Posts Tagged ‘prairie artisan ales’

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Vail Big Beers Belgians & Barleywines Celebrates Sweet Sixteen

  Once again, Vail Big Beers, Belgians & Barleywines has pulled off an exceptional festival weekend. Now in its 16th year, this festival is unlike any other in the state or even across the country. From educational seminars to beer and food pairings to the occasional beer “celebrity” sighting, the weekend is packed with fun; and those are just […]

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Beer Hunter’s Report 08/12/2015

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. Station 26 Citra IPA is dropping all over town. Word is, […]

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Beer Hunter’s Report 07/08/2015

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. Crooked Stave Nightmare on Brett in Leopold Apple Whiskey releases […]

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Beer Hunter’s Report 02/24/2015

          Guys! 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 […]

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Crooked Stave Artisans Introduces New Brews From Breakside and Prairie

Our good friends over at Crooked Stave Artisans have some fun new beers they’re getting ready to release on us here in Denver. First up is Breakside Brewery, who has sent three new beers, including the first offering in their brand new Farmhouse Fruit and Funk Series. We’ll follow that up with a new beer and two returning favorites […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. IV

Despite being the shortest month of the year, Stout Month’s still going strong.  Here’s a pair of superb stouts to track down and try, plus a new funk’d up fruit offering from AC Golden.  Hope you enjoy. Prairie Noir Prairie Artisan Ales, Krebs, OK Imperial Stout 11% ABV After our review of Prairie’s BOMB!, one […]

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See, Sniff & Sip: Vol. III

Stout Month is here!  To celebrate, we’ll be serving up some of our favorite stouts all month to share with you.  Let’s get things started with a trio of high-octane offerings. Bomb! Prairie Artisan Ales, Krebs, OK Imperial Stout 14.0% ABV Our favorite Oklahoma brewery continues to bring the heat.  This time around we’re talking about Bomb!, […]

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New Brew Review: Prairie Artisan Ales Prairie Hop

With National IPA Day creeping up on August 1st, we thought it was time to spotlight a few IPA’s. Rather than tag the usual suspects like Ska’s Modus Hoperandi, Odell’s IPA, Avery’s IPA and so on, we decided to branch out and explore some unique takes on the popular style and review a few non-traditional […]

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Weekend Beer Buzz: 04/25/2013 One Big Ass Tap Takeover Edition

Spring has sprung.  Our weekly dose of snow has melted away to make room for sunny days, pink unicorns, rainbows, fairies, and Justin Bieber… Wait, sorry.  I may have just crossed the line with that last one…  I found my razor today and put it to good use for the first time this year.  The […]

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Sipping Savory Saisons at the 5th Annual Saison and Farmhouse Ale Festival

Saison.  The word is French for “Season”, but also used to define a traditional style of ale, one that was brewed in Farmhouses across Belgium more than a century ago.  Saisons were generally brewed during the Winter months (the less active months on the farm) and consumed during the Summer months by the the Farm workers (or “les saisonniers”).  The […]

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