Monthly Beer Events


September Beer Events

There are far too many events in any given month to post here, so for even more events, see my Facebook page!

Wed., Sep. 2, 9 am-9 pm: 3x Can Release at Cerebral Brewing

Available online starting Wednesday, 9/2 at 9am! Starting at 9am, you can place an order by going to our online store and your order will be ready by noon. All orders must be picked up the same day. Proxies will be allowed. You can write your proxy’s name in the notes section at checkout.

𝙃𝙤𝙪𝙨𝙚 𝙄𝙋𝘼 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝 𝙁𝙧𝙚𝙨𝙝 𝙋𝙖𝙡𝙞𝙨𝙖𝙙𝙚 𝙋𝙚𝙖𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙨
Our house IPA Rare Trait has always been evocative of stone fruit in one form or another, but peach rings have been our number one tasting note. We even made a version with the actual gummies. But then we thought, we’re in Colorado. We have access to some of the best fresh peaches in the country. It’s high time we take advantage. Straight to you from the Western Slope with notes of, well, Peaches, Peach Cobbler, Peaches in Syrup, but definitely NOT Peaches, you know, the artist.(7%)
$18/4-Pack, Limit 1 case PP

𝘿𝙤𝙪𝙗𝙡𝙚 𝙄𝙋𝘼 𝙝𝙤𝙥𝙥𝙚𝙙 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝 𝘾𝙏𝙕, 𝘾𝙞𝙩𝙧𝙖, 𝙀𝙡 𝘿𝙤𝙧𝙖𝙙𝙤 & 𝙎𝙖𝙗𝙧𝙤 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝 𝙖𝙙𝙙𝙚𝙙 𝘾𝙤𝙡𝙤𝙧𝙖𝙙𝙤 𝙒𝙞𝙡𝙙𝙛𝙡𝙤𝙬𝙚𝙧 𝙃𝙤𝙣𝙚𝙮
We love the great outdoors here in Colorado. Biking, hiking, skiing, camping. And one thing you learn in the mountains is to Be Bear Aware. That means hide your food and if you do make contact, keep your distance. Bears need their personal space too. But we live in the age of the Personal Bubble, so you’re already up to speed. Respectfully distanced notes of Pina Colada, Watermelon Candy, Barenjager and Ransacked Coolers. (9%)
$20/4-Pack, Limit 1/2 case PP

𝘿𝙤𝙪𝙗𝙡𝙚 𝙄𝙋𝘼 𝙝𝙤𝙥𝙥𝙚𝙙 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝 𝙂𝙖𝙡𝙖𝙭𝙮 & 𝙈𝙤𝙨𝙖𝙞𝙘
You can learn a lot from watching The Wire. A LOT. But among the good lessons learned, there’s the one about staying one step ahead, staying unpredictable, staying mobile. Well this can release is all of the above. Full-bodied with candied mango, sticky pineapple juice, melon and a dankness that could get your phone tapped. This ain’t one of Stringer Bell’s 40-degree days. (8%)
$18/4-Pack, Limit 1 case PP

All three will also be available on tap!

Fri., Sep. 4, 2 pm: 2X Can Release at Fiction Beer Company

New cans y’all!

‘Ocean of Animal Appetite’
Pineapple & Mango Sour IPA

We took inspiration for this tropical sour IPA from the book “Unfamiliar Fishes” by Sarah Vowel. Vowel’s witty and wry historical account of the Americanization of Hawaii was an eye-opening read that helped us broaden our cultural lens and see Hawaii in a whole new light. ‘Ocean of Animal Appetite’ is a reference to a Temperance Map that was used by missionaries to dissuade the locals from alcohol. On the map, you start out at “The Ocean of Animal Appetite” with the risk of drowning in Wine Lake, Beer Lake, Rum Lake, or Whiskey Lake … though if you travel the high road, you’ll eventually end up at the Ocean of Eternity. We’ll gladly take the low road and spend quite a long time at Beer Lake. We’ll swim laps. Wanna join us? Who needs eternity anyway?

Take a trip to the Pacific Ocean with each sip of our sour IPA with pineapple and mango. You won’t find rainforests or tranquil waves in this can; though we did add 3 times our usual amount of fruit for a big, bold, and tropical fruit character. We used copious amounts of El Dorado and Azacca dry hops which complement the sweet citrus and exotic fruit aromas. Soured with the intent to ensure a proper balance of tart and sweet with a nice pop of hop flavor and aroma.

