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Star Bar is one the oldest dive bars in Denver. Opening in 1959 and still in existence…Continue
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Not too long ago I tried Dogfish Head‘s 90min IPA and I kinda fell in love. Coming from a non IPA lover that should say a lot. So when I saw Dogfish Head’s Aprihop in stores I mean I had to buy it, right?
Dogfish Head Brewery is known for making some very crazy beers or rather “off centered ales for off centered people” as their motto goes.…Continue
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April 10th, day 3 of Colorado Beer Week starts out at Civic Center Park from 1:30 – 2pm. At the park everyone will meet up with their bikes, this is a cruiser crawl, and head to four premiere beer bar’s around Denver, Colorado. Ska Brewing (Durango, Co) is the host of this event and each beer bar partaking will be pouring awesome Ska beer throughout the day. You’ll have one free Ska beer per establishment on the house…Continue
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Day 2 of Colorado Beer Week will be a really fun one! Hosted at Euclid hall (1314 17th Street- Denver, Co) and brought to you by Odell Brewing Co. Chef De Couisine Jorel Pierce will be pairing four of Odell’s beers with four fantastic appetizer offered at Euclid Hall for only $25 dollars! The tasting will go from 3pm to 6pm on the upstairs floor of Euclid- The entire floor is set aside just for just you and Odell. After…Continue
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Colorado Beer Week begins April 8th with a very unique keg tapping at Blake St. Tavern from 5:30 to 8:30. Hosted by New Belgium Brewing and partnering with 15 Colorado microbreweries it’s sure to be an amazing event. $40 dollars gets you into Blake St. Tavern as well as all the beer you could possibly desire for three hours. It’s a Chinese buffet of craft beer people.
For an additional $5 you’ll have the…Continue
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Starting April 8th and going through the 16th a brand new tradition will begin, Colorado Beer Week (CBW). While this festival of beer may not be the Great American Beer Festival it’s going to be a pretty damn great time. 8 days of drinking nothing but the best craft beer Colorado has to offer as well as some great micro breweries outside the state. The festival will be held in…Continue
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Jim, Red and I have posted three original articles in the past few days...
1) Jim's original recipe for drunken noodles and insights onpairing craft beer with spicy foods
2) A Travelogue: Red's look at craft beer in Montgomery, Alabama
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Beer has changed over there years from buying the beer and drinking it on the spot to having massively flavored beers that need time to age for all the flavors to come into fruition. Avery Brewing Company out Boulder, Co. is a prime example of a brewery that makes very powerful beer that can be aged for 1 to 25 years. Must you age big massive beers? Of course not! However, by aging beer you'll actually be drinking the beverage the brewers intended upon.
Beer does not…
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