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The Sum Of All Beers – Blending Collaboration With Avery and Powder Keg Brewing

As the 2nd Annual Collaboration Fest approaches, we wanted to share some of the breweries, stories, and people behind the beers that’ll be on display during this years event. Presented by Imbibe! and the Colorado Brewers Guild, and set to take place on Saturday, March 21st at Sports Authority Field in Denver, the festival will feature 50+ unique, one-off brews. Every beer being presented is a collaborative effort between a member of the Colorado Brewers Guild and one or more additional breweries. Read on for the fourth in a series of articles we’re presenting leading up to the event. Hope you enjoy!

Collaboration Fest sets the stage for an unprecedented level of cooperation and interaction between breweries far and wide. The usual model is two (or more) breweries come together to design a beer that plays to their strengths, and then brew it up together for us to enjoy. Powder Keg Brewing and Avery Brewing decided to take another approach and used this opportunity to blend beers from their respective Barrel Programs.

Just days after Avery Brewing served their last customer in the Avery Alley, Chief Barrel Herder Andy Parker played host to brewers from both Avery and Powder Keg to select a blend that accentuated the key elements of each brewery.

Powder Keg’s a young brewery from Niwot, CO, that’s already making a name for themselves, thanks to the variety of well-crafted beers coming from Brewer Philip Joyce. Powder Keg brought their Lettre Rouge, which ended up serving as the base beer in the blend. Lettre Rouge made its debut at January’s Big Beers, Belgians & Barleywines event and made it to our “12 Can’t Miss Beers” list. Joyce describes Lettre Rouge as a Farmhouse Ale, brewed with citrus, hibiscus, Lacto, and Powder Keg’s house Brett strain. The delicate beer spent 4 months aging in Cabernet wine barrels, before being blended and released.

Boulder’s Avery Brewing needs no introduction. Barrel-Herder Andy Parker had quite a few different beers to select from, as the Avery barrel collection is now sitting at roughly 800 barrels! For this particular blend, Parker selected 8 beers to sample and experiment with. Some might be familiar Avery offerings, like Eremita VIII and Bad Karma. Others are brand new and could potentially debut in 2015, such as the delicious Raspberry Sour or complex Manhattan Sour.

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From there, we sampled our way through the entire lineup of 9 beers, taking notes and discussing the defining characteristics of each. The goal was to create something new that didn’t overpower the subtleties of Powder Keg’s Lettre Rouge. The grapefruit and hibiscus notes could easily have been overpowered by some of Avery’s stronger beers like the Tequila Barrel-Aged Bad Karma or the stone fruit notes of Eremita VIII.

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The afternoon turned into a fun game of mixing, sampling, and determining what worked and what didn’t.

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Ultimately, two blends were selected to create a larger batch, which was then chilled, carbonated, sampled and voted upon in a blind tasting panel:  Read more »

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Weekend Beer Buzz 02/26/2015

Another cold, snowy weekend’s coming. Fortunately, there’s plenty of beers to warm up with.

Here’s a look ahead.







Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Factotum Brewhouse will hold their Grand Opening this weekend. The new brewery will offer home brewers the unique opportunity to brew their recipes on a larger scale brewhouse and serve their beers in the Factotum Tasting Room. More info can be found HERE.


The fun begins on Thursday from 4 – 10 PM, continues Saturday from 3 – 10 PM and into Sunday from Noon – 10 PM. Tappings include a Peach Ale, Irish Stout, Black IPA w/ Yerba Mate, and a Juniper Pale Ale. Factotum Brewhouse is located at: 3845 Lipan St, Denver, CO 80211.

Friday, February 27th, 2015

This week’s Firkin Friday tapping at Dry Dock is Double Chocolate DoppelDock. Le Nom. Tapping lined up for Friday at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Breckenridge Brewery will release their 2nd Batch of Barleywine on Friday evening. “Barleywine Batch #2 offers a new twist on the original. Aged in French oak Cabernet Sauvignon barrels, this year’s Barleywine gives off aromas of prune, molasses and wet oak. It hits the palate with more prunes, round maltiness and a bit of hops, with subtle hints of cabernet in the finish.”

