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Thursday, March 13,2014

Turning green with beer

By Josh Gross
Beer lovers rarely need an excuse to toss back a few pints. But if you’re looking for one, Saint Patrick’s Day (Monday, March 17) generally qualifies. And there’s some decent happenings this week to toast the patron saint of green on green outfits and bad decision making.
Thursday, March 6,2014

Gluten-free and nationwide

By Josh Gross
Gluten-free New Planet Brewing recently announced a joint venture with United States Beverage LLC, the national distributor responsible for beers like Murphy’s, Black Dog Ales, Czechvar and more, meaning New Planet Beer is about to get its shot at the big time.
Thursday, February 27,2014

Why breweries shouldn't make Super Bowl bets

Payback is an IPA

By Josh Gross
After a drubbing so severe that Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart called it “the Seahawks ‘bring a Bronco to work day,’’’ Downtown Boulder’s West Flanders Brewing has to make good on the Super Bowl bet it made with Seattle’s Elysian Brewing.
Thursday, February 20,2014

Boulder Weekly beer tour

Avery to grow and closing time to stay the same

By Josh Gross
A proposal in the state legislature from Rep. Crisanta Duran (D-Denver) to allow municipalities to extend bar hours to as late as 4:30 a.m. was withdrawn by Duran herself.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Where to drink the love away

Beer, beer and more beer

By Josh Gross
But hey, if you’re looking for a cheaper and much less healthy Valentine’s Day beersperience, then head out to City Star Brewing in Berthoud and take part in their beer and chocolate pairings for only $15.
Thursday, February 6,2014

Stout Month and beyond

Spicy pickles and tasty weasels

By Josh Gross
Also going down at Avery this week is All You Need is a Beer, a paired beer and chocolate tasteapalooza that will include no shortage of yakking about the history, culture and “health benefits” of chocobooze combos.
Thursday, January 30,2014

Boulder Weekly beer tour

Cyclhops odyssey

By Jefferson Dodge
Oskar Blues’ latest venture is, at first glance, a rather odd mash-up: Bikes, tacos and tequila. Oh, and beer, of course. And yet somehow, in OB’s typical Midas touch fashion, it all works.
Thursday, January 23,2014

Football, beer and construction

Local brewers kick the NFL beehive

By Caitlin Rockett
But seriously Mr. Manning, with a Colorado/ Washington matchup coming only months after pot legalization in both states, we’re going to have to change up the nature of the “Bud Bowl,” for this year. Get with the program.
Thursday, January 16,2014

New brews in brew news

Have some firkin beer

By Josh Gross
The first Friday of every month will be a people’s choice brew, in which Upslope will announce a basic style of beer on its Facebook page and then take suggestions from commenters about how to gussy it up. For example, they’d say stout, and you could comment with “blood of thine enemies,” and they could then choose between brewing it for Friday night’s party, or calling the FBI and reporting you.
Thursday, January 9,2014

D-Day at The Post Brewing Company

New brewery opens in LaFayette this week

By Josh Gross
The official concept for The Post is simple: “beer and chicken.” Buckets and buckets of chicken.