Posts Tagged ‘backcountry brewery’


Beer World’s Best Come To Vail

Another magical, beer-filled weekend at the 14th annual Big Beers, Belgians & Barleywines in beautiful Vail, CO has come and gone. This year’s extravaganza spanned 3-days and was jam-packed with beer dinners, a homebrew competition and seminars, before being followed up by the main event commercial tasting, which featured nearly 400 beers from around the […]

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New Beers & Beer News 09/09/2013 Pt. 1

My wallet’s really gonna hate me this Winter.  One quick scroll through this list of upcoming releases and you’ll see why. New brews are a comin’.  There’s so many good ones on the horizon, we’ve decided to split this post into two parts.  In Part 1, we’ll cover Fort Collins, Boulder and Frisco.  In Part […]


Belgian Beer Bliss at Wynkoop’s United Tastes of Belgium

Last Saturday, we spent the afternoon at the 3rd Annual United Tastes of Belgium at Wynkoop Brewing in Denver. A small crowd of 300 lucky beer fans, 30+ breweries and 60 Belgian and Belgian-style beers made up the popular event.  The attending breweries brought the heat with a wide variety of tasty offerings.  The beer […]

Weekend Beer Buzz 01/17/2013

What a week.  I’m still recovering from last weekend’s Big Beer Fest in Vail.  It was unbelievably great.  Insanely Great.  Insanely Great x 2!  Yet the world continues to turn and time keeps ticking away…  Right into this weekend!  What looked like it was going to be a slow weekend, has transformed into one filled […]


Going Big In Vail With Big Beers, Belgians & Barleywines

I Love me a good beer fest and here in Colorado, there’s no shortage of good beer fests.  We’ve got plenty to choose from throughout the year.  But, it’s the Great Ones that keep me up at night.  The Great Ones that get me excited like a kid on Christmas morning.  The Great Ones that […]

Brewery Spotlight: Backcountry Brewery, Frisco, CO

A few months back, we did a little bit of “Beer Trippin’” up into the High Country and visited some great, great breweries along the I-70 corridor.  Along the way, we stopped at Backcountry Brewery in Frisco, CO.  Click HERE for the original post. I had been itching to get back to Backcountry ever since […]

Road Trippin’ On I-70. Last Stops – Backcountry Brewery and Pug Ryan’s.

After a full lunch and some tasty beers at Tommyknocker Brewery in Idaho Springs, CO, it was time to move on to our final destination of Breckenridge, CO.  Breck is only another 40 minutes west down I-70 and there are a few spots worth checking out if you’ve got the time. First up is the town […]

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