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Stop by the Kalamath location and try the new Batch 2, alongside last year’s Batch 1. 22oz., wax-dipped bottles will be available for purchase to-go. One lucky person will leave with a Golden Ticket, which grants entry for two on the very first day of the new Breckenridge location in Littleton. The opening is currently set for Saturday, June 20th. There are only 50 Golden Tickets on the planet!  Read more »

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Beer Hunter’s Report 02/24/2015







  • More Crooked Stave Artisans!:
    • Anchorage A Deal with the Devil (Batch 2) 
    • Anchorage The Darkest Hour
    • Prairie Limo Tint
    • Mikkeller SpontanSweetcherry
    • Mikkeller SpontanBlackthorn
    • Mikkeller Beer Geek Daydream
    • Dieu du Ciel! Peche Mortel
    • Dunham Saison Rustiqu (Keg only)
    • Dunham Resurrection de Broderus (Keg only)
    • Against the Grain Rico Sauvin
    • Against the Grain London Balling
    • Against the Grain KY Kamen Knuddeln
    • Crooked Stave Table Beer (Brewed at Westbrook)
    • Omnipollo Magic #42 Passionfruit Witbier
    • Omnipollo Magic #411 Smoothie IPA
    • Stillwater Kentucky Folklore
    • Stillwater Rio de Sauvin
    • Stillwater/Hof Ten Dormaal Arcana
    • Mateo & Bernabé Daniel 29
    • Spigha Cafe Ole Coffee Porter
  • Avery Uncle Jacob’s released last week from the brewery. Look for it on shelves soon.
  • Stone Old Guardian Barley Wine and Old Guardian Barley Wine – Extra Hoppy for the odd year variant both should hit…at some point. I know we keep saying this, but it’s coming soon, I swear!
  • Lost Abbey Track 10 is also out and it’s tasty.
  • Deschutes Jubel 2015 just landed too! 
  • Odell’s releasing Brazzle at the brewery this weekend. Look for it to hit local stores soon.


By: Scott Steigerwald

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Sanitas Brewing Introduces Bramble Blackberry Sour

Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing is ready to release the second beer in their newly launched Wild and Sour Project. Bramble will be available on draft in the Tap Room beginning on Monday, February 23rd. The beer’s a 4% ABV Barrel-Aged Sour that was fermented with blackberries.

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BOULDER, COLORADO, FEBRUARY 20, 2015 – On the heels of the first release in Sanitas Brewing Company’s new Wild and Sour Project, the Boulder brewery is set to unveil the second installment in the series. Bramble, a blackberry sour ale, will be released on draft at Sanitas’ Tap Room on Monday, February 23rd

“We often hear people say they don’t like fruit beers,” explained Sanitas’ Co-Founder Zach Nichols, “Bramble will make them second guess that notion. It’s loaded with complex sour notes, deep oak undertones, and finishes crisp and dry with a lingering blackberry characteristic.” 

The brewers at Sanitas brewed a batch of pale wort last Winter. The beer was then transferred to and fermented in neutral oak barrels with a proprietary blend of wild yeast and bacteria. Blackberries were added near the end of fermentation for further layers of complexity.  Pouring light ruby in color and 4% ABV., Bramble is a beautiful example of sour, barrel-fermented fruit beer.

Bramble will be released to the public in Sanitas’ Tap Room Monday, February 23rd when they open at 3pm.

About Sanitas Brewing Co.

Founded in 2013, Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing Company is regarded for their signature blend of tradition and innovation as well as their use of only the finest ingredients. With a passion for exploration, Sanitas epitomizes the wild spirit of Colorado with a variety of premium beers.


Sanitas Brewing is located at: 3550 Frontier Ave, Suite A, Boulder, CO 80301.


By: Mark Robinson

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Green Flash Brewing Announces Cellar 3 Series

It’s shaping up to be a big year for Green Flash Brewing. After recently acquiring Alpine Beer Co., the brewery has now announced their plans to open a second facility in San Diego, CA this Spring. The new location will focus on small-scale, barrel-aged offerings and will include 750 mL, corked and caged bottles for distribution throughout the U.S.

The program, which is named Cellar 3, first release will be Silva Stout aged in Bourbon Barrels. The beer’s expected to launch in April.

Other upcoming releases include Flanders Drive (Sour Flanders Ale), Le Freak Barrique (Belgian Style IPA  aged in Red Wine Barrels), Rayon Vert (Belgian Pale Ale w/ Brett) and multiple fruit releases, beginning with Natura Morta Plum.

