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What The Funk 2016 Announcement and Ticket Info

The 5th installment of the What the Funk!? Beer Festival will return to the EXDO Event Center on Tuesday, October 4th. Here at Brewtally Insane, we’re pretty excited about the return to EXDO and as many of you might remember it was used for two incredible WTF events back in 2014.

Aside from an incredible list of breweries, including Beachwood, Casey, Creature Comforts, The Rare Barrel and many more, there’s also several changes in the works to allow for a more comfortable and enjoyable festival experience. Attendees can plan on smaller crowds and pre-screening ticket holders so everyone will be able to begin sampling beers when the festival begins at 6 PM.

Honestly, we love What the Funk!? and can’t wait to see what kind of surprises the 2016 event has waiting for us. Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, August 24th at 10 AM right HERE.

Click HERE for previous What the Funk coverage.

What the Funk!? Invitational Festival to Return for GABF 2016
Denver, Colo. – August 18th 2016 – What the Funk!? Invitational is returning to Denver for the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, with proceeds benefiting a local non-profit organization! Last year’s WTF!? Invitational festival raised $26,000 for two local non-profit organizations, Cancer Climber and Water for People. The fifth installment of WTF!? will take place at the EXDO Event Center (1399 35th St. Denver, CO 80205) on Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

What the Funk!? Invitational is a celebration of all things barrel-aged from boozy and strong to wild, sour, and funky. Seeking out the fascinating and inspiring artisans, this invitational style festival provides a curated interactive setting where beer enthusiasts can mingle, meeting the brewers and other alchemists who create sought after barrel-aged liquids. Sponsored by Denver-based Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and Shelton Brothers, this festival features numerous breweries from across the United States and around the World making some of the best barrel-aged libations.

In a break from last year’s setup, which featured its fair share of complications on festival day, this year’s festival will return to its roots at the EXDO event center. In order to make sure this year’s festival goes off with a bang, and maybe a few popping corks, the brewery has also partnered with Shelton Brothers for a little added excitement. The EXDO Event Center offers a large open space, with unobstructed access to the brewers and artisans, all in a meet and greet style hangout.

“We learned a lot from last year’s festival,” said Crooked Stave Owner/Brewmaster Chad Yakobson. “It is always our mission to put on the best barrel-aged festival we possibly can by bringing in exciting brewers from around the world that would not be here in Denver if it were not for this festival. That did not translate in 2015 as it did in year’s past, as we would have hoped. All we can do is hang in there and strive to make this year the best of any of the years for every festival goer.”

WTF!? Invitational is one of the only festivals in the world to feature so many of the best barrel-aged beers under one roof with all the artisans present. This year will feature more beer from each brewer in attendance, a simplified layout in order to easily access all the brewers, as well as a reduced number of tickets available, with the size of the crowd decreasing by 25% from last year. “With a smaller crowd of participants, back to our old home at EXDO Event Center which holds 1500 people and more beer it should mean a great experience and amazing night of tasting many rare barrel-aged beers from around the world,” said Co-curator of WTF?! and Crooked Stave COO Yetta Vorobik-Yakobson. “Plans are also in place to minimize the time in line by prescreening and allowing guests to get checked in early so participants can be ready to taste right at 6:00 p.m.”

Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 10 a.m. Mountain Standard Time on This year’s WTF!? Invitational will offer general admission tickets for $100, taxes and fees included and 800 total tickets available. Proceeds from this year’s What the Funk!? Invitational will benefit Water for People, a local non-profit organization that works to provide clean water systems to developing countries.


By: Mark Robinson


Amalgam Brewing Ready To Mix Things Up In Niwot

We’ve got some thrilling news for all of you Colorado craft beer junkies and we couldn’t be more excited to give you the exclusive.

Philip Joyce and Eric Schmidt of Powder Keg Brewing are branching out with a new side project brewing venture called Amalgam. Now before everyone panics, I know what you’re thinking – Does this mean that Powder Keg is going to stop making sours? The answer is quite the contrary, Powder Keg is actually in plans to slightly expand their barrel program with Joyce and Schmidt still at the helm making the beers we all know and love.


