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Monthly Beer Events

 August Beer Events

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

Happier Hours

Jul. 31-Aug. 2: Happier Hours by Two Parts:

At each event, $20 gets you three cold craft beers and a brand new Denver Passport (worth $25 alone)!
Monday, July 31st from 4-8 pm: Great Divide Barrel Bar
Hit this Denver classic to make Monday feel a little more like Friday. Get your Great Divide Happier Hours tickets here.
Tuesday, August 1st from 5-9 pm: Call to Arms Brewing Company
A true gem of Tennyson, this craft brewery with an old world twist feels like it was meant for dukes and duchesses looking for beer with character. Get your Call to Arms Happier Hours tickets here.
Wednesday, August 2nd from 5-9 pm: Our Mutual Friend
Be sure to hit OMF—it was one of the first taprooms in RiNo, and is still one of the coolest spots to grab a local pint. Get your OMF Happier Hours tickets here
Thursday, August 3rd from 5-9 pm: Cerebral Brewing
In some ways, beer is a weird science experiment, but one that turned out to be delicious. This brewery takes that idea to the next level! Get your Cerebral Happier Hours tickets here

Odd 13

Wed., Aug. 2, 3-10 pm: 4th Anniversary: Barrel Day at Odd 13 Brewing (301 E Simpson St, Lafayette)

Come join us on Barrel Day, one of three events during our 4th anniversary week. This event does NOT require a ticket. Barrel Day will feature 3 new packaged barrel aged beers. This is only one of two days when all three beers will be available. The other is The Main Event. After that, they will be re-released on special occasions.
Releasing the following barrel aged beers:
1) Sheriff Shane the Solera Cyborg – A very rustic and oaky foeder aged sour blonde. This is the first release from our Foeder solera project. (500 ml bottles)
2) [TO BE NAMED] – A blend of bourbon barrel aged red sour with red wine barrel aged blonde sour saison with cherries, inspired by the Manhattan cocktail. (500 ml bottles)
3) Rum Barrel Aged Saint Newcole – A lower ABV version of our Saint Nicole Imperial Stout, Saint Newcole comes in around 10%. (12oz/4 pack cans).


Thur., Aug. 3, 5-10 pm: Can Release Party at Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project (3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver)

Join us as we release another round of cans. Previously only available on draught, we are adding Von Pilsner, IPA, and Trellis Buster to our lineup!


Sat., Aug. 5, 12 pm-9 pm: 4th Anniversary: The Main Event (2 sessions) at Odd 13 Brewing (301 E Simpson St, Lafayette)

Come join us for The Main Event, to celebrate 4 years of Odd beers. See the links below to purchase tickets.
We have a huge lineup of new releases and re-releases. Each ticket includes 10 drink tickets (additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event), Lyft discount, gratuity, custom glass and a charity donation.
Food will be available for purchase at the event.
This event is capped at 100 tickets per session.
Be sure to get a babysitter for this event, as it’s 21+.
We absolutely can’t wait to celebrate!


Sat., Aug. 5, 3-8 pm: Avery Anniversary Party at Avery Brewing Company (4910 Nautilus Ct N, Boulder)

Come celebrate 24 years of Avery with us! We’ll have a ton of Avery vintage and core beers, family-friendly fun, good eats, and live music all afternoon! All profits go to our friends at the non-profit, American Rivers.
Monophonics 6:30pm – 7:45pm
Head for the Hills 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Glovebox Money 3:30pm – 4:30pm
The Details:
Can children join?
Yes, kids 12 & under are welcome to attend free if accompanied by parents, and we’ll have fun activities to keep them happy!

Can DDs attend?
Yes, DDs are welcome to buy a Music Lover ticket for $15, which includes entry to the event and live music. We will have non-alcoholic drinks available.
Are pets allowed?
No, please leave your non-human family members at home!
Will there be food available?
Yes, including vegetarian/vegan options!
How can I get to the event?
Please be responsible and bike, rideshare, or take the bus — the 205 RTD bus drops off right by the brewery!
If I can’t attend, is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, the name on the ticket does not need to match the name on the ID.

Sesh Fest

Sat., Aug. 5, 3-6:30 pm: Sesh Fest 2017 at Denver Highlands Masonic Center (3550 Federal Blvd, Denver)

In its 4th year, Sesh Fest is widely considered by Denver beer drinkers to be the pinnacle of summer fun—easy day drinking in the sunshine, casual lawn games, live music, and lounging in the grass. Sip on session style-ales and lagers while you square off in oversize beer pong, cornhole, can jam, spikeball, and much more. We’ll bring everything needed for a good time, just remember to bring a buddy, or two (or 12) to celebrate the best days of summer with cold Colorado craft beer.