You’ll find more details on Cellar 3 in the Press Release below.

SAN DIEGO, CA (February 19th, 2015) —Today, Co-Founders of Green Flash Brewing Co, Mike and Lisa Hinkley, officially announce plans for the national debut of Cellar 3, a series of rare, barrel-aged beer offerings and expansion to a 2nd San Diego facility. After announcing the 2015 Hop Odyssey lineup of hop-focused session IPAs last week, Green Flash Cellar 3 offers consumers a taste from the opposite end of the craft spectrum with a lineup of elevated, limited reserve offerings that will round out the national Green Flash portfolio. With construction of the Cellar 3 packaging facility now complete, Green Flash will roll out the series to retailers beginning in April, and plans to open a public tasting room later this spring. Cellar 3 is located in the eastern part of San Diego County’s Poway neighborhood, with over 12,000 square feet dedicated to the art of craft beer innovation through barrel-aging and wild yeast experimentation. The new facility will allow Brewmaster, Chuck Silva along with Barrelmaster, Pat Korn to focus on expanding the rare beer lineup and will significantly increase production of several highly sought after Green Flash ales. The first Cellar 3 release to reach consumers in April will be fan favorite, Silva Stout, an award-winning bourbon barrel aged ale that is coveted by craft beer lovers worldwide. Silva Stout – and each subsequently released Cellar 3 beer – will be packaged in artfully designed 750 ml cork-finished bottles available from coast to coast. Consumers can expect Cellar 3 750 ml bottles to range from $9 to $19 at retail.

cellar 3 silva stout“We began with a Temecula Red Wine Barrel which we filled with Le Freak as an experiment in 2006,” explains Brewmaster Chuck Silva. “From that barrel, we created our first batch of what we called Super Freak and developed a house yeast strain that we still use to this day. We knew we were on to something special and sourced as many barrels as possible, and then patiently waited out the aging process. After we secured a medal at GABF for Silva Stout, the demand for our barrel-aged and rare ales soared, as did our brewers passion for the process.”

While the Cellar 3 concept began to take shape behind the scenes, Chuck appointed Green Flash brewer, Pat Korn as Barrelmaster to ensure the program would be in good hands. As Barrelmaster, Pat oversees Cellar 3 operations on-site and works closely with Chuck to choose the barrels used and create recipes for innovative new ales as well as to perfect the recipes of longtime favorites.

Cellar 3 currently houses a variety of over 800 barrels including four 50-barrel foudres, is equipped with fermentation and conditioning tanks ranging from 10 to 50 barrels as well as a cork and cage bottling line. In late spring 2015, Green Flash will open the Cellar 3 Tasting Room to the public, offering a new destination with a design inspired by the idea of evolving craft beer into an art form.

“As the number of funky barrels grew at the Mira Mesa brew house, it became necessary to find a separate facility to house the wild yeast projects and make room for additional barrels. With Cellars 1 and 2 making up the Mira Mesa facility, we began the hunt for a 2nd facility and began to refer to the project as Cellar 3, a name that naturally evolved and stuck” explains Green Flash Co-Founder and CEO, Mike Hinkley. “Finding the right space to meet the brewer’s needs was our first priority when selecting a building, and we scoured San Diego County’s available offerings. When we found the Poway location, we recognized there was a tremendous opportunity to sufficiently evolve the program and pioneer new craft beer territory as the neighborhood’s only destination dedicated to both creating and sampling rare, barrel-aged ales.”  Read more »

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3rd Annual New Kids on the Block Beer Festival Announced

The 3rd Annual New Kids on the Block Beer Festival has been announced for Thursday, March 26th at The Lobby in downtown Denver. This fun 80’s themed brew fest spotlights the work of Colorado’s Craft Breweries that are less than 2 years old. The event is the perfect way to sample a variety of beers from some of the state’s best up-and-coming breweries, all under one roof.

This year, organizers have added a VIP 3-course dinner option with beer pairings throughout the meal.

Tickets are a bargain at the early bird prices, which are on sale now. We hope to see you there.

The New Kids on the Block Are Brewing Great Beer

Beer dinner and festival to celebrate breweries under two years old

DENVER, CO - Imbibe EventsPorchDrinking.comDenver Off The Wagon and The LOBBY will host the third annual New Kids on the Block Beer Festival on Thursday, March 26 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at The Lobby (2191 Arapahoe Street).