“We want to brew beers that we want to drink and Amalgam gives us an artistic avenue to make the experimental beers and take risks that we just can’t do at Powder Keg. We’re letting inspiration lead the way,” says Schmidt. Amalgam’s initial focus will be barrel aged mixed cultured beers, however the long-term focus of the project is purposely being left wide open as to not constrain creativity. Will we see IPAs, barrel aged stouts, or spontaneous beers from this project? Your guess is as good as their’s. This “no holds barred” approach allows them the freedom to be inspired by growing trends in craft, while still being able to apply their own artistic spin.

Initially, Amalgam will brew and occupy a cozy 90 sq ft. at Powder Keg in Niwot, CO, consisting of 8 barrels and a puncheon with hopes to max out the rented space with an additional 4 barrels. Perhaps the most beautiful thing about this new venture is that it is free to grow as organically and incrementally as it wants. Both Joyce and Schmidt have day jobs at Powder Keg and the Amalgam project is solely worked on during their free time. “Inevitably we will grow out of the space and we’ve already begun the hunt for additional warehouse space,” says Schmidt. As Amalgam grows, Joyce and Schmidt envision a gypsy brewing scenario but they are definitely not trying to get ahead of themselves and are allowing the project grow at it’s own pace.


“One goal of ours is to have a library of barrels housing different types of beer. The types of barrels will range from neutral oak to wine and spirit barrels. This will give us the ability to blend beers of different age, recipe and taste to dial in flavors we’re looking for, creating truly unique beers,” remarks Joyce. This technique sounds like a page out of a winemaker’s book, however it truly captures the essence of their namesake – to blend.

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Weekend Beer Buzz 08/18/2016

A new brewery. Festivals. Tons of beer releases. And something called Wicked Weed.

It’s all here.



Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Call to Arm’s series of Wild, Sour and Barrel-Aged Beers – The Carriage House, will see a new addition on Thursday. Frightened Baby Chipmunk is a “wildly tart Farmhouse Saison blended with D’Anjou Pears. Using Pilsner, White Wheat, and Acidulated malts – along with Nelson Sauvin hops – in the brew, we intially fermented with a French Saison yeast, then barrel-conditioned the beer in Chardonnay and Cabernet barrels alongside Brett Claussenii and D.Anjour Pears.

Only 100 bottles will be sold, limit 2 / person. Don’t miss this one. Call to Arms Brewing is located at: 4526 Tennyson St, Denver, CO.

  • Wicked Weed Launch Party, Backcountry Pizza and Tap House, Boulder, CO, 5 PM

Wicked Weed has arrived! Earlier this week, they launched at Falling Rock Tap House. On Thursday, you’ll have the chance to try them at Boulder’s Backcountry Pizza and Tap House.

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Here’s some of what you can look forward to:

Pernicious IPA
Freak Double IPA
Coolcucumber Golden Ale
Lunatic Belgian Blonde Ale
Myrtille BA Sour w/ Blueberries
Grand Pere BA Sour w/ Marionberries
Medora BA Sour w/ Blackberries & Raspberries
Marina BA Sour w/ Peaches & Apricots

Backcountry Pizza and Tap House is located at: 2319 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO.

Friday, August 19th, 2016

  • New Tappings, Comrade Brewing, Denver, CO, Friday and Saturday

Comrade’s got two new ones set to tap this week. First on Friday, look for Honeyman XII – “IPA hopped with Enigma(rock melon and light tropical fruit), Lemondrop(lemony, floral, earthy, herbal, grassy, citrus, pepper, and pine notes), Equinox(herbal to spicy green pepper and tropical papaya to citrus) and 07270 (tangerine/mandarin on the nose and ripe peach/apricot and mango on the tongue). Has light tropical fruit and floral notes to it. 42 IBUs and 6% ABV.”

Come back on Saturday to try Nelson Sauvin Blanc – “2-row malt and hopped with Nelson Sauvin (“New World” white wine characters; fruitiness with fresh crushed gooseberry and grape infused flavors) and Hallertau Blanc (passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, grape and lemongrass). 40 IBU, 5.4% ABV.”

