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Thursday, November 8,2012

New tequila brand brings Mexican tradition to Boulder in a bottle

By Hayley Proctor
Once there was an agave farmer whose wife happened upon a rabbit that was acting rather strange. She saw him running madly to and from an agave plant, and after closer observation, she realized the rabbit was drinking a liquid that was dripping from the plant.
Thursday, November 1,2012

The Bräuler growler effect

By Alyssa Hurst
From the traditional glass growler to customizable clay-fired ones to newly developed stainless steel growlers, the options are plentiful, but when it comes to the Bräuler growler from The Zythos Project, its food-grade stainless steel body is not the only selling point.
Thursday, October 25,2012

A new kind of crawl

Dishcrawl is Boulder’s latest culinary adventure

By Adelina Shee
While Boulder’s infamous Halloween “Mall Crawl” was discontinued many years ago, the community is getting a different kind of “crawl,” one that is more about getting tasted than getting wasted.
Thursday, October 18,2012

Local brews named head of GABF class

By Michael Callahan
As expected, the Napa Valley of beer represented well. Colorado breweries garnered 35 medals in this year’s competition. Here is a look at local businesses that have outshone their peers at the GABF.
Thursday, October 18,2012

Video: Great American Beer Fest 2012

By David Accomazzo
David Accomazzo and Josh Minor were on a quest to find unique brewers at this year's Great American Beer Festival. Check out the video they came back with.
Monday, October 15,2012

Slideshow: Great American Beer Fest 2012

By Josh Minor
Boulder Weekly was at Great American Beer Fest in Denver this past weekend. Check out some photos below.
Thursday, October 11,2012

Dressed Up Salad Dressing brings flavor, color and, most importantly, nutrition

By Alyssa Hurst
When Jamie Corder and Aryn Schlichting started “eating happy” in 2010, they realized that one aspect of their diet was still unhappy. As they wandered down the salad aisle, they could not find a dressing that matched their needs.
Thursday, October 4,2012

Turning little thumbs green

Learning Gardens foster healthy bond between food, kids

By Adelina Shee
Tucked neatly in a corner by the basketball court is Casey Middle School’s Learning Garden. The garden is brought to life by towering sunflowers, beds of lettuce and an array of herbs like mint, oregano and thyme.
Thursday, September 27,2012

Great food, great cause

Local chefs cook gourmet meal for Boulder County AIDS Project

By Hayley Proctor
If you long for the Elway-era bright blue and orange, lobby for Bill Clinton to break term limit laws or still pay for a land line, you’re in luck: At least one thing in Boulder is going back to the good old days.
Thursday, September 20,2012

Wild Woods Brewery adds a bit of the outdoors to beer

By Alyssa Hurst
For Jake and Erin Evans, owners of Wild Woods Brewery, nature is not only their inspiration, but also their niche.
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