Sat., Aug. 5, 2-9 pm: Sanitas Taco Fest at Sanitas Brewing (3550 Frontier Ave Unit A, Boulder)

Come one, come all to Sanitas Brewery for…Sanitas Taco Fest
20+ Exclusive Sanitas Beers
30+ Gourmet McDevitt Tacos
Live Music – featuring PAA KOW and Selassie and Fafa Family
Pinatas for all ages
General Admission, VIP, and FREE kids tickets available now!


Sat., Aug. 5-Sun., Aug. 6: 21st Annual Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival at Keystone Resort, Keystone)

What’s on tap in August? Beer, beer and more Colorado beer. The Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival will serve up more than 100 brews from 30-plus Colorado breweries August 6th and 7th.
Keystone brings the wonders of Appalachia to the Rockies. Down-home cooking, frothy flavors and mountain music are just a piece of the pie. In a whirlwind of hillbilly luxuries, folks gather while 40+ craft breweries from Colorado and beyond showcase their unique blends of hops and barleys. Live music kicks up on three stages and the “best of the best” grace us with their presence throughout the two days. This year’s 2017 rocking Bluegrass Line-Up includes The Lonesome Days, The Wooks, The River Arkansas, Liver Down the River, Wood & Wire, The Railsplitters, Brothers Comatose and back for another year headliner Peter Rowan Band and more!
Back this year, beer lovers can vote in the battle of the brews social media throw down by tweeting, instagramming or posting their favorite #Coloradobrew with the hashtag #keystonebestbrew. The brew with the most social votes will be crowned the festival’s “Best Brew.”
Friday Night Kick Off Event – “Eat, Drink, Pick” – Beer Maker’s Pairing with New Belgium Brewing and Chef Chris Rybak
Feast your eyes on an amazing lineup of Colorado-themed food, beer and music to kick-off the 21st Anniversary of Keystone’s Bluegrass and Beer Festival! New Belgium Brewing and Chef Chris Rybak pair to deliver a unique twist on a classic beer maker’s event. Eat, drink and pick your way through six small plate stations, each matched with a New Belgium sample. Foodies and beer lovers; your palate will thank you while your feet will be tapping to the best in bluegrass.
Beer Garden:
Unwind and savor a cold one from the Beer Garden. Enjoy acoustic bluegrass music accompanied with $6 microbrew pints from New Belgium Brewery and Coors Light, located in front of Warren Station at Keystone, music being played at the Quaking Aspen Amphitheater.


Sat., Aug. 5, 12-close: C-Squared Ciders 2nd Anniversary Party at C-Squared Ciders (2875 Blake St., Denver)

We’re turning 2 years old, and we’ve made some fun ciders for you! Here is what will be flowing at the party: 
Kühlcumber Mint – A refreshing, summer cider made with spearmint and fresh cucumber juice from our friends at The Real Dill 
Beetz – A savory smoked beet and roasted green chile cider
The FFUZZ – A barrel-aged, Palisade Peach cider fermented with wild yeast and aged for 7 months
Ruby – A sour, barrel-aged, Montmorency Cherry cider fermented with wild yeast and aged for 7 months
We will be offering tours and barrel tastings, as well as 2 for 1 deals in our retail space!


Mon., Aug. 7, 6 pm: Jack’s Benevolent Bash at The Post Brewing Company ( 105 West Emma Street, Lafayette)

On Monday, August 7, The Post Brewing Company will bring its restaurant friends and family together to cook, eat, drink, and play at Jack’s Benevolent Bash, an annual event that benefits The Autism Society of Boulder County and The Jack Ferrigno Send a Kid to Camp Grant. Guest chefs will collaborate on a six course menu with hand-picked beers from The Post, Avery Brewing Company, and Bru Handbuilt Ales, all served in The Post’s scenic backyard and to the tunes of local legend Adam Bodine.
Brett Smith, Chef / Owner of The Post, created the Jack Ferrigno Send a Kid to Camp Grant in 2012 in honor of his dear friend John Ferrigno’s son Jack, who had autism and passed away due to a seizure disorder when he was only eight years old. Over the last five years they have raised over $100,000 to send over 200 developmentally challenged kids to fun, confidence-building summer camps.
Tickets are $100 per person and can be purchased in person at The Post or over the phone at (303) 596-2033.
This year’s featured chefs and brewers will include:
· Brett Smith (The Post Brewing Company)
· Hosea Rosenberg (Blackbelly Market)
· Jimmy Giesler (The Post Brewing Company)
· Ian Clark (Bru Handbuilt Ales and Eats)
· Chris Blackwood (Avery Brewing Company)
· Shelley Katz (The Post Brewing Company)