Comrade Brewing is located at: 7667 E Iliff Ave, Suite F, Denver, CO 80231

Resolute Brewing will open their doors in Centennial on Friday morning. Head over to try Colorado’s newest brewery. They’ll have plenty of beer and rotating food trucks throughout the weekend. Resolute Brewing is located at: 7286 S Yosemite St, Ste 110, Centennial, CO.

  • Firkin Friday, Dry Dock Brewing, Aurora, CO, 3 PM

Stop by Dry Dock on Friday to try the Honey Pear Berliner Weisse firkin, which taps at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Wicked Weed has landed!

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Head over to Freshcraft on Friday evening for some killer tappings:

Pernicious IPA
Freak Double IPA
Coolcumber Golden Ale w/ Cucumbers, Basil & Juniper
Lunatic Belgian Blonde
Calimost Gose w/ Grapefruit & Honey
Barrel Aged Lunatic
Marina Barrel Aged Sour w/ Peaches & Apricots
Grand Pere Barrel Aged Sour w/ Marionberries

Freshcraft is located at: 1530 Blake St, Unit A, Denver, CO.

TRVE Brewing teamed up with Huckleberry Roasters to brew up a Coffee Mixed Culture Amber Beer. This new one will be tapped both at TRVE and Port Side at 6 PM. TRVE Brewing is located at: 227 Broadway #101, Denver, CO. Port Side is located at: 2500 Larimer St, Ste. 103, Denver, CO.

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Beer Hunter’s Report 08/17/2016

Every week, Scott puts his ear to the bottle, takes to the streets and seeks out all the new brews hitting the better bottle shops around town. You’ll find his Beer Hunter’s Report posted here every Wednesday. Any last-minute additions can be found in Thursday’s Weekend Beer Buzz.

  • The big news of the week is the arrival of pumpkin beers (scratch that) Wicked Weed! A nice variety has hit, go hunting and catch them all.
  • Crooked Stave L’Brett d’Blueberry and L’Brett d’Raspberry have both hit the shelves.
  • Blackberry Farm dropped some interesting beers on us, including Tennessee Cream Ale and Blackberry Rye.
  • Denver Beer Company dropped some bombers of Chocolate Coconut Graham Cracker Porter.
  • Firestone Walker Helldorado. It’s here.

By: Scott Steigerwald

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Weekend Beer Buzz 08/11/2016

Cool temps, even cooler beer. It’s going down this weekend.

Here’s the scoop.

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Copper Kettle’s monthly beer & cheese pairing returns on Thursday evening.  4 cheeses, 4 beers, fresh bread and fruit for just $20. Get on it. These delicious pairings will give you a better understanding of the complex relationships that exist between beer and different foods.

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This monthly event is led by the Copper Kettle staff and one of the cheesemongers from The Truffle Cheese Shop.  7:00 – 8:30 PM, reserve your tickets HERE. Copper Kettle Brewing Company is located at: 1338 S Valentia St, #100, Denver, CO 80247.

Friday, August 12th, 2016

On Friday at Noon, Copper Kettle will release their 6.3% ABV, 37 IBU Belgian Pale Ale. Copper Kettle Brewing is located at: 1338 S Valentia St #101, Denver, CO 80247.

I’d love to give you the scoop on this one, but I’m afraid Black Project might pull my card if I did. Instead, go find out for yourself. It’s all happening at the brewery formerly known as Former Future on Friday at 2 PM.

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Black Project Brewing is located at: 1290 S Broadway, Denver, CO.

Dry Dock will tap a firkin of Dreamsicle Somerset Pale Ale on Friday at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Denver’s EXDO Event Center will host Save the Ales on Friday evening. More than 40 Colorado craft breweries will be slinging their brews in support of our local waterways. Breweries include Ratio, River North, TRVE, TRiNiTY, Wit’s End, Hogshead, New Belgium, Ska, Call to Arms, Baere, Epic and more. Tickets start at just $35 and are available right HERE. EXDO Event Center is located at: 1399 35th St, Denver, CO.

The 13th Annual Art & Ale Brew Festival returns to CU South Denver on Friday night. We love this one as it combines craft beer, wine, spirits, food, art, music and fun. A full list and ticket info can be found HERE. CU South Denver is located at: 10035 S Peoria St, Parker, CO.

