Top Articles from Boulder Weekly Beer Tour
Thursday, December 26,2013
Chicago charges $10 for a Ten Fidy
Colorado beers that are “common but a little pricey” in the Centennial State are “so expensive they’re delicacies” here in Chicago.
Thursday, December 19,2013
Boulder Beer kills Planet Porter and Avery releases Mephistopheles
Fare thee well, sweet Planet Porter. But when one brave soldier falls by the wayside, others arise to take its place. Here are some of the most interesting beers being released at local breweries this week or this week adjacent.
Thursday, December 12,2013
Farewells at Avery as fall fades
On a Friday afternoon, the tasters stretch out for a lot longer than necessary — and yes, lunch hour beers are necessary. We’re working here, after all.
Thursday, December 5,2013
A taproom bartender at Denver’s River North Brewery, Nikki is also a writer for Denver Off the Wagon website and when she saw my notebook I imagine she felt the surge of “That guy’s probably terrible!” that all journalists feel about other journalists.
Wednesday, November 27,2013
A look back on returning to Wynkoop
I can’t talk about Wynkoop Brewing Company without talking about history. But enough has been written already about Wynkoop’s history, and anyway when I think of Wynkoop and history I’m really — as I am so often — talking about myself.
Thursday, November 21,2013
Dark beers reign on a second trip to Oskar Blues
This time around, when the Boulder Weekly gang heads to Liquids & Solids, I’m surprised again: Not only does Oskar Blues do malt, about half the OB beers on tap are dark and delicious.
Thursday, November 14,2013
Brewery taprooms are one of the very few places — dentists’ offices being the other I can think of — where people often ask for things they won’t like.
Thursday, November 7,2013
Craft beer and curry at Yak and Yeti
I’ve been going solo recently for the beer tour, because we’ve wrapped up Boulder County and nobody else on this staff has the journalistic integrity to drive 20 minutes to drink beer.
Thursday, October 31,2013
Big, velvety stout is Crystal Springs' star
Louisville is the newest outer province of Russia, if new Louisville brewery Crystal Springs Brewing is any indication. Crystal Springs brews a Russian imperial stout, Black Saddle, along with about a dozen other beers at any given time.
Thursday, October 24,2013
Backcountry’s big menu means taking a big risk
Read carefully. Always ask your server. And maybe bring a dictionary. Those are the hard lessons Jeff learned in a visit to Backcountry Pizza & Tap House.