Drink

It’s a whiskey business

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You may have noticed a new byline on this column last week. The prolific and illustrious Michael J. Casey left a big growler to...

Spirit Hound noses out another fine whiskey release

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Like many fine things in life, making good whiskey takes patience and time. Spirit Hound Distillers’ latest release, a five-year-old Colorado rye whiskey, proudly...

Goodbye to all of that

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I’ve been writing the end for so long, but I never seem to get any closer to it. If you’ve been following this column for...

The burden of history

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I miss the Walnut Brewery. It wasn’t fancy, and it wasn’t hip, but the Walnut was my kind of place to swing by for a...

Wishful drinking

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Let’s try this again. Back in 2020, the Colorado Brewers Guild (CBG) was set to host one of the Centennial State’s signature beer events: Collaboration...

The stout month story

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Return of the Bolder County tradition

‘It’s gotta turn.’

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Even after a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year, Aaron Uhl and Uhl’s Brewing are still standing

Drink of the Week: Westbound Coffee Porter @ Westbound and Down...

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February is typically the time of year when we talk about stouts, but don’t sleep on stout’s predecessor, porter, when it comes to dark-beer...

From Colorado to the world

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Lafayette’s Westbound & Down Mill is open for business

‘We’re happy you’re still standing.’

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Brew News: Redgarden is open, and CANarchy sells

‘We will recover from this.’

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“We were fortunate,” Tom Horst says in an email. Horst and his wife Kristy own Crystal Springs Brewing in Louisville, and though a few...

Not fade away

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“I don’t know how this is going to work,” Laura Lodge, cofounder of the Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywines Festival, says matter-of-factly. “We have...