Saturday, August 13th, 2016

Bierstadt Lagerhaus is ready to share a beer with you. On Saturday, head over to the neighboring Rackhouse Pub for the release of Bierstadt’s highly anticipated Lager. $5 gets you your first beer and the chance to win some great prizes. The Rackhouse is located at: 2875 Blake St, Denver, CO.

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Zwanze Day 2016 Locations Announced

Zwanze Day 2016 is right around the corner. Here’s a rundown of where you’ll want to be on Saturday, October 1st.

Click HERE for a look back at previous Zwanze Day coverage.

*List courtesy of Brasserie Cantillon.

Here is the list of almost all the bars that will welcome the Zwanze Day on Saturday the 1st of October 2016. There will be 2 more spots in the US and a new land joining : New-Zealand. 

– The Scratch Bar — Brisbane

– Tribaun — Innsbruck

– Moeder Lambic Fontainas — Brussels
– Moeder Lambic Saint-Gilles — Brussels
– Mi-Orge Mi-Houblon – Arlon
– Rose Red — Brugge

– Dieu du Ciel — Montréal, Québec
– Birreria Volo — Toronto, Ontario 
– The Drake – Victoria, British Columbia

– Himmeriget — Copenhagen 

– La Fine Mousse — Paris  
– La Capsule — Lille 

– Stadin Panimo Baari — Helsinki

– Café Herman — Berlin

– Kernel Brewery – Bermondsey
– North Bar — Leeds
– Six° North — Aberdeen

– Ma Che Siete Venuti A Fà — Rome
– The Dome — Nembro
– LambicZoon– Milano
– The Drunken Duck — Quinto Vicentino
– Ristopub Margherita — Quartu Sant’Elena
– Ottavonano — Atripalda 

– To be confirmed
– To be confirmed

– De Bierkoning — Amsterdam 

– Garage Project – Wellington

– Nogne O — Grimstad

– Masia Agullons — Sant Joan de Mediona 

– Akkurat — Stockholm 

– Erzbierschof — Zurich

– Anchorage Brewing Co. — Anchorage, Alaska
– Armsby Abbey — Worcester, Massachusetts
– Avenue Pub — New Orleans, Louisiana
– Bagby Beer — Oceanside, California
– Beachwood BBQ — Seal Beach, California
– Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar — Denver, Colorado
– De GardeBrewing — Tillamook, Oregon
– Fool’s Gold — Manhattan, New York
– Green Bench Brewing Co. — St-Petersburg, Florida
– Hill Farmstead Brewery — Greensboro, Vermont
– Holy Grale — Louisville, Kentucky
– Jester King Brewery — Austin, Texas
– Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales — Dexter, Michigan
– Mikkeller Bar — San Fransisco, California
– Monk’s Café — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
– Novare Res Bier Café — Portland, Maine
– Playalinda Brewing Co. — Titusville, Florida
– REAL a Gastropub — Honolulu, Hawaii
– Russian River Brewing — Santa Rosa, California
– Schera’s — Elkader, Iowa
– Side Project Cellar — Maplewood, Missouri
– Slow Boat Tavern — Seattle, Washington
– Spuyten Duyvil — Brooklyn, New York
– The Sovereign — Washington D.C.
– Thin Man Brewery – Buffalo, New-York
– Trillium Brewing Co. — Canton, Massachusetts
– West Lakeview Liquors — Chicago, Illinois
– 1 more place to be confirmed

Thanks to all of them and thanks also to all the ones that are making this possible !

By: Mark Robinson

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Beer Hunter’s Report 08/10/2016

Every week, Scott puts his ear to the bottle, takes to the streets and seeks out all the new brews hitting the better bottle shops around town. You’ll find his Beer Hunter’s Report posted here every Wednesday. Any last-minute additions can be found in Thursday’s Weekend Beer Buzz.

