Drink

Requiem for a brewery: Wild Woods Brewing Company

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It’s always sad to see a friend go. Sure, they’re off to do new things, probably great ones too, but it still stings a...

Tour de brew: Großen Bart Brewery

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Colorado is the state of craft beer. If you brew it, we will drink it; but you have to do something to stand out...

Tour de brew: Vindication Brewing Co.

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Let’s face it; food allergies and dietary restrictions are ubiquitous nowadays. Everybody seems to be sensitive to something or other but nobody really knows...

Know your brew: Blue Moon Brewing Company

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Baseball is back, which allows us the perfect opportunity to explore one of the only beers ever to be born at the ballpark: Blue...

Profiles in brew: Aaron Stueck of BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

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If you don’t think a publicly traded brewpub based out of California can be a hotbed of Boulder brewing research, then you haven’t...

Lagers for Fathers

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French biologist Louis Pasteur had five children. That means he would be treated to five ice cream cones, five bad ties...

Tour de brew: I HOP IPA

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January marks I HOP IPA’s second anniversary of serving the drinking faithful of Broomfield, Colorado. That’s no small feat in a state crowded with...

New in brew: Picks for Collaboration Fest

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On March 16, Two Parts and the Colorado Brewers Guild will host the Collaboration Beer Festival down in Denver’s Hyatt Regency. With an aim...

Know your brew: New England IPA

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Where do beer styles come from? Sure, that pint you’re drinking may be made down the street, but where does the style come from?...

Tour de brew: Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House

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Did you know Colorado’s state animal is the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep? Those majestic and rugged rams of the Rockies were bestowed the honor...

Profiles in brew: Kristin Scott of Odd13 Brewing

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Trying to comprehend what a company is, where they’ve been and where they’re headed is no easy task. But for Kristin Scott,...

Profiles in Brew: Gordon Knight

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If you’re a dedicated craft beer drinker, you’ll probably recognize the names of Adam Avery, Sam Calagione, maybe even Ken Grossman. But what about...