•$17.99 / 4 pack

‘Fan Fiction’
DDH Galaxy New England Style IPA

Fan Fiction is comprised of characters that we have developed over the years that are now yours to guide. Though each one is familiar, their adventure has not yet been written. With your help, our group of heroes will seek out their purpose beyond the unknown to find their calling and define their cause. By using your knowledge of tales told before, there is no doubt you shall lead them to prosperity and away from temptation.

This New England Double IPA began as a collaboration with the CO: NEIPA & Hazy Haze group. This hazy is double dry hopped Galaxy hops. And, a juicy dose of Mosaic and Citra hops. A full bodied mouthfeel carries the smooth tropical citrus characteristics across your pallet leaving notes of ripe passion fruit, zesty citrus, and a touch of juicy peach.

•$18.99 / 16 oz 4 pack

Cans can be ordered online for pick up to go in the taproom and for Thursday, 09/10 delivery beginning on 09/04 @ 8:00 am. Go to

Fri., Sep. 4, 4 pm: Taproom Re-Grand Opening at Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales

We’re thrilled to announce we will be re-opening for dine in service Friday, September 4th at 4pm. We will be debuting several new beers on draft in addition to some Black Project classics.

For the the time being we will remain closed Sunday & Mondays. We’ll be open for take out beer Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and dine in Friday and Saturday. Check our taproom hours for more info.

Come laugh, love, and enjoy some of our latest projects with us.

Have questions? Email us at

Welcome back!

Sun., Sep. 6, 3-8 pm: One Year Anniversary at Mirror Image Brewing

Come celebrate our official first year as a brand and our 8th in great beer. Live music, food, new beers releases, new merchandise, and the release of new 12oz cans. So much good stuff and more good times. VIP seating on our deck.

VIP ticket includes:
Reserved Seating
Dedicated Table Service
Live Music
First beer free
Charcuterie Appetizer
Pizza of Choice
Free Gift
Choice of 12oz can to go
$50/seat and $90 per couple
*Limited Seating Available, call for reservations and questions. 720-445-5969

Tue., Sep. 8-Sat., Sep. 12: 8th Anniversary Celebration! at Gravity Brewing

In 2020 we take five days to celebrate our 8th Anniversary! Join us September 8th-12th for new beers and fantastic food specials from Gastronauts at Gravity Brewing each day. Finishing with a full day of fun (opening at noon) on the 12th. And, since we’re all masking up these days, let’s have some fun with it! We’ll be awarding prizes on the 12th for the best, most creative, funniest Covid face coverings.

Fri., Sep. 11, 12 pm-9 pm: Grand Opening at 6 and 40 Brewery

From 12-9pm on Friday, September 11, 6 and 40 Brewery will celebrate its Grand Opening at 883 Parfet Street, Unit J in Lakewood. The local brewery is a natural extension of Tom’s Brew Shop, a popular store with Colorado’s homebrewing and winemaking communities. The taproom will offer 20 handcrafted beers and seltzers in a retro mechanics’ garage environment best described as an automobile “mini museum.”

“We are humbled by the community support we’ve received at the Brew Shop over the past 10 years,” says Thomas Schurmann, owner of 6 and 40 Brewery. “There is a spirit in the craft beer industry unlike any I’ve experienced.  Every day we help hobbyists and commercial brewers alike fine-tune their recipes.  Opening a small brewery next door further showcases our talented team, including brewers José Quiñones and Josh Pierce, while giving something back to the Lakewood area.”

“We’re excited to feature our first 10 housemade beers and seltzers on tap for the event,” says Christa Hook, Taproom Manager. “We’ve partnered with local favorite, Munkh’s Mongolian, for a delicious menu served in a comfortable, socially-distanced environment. Just as exciting as the beer selection is the ability to stroll through the Brew Shop and understand the mechanics of how it’s made. We can’t wait to share a pint and a story with the local craft community!”

6 and 40 Brewery occupies 3,200+ square feet of space adjacent to Tom’s Brew Shop in Lakewood, CO, and features a 7 BBL automated brewhouse, six 7 BBL fermenting tanks, six 7 BBL lagering/brite tanks and to-go packaging capabilities, with an annual production capacity of 750 BBL. For everyone’s safety during COVID-19, taproom customers will be escorted to an open table on arrival and the Brew Shop is limited to two customers at a time. For more information, visit

Sun., Sep. 12, 12 pm-10 pm: Docktoberfest Celebration at Dry Dock Brewing Company

Get ready to put on your lederhosen and dirndls to celebrate traditional beers and the coming of autumn in true Bavarian fashion!