  • Beer bloggers be lit up about the news that Wicked Weed is hitting Denver distro. Meanwhile, here at Brewtally Insane, we mentioned this back in March. Release parties all over town next week, then bottles.
  • AC Golden Colorado Native Plum started hitting last week. More is hitting this week.
  • Stone Enjoy By 09.05.16 Unfiltered started to hit last week, look for wider distro this week. Hazy = juicy, right? We are also expecting to see the 20th Anniversary Citracado IPA hit very soon.
  • A fresh drop of Cascade shelfies has hit. Manhatten NW, Kriek, Apricot and Figaro.
  • It might still be in the 90s outside, but Dry Dock Imperial Pumpkin is being released regardless of season/weather. You know the drill; Brewery first, shelves next.
  • Casey Brett Loves Mosaic is hitting Denver! Git yer Casey!
  • Odd13 Hopperalla and Duraznodor are hitting the stores, moar cans!

By: Scott Steigerwald


Weekend Beer Buzz 08/04/2016

Happy National IPA Day! Get out and get your hop fix at some of the great events around town this week.

Also, there are some killer anniversary parties on the schedule. Odd13 Brewing’s turning 3, Denver Beer Co. turns 5, Elk Mountain is 6, and Avery Brewing is 23!

Raise a glass and enjoy a break from the heat.

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Thursday is IPA Day and Black Shirt’s tapping some awesome brews to help celebrate. Look for Blood Orange Double IPA, Frontman IPA VI & VII, Passionfruit Double IPA, Colorado Red IPA, and Barrel-Aged Double Black IPA. 11 AM start. Black Shirt Brewing is located at: 3719 Walnut St, Denver, CO.

WeldWerks will release Fruity Bits – Mango for IPA Day. This was brewed with hops specifically selected for their tropical fruit character, contributing notes of mango, papaya, pineapple and tangerine. This is the only batch of Fruity Bits – Mango, so don’t miss out. Available both on draft and in Crowlers to-go (2 / person). Crowlers of Juicy Bits, Steambarrel IPA and Remember A Day will also be available. WeldWerks Brewing is located at: 508 8th Ave, Greeley, CO.

Parry’s Pizza will host mini tap takeovers across Colorado for IPA Day.


Here’s the lineup:

Castle Rock

Molotov Cocktail by Evil Twin
Hoppenberg Uncertainty Principle by River North
Idiot IPA by Coronado
others TBA

Greenwood Village

Elevated IPA by La Cumbre
2×4 by Melvin
RuinTen IPA by Stone
Hoppenberg Uncertainty Principle by River North

Highlands Ranch

Hop-A-Wheelie by Boneyard
Molotov Cocktail Heavy by Evil Twin
Dank in the Dark by Telluride
others TBA


Space Dust by Elysian
Hop Troll by Odd 13
Hoppenberg Uncertainty Principle by River North
Blood Orange Silent Guardian by Verboten


Pliny the Elder by Russian River
Insane Rush IPA by Bootstrap
Happy Mango IIPA by City Star
Idiot IPA by Coronado
Molotov Cocktail Heavy by Evil Twin
Boomsauce by Lord Hobo
Hop Kitchen Juicy Mandarina IPA by New Belgium
Bad Guy With An Agenda IPA by Odd 13
Grapefruit IPA by Perrin
Hoppenberg Uncertainty Principle by River North

Additional details for each location can be found HERE.

Friday, August 5th, 2016

Copper Kettle will tap their traditional German Wheat on Friday at Noon. Head over and beat the Summer heat with this refreshing new brew. Copper Kettle Brewing is located at: 1338 S Valentia St #101, Denver, CO 80247.

Black Project Brewing will take over the taps at Former Future on Friday afternoon. Here’s the scoop:

-At least one year+ old keg from the cellar 
Debuting a fresh new batch of HYPERSONIC, our Octuple Dry-Hopped Wild-Yeast IPA, this time featuring Citra. 
Return of Bantam and Stiletto on draft
-1 last keg of Elsewhere Wild Amber
-Debuting VOODOO – dry-hopped version of Elsewhere (this is the “Jumpseat” to Elsewhere)
-Return of Reheat – sour ale aged in tempranillo must-soaked barrels
-Introducing: LUNEX – 100% spontaneous sour with Corvus Coffee added
-Likely debut of at least one other beer made with an wild yeast blend, 14+ unique sources/colony types/”strains”, all isolated from within 1 mile of the brewery.

