Weekend Beer Buzz 05/25/2017

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Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Do you love Top Gun ?? Now 31 years later, we will be having a Tap takeover from 10 San Diego Breweries including Green Flash, Ballast Point, Mike Hess, Port, Lost Abbey, AleSmith, Alpine, Coronado, Mission and Stone.

Cedar Creek Pub is located at: 2100 N Ursula St, Aurora, CO.

Friday, May 26th, 2017

Crowlers of Coffee Maple Achromatic will be available starting Friday. CMA is our 9.9% ABV Imperial Stout brewed with an absurd amount of maple syrup and freshly roasted coffee from our friends at Zoe’s Cafe & Events. Crowlers will be $19 each, with a limit of 2 per person.

WeldWerks Brewing is located at: 508 8th Ave, Greeley, CO.

Come celebrate our 3rd Anniversary all weekend long. With special beer tappings including some rare favorites and some new flavors. Getting things started on Friday afternoon and winding things down Memorial Day. Great food trucks, cellar beer releases, tap room can releases and more surpises to come.

4 Noses Brewing is located at: 8855 W 116th Cir, Broomfield, CO.

  • Smoothie Berliner Weisse Release, Cerebral Brewing, Denver, CO, Noon

Cerebral Brewing is located at: 1477 Monroe St, Denver, CO.

Get free 10 oz. firkin pours with a donation to Habitat Denver. Drink beer for a great cause raising money for The House That Beer Built! (cash donations only)
This Friday’s firkin is Peachy Cream.

Dry Dock Brewing is located at: 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO.

  • OSTARA Release, TRVE Brewing, Denver, CO

The season’s finally turning. The spring showers are coming through. The streets are covered in the washed away dirt of winter and the waters of the South Platte are running strong. Spring is here, and to celebrate we’ll be releasing this year’s vintage of OSTARA, our mixed culture golden ale with dandelion, lemongrass, and lemon peel. Available this Friday.

TRVE Brewing is located at: 227 Broadway #101, Denver, CO.

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

Flavors of wine, bourbon, and tart acidity melt together in one bottle. It starts with a custom blend of two beers, both fermented from coolship-caught microbes. Once fermented, the beer is transferred to oak barrels that first held bourbon before their second life aging cherry wine from Red Fox Cellars, in the Palisade region of Colorado. After being freshly emptied at the winery, the beer was transferred to cherry wine barrels and allowed to rest and soak up all the beautiful cherry wine, rich oak character from the wood, and some of the original bourbon notes.

 PEACEMAKER is part of our experimental series, which uses a blend of two spontaneous solera fermented beers. The blend is a combination of two base beers, one 100% wheat and the other, a golden ale, made with pilsner malt. Both beers were brewed on our 4 BBL system and then cooled in our coolship, a custom-built copper 12 BBL vessel designed to cool wort overnight while inoculating with wild yeast and other microbes from the air. In November, we expanded into the space next door to add 100 oak barrels and a new coolship, which sits under an open window with fans overhead to circulate the air. This allows the boiling wort to cool for 12 hours, which inoculates the wort with airborne microbes, including brettanomyces, lactobacillus, pediococcus, and saccharomyces. Once it is cooled, the wort is transferred to stainless-steel totes where it aged and fermented for 8-12 months.

This beer was created using a solera method, a process where unfermented wort is added to finished beer, which causes the active microbes in the beer to referment the new wort, creating an almost identical copy of the original spontaneously fermented beer. When the total volume has finished fermentation, a portion of the beer is then transferred to another container and the new, unfermented wort, is topped off to replace and referment on the existing beer. This is a continuous process that we have used for over three years to create one of a kind beers, as each beer changing slightly from the previous batch.

The base beer is funky and tart and pairs perfectly with the sharp flavors of the barrel, while still peeking through with a complex and unique character. This beer is the culmination of years of spontaneous fermentation, barrel aging, and a unique partnership with Red Fox Cellars. Bottles are extremely limited and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. This beer will continue and develop with age so drink fresh or save for later.

PEACEMAKER was named after the production of the Convair B-36 “Peacemaker”, originally created for the United States Air Force by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in 1946 as a piston-engine bomber capable of delivering nuclear weapons intercontinentally without refueling, with a range of 10,000 miles and a maximum payload of 87,200 lbs.

The B-36 set the standard for range and payload for subsequent U.S. intercontinental bombers.
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PEACEMAKER
 750mL bottle, cork and cage
LIMITS AND PRICING TO BE ANNOUNCED*

*All limits are subject to change, at anytime, without advanced warning.