Our annual Docktoberfest Celebration will look a little different this year, but the party is on at South Dock! With expansive outdoor seating under the tent and tons of socially distanced seating inside, we’re ready to safely accommodate your German beer cravings.

September 12th will be a day full of German food from Three Tomatoes Catering, music by Polka Folka, and special releases of traditional German style beers including Docktoberfest, Helles, Pilsner, Franconian Lager, Maibock, AND MORE!

12:00pm – Tapping of the Keg by the Mayor of Aurora, Mike Coffman
12:00-5:00pm – Three Tomatoes Catering serving Brats and Schnitzel
1:00pm – Announce The Brew Hut’s Docktoberfest Homebrew Winner
2:00-5:00pm – Live Music by Polka Folka

The event will be seated this year to ensure the safety of all of our guests.

Wed., Sep. 16, 6:30-8:30 pm: Mexican Independence Day Beer Dinner with Adelita’s at Dos Luces Brewery

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with Dos Luces Brewery and Adelita’s Cocina y Cantina. Enjoy a three course meal specially prepared by the chefs at Adelita’s, each paired with on of our unique beers, with a focus on Pulque and Tepache, of course! Discounts for tables of 4 or 6, so bring your friends!

The menu will include:

Course 1
Sopa de Tortilla
Tomato and guajillo broth, hand fried tortilla strips, panela cheese and avocado.
Pairing: Pineapple Tepache

Course 2
Chiles en Nogada
Pork and ground beef poblano, fruits, nuts and seeds. Walnut cream and pomegranate.
Pairing: Pulque Metztli

Course 3
Pastel de Nuez con Cajeta
Pecan cake, caramel and queso crema.
Pairing: Moctezuma III Imperial Pulque

Vegetarian and vegan options available. Tickets here:


Sat., Sep. 19, 2-6 pm: Barks & Brews Beer Garden at Outlets at Castle Rock

You. Your Dog. Shopping. Beer. Barks & Brews is back!

Join Colorado’s favorite pet-friendly shopping destination on Saturday, September 19th from 2-6 pm, for a day to celebrate your furry friends. This socially distanced event will take place in the center’s Event Courtyard, near Polo, Levi’s and H&M, on the east side of the center. There will be a limited number of guests allowed in the Beer Garden at one time, so please pre-register to ensure you will be able to enter at your preferred time.

Each $5 donation made benefits the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley and receives a choice of canned beer from Breckenridge Brewing, for guests 21+.

$5 Donation = 1 Person = 1 Beverage (21+)

Cravings Food Truck will also be on-site, available for purchase!

Pre-register here

Sat., Sep. 19, 1-6 pm: LUKI’s Far Out Fashion Fling at LUKI Brewery

Lu & Ki have made several tie-dyed shirts that have been extraordinarily popular for those lucky enough to grab them. We want to share the groovy feeling by letting you personalize your own LUKI shirt. A team will help you create your own fab design by providing the kit, instructions, and hands on help.

– The dye station will be a socially distant environment (only one person/party at a time).
– All bottles will be sanitized between use.
– Gloves will be provided for both stain prevention and COVID protection.

$15 gets you your own t-shirt. Come by to create your unique design while supplies last!

Fri., Sep. 25-Sun., Sep. 27: Denver Rare Beer Tasting XII: Distanced Yet Together Virtual Event

The 12th annual Denver Rare Beer Tasting taking place virtually the weekend of Sept. 25-27.


Live online event, with 11 hours of content spread across three days, including panels on beer topics, meet and greets with luminaries of the craft beer world, virtual bottle shares and videos from breweries around the country.

Remote beer releases at more than 30 breweries featuring rare beers from their barrel rooms and collaborations brewed for the event. If you don’t live near one of the breweries, you can order a special beer blended by Garden Path Fermentation, The Whole Sum Parts, exclusively through the Rare Beer Club.

Beer Lovers Online Auction with bucket list experiences, unique collectibles and rare beer to raise funds for the Pints for Prostates campaign.

A commemorative tasting glass and t-shirt shipped directly to your home. (U.S. orders only.)

The ability to watch the archived content from any part of the weekend you missed or want to re-watch for up to one year after the event.

Exclusive access to VIP benefits not available to other ticket buyers at next year’s in person Denver Rare Beer Tasting on Oct. 8, 2021 in Colorado.

More than 70 of America’s leading craft breweries are taking part in the prostate cancer awareness event traditionally held during the Great American Beer Festival weekend. Because of the pandemic the event has shifted to a virtual format that still allows the brewing community to help reach men through the universal language of beer.

