“We consider ourselves kind of the microbrew of snowboards,” says Venture Snowboards co-founder Lisa Branner. The analogy makes sense to any Coloradan because nothing taps into our identity like an obsession with craftsmanship.
Lenny and Amy Eckstein are co-owners of Buena Vista’s Deerhammer Distillery and their traditional grain to glass distilling approach has caught the attention of many Colorado craft connoisseurs and local film company, Traverse Image.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or new to the craft scene, chances are you’ve seen or heard a beer name and thought to yourself, ‘how the hell did the brewers name that one?’
Charlie Hoxmeier’s brewery is only one year old, but he has already seen changes in the beer scene.
On International Women’s Day, Thirst Colorado would like to honor a few women who have made a difference in Colorado’s crafty scene. These short features were excerpted from early Thirst Colorado Magazines and provide great examples of women making a positive difference!
Lady Justice Brewing Company opened with a mission to donate 100 percent of their profits over cost to support women and girls across Colorado. After opening in September 2016, Lady Justice developed a grant program and awarded their first round of grants in April 2017.