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

Come join us as we celebrate 4 years of Mountain Toad craft beer and community! We will have live music from both Thunder and Rain and Shawn Nelson as well as tapping a new IPA – Space Toad IPA brewed with Galaxy hops! Also Tony Guacamole will be serving awesome Mexican food all day!

Check out www.mountaintoadbrewing.com for details!

Mountain Toad Brewing is located at: 900 Washington Ave, Golden, CO.

  • übern00b Release, Odd13 Brewing, Lafayette, CO

Saturday, May 27th meet übern00b. She’s a dialed up version of n00b, our year round Pale Ale. Clocking in at 7.5% and with twice the dry hop of regular n00b, we get tons of orange zest in the flavor and aroma and a thicker mouthfeel. $14 per six pack. 3 case limit. 170 cases available.

Odd13 Brewing is located at: 301 E Simpson St, Denver, CO.

  • Local Knowledge Release, Great Divide Brewing, Denver, CO

Apricot Collette will be available in cans at both the taproom and barrel bar. Details HERE.

Its time to Mash In! The new Grist Brewing Company Taproom will host an opening celebration on Saturday, May 27th. Our new experimental brewery will feature a Colorado made brewing system from Forgeworks, a next level tasting experience, all the great beers you have come to expect, and new and exciting concoctions brewed in small batches.

We will have Cubs BBQ serving up great food along side all our great new neighbors. So come check it out!

We are excited to show you what we have been up to!

Grist Brewing – Lone Tree is located at: 9535 Park Meadows Dr, Unit F, Lone Tree, CO.

cerebral ripping through dimensions

Join us on Saturday, May 27th for the release of our newest 100% Brettanomyces Saison, Ripping Through Dimensions. Brewed with Pilsner, Colorado wheat (from our friends at Troubadour Maltings) and oats then hopped with Galaxy and South African XJA2/436.

Bottles will be available for $10 each, limit 6 per person.

More on the beer here: http://cerebralbrewing.com/ripping-through-dimensions-release/

Hoof, Wing, and Fin will be out front starting at 2pm serving up delicious charcuterie, sandwiches and more!

Cerebral Brewing is located at: 1477 Monroe St, Denver, CO.

odell small batch

Small Batch Festival is back for a third year. This event will feature up to 50 different beers, live musical performances,
and some of Fort Collin’s best food trucks.

A portion of ticket sales will contribute to our $10,000 Small Batch Grant. This year’s recipient is Sproutin’ Up!

Musical performances by:
Eufórquestra | The Reminders | Choice City Seven

Tickets will be $35 and will get you 2 beer tokens and a commemorative stainless steel cup.
Any additional beers are $5 each. Only 21 and up and no pets please.

Get more details here: https://www.odellbrewing.com/smallbatch2017/

Odell Brewing is located at: 800 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO.

Fiction Beer CO is excited to announce a collaboration with Erotic Romance writer Liz Crowe!

 The collaborative backstory:

Fiction beer was tagged on Facebook regarding an article on The Beer Necessities written by Aaron Goldfarb titled “Romance novels for Beer Geeks: Inside Craft Beer-Themed Literature.” (https://thebeernecessities.com/craft-beer-romance-novels/) Featured in the article was author Liz Crowe. She has written 42 total books since 2010—with many of them based in the craft beer world. (Liz doesn’t just write about the beer world, she works in it—as founder and marketing director of an Ann Arbor-based brewery, and now as marketing, distributor relations, and social media consultant for various breweries. She is also one of the founders of a Michigan-based women’s beer collective called Fermenta.) With titles such as, “Paradise Hops, “Tapped” and “Lightstruck” our interest was piqued! We immediately reached out to Liz to see if she would be interested in helping us name our Guava Kölsch. A lot of email exchanges later and we had our collaborative plan: a fantastic name for our Guava Kölsch and a novella written by Liz with our beer being brewed in the story!

The beer:
‘Adjunct Lovers’ is a Kölsch fermented with guava. The Kölsch beer style is known for being light, crisp and refreshing—a perfect canvas for fruit. We always try to make our fruit beers so that the fruit is noticeable but does not detract from the beer. This beer was fermented with .5 pounds of guava per gallon. The result is a solid classic Kölsch enhanced by the powerful and delicate flavor and aroma of guava.
Color: A hazy pale straw, tinted with a touch of pink and orange.
 Aroma: Burst of guava on the nose followed by a light bready pilsner malt character. Notes of other fruits including papaya, mango and ripe pear.
 Flavor: Soft pilsner malt sweetness followed by a delicate touch of guava fruit flavor mingled with a mellow fruity sweetness. Fruit character continues to increase as the beer warms.
Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied but dry and refreshingly drinkable.

Fiction Beer Company is located at: 7101 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO.

By: Mark Robinson

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