“Colorado now has more than 250 operating breweries,” said PJ Hoberman of Denver off the Wagon and Imbibe. “These new breweries are winning GABF medals, creating crazy new beers and we want to show them off.”

As part of Colorado Craft Beer Week, New Kids on the Block is the only event focusing on breweries that have opened most recently. In order to participate, a brewery must be under two years old on the day of the festival.

This year the event is adding a three-course beer dinner VIP session. The first course is a potato cheddar ale soup. The second course will be a confit pork belly with sweet potato hash and cinnamon applesauce. For dessert, guests will enjoy bread pudding with salted caramel. Beers will be paired from breweries participating in the festival. The VIP session will begin at 6 p.m.

After the dinner, general admission ticket holders will join in to party like it’s 1985 and enjoy brews from 20 Colorado breweries.

Current participating breweries include:

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The Return of New Belgium’s La Folie, Transatlantique Kriek, and Cocoa Molé

New Belgium has released the 2015 batches of La Folie, and Transatlantique Kriek, as well as a new take on Cocoa Molé. The brewery plans to keep both La Folie and Transatlantique Kriek available throughout 2015, while Cocoa Molé will only be available for a limited time.

Scroll down for details on this year’s blends and grab some bottles for your cellar today.

(Ft. Collins, CO)  – New Belgium Brewing is releasing 2015’s La Folie and Transatlantique Kriek while reissuing a new Cocoa Molé, offering an inventive mixture of sour, sweet, heat and tradition. Two of these Lips of Faith additions (Transatlantique Kriek and La Folie) will remain out through the remainder of 2015 and Cocoa Molé will be out through March, or while supplies last.

La Folie, French for “the folly” and New Belgium’s earliest sour beer release dating back to 1997, returns yet again to offer this year’s sour delight. A wood-conditioned brown ale, La Folie ages one to three years in French oak foeders formerly used in wine production. The result? A smooth oaky nose and delightfully tart finish. This one-of-a-kind sour brown ale is sharp like a lambic, sour in the finish, and full of green apple, cherry, and plum-skin notes. It pours a deep mahogany.

La Folie is 7 percent ABV and available in 22-oz. bombers and on draft.

Transatlantique Kriek offers another dose of sour that’s crisp and effervescent. The 2015 edition of Transatlantique Kriek began life in the oaken vessels of Gert Christiaens’ Oud Beersel brewery, deep in Belgium’s Senne Valley. After it wood aged, Oud Beersel’s lambic was blended with tart cherries and shipped across the pond to New Belgium Brewmaster, Peter Bouckaert. In concert with Oud Beersel’s cherry lambic ale, Bouckaert created a full golden brew to blend in and round out this kriek. The result is an intense cherry nose leading to a pleasing sweet-tart flash finish across the palate.

Transatlantique Kriek is 8 percent ABV and is available in 22-oz. bombers and on draft.

For a behind the scenes look at the release party for these sours check out the “epicness” from the Lost in the Woods party here. To learn more about the history of New Belgium’s sour program click here.

The third, Lips of Faith release is Cocoa Molé, a spiced chocolate porter. The beer combines chocolate, cinnamon and chilies for a sweet and spicy burst of fun. Brewed with deep caramel and dark chocolate malts, plus a healthy dash of chocolate rye, it pours midnight dark with a subtle, reddish hue and pillowy, burnished head atop. Starting on the tongue with the sweet chocolate and finishing with a fine-spun heat of peppers, Cocoa Molé is a worldly contrast in a glass – olé.

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Odell Brewing Releases Brazzle Golden Sour Raspberry Sour Ale

Odell’s releasing Brazzle next month. The new Cellar Series release is Barrel-Aged sour that was made with 300 lbs of raspberries, adding both a tartness and sweetness to the beer. Keep your eyes peeled for 750 mL bottles landing in local stores soon. More details on Brazzle can be found in the Press Release below.

Brazzle Dazzles Taste Buds

Odell Brewing introduces Sour Golden Raspberry Ale

Fort Collins, CO. – In early March, Odell Brewing will release Brazzle Sour Golden Raspberry Ale. Part of the brewery’s Cellar Series, Brazzle is an oak aged golden ale brewed with golden raspberries.

