Collab Fest 2017 is in the books and proved to be a huge step forward for craft beer. With the plethora of changes and expansion of the festival, there was a lot to take in at the National Western Complex on March 5.
Are you a dedicated Scotch - only drinker? Or not so much – — maybe that’s your father’s (or grandfather’s) drink. Along the way, did you settle on bourbon or gin, rum, vodka or tequila, as your drink of choice? Well, in either case, let me tease your interest, at least a little, by introducing you to some delightful Colorado single-malt whiskeys.
The Grand Traverse is not your ordinary ski race. It is a grueling test of endurance over 40 miles of backcountry alpine terrain that raises money for the nonprofit Crested Butte Nordic. The course runs from Crested Butte to Aspen and things kick off at 12 a.m. on March 25, 2017.
The first Denver House That Beer Built will be put on this year by a collaboration between 21 Denver breweries and Habitat for Humanity for Metro Denver.
After two years with Ska Brewing, Kurt Randall has been promoted to head brewer. Randall has been a part of the brewing industry in Colorado for 13 years. In those years, he worked for Flying Dog Brewery on the bottling line, as well as Breckenridge Brewery and Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey.
Colorado’s beer and spirit conjurers are a perfect match to entice discerning tastebuds. Local breweries are turning to local distilleries for access to flavor-fueled barrels perfect for aging beer that develops a complex, bold flavor.
The bright lights may soon shine on several Colorado companies making waves in the spirits world.
A new production called The Whiskey Film is being produced by the same folks who brought the popular film Crafting a Nation to Netflix.
Colorado Craft Beer Week is upon us and there are many good reasons – in addition to the good weather – to get out and celebrate. Here are a few.
Eleven Colorado breweries will bring Denver Rye Fest 2017 to life on Saturday, March 18.
Photo: Chain Reaction Brewing
Our friends at Cochon555 are hosting an epic culinary event this weekend at the Curtis Hotel. Expect creative food, artisanal wines, spirits and 1,200 pounds of heritage breed pork. The event features five of Denver's best chefs cooking in a whole-hog competition dedicated to a global celebration of barbecue.
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