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Thur., Aug. 10, 6-10:30 pm: Save the Ales Beer Festival at Mile High Station (2027 W Colfax Ave, Denver)

Save the Ales is a beer festival with a higher purpose.
Raise a glass with friends while helping us raise funds to protect, conserve, and ensure a future with plenty of clean water for all Coloradans. Because no water means no beer!
Your Save the Ales ticket purchase will help Conservation Colorado educate citizens on how to be stewards of water, collaborate with lawmakers to protect water at the policy level, and encourage people to stand up for the basic human right to clean, healthy water for all.
Event Details and Cost:
River Runner – VIP
$65 Pre-event // $75 at the door
Unlimited tastings
Save the Ales t-shirt
Commemorative glass
2 raffle tickets
Early access to venue
Entry to All-Access Lounge (includes food)
Boater – General Admission
$30 Pre-event // $40 at the door
Unlimited tastings
Commemorative glass
Paddler – Designated Driver
$15 Pre-event // $20 at the door
Unlimited tastings of non-alcoholic beverages
Commemorative glass
***Click here for discounted tickets!***
For more information or questions, please contact
Grace Randazzo, Fundraising & Events Coordinator at or 303-405-6722


Fri., Aug. 11-Sun., Aug. 12: Velorama Festival at RiNo, River North Art District (2901 Blake Street, Suite 165, Denver)

Velorama Festival is where the party begins after the racing finishes!
A 3 day music, crafts, beer and food festival in the RiNo Art District celebrating the Colorado Classic ( and bicycle culture in Colorado.
We are gating 12 blocks off in the RiNo Art District, plus the mile-long Rockies parking lot.
Tickets are:
$45/per day.
$90 for a 3-pack
$120 for a 4 1-day pack
(Plus service charge fees)
To find locations to purchase hard tickets, visit here:
VIP experience starts at $250!
Ticket entry includes:
-Access to the start/finish of the Colorado Classic for the men’s race on Saturday and views to the men’s criterium race on Sunday.
-Entry to headliner an secondary music acts each night
-Denver Flea expo of 200 booths
-Bike Expo of 150 exhibitors
-BEER GARDEN provided by 10 local RiNo breweries and local RiNo food purveyors
-Fun bicycle events for families, kids and amateurs
On top of it all: $1 of each ticket sold goes back to Bicycle Colorado and RiNo Art District!!
Children over 2 must have a ticket and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.


Sat., Aug. 12, 12 pm-11 pm: 3rd Anniversary Party and Outdoor Music Festival at Liquid Mechanics Brewing Company (297 N. Hwy 287 Suite 100, Lafayette)

Has it been 3 years? Holy crap… Last year, for our 2nd anniversary party we threw down with an outdoor music festival in addition to our anniversary party. You seemed to dig it. This year we are doubling down with the introduction of a professional outdoor sound system and stage, 2 pro sound techs, and 5 bands. Headliners include Judge Roughneck, playing some of the best SKA/Reggae in the nation, and Last Men On Earth, a 70’s/80’s/90’s tribute band who plays perfect renditions of covers ranging from Guns N’ Roses to Toto. Also featuring singer/songwriter Lindsey Saunders Music, and bluegrass from Rusty 44. We are also extremely happy to announce that the bad a$$, dance your pants off, rock-n-roll-in-your-mouth-hole band Rogue 2 will be playing on our inside stage from 9:30pm until close.
Did we mention beer? In the outside music fest area, you can grab cold cans of beer and crush them on your forehead. Inside, we will have 16 beers on tap. Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Porter batch #3? Yep. A new IMPERIAL Hop Nectar? Yep.
Two of the best food trucks in Colorado will be serving outside all day.
At 7pm, we turn to 21+ and no pets. So bring your littles and fur babies early if you want to bring them. Sunblock and water are your friends.
Music Lineup:
12-130pm – Lindsey Saunders
2-4pm – Rusty 44
5-630pm – Judge Roughneck
730-930 – Last Men On Earth
930-11pm – Rogue 2 on Inside Stage
As always, this is free. This is our opportunity to give back to our community, YOU, and everyone that helps keep the lights on throughout the year.