“We used golden raspberries to brew with, which gives this sour a touch of sweetness. There is also a bright, tart fruit and citrus flavor that comes through,” said Barrel Aging/Pilot System Manager, Brent Cordle. “The sour acidity plays well with the raspberry flavor. This is a very unique sour, and WELL worth the wait!”

odell brazzle bottleThe base beer in Brazzle is a crisp golden ale that was aged and soured in former Woodcut barrels for a little over two years. 300 pounds of raspberries were added before and after the barrel aging process, giving the beer both a puckering tartness and a hint of raspberry sweetness.

Brazzle is offered in 750 ml, cork and cage finished bottles, and will be available within the brewery’s eleven state distribution area this spring. Odell Brewing will celebrate the release of Brazzle in the Tap Room February 27th – March 1st. Guests can enjoy samples of the beer, and live music on Sunday afternoon. A special Welsh Rabbit cheese pairing plate will also be available for purchase (while supplies last). For more details on the beer and the Tap Room release party, please visit the brewery’s blog.

About Odell Brewing – Founded in 1989, Odell Brewing was started by Doug Odell, his wife Wynne, and his sister Corkie. Today, the culture of family and collaboration still thrives fostering a brewery full of beer-centric people. It is this passion for beer that inspires Odell Brewing to create quality, hand-crafted, innovative brews. As a regional craft brewery, Odell Brewing is committed to serving the communities in which it distributes by minimizing its environmental impact, sourcing local raw materials, and through its charitable giving program known as Odell Outreach. Odell Brewing was named a “Best Company to Work For” in 2013 by ColoradoBiz Magazine and is an award winning brewery, nationally and internationally: 2014 World Beer Cup® – gold for Runoff, 2013 Great American Beer Festival® – gold medal for 5 Barrel Pale Ale, 2012 Brewers Association Recognition Award, 2011 Great American Beer Festival® – gold medal for Friek, 2008 World Beer Cup® – gold for IPA. 2007 Great American Beer Festival® – gold medal for IPA.



By: Mark Robinson

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Old School Ties Give Birth to Collaboration Beer

As the 2nd Annual Collaboration Fest approaches, we wanted to share some of the breweries, stories, and people behind the beers that’ll be on display during this years event. Presented by Imbibe! and the Colorado Brewers Guild, and set to take place on Saturday, March 21st at Sports Authority Field in Denver, the festival will feature 50+ unique, one-off brews. Every beer being presented is a collaborative effort between a member of the Colorado Brewers Guild and one or more additional breweries. Read on for the third in a series of articles we’re presenting leading up to the event. Hope you enjoy!

Getting a new roommate is always a crapshoot. You can never tell if you’ll get along with someone until you are in the thick of it, living together in the trenches. At its best, lifetime friendships are formed, at its worst, you lie awake at night waiting for your lease to end. Luckily for patrons of the upcoming Collaboration Fest, when it came time for André Guionnaud and Dustin Darker to find college roommates, serendipity smiled and a friendship blossomed. The two met while students at the University of Central Florida, where they discovered the joys of homebrewing, and turned a corner that would change their paths forever.

These days, André works at Tampa’s Cigar City Brewing, where he’s a Brewer and Director of Quality Control, while Dustin works here in Denver, in the Taproom at Station 26 Brewing Co. Joining Dustin at Station 26 is Devin Chapnick, yet another college buddy. The ties that bind has resulted in a win for the Denver beer drinking community as the friends recently coordinated a collaboration brew between their breweries.

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Rounding out the collaboration is Station 26 Owner Justin Baccary, and Head Brewer Wayne Waananen. Together, the group hit upon the idea of a White IPA with an amazing array of floral hops. André said he was inspired by Colorado’s water and wanted to brew something bright to highlight the clarity and purity. He wanted to share “a taste of Florida”, with a strong dose of citrus in a beer that’s “as in your face as possible”.

The beer, christened Snowbird, is heavily dosed with 90 lbs of hops in the 30 BBL batch, which was brewed over a two-day period at Station 26. Exotic hop varieties such as Lemondrop and Mandarina Bavaria play alongside stalwarts Apollo, Amarillo, Citra and Galaxy to create an amazingly flavorful beer that we are dying to try.


