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Last year, Colorado added 30 new breweries to its already impressive arsenal. That means all new recipes, taprooms and beers to explore throughout the Centennial state. How many of the new breweries did you visit last year? How many of these have you heard of? Either way, it’s time to welcome Colorado’s new class of brewers.
Beer is a love language all on its own. This Valentine’s Day, show your love language by indulging in one of these chocolate-infused craft beers oozing with rich, sweet chocolate goodness. This Ultimate Round Up will help you find the ultimate chocolate beers. You can forgo the chocolates and roses this year. We won’t judge.
Fort Collins Brewery & Tavern has recently announced that they will soon begin canning and plan to release new recipe batches. Along with this news came another announcement about a fresh new re-brand.
Fort Collins Brewery has also decided …
This article was updated on January 5, 2015 at 4:35pm MTN to add Left Hand Brewing Company’s giving in 2015.
Craft breweries across the United States acted generously and gave back to their communities during the past year, some …
Never have I hashtagged Pope Francis in the Weekly Growler Fill but hey, there’s a first for everything. This week, I’m bringing you more stories than ever before, not because I’m feeling motivated, but because there is tons of coolness happening in the brewniverse. Instead of giving you my usual sneak peak, you’re just going to have to read more to find out which stories are making the headlines in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Best story of the week: Barack Obama ordered a ton of craft beer for Air Force One. Other great stories include Mikkeller making a home in the US, another step towards the end of the Florida growler ban, and many beer releases. I summarized the craft beer news of the week so your short attention span could handle it. Read on to get the details of these stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Since the NFL Sunday is really just a weekly holiday of food disguised as a football game, I’m bringing you five recipes instead of one. If you follow Drink and Spoon religiously, you may have seen some of these recipes before. If not, welcome to the wonderful world of Cooking with Beer. As you travel through this list of good eats, you’ll see that I have laid out a step-by-step guide on how to properly prepare all of these dishes throughout NFL Sunday. Enjoy and may the best appetizer win!
Football season has officially begun and therefore your beer and food consumption is about to rise substantially. Just to even things out, make sure your beer knowledge also increases by keeping up with the Weekly Growler Fill. This week we announce a few new bars opening, Victory releases Moonglow Weizenbock, and there is a perfect beer for every NFL team. Read on and stay up to date with all the latest craft beer news.
If you’re going to the most incredible bottle share of all time, somebody needs to bring some amazing food. Not only are the patrons going to need something to soak up the alcohol in their bellies, they will also need something to cure the munchies when the booze takes over. To feed the masses of the PorchDrinking.com 2nd Anniversary Party, I knew as the founder of Drink and Spoon, that I had to come up with something scrumptious, plentiful, and cooked with beer. This is how Rauchbier Baked Beans were born.
A few weeks ago, Fort Collins Brewery hired a Marketing Director for the first time. Honestly, I was pretty surprised a brewery with such a huge facility and a giant reach across the country didn’t have an in house marketer. I was lucky enough to be invited to meet the new director, Charles Stanley, over a pint of Fort Collins Brewery Doppel Bock.