Sat., Aug. 12, 1-9 pm: Call to Arms: Peace & Assist IV at Cellar West Artisan Ales (1001 Lee Hill Drive #10, Boulder)

IT’S BACK!! Peace & Assist returns for its 4th year of craft beer collaboration and camaraderie. Where other breweries send Cease & Desist letters, we aim to bring Peace while Assisting our brothers and sisters in arms!
Every year, Call to Arms Brewing Company and Cannonball Creek Brewing Company join forces to bring support to a young, up-and-coming Colorado brewery, and this year’s brewing partner is Cellar West Artisan Ales located at 1001 Lee Hill Dr #10 in north Boulder.
Cellar West is a family-owned brewery that brews distinctive, barrel-fermented beers that celebrate people, place, and purpose – all of which fits perfectly within the Peace & Assist mindset.
The event will take place on Saturday, August 12th from 1-9pm and the beer lineup is perhaps the strongest yet:
– Peace & Assist No. 4 – A Rye Saison brewed with raw and malted rye, and fermented in oak with the Cellar West wild yeast culture
– Peace & Assist No. 4 w/ Cucumber and Cardamom – Fresh cukes and cardamom were added to the base style for this one-off gem with notes of melon and white peppercorn
– Dry-Hopped Peace & Assist No. 4 – Available in bottles as well (!!), this P&A iteration features Amarillo and Hallertau Blanc hops for notes of soft-yet-layered orange zest
– Bottles of the Dry-Hopped P&A No. 4 are extremely limited, with less than 30 cases available
– We’ll also be pouring beer from Call to Arms and Cannonball Creek throughout the day, and you’ll be able to sample all of Cellar West’s amazing creations both on tap and in bottles
– We’ll also be pushing out the Cellar West patio and taking over most of the parking lot, so there’ll be plenty of room to drink amazing beer in the Colorado sunshine
– Incredible food is lined up from the legendary Danny O and the coolest food truck ever, Stone Lotus of Boulder
– Hours of live music will be provided by the one-and-only Chunky Whiskey
– As is always the case with P&A, a portion of the day’s proceeds will go to a local charity!
We hope you’ll join us August 12th to celebrate craft beer in its purest form and see for yourself all that Cellar West Artisan Ales has to offer in their north Boulder digs!


Sat., Aug. 12, 11 am-12 am: Denver Beer Co’s 6th Anniversary Party at Denver Beer Co (1695 Platte St, Denver)

Cheers to 6 great years!
We are stoked to celebrate our 6th Anniversary on Saturday, August 12th starting at 11am and going all day long!
Join us for another year of shutting down the block party with beer, some of our favorite food truck friends, live music, games, photo booth fun, and so much more!
Event entrance is completely free and fun for the whole family! Beer will be flowing all day 21+ to drink.
We can’t wait to celebrate this milestone with all of you!


Sat., Aug. 12, 5-9 pm: Hops in the Hangar at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum (7711 E. Academy Blvd., Denver)

Each year, Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum welcomes dozens of the Denver Metro area’s best breweries to our hangar for an evening of friends, food and of course, fantastic local beer. Check out the pictures from last year’s event and grab tickets to one of Denver’s most unique beer festivals!
Tickets include unlimited beer tastings, a meal, access to games, activities, aircraft cockpits, music and lots more.
All breweries in attendance are generously donating their beer and time. All proceeds raised from Hops in the Hangar benefit Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum a 501(c)(3) organization.


Thur., Aug. 17, 6-8 pm: 2017 Brews and Bites Event at Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund (400 E 8th Ave, Denver)

Join The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund from 6-8:30 p.m.on August 17, 2017 for an evening of food, drink and fun. Enjoy tastes of the Colorado Brewers Guild member’s masterfully crafted beer paired with the culinary creations of over 12 chefs across Colorado while wandering the rooms and gardens of “Colorado’s Home.”
Early bird tickets start at $55. All proceeds benefit the Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund, an inclusive, non-partisan 501(c)3 dedicated to preserving the historic Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion in perpetuity for the people of Colorado to enjoy.
General Admission includes a taste of more than 15 specialty food and beer pairings, a commemorative glass, live music, and tours of the mansion and grounds. In addition to the benefits of general admission, Hosts receive a complimentary goodie bag and are invited to a private VIP tasting with Governor Hickenlooper prior to the event.
BECOME A HOST! Consider joining our Host Committee for Brews and Bites. Host names are included at the top of our invitation. The suggested Host Committee contribution is $250. All guests who join as Hosts will be admitted to the VIP reception immediately before the Brews and Bites event.
BREWS AND BITES will be held rain or shine. No one under 21 will be admitted and guests must provide a valid ID to enter the event.


