Drink

The stout month story

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Return of the Bolder County tradition

Westbound & Down Brewing Company

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Westbound & Down Brewing Company, the Idaho Springs-based brewery that was dubbed the Great American Beer Festival’s 2019 midsized brewpub of the year, is...

Behind the beer: Avery Brewing Co.’s Liliko’i Kepolo

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There are two types of beers in this world: the kind you drink after 5 p.m. and those you drink well before. And Avery...

Know your brew: Czech lager

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The beer world is replete with traditions: American IPA, English cask bitters, Belgian abbey ales... But none have the distinction, nor cast a longer...

Know your brew: Blue Moon Brewing Company

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Baseball is back, which allows us the perfect opportunity to explore one of the only beers ever to be born at the ballpark: Blue...

Drink This: Coors’ Barmen Pilsner

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Named after Adolph Coors’ birthplace in Germany, Barmen Pilsner was first brewed by the Golden-based brewery in 1997 for a select few. Restaurants that...

Vapor Distillery is going big time

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Boulder County lost one of its most highly decorated distilleries at the beginning of April, and that is a good thing...

This is 40: Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

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It was 5 a.m. on November 15, 1980, when Ken Grossman flipped on the lights in his small converted warehouse in Chico, California. Before...

‘We’re happy you’re still standing.’

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Brew News: Redgarden is open, and CANarchy sells

A family malt and a farm brew

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There is a sort of alchemy that goes into brewing and distilling—grain, water, yeast and time yield something beautiful and delicious. Down in Alamosa, brothers...

Know your Brew: Russian Imperial Stout

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It’s another February afternoon in Boulder. The crisp winter air nips at your lips while the sun slips behind the snow-dotted Flatirons. Not exactly...

Profiles in Brew: Gordon Knight

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If you’re a dedicated craft beer drinker, you’ll probably recognize the names of Adam Avery, Sam Calagione, maybe even Ken Grossman. But what about the names:...