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Outer Range Brewing, Colorado’s Newest Hidden Gem, Go Find It!

When you first enter Outer Range Brewing Co in Frisco, CO, a huge mural of Jim Pasholka adorns the wall. Jim started the Snowcap Sled Dogs in Breckenridge, and is a local legend. The mural immediately gives you the feeling of the mountain spirit and community of this brewery. I first visited Outer Range on the Sunday […]

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Brewtally Insane Best of 2014: Breweries, Beers, and More!

2014 was an amazing year for Brewtally Insane. We sampled 100’s of new beers, attended more than 40 beer festivals, added 2 excellent beer geek writers to the Team, and loved every minute of it. Our great year was fueled by the tremendous support and enthusiasm we receive from all of you, our awesome readers. […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. X

With Black Friday just a few hours away, we thought it’d be fun to check in on a few bottles from last year’s Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout release and variants. The BI Team pulled together the base Bourbon County, along with the Barleywine, and Coffee variants to sample and share. Hope you enjoy. For updates on […]

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Crooked Stave Artisans Introduces Sublime Imports

Crooked Stave Artisans (CSA) continues to reel in and share with the Colorado market, some of the finest beers on the planet. Their portfolio continues to grow with popular breweries like Almanac, Evil Twin, Jester King and Prairie, while also introducing some lesser known, yet equally significant breweries, including Hof Ten Dormaal, and de Blaugies . Recently, […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. IX

Xocoveza Mocha Stout Chris Banker / Stone Brewing / Insurgente, Escondido, CA Milk Stout, 8.1% ABV People online have described this beer as a readily available substitute for Hunaphu or Mexican Cake which has caused a feeding frenzy.  Next time, keep it on the down low and buy them all for yourself to enjoy!  I […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. VIII

We’re not ready to say goodbye to Summer just yet, so in this round we’re sharing a few of our favorites from the past three months. There’s some beautiful beers in this round that range from a delicious, refreshing Pale Ale to a boozy, warming Belgian-style Ale that’s perfect for a cool night around the […]

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Exploring Avery’s Barrel-Aged Series of Beers

Avery Brewing Company began their barrel-aged series some five years ago, with No. 1 Brabant being bottled in February of 2009.  This provided an amazing outlet for experimental beers that were brewed with a “one and done” mentality, some of which soared to amazing heights and others that taught valuable lessons.  Occasional releases that are […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. VII

With Avery Brewing’s 5th Annual Boulder SourFest less than two weeks away, we’d like to share a special edition of See, Sniff & Sip, with nothing but funk’d up, sour fun. Some local, some not. Some easy to track down, some not so much. All delish and worth the effort. Hope you enjoy!     […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. VI

It’s baseball season baby. The warm weather’s here,  and we’ve got three session beers you’ll want to reach for whether you’re pre-gaming with the Rockies downtown or playing a little Tee Ball with the kids in the backyard. No matter if you prefer your brews wheaty or heavily hopped or on the tart side, there’s […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. V

Here’s three more for ya.  It’s been too long and I’m thirsty.  This time we’ve got a funky winter offering from Denver’s Crooked Stave, an introduction to the gypsy brewery known as Evil Twin and a tall boy from Oklahoma. Wait, Oklahoma?!?!  Some near, some far, all delish. Hope you enjoy. Imperial Biscotti Break Evil […]

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