Sat., Aug. 19, 12-2 pm: Doughnut and Beer Pairing! at Alpine Dog Brewing (1505 Ogden St, Denver)

Join us Saturday, August 19th for a beer pairing with Voodoo Doughnut! The pairing includes 4 10 oz pours of Alpine Dog beer paired with 3 different doughnuts. You will leave with an Alpine Dog glass as well as be entered in a raffle for cool stuff at the end of the event.
There are only 50 seats for this event so don’t wait!

Sat., Aug. 19, 12-2 pm: Brewers Brunch with Strange Craft Beer Co at The Corner Office (1401 Curtis St., Denver)

Welcome beer: Breakfast Grapefruit IPA. First course features Le Bruit Du Diable Farmhouse Ale paired with jerk chicken drummies + mango red hot. The second course pairs Mezcal Pale Ale with smoked wagyu beef meatball, mozzarella, broccoli rabe + polenta. Up next is a barelywine braised brisket tostada, queso fresco + barleywine guajillo paired with Dr Strangelove Barleywine. For dessert, Chef Rich Byers will pair Strange’s Cherry Kriek with a black forest cake + Cherry Kriek glaze. (WOW!)
Tickets are $45 all in with proceeds from ticket sales going to C.O.R.E.
We can’t wait to see you all there, this is NOT one to be missed!!

Sat. Aug. 19, 11 am-12 pm: Red Evelyn Release Party at Black Shirt Brewing Co. (3719 Walnut St., Denver)

Get ready friends, Red Evelyn, our beloved Imperial Red Rye IPA is returning on Sat, Aug 19th! Full details coming soon… 


Sat., Aug. 19, 1-5 pm: 2nd Annual Parker Brewfest at O’Brien Memorial Park, Gazebo Area, Downtown Parker)

The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker (a 501c3 Foundation) hosts the event as an annual fundraiser. 100% of the proceeds of the event will benefit projects the CCV Rotary Club supports.
Date: August 19th, 2017
Location: O’Brien Park in Downtown Parker
38 Breweries + 1 Cidery!
Food Trucks:
Cheffin’s Cheesesteak’s and Cubano’s
Cubs Q
Live Music:
The Dollhouse Thieves
VIP: 1-2pm
General Admission: 2-5pm
VIP: $55 (first hour just for VIP attendees, so more room and access to brewers)
GA: $40 in advance ($45 at the gate)
Purchase here:
Designated Drivers are free with paid admission; so if a Spouse or friend tags along, they can get a DD pass.
We love pets but please leave them at home.

Fri., Aug. 25, 6-9 pm: Rockin Blues Melon IPA Release Party at Rockyard Brewing Company (800 Castleton Rd., Castle Rock, CO)

The fine brewers at Rockyard American Grill and Brewing Company and Oskar Blues Brewery collaBREWated on a Rockin’ Blues Melon IPA. Join us as we crack the first cans and party down with CAN’d Aid TUNES ambassadors Interstate Stash Express.
* all proceeds from this delicioius brew benefit the doin’ good efforts of the CAN’d Aid Foundation
* a HUGE good on ya’ to New Age Beverage, Hop Head Farms, BSG Craftbrewing, CanSource, and Mobile Canning Systems for donating raw materials and your expertise to help make this brew happen
* be sure to do your part to do a lil’ good by joining us at the East Plum Creek Cleanup from 4-6pm beforehand!

