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Matt Brynildson, Adam Avery, and Cory King on Big Beers 2019

January 21, 2019 |

It’s one of the draws of the annual Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywines Festival: Bold-faced names in craft brewing routinely make the trip, pouring their beer and chatting up fans. … Read More

Rapids & Grass Beer and Music Festival Shines in First Year

July 7, 2017 |

As an image that captures the spirit of the Arkansas River Valley beer scene, it was as good as any: a purple whitewater kayak plastered with Colorado brewery stickers serving as a cooler.

That, during the tasting session of last weekend’s inaugural Rapids and Grass Beer and Music Festival in Buena Vista, is where you could find hometown favorite Eddyline Brewing’s “beers for any adventure.”  

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Colorado’s Newest Generation of Sour Brewers Shine at Avery’s 7th Annual SourFest

June 30, 2017 | 1

Kyle Carbaugh had no designs on brewing sour beer when he and his wife, Miranda, opened Wiley Roots Brewing in Greeley four years ago. Their best-known beer early on was about as old-school craft beer basic as you can get — an American-style wheat. It won a Great American Beer Festival bronze medal just a few months after the brewery poured its first pint.

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6 Most Interesting Beers to Try at 2017 Collaboration Fest

March 24, 2017 |

By Eric Gorski, Chelsea Mitchell and Adison Conway

Brewers really can all just get along.

The 4th annual Collaboration Festival returns to Denver on Saturday, showcasing beers that are combined efforts of breweries that may go way back or have but a passing familiarity.

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Event Recap | 2016 Avery Sour Fest

June 28, 2016 |

Photos by KC Cunilio

BOULDER — It used to be that attending an event like Avery Brewing Co.’s SourFest meant immediately heading to the booths of out-of-state breweries with well-earned … Read More

Event Preview | Funk & Farm Beer Fest

May 26, 2016 |

At first blush, Nighthawk Brewing is an odd setting for a festival celebrating farmhouse beers.

The Broomfield brewery, which opened in January 2015, is housed in a metal warehouse on … Read More

A Six-Pack of Beers to Try at the 3rd Annual Collaboration Festival

March 17, 2016 |

You’ve heard it time and again — the craft brewing industry is collaborative by nature. Breweries share know-how and ingredients. They root for each other. Veterans impart wisdom — including lessons learned the hard way — to the generations that follow. Of course, there are spats and personality clashes. But that is true when human beings come in contact with one another, no matter the context. For the most part, all the collaboration talk is backed up with deeds.

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