Always something unusual brewing at state’s only co-taproom.
Despite its non-descript business title, Something Brewery is not afraid to push the envelope on beer flavors … and beer names.
WeldWerks brews winner based on a dessert favorite
Some nights, a round of drunken brainstorming only leads to illegible scribbles and plans that fall apart faster than a Jenga tower. Other times, it can lead to an Oreo-flavored beer that sells out within hours.
Anyone can add strawberry puree to a minty mojito. It takes a creative mind, and perhaps a chef’s taste, to add strawberry puree and mint oil to a hop-forward India Pale Ale.
Strange Spirits - Dancing Pines makes award-winning chai liqueur, drawing inspiration from Colorado's sights and climate.
“Cookie Monster Stout is a wonderful gateway beer for those that are still adjusting to more acquired tastes, but the regular enthusiast is still impressed with the complexity of this craft beer,” said bartender Jesse Madsen, who also helped brew the beer.
Elk Mountain’s licorice wheat packs a punch, is a taproom hit
Bess Dougherty didn’t travel far for a new and creative ingredient to enhance a recent creation.
“I picked Swedish Fish because they have always been one of my favorite candies and they have such a unique flavor,” she said. “It also helps that they are readily available at the 7-Eleven up the street from the brewery.”
Sean Nook just can’t stop pouring sugary breakfast cereals into his milk stout. The founder and brewmaster at Black Bottle Brewery in Fort Collins launched his Cerealiously line two years ago, and famously caused...