Tickets for the Denver Rare Beer Tasting XII: Distanced Yet Together are $60 and now on sale via Universe:

What’s a beer festival without beer? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.

Through our collaboration with the Rare Beer Club and Garden Path Fermentation you can order an exclusive blend, The Whole Sum Parts. Additionally, more than two dozen breweries from coast to coast will be hosting special releases featuring collaboration brews and rare beers pulled from their private cellars.

So weather you are in North Carolina or Washington, New Jersey or Texas, and a number of places in between, you will be able to find some truly special beers at participating breweries. Please follow brewery rules and local regulations, wear a face mask and practice social distancing.

Each day during the event we will feature a virtual bottle share. We encourage you to pick up one of the special release beers or dig into the back of your beer fridge for a beer you’ve been saving for a special occasion. Now is the time to crack it open and share it with the world.

Denver Rare Beer Tasting XII Participating Breweries

· Against the Grain Brewery, Louisville, KY

· Alamo Beer, San Antonio, TX

· Alaskan Brewing, Juneau, AK

· The Ale Apothecary, Bend, OR

· Allagash Brewing, Portland ME

· Amalgam Brewing, Denver, CO

· Atom Brewing, Fonda, NY

· August Schell Brewing, New Ulm, MN

· Avery Brewing, Boulder, CO

· Bell’s Brewery, Comstock, MI

· Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Denver, CO

· Big Sky Brewing, Missoula, MT

· Botanist and Barrel, Cedar Grove, NC

· Boulevard Brewing, Kansas City, MO

· Branch and Bone Artisan Ales, Dayton, OH

· Burns Family Artisan Ales, Denver, CO

· Cahaba Brewing, Birmingham, AL

· Casey Brewing & Blending, Glenwood Springs, CO

· Chuckanut Brewery, Bellingham, WA

· Cloudburst Brewing, Seattle, WA

· Crane Brewing, Raytown, MO

· Crank Arm Brewery, Raleigh, NC

· Departed Soles Brewing, Jersey City, NJ

· Deschutes Brewing, Bend, OR

· Drekker Brewing, Fargo, ND

· Ecliptic Brewing, Portland, OR

· Elevation Beer, Poncha Springs, CO

· Fairhope Brewing, Fairhope, AL

· Flying Fish Brewing, Somerdale, NJ

· Forager Brewery, Rochester, MN

· Fullsteam Brewery, Durham, NC

· Funky Buddha Brewing, Oakland Park, FL

· Garden Path Fermentation, Burlington, WA

· Gigantic Brewing, Portland, OR

· Great Divide Brewing, Denver, CO

· Jester King Brewery, Austin, TX

· Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, Ann Arbor, MI

· Joyride Brewing, Edgewater, CO

· Kane Brewing, Ocean, NJ

· KC Bier, Kansas City, MO

· The Lost Abbey, San Marcos, CA

· F.X. Matt Brewing, Utica, NY

· Maui Brewing, Kihei, HI

· Narrow Gauge Brewing, Florissant, MO

· New Belgium Brewing, Fort Collins, CO

· New Holland Brewing, Holland, MI

· New Image Brewing, Arvada, CO

· NoDa Brewing, Charlotte, NC

· Odell Brewing, Fort Collins, CO

· Odyssey Beerwerks, Arvada, CO

· Olde Hickory Brewery, Hickory, NC

· Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown, NY

· Ozark Beer, Rogers, AR

· Pappy Slokum Brewery, Abilene, TX

· Parish Brewing, Broussard, LA

· Perennial Artisan Ales, St. Louis, MO

· Prison City Pub & Brewery, Auburn, NY

· River North Brewery, Denver, CO

· Rowley Farmhouse Ales, Santa Fe, NM

· Saint Arnold Brewing, Houston, TX

· Samuel Adams Brewing, Boston, MA

· Scratch Brewing, Ava, IL

· Side Project Brewing, Maplewood, MO

· Sierra Nevada Brewing, Chico, CA

· Stereo Brewing, Placentia, CA

· Stoup Brewing, Seattle, WA

· Sun King Brewing, Indianapolis, IN

· Taxman Brewing, Bargersville, IN

· Verboten Brewing, Loveland, CO

· Von Seitz Theoreticales, Smithville, TN

· Weathered Souls Brewing, San Antonio, TX

· WeldWerks Brewing, Greeley, CO

· Westbound & Down Brewing, Idaho Springs, CO

· Westfax Brewing, Lakewood, CO

· Wild Mind Ales, Minneapolis, MN

· Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, Newberg, OR

· Wormtown Brewing, Worcester, MA

The brewery list is subject to change.

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