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Thursday, April 16,2015

Vapor Distillery is going big time

Out with the old and in with the new

By Hudson Lindenberger
Boulder County lost one of its most highly decorated distilleries at the beginning of April, and that is a good thing. Roundhouse Spirits, distilling since 2008, has ceased to exist due to naming rights for their products and overall company. But don’t despair, because in its place is Vapor Distillery, and things are about to get bigger and better.
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Thursday, April 9,2015

Go big or go home

The new Avery Brewery impresses in size and style

By Hudson Lindenberger
Like a proud father Adam Avery would be justified in bragging about his new brewery. After 22 years bumping into walls and struggling to brew enough beer to keep up with the public’s unquenchable thirst for his signature products, the opening of his new state-ofthe-art brewery calls for.
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Thursday, March 26,2015

Big air and bountiful beers

Hops Handrails comes to Longmont

By Hudson Lindenberger
Part beer festival and part snowboarding competition, it is certainly unique — it’s kind of like a spring version of The Boulder Cup Cyclocross race with highly specialized professional athletes doing athletic feats you could only dream of while you quaff delicious beers.
Thursday, March 12,2015

The continuing adventures of Hosea Rosenberg

Catching up with one of Boulder’s favorite chefs

By Hudson Lindenberger
Hosea Rosenberg is a gypsy. Not one that moves from town to town hanging his shingle out for a season until moving on. No, his journey is a more personal one of selfreinvention where he is continually pushing his culinary boundaries in different directions. Some succeed, some fail, but the lessons learned stay with him. And it all is on display at his newest endeavor Blackbelly Market.
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Thursday, March 5,2015

This hound will hunt

Out of the flood, Spirit Hound moves on

By Hudson Lindenberger
Some people just don’t know when to stop; they keep on trying despite the roadblocks that are tossed in their path. Spirit Hound Distillers in Lyons is full of people like that.
Thursday, February 5,2015

Ski Town USA grows up

The culinary scene in Steamboat Springs is evolving

By Hudson Lindenberger
Something special is happening in Steamboat Springs, and it is only starting to gain attention outside the Yampa valley. The iconic mountain town long identified for its champagne powder and a laid-back cowboy lifestyle is undergoing a restaurant renaissance.
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Thursday, January 22,2015

Whiskey straight up

Taking the time, and risk, to do whiskey right

By Hudson Lindenberger
Whiskey, the spirit that fueled the Wild West, is hot again, with global sales topping $3 billion last year, creating a run on all styles of the spirit. Fortunately for Coloradans, distillers are popping up across the state creating their own unique versions of this American staple and helping fill demand across the Rockies.
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Thursday, December 4,2014

Tempting FATE

Local brewery looks next door for more space to meet demand

By Hudson Lindenberger
“When we built our brewery, we had an eye on the future, we set it up to be able to add fermenters and holding tanks as needed. Well, that day is upon us much sooner than planned,” says Lawinski. “When the opportunity came to take over a space right next door, we knew we had to jump on it.
Wednesday, November 26,2014

Brewing battle

Grocery stores want voters to let them sell full-strength beer and wine, but is that really a good idea?

By Hudson Lindenberger
There is a fight brewing that could become one of the biggest ballot issues in 2016.  After failing five times to get legislative approval for sales of full-strength beer and wine in the last
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Thursday, November 20,2014

Where is your beer from?

Breweries adjust as craft brewing grows

By Hudson Lindenberger
Attitudes are changing in the craft beer community as consumers’ insatiable thirst for new beer drives constant brewery expansion. There are now more than 3,000 breweries operating in the U.S. — the most since 1870 — and the tide of opening shows no sign of slowing.
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