#aurorabeer Archives – PorchDrinking.com
Dry Dock Brewing | New Year, New BrutJanuary 7, 2022 | Scott Grossman
Just in time for the new year, Dry Dock Brewing in Aurora, Colorado, has released their New Year, New Brut Champagne-style beer. This clear and fresh beer offers hope that maybe 2022 can start with a clean slate. Read More
Launch Pad Brewery | Joint Activities Baltic PorterDecember 29, 2021 | Scott Grossman
It’s the season for big, robust beers and Launch Pad Brewing Joint Activities Baltic Porter certainly fits that bill. With rich, dark roast-malt flavor and an ABV of 9% this brew will see you through the coldest days of January.
Dry Dock Brewing Celebrates Sweet 16October 15, 2021 | Scott Grossman
Dry Dock Brewing in Aurora, Colorado, celebrates their Sweet 16 anniversary on October 16 with a huge bash at their North Dock taproom. Naturally the main focus will be the beer, and Dry Dock is rolling out an unheard-of 47 brews of every conceivable style. Read More
Launch Pad Brewery Celebrates Six Years With Festive WeekendJuly 23, 2021 | Scott Grossman
Launch Pad Brewing in Aurora, Colorado, kicked off its sixth anniversary Thursday night with four new releases and the start of a fun-filled weekend. The releases featured a little something for everyone, from a light Italian Pilsner to one of Launch Pad’s signature barrel-aged offerings. Read More
Brewery Showcase | Jade Mountain Brewery & TeahouseJune 8, 2021 | Scott Grossman
It’s been a long path for Sean Guerrero to reach the grand opening of Jade Mountain Brewery & Teahouse in Aurora, CO. The brewery, which blends American and Asian culture in its beers, celebrates its opening weekend starting on June 11, 2021. Along the way, Guerrero’s journey spanned 13 years, two continents, a pandemic and countless test batches of beer. Read More
Ursula Brewery | Imperial Crustless: Just the Way Mom Made ItMay 19, 2017 | Scott Davidson
Ursula Brewery in Aurora, Colorado released “PB&J Porter” last year in March, then it won a gold medal at the Colorado State Fair, so they re-brewed it and called it “Crustless”. Skip to October, Imperial Crustless was brewed, they sold some shirts, glasses, lunch boxes, and a little PB&J sandwich as a garnish.