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New in brew: A stout worth saving

Most savvy beer drinkers will tell you the same thing: The fresher the better. While true for the vast majority of American lagers and...

Speaker for the dead

Yes, Colorado may be the state of craft beer but when one thinks of Colorado breweries, one towers over the rest like a snowcapped...

Running down a dream

It’s all about you guys!” Great American Beer Festival director Nancy Johnson yelled to the brewers packed into the Denver Convention Center’s Mile High...

An independent state of mind: Part 2

In 1978, there were 42 brewing companies and less than 100 brewing locations in the United States. Today, there are 5,600 breweries. “Something amazing happened...

An independent state of mind: Part 1

For all intents and purposes, Anheuser-Busch shot first. On May 3, 2017, brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (the Belgian-Brazilian company most readily identified with Budweiser) announced...

Tour de brew: Boulder Beer redux

It’s been a little over a year since we started this tour of Boulder County breweries. Back then, 51 breweries and brewpubs dotted the...

Tour de brew: Endo Brewing Company

With more than 40 craft breweries in Boulder County, it’s not enough to just serve beer anymore. Nowadays, you have to have a beer-adjacent...

Tour de brew: C.B. & Potts Restaurant and Brewery

As it has become increasingly apparent, hopheads, lager lovers, wheaties and stoutettes are growing up and having families. That means a night out drinking...

Tour de brew: Sanitas Brewing Co.

There’s nothing quite like getting a discount for doing absolutely nothing. At Sanitas Brewing Co., located just steps from the BNSF freight railway, that...

Tour de brew: Berthoud Brewing Co.

Nestled between Longmont and Fort Collins, the town of Berthoud sits at a cozy 5,030 feet above sea level, but it didn’t always. First...

Tour de brew: Rails End Beer Co.

Outside, the sun burns through the clouds but the air remains cool. The calendar read August but it feels more like late September without...

Tour de brew: James Peak Brewery & Smokehouse

Named after the nearby 13,000-foot mountain — the second tallest peak in the surrounding wilderness — the James Peak Brewery & Smokehouse has elevation...
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