Sat., Aug. 26, 12-5 pm: 2nd Annual Townie Fest at The Post Brewing (105 W Emma St, Lafayette)

Ticket prices are based on packages and range from $15 to $60. Tickets for children 12 years-old and younger are $10 and include an array of treats and activities. Guests will get the chance to enjoy a variety of food and beer from The Post, plus beers from guest breweries including Front Range Brewing CompanyLiquid Mechanics Brewing Company and Odd 13 Brewing. There will be carnival games, swag giveaways, and live music throughout the day. The festival will be held on the grounds surrounding The Post: the parking lot, the spaces in front of the restaurant, and South Roosevelt Avenue from Emma Street to West Chester Avenue.
All proceeds benefit the Lafayette Professional Fire Fighters and their Fill the Boot Campaign. The Post hopes to have a big impact on those locally affected and is proud to support the local Fire Fighters. The firemen will be at Townie Fest with fire trucks and will be giving tours and available to talk and play games throughout the day.
Post Brewing Company’s canned beer—TownieHowdyTope TopeOl’ Zippy—will be available throughout the festival. There will also be special tappings every hour from The Post as well as other local breweries including Front Range Brewing Company, Liquid Mechanics Brewing, and Odd 13 Brewing,
Guests will get the chance to enjoy The Post’s famous fried chicken as well as grilled brats and picnic-style sides. Each meal ticket is good for one protein and a choice of either street corn or potato salad.
Fun & Games:
Guests at Townie Fest can vie for incredible prizes and try their hands at keg bowling, human foosball, chicken toss, chicken head relay (stump, ring toss, flip cup), giant connect four, giant beer pong, corn hole, and more. Among the many prizes are a trip for two to Chicago, a Townie bike, and tickets to the Great American Beer Festival
Live Music:
Live music will kick off with a set from Moonshine Mountain followed by Colorado’s own Arthur Lee Land Trio.
Howdy – entry for 1 person, 1 meal ticket – $15
Townie – entry for 1 person, 2 beers, 1 meal ticket, entry to the chicken toss – $25
Big Rosie – entry for 2 people, 8 beers, 2 meal tickets, entry to all the games & chicken toss – $60
Kiddo – entry, 1 food ticket, 1 balloon guy experience, throw at the dunk tank – $10
*Please note: ticket prices will go up closer to the event and on the day of.


Sat., Aug. 26, 8 am-3 pm: Reflection Garden on Tap: 5k and Beerfest at City Of Aurora Municipal Building (15151 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora)

Join us on Saturday August 26, 2017 for a 5K run and beerfest at the Aurora Municipal Waterwise Garden featuring the band, Brushfire!
Get your Early-bird tickets here:
The 5K course takes runners on a scenic stroll through nearby parks and neighborhoods, finishing in the Waterwise garden where celebrations kickoff with a 14-brewery beerfest, life sized games, sidewalk chalk artists, live music, food trucks and more! We will also be announcing the selected memorial artist at this event.
Proceeds will be used to construct a memorial in honor of the victims, survivors, and heroes of the Aurora Theater Shooting. This memorial will become a part of the “Reflection Memorial Garden”, within the beautiful waterwise garden.
Don’t want to drive? Aurora’s RTD R-Line is now open! Get dropped off at the Aurora Metro Station as its just walking distance from our event site.
Participating Brewers Include:
Acidulous Brewing Company
Beer Fight Club
Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project
Dry Dock Brewing Company
Fiction Beer Company
Halfpenny Brewing Company
Holidaily Brewing Company
Horse & Dragon Brewing Company
Living The Dream Brewing Co.
Launch Pad Brewery
Locavore Beer Works
Melvin Brewing
Peak to Peak Tap & Brew
Resolute Brewing Company
Seedstock Brewery
Spice Trade Brewing
The Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project
Two22 Brew


Tue., Aug. 29, 11 am-10 pm: Two Year Anniversary Party! at Rock Cut Brewing Company (390 W Riverside Dr, Estes Park)

Celebrate our second anniversary with us! We are so grateful to all of you who have made our first two years such a success. We’ll have SIX specialty beers we’ll be tapping throughout the day, along with Two Chicks Wings and Henhouse and Crêpetopia FoCo food trucks, and live music from Jon Pickett and House With a Yard. More details to come but mark your calendars now and plan on joining us on Tuesday, August 29!


Thur., Aug. 31, 6-10 pm: Chef and Brew Festival at EXDO Event Center (1399 35th St, Denver)

Chef and Brew is Denver’s premier beer and food pairing competition and festival, bringing together Colorado’s top chefs and local craft brewmasters. Over 20 craft brewers and chefs will team up to create the ultimate beer and food pairing.
Guests will enjoy unlimited samples of all dishes and beers and cast their vote for the coveted People’s Choice Award. Each chef creates two small dishes to pair with two beers from their brewery partner. Chefs and brewers collaborate – you pick your favorite.
Chef and Brew promotes the notion that local craft beer is an ideal pairing for chef-driven food.

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