“If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.” ~ Winston Churchill
Established in 2013, Owners Keith Winyard, Pete Satchell and Nick Lynn love to kick back with family, friends, customers, and staff at their new business Churchill’s Public House. Join them for a pint of good beer, a stomach full of yummy British food, and a good conversation anytime!
Photo of Pete Satchell (left) & Keith Winyard (right).
Pete Satchell (co-owner), affectionally known as Satch, has been in construction since he was 16 years old (that is when they can leave school in England). His craftsmanship and personal touches are everywhere through out Churchill’s Pub. Satch has lived in Highlands for fifteen years where he and his wife Dawn have raised two great kids. They have both seen a lot of change in the neighborhood during that time. With that change, what they felt was needed in the neighborhood was a pub that could serve two purposes: a neighborhood bar where you would feel comfortable taking your kids for brunch or lunch during the day and a friendly fun place to hang out at night that was reasonably priced. Churchill’s Pub is the perfect blend of Pete’s passion for community and his culture.
Keith Winyard (co-owner) grew up in South London. He has been in the bar industry for 20 years. He moved to Los Angeles in 1990 where he worked in George Best’s pub, Bestie’s. Looking for more opportunities, Keith moved to Colorado in 1993. The lack of British ales after a hard day’s work eventually led him to open his first British pub, Streets of London, and he has been a leader in the bar/restaurant business in Denver ever since. He spends his spare time playing football (soccer) and building/riding motorcycles. He is recently engaged and is living the high life in the suburbs.
Photo of Nick Lynn.
Nick Lynn (co-owner) grew up in South Dakota and holds a BS and MS from the University of Denver in Chemical Engineering. He worked for various natural resource development companies until 1983 when he started his own company, Lyntek, Inc., a minerals processing/EPCM engineering company located in Lakewood, Colorado. He has now owned Lyntek for 30 years. Nick is married and has five children, two stepchildren and three grandchildren. He resides in Florida but routinely returns to Colorado. Nick loves travelling, and is a wine enthusiast. He has always been a diversified investor and was very interested in owning a British pub.