Drink

Boulder goes to Washington, again

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When it’s come to advocating for change at the highest levels of government during this pandemic, the Boulder County food scene has...

Here we go a-wassailing

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Cider makers, after rapidly gaining a foothold in the alcoholic beverage market, are now starting to imbue their beverages with some interesting...

Colorado riesling is the truth

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Though 2020 continues to pose challenges for Colorado’s winemakers — from wildfires to frosts to tourism declines (see more in Feast, page...

The time is right for Belgian beer

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While excellent holiday beers pop up from local brewers throughout December, you’ll also notice a stable of traditional Belgian winter beers on...

Local brews (and one cider) for the holiday season

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We scoured the seasonal section of our local beer store to round-up some of the best holiday beverage options Boulder County (and...

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....

Brewing together

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What is civilization if it isn’t people talking to each other over a goddamned beer? — James S.A. Corey, Cibola Burning.

Drink This: Rice Beer @ Hapa Sushi

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Did you know Boulder Weekly has an Instagram? Twitter and Facebook, too. You can find ’em all @BoulderWeekly, and you really...

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...

Drink This: Sierra Nevada’s Narwhal Imperial Stout

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Any day that ends with stout in your glass is a fine one, indeed. Finer still if that day is the...

Went the fest well?

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A virtual beer fest? How’s that gonna work?” So went the refrain once the Brewers Association announced that...

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...