilling
The Winery at the Holy Cross Abbey
Casey Brewing & Blending
Colorado Sake Co.
Liberai Restaurant & Brewery
Dos Luces
Declaration Brewing
Fenceline Ciders


SEAKR Engineering
Bye Aerospace
Blue Canyon Technologies
York Space Systems
Ball Aerospace & Technologies (Ball Corp.)
Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Space Systems
Special Aerospace Services
Honeybee Robotics


Solid Power
Alpha Spectra
Droplet Measurement Technologies
Community Power Corporation / Syntech Bioenergy
AMP Robotics
Living Ink Technologies
Lightning Systems
Growing Spaces
Waste Farmers


Sensor Solutions
Premier Mfg. 
Liteye Systems
Forge Nano
Titan Robotics
Graham Electric Planter 
SparkFun Electronics


Eco Brands Group / Green Guru Gear
Meier Skis
Phunkshun Wear
John Allen Woodward | USA
J&H Buckles
Never Summer Industries
Oveja Negra Bikepacking
ID Sculpture
Colorado Teardrops


TEI Rock Drills
Reynolds Polymer
Comptek Technologies
Noffsinger Mfg.
Epilog Laser
Advanced Mechancal Technologies
Vexor Custom Woodworking Tools
Right Stuff Equipment
Temco Mfg.


Surgical Coatings
Anatomy in Clay
Preferred Medical Products
Quorum Prosthetics
Bolder Surgical 
Terumo BCT


Lutek Shading Systems
Alpen High Performance Products
David Rasmussen Design
SimBLISSity Tiny Houses
Pursell Mfg.
Spinster Sisters Co. 
CeDUR Roofing Shakes
Hydro Massage Products
Dragon Forge
Wine Punts


Circle Graphics
Supple Collection
Equip, Inc.
Display Devices
Victor Guitar
Sentry Siren
DeBourgh Mfg. Co.

Join us Thursday, March 12 at Mile High Station for the 8th annual Made in Colorado Manufacturing Event and Awards. This event is brought to you by presenting sponsors Plante Moran, Citywide Banks and Cresa as well as associate sponsors Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Association (CAMA), Minor & Brown PC, FMH and Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center

Edit Module
Ali Longwell

Ali Longwell is the digital editor at ColoradoBiz. She has also written for SDxCentral, a B2B online technology publication, as well as Denver-area lifestyle magazines 5280, Denver Life Magazine, Avid Lifestyle and more. She can be reached at alongwell@cobizmag.com

Get more content like this: Subscribe to the magazine | Sign up for our Free e-newsletter

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Articles

The real estate risk no one is talking about

The explosive growth in nightly rentals has exposed (no pun intended) millions of property owners to a new risk due to the virus fallout. What impact will rental owners see in the coming months?

Kate Bailey applies journalistic lessons to entrepreneurial pursuits

Kate Bailey launched her career as a reporter-editor at two ColoradoBiz sister publications. Like many in the media industry, she went to the “dark side” in the fall of 2013, entrepreneurially evolving her journalistic skills to craft her own public relations firm, largely serving luxury and lifestyle brands, including multiple Inc. 500 companies.

The latest coronavirus updates and how they're affecting Colorado businesses

With daily changes to policies, regulations and lifestyle, ColoradoBiz is dedicated to bringing you the latest news affecting employers and employees. Today, advice for landlords on offering rent relief.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module


Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags