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From unicorn tears to blue cheese sours, the 2017 What the Funk!? Invitational brought another year of sensationally wild and funk barrel-aged beers–this year at the gorgeous Studios at Overland Crossing in Denver.
What do you get when you mix live music, craft brews, games, and free admission? The Upslope Get Down returns to the Flatiron Park Brewery on Saturday, May 20 for an afternoon packed with music from three separate stages, art-making, local food trucks, and plenty of Upslope beers.
Lon Symensma, the chef behind the acclaimed Denver staple ChoLon, and his newly formed ChoLon Restaurant Concept team announced that he’s opening Kaya Kitchen within Avanti Food & Beverage in July 2017. The quick-service Asian concept will replace Souk Shawarma and be the fourth project from Chef Symensma joining the recently opened Concourse Restaurant Moderne in Stapleton.
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One Hawaiian appetizer has recently created a food trend foothold on the U.S. Mainland, and one Portland restaurant is bringing its own version of this seafood cuisine to Avanti Food & Beverage this summer.
This year marks the 17th season for New Belgium’s Tour de Fat and it’s coming back to Denver once again! This day-long festival is free, but the proceeds from beer sales and parade registration go to local non-profits as donations.
Surprise! Fat Tire is now 25-years-old. Feeling old yet? The folks over at New Belgium are–but in the best way possible! Twenty-five years is no easy feat for a brewery nowadays, that’s why they’ve celebrated in a big way and got in touch with five collaboration partners and good friends of theirs to recreate versions of the iconic Fat Tire.
This Saturday and Sunday, the Summer Denver Flea returns to the River North district, this time EXDO Event Center on both days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Supporting local artists and makers is often made even better while sipping on locally made craft beer, too. Luckily, our friends at New Belgium is making your Flea experience much more enjoyable with a mix of classics, and some new specialty offerings which will satisfy any beer geek’s wanting desires. Below is a list of the beers you can expect that will be available during the Summer Flea:
For a second time, the Vermont-based ice creamery Ben & Jerry’s and Colorado brewery, New Belgium Brewing have collaborated on an ice cream-inspired beer to benefit the non-profit Protect Our Winters (POW).
The official start to summer is June 20, which means it’s the perfect time to start planning trips to the newest additions to Colorado’s craft beer scene! The 2016 class of new breweries is starting to take shape and thanks to the help …
Great Divide Brewing Co. has been gearing up for a busy summer over the last few months and have a lot to share with their adoring public. Great Divide starts off the season strong with a new beer, new artwork, new beer recipes and a few notable events to jot down on your calendars!
I remember the days where the family would gather in the backyard, the grill was in full use, the volleyball net was up and the weather was just warm enough but not sweltering. You could smell all the …
If you live in Colorado like I do, you may be thinking that it isn’t actually spring just yet. Not with the weather we’ve been having lately, at least. That’s why New Belgium Brewing and Belgium’s Hof Ten Dormaal‘s …
No, we’re not talking about the band — we are, however, talking about all of the new players in the craft beer scene in Colorado! The fourth annual New Kids On The Block beer festival celebrates local breweries under two …
Starcut Ciders, a division of Short’s Brewing Company, will begin distribution of their hard ciders in Colorado beginning early March. Distributed by Elite Brands, Colorado will be the second state behind Illinois to receive shipments of this Northern Michigan brand.
Bought out, but never forgotten; that is the philosophy behind Mu Brewery‘s latest specialty brew Vanilla Porta-Rita as a tribute to Breckenridge Brewery, AB-InBev’s latest acquisition.
Much like when Mu Brewery released a pumpkin peach ale last February as …
Gardiner Hammond head brewer and owner of Alpine Dog Brewing Co. served the patrons of the Capitol Hill brewery on Saturday night, and has now been doing so for a full year.
Hammond and his taproom crew celebrated this fact by brewing an experimental bourbon barrel-aged peach pale ale that was available on tap and in limited release 750ml bottles.