We’re also hosting the August Brewer’s Table. The 4pm seating is sold out but there are a few seats remaining for the 6pm seating and 8pm seating. Remember, each $75 includes a tour, barrel tasting, bottle tasting, food from The Truffle Cheese Shop, 2 draught beers, and a bottle to take home. YOU DO NOT NEED A BREWERS TABLE TICKET TO ATTEND THE TAP TAKEOVER.

Please visit for tickets.

Former Future Brewing is located at: 1290 S Broadway, Denver, CO.

World of Beer – Cherry Creek will host Joseph James Brewery all day on Friday. Cruise over and try some of the tasty offerings from this Nevada brewery. Tappings include – American Flyer, Citra Rye Pale Ale, Mango Hefeweizen, Tequila Dead Fox, Plum Smuggler, Sour Split, and 8th Anniversary Ale. World of Beer – Cherry Creek is located at: 660 S Colorado Blvd, Glendale, CO.

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Great American Beer Festival Tickets On Sale This Week

Tickets to the Great American Beer Festival go on sale this week! The largest beer festival in North America, GABF will draw more than 3,800 beers from 800+ breweries to Denver for the annual event.

A pre-sale for members of the American Homebrewers Association and Brewers Association will begin on Tuesday, August 2nd at 10 AM. Tickets for the general public will go on sale beginning on Wednesday, August 3rd at 10 AM.

This year’s GABF will take over the town the week of October 3rd, with the actual festival set for Thursday, October 6th – Saturday, October 8th.

Tickets WILL Sell Out, so don’t miss this opportunity. Click HERE to visit the official GABF Website, which is loaded with festival info.

Visit Ticketmaster, logon early and be ready to snag your tickets. Good luck!

By: Mark Robinson


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Weekend Beer Buzz 07/28/2016

Here we go peeps. Another hot one’s waiting for us. The good news is there’s some awesome events on the calendar this week.

Cheers to our friends at First Draft Taproom as they celebrate their 1st Anniversary this weekend, with multiple days of events and special tappings. Also, a nod to Hogshead as they gear up for their 4th Anniversary celebration.

In addition, there’s some really great releases at River North, TRVE, Ursula, and others, not to mention a Bacon Beer Dinner. Let the games begin.

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

Congrats to the gang over at First Draft on their 1st Anniversary. They’re celebrating all week with special tappings, including the debut of their collab with Odd13, look for a crawfish boil on Saturday and Sunday, live music and more. Special tappings include beers from The Bruery, Russian River, Bells, Comrade, Boneyard, Avery and many more. Details HERE. First Draft Taproom & Kitchen is located at: 1309 26th St, Denver, CO.

Ursula Brewery will relaunch their GABF Medal Winning Passion Fruit Kolsch, now known as Renata. It’ll be available both on draft and in bottles to-go on Thursday afternoon. Ursula Brewery is located at: 2101 N Ursula St #10, Aurora, CO.

Friday, July 29th, 2016

  • 4th Anniversary, Hogshead Brewery, Denver, CO, Fri – Sun

Hogshead Brewery’s celebrating their 4th Anniversary this weekend. Stop by for proper pints, new releases, live music and tasty bites. Hogshead is located at: 4460 W 29th Ave, Denver, CO.

Cruise by Dry Dock on Friday at 3 PM when they tap a firkin of Rose Hip & Hibiscus Pilsner. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Culture will head over to Diebolt on Friday evening and they’re bringing ready-made meat and cheese boards. Try your hand at pairing your favorite Diebolt brews with these tasty bites. Diebolt Brewing is located at: 3855 Mariposa St, Denver, CO.

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

B-Side Avarice is River North’s most recent collaboration with Mr. B’s Liquor in Denver. This time they took their Avarice Belgian Imperial Stout, aged it in Rye Whiskey Barrels for more than a year and added local coffee, at a rate of more than 3 lbs / barrel.

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With only 168 cases to go around and a 3 bottle limit, this one should go quickly. Bottles are $12 / each. River North Brewery is located at: 6021 Washington St, Unit A, Denver, CO.

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