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Fiction Beer Company Archives – PorchDrinking.com

Despite the Festival’s Cancellation, Collaboration Fest Beers Now Available to the Public

April 3, 2020 |

A few weeks ago, the Colorado Brewers Guild (CBG) had to make the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Collaboration Fest due to the developing COVID-19 pandemic and concerns over public health and safety. This would have been CBG’s seventh annual event and was originally created as an opportunity to bring together breweries and the collaborative spirit. It was a difficult decision for them because over the years, it became one of their largest fundraising efforts.

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Fiction Beer Company | Electrum Bronze

September 19, 2019 |

Last year, the Brewers Association introduced Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale category at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival, becoming the first national competition to recognize the category. It was one of the highest entered categories of 2018, with 132 entries from across the United States. Only three breweries won medals, Fiction Beer Company in Denver, Colorado was among the winners, earning a Bronze Medal for Madame Psychosis.

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Colorado Brut IPAs to Help Ring in the New Year

December 28, 2018 |

2018 has been a beer-y great year in the craft beer world, with countless new releases, the emergence of more beers brewed with lactose, new beer categories added to Great American Beer Festival’s style categories and so much more. With that being said, 2018 is coming to an end. While many people cheers to the new year with champagne or other types of bubbles, as a beer lover, we have the chance to toast 2019 with a newly created beer style: brut IPAs! I don’t know about you, but I know that’s how I’ll be ringing in the new year. While I am still mulling over which one in particular, here are a few ideas of what to fill your glass with.

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Fiction Beer Company | Madame Psychosis

November 28, 2017 |

At this point, it’s pretty clear that the New England IPA style is not just limited to beer makers in New England. From coast to coast, beer drinkers are seeing more and more breweries experiment with this style by taking … Read More