This White IPA is made with 40% wheat and 10% oats, supplementing the 50% American barley base grain that will weigh in at roughly 7% ABV. Add to this flavorful concoction locally sourced, freshly ground orange peel and you have an amazing palate pleaser that is sure to go quickly. During the brew day, the brewhouse smelled like a vat of fruit punch, with so much depth of flavor, it was all we could do to keep our heads out of the brew kettle.

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Your first opportunity to sample Snowbird will be at Imbibe’s Collaboration Fest on March 21st. Get your tickets and we’ll see you there!

By: Greg Nelson and Mark Robinson

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Weekend Beer Buzz 02/19/2015

There’s a pretty insane lineup of events and tappings this weekend. A new brewery opening, plenty of firkins, bottle and can releases, and Pliny the Younger for everyone.

Here’s the scoop.


Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Several updates from Station 26 this week. On Thursday look for a firkin of Horchata Milk Stout. Stop back by on Friday for the release of American Copper Ale, followed by Saturday’s release of Dark Star Imperial Stout and Belgian Chocolate Dark. Station 26 Brewing Co. is located at: 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO 80207.

  • Menu Update, Comrade Brewing, Denver, CO

The new beer menu at Comrade is a Hop Heads dream. This week they added Honeyman 2 to the lineup. “Brewed with Mosaic, Centennial, Galaxy and Millennium. Beautifully bright golden straw color, intense floral and citrus aroma with big notes of passion fruit. Crisp and dry finish with a nice smooth bitterness. 6.5% ABV and 42 IBU.” That makes 5 IPA’s on the board for the weekend.

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Get over there for a pint and don’t forget to stock up on those growler fills for this weekend’s snow storm. Comrade Brewing is located at: 7667 E Iliff Ave, Suite F, Denver, CO 80231.

Alpine Dog will tap Darth Hop, a Black DIPA on Thursday at 5 PM. The beer’s described as a “dangerously strong Black IPA packed with tropical/citrusy American hops, caramel and de-bittered roast malts for a smooth malty, roast cocoa/coffee profile”. The brewery will host a Star Wars themed party, along with a costume contest. The release kicks off at 5 PM. Alpine Dog Brewing is located at: 1505 Ogden St, Denver, CO 80218.

Upslope Brewing will release Vol. 3 in their Lee Hill Series on Thursday evening.

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Vol. 3’s an Imperial Stout that was aged for 4 months in Leopold Bros. Maryland Rye Whiskey Barrels. The beer will be released in 19.2 oz cans for $10 / each, limit of 4 / person. The party starts at 5 PM. Upslope Brewing is located at: 1501 Lee Hill Rd, Boulder, CO 80304.

Congrats to our friends at Denver Off The Wagon, who’ll celebrate 4 years of booze bloggin’ this weekend. They’ve collaborated on a 7.8% ABV Imperial IPA with Former Future, that’ll be tapped at the brewery on Thursday. The beer will also make an appearance at Star Bar this weekend. Former Future Brewing Company is located at: 1290 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210.

Two22 Brew turned 1 this week. They’ve had events and tappings throughout the week and will continue the fun into the weekend.

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On Saturday, they’ll tap some of their favorite brews from the past year, with new tappings every hour. On Sunday, they’ll release a new one called Fruits of Philanthropy. Stop by and congratulate them on their first year. Two22 Brew is located at: 4550 S Reservoir Rd, Centennial, CO 80015.

Friday, February 20th, 2015

Head to Dry Dock for Firkin Friday and try Almond Omega Moo, a Chocolate Milk Stout. Tapping set for Friday at 3 PM. Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014. 303-400-5606.

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

  • Pliny the Younger Tapping, Lucky Pie – Louisville, CO, 11 AM

The doors open at 11 AM at Lucky Pie in Louisville on Saturday morning for a little Pliny the Younger action.

Picture from The Kitchen Upstairs.

Picture from The Kitchen Upstairs.

They’ll sell tickets for $12, with proceeds going towards Denver-based Breast Cancer Support Center. 1 ticket / person. More details on the Lucky Pie Facebook page. Lucky Pie – Louisville is located at: 637 Front St, Louisville, CO 80027.

Goldspot Brewing will hold their Grand Opening celebration on Saturday at Noon. They’ll start out with 6 beers to try and will be joined by Basic Kneads Pizza.

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Goldspot Brewing is located at: 4970 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80221.

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