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Faces of Denver – Darren Boyd

November 15th, 2018
Darren Boyd

Surviving as a neighborhood brewery in Denver is not an easy accomplishment these days stacked up against the saturated competition. Darren Boyd, one of the founders of Spangalang Brewery, believes that as the customer and competition has changed within the industry, the market and brewing process will too. Boyd has lived in Denver county for roughly 10 years after moving from Connecticut. He got involved in the brewing scene just as it was taking off in Denver and began working for Great Divide Brewing Co. After a couple years Boyd and his two other partners, Taylor Rees and Austin Wiley, all... Read More

Denver Brewery Spotlight: Getting Bookish With Fiction Beer Company

November 2nd, 2018

Fiction Beer Company is the product of owners Ryan and Christa Kilpatrick’s love for both good beer and a good story. These self-proclaimed “book dorks” saw the need for a brewery in the area of Park Hill, Montclair, and Mayfair. In September of 2014 they opened the doors to Fiction Beer Company and the rest is history. The space is large and varied. It features tables for those that need to get a little work done, couches for those looking to cozy up with a good book, and bar seating for those looking for good conversation. There is a large patio that regularly features a nearby food truck... Read More

7 Pumpkin Beers For Your Seasonal Enjoyment

October 28th, 2018
4 Noses Brewing Company's Pump Action

Fall is synonymous with one thing – PUMPKIN EVERYTHING! That being said, breweries have not missed out on this pumpkinlicous trend. Here’s a run-down on some of the stand out gourd-inspired brews that are getting us ready for sweater weather! 4 Noses Brewing Company’s Pump Action Imperial Pumpkin Ale rivals pumpkin pie itself! This light amber brew is rich in pumpkin spice. To make a great thing even better – they are also rolling out a few barrel-aged variants of this autumn inspiring brew such as brown sugar & cinnamon and maple, graham cracker, and vanilla. Comrade Brewing... Read More

The Great Steamboat Springs Brewventure

October 19th, 2018
Mountain Tap Brewery

When you find yourself in Steamboat Springs for a weekend mountain staycation with friends; you naturally scout out the area’s breweries. Maybe that’s just me – but it’s most definitely how this past weekend played out! After waiting out the inclement weather and making the journey I found myself craving a cold brew. So scattered throughout visits to Old Town Hot Springs, hilarious games of Cards Against Humanity, and the occasional bear sighting – we made our way to a few of the local watering holes.   Mountain Tap Brewery (www.mountaintapbrewery.com): The first stop we made... Read More

Denver Brewery Spotlight: A Cabin in the City – Woods Boss Brewing Company

October 12th, 2018
Woods Boss Brewing Company

Woods Boss Brewing Company is def serving up something fantastic – and I’m totally digging it! Why?! Well since you asked – let’s talk about it! The Space/Atmosphere: The space is large! It features various couches and community style seating made of halved tree trunks. There’s lots of raw wood and exposed brick throughout. Two large roll-up doors let all that excellent warm weather in and lead to two smaller sidewalk style patios with picnic tables. The whole space, even with its large size, gives off a great “mountain cabin meets the big city” feel. The tap list... Read More

Aurora Brewery Spotlight: Launch Pad Brewery’s Rocket Fuel

October 5th, 2018
Launch Pad Brewery

In Aurora off the corner of Kentucky and Buckley tucked back behind the 7-Eleven lies an amazing hidden gem – Launch Pad Brewery. Open seven days a week this “rocket-themed microbrewery and taproom” (as Google states) is decked out in all sorts of aeronautics gear including several scale models of satellites and rockets. Their small taproom boasts a decent amount of seating and is indeed dog and child friendly. The staff here is exceptional! Having frequented Launch Pad Brewery over the past few years (primarily due to its close proximity to Community College of Aurora); I was hooked. All... Read More

14 Reasons Why RiNo Needs To Be Your Next Beer Destination

September 28th, 2018
RiNo and Five Points Brewery

Few neighborhoods in the Denver-Metro have experienced as much growth in the past 10 years as River North (referred to as RiNo from here on) and Five Points. With that growth, an onslaught of businesses have made this trendy area home; an uncanny number being breweries! Here’s the 14 reasons why RiNo and Five Points NEED to be your next brewventure destination! 10 Barrel Brewing Company (10barrel.com): 10 Barrel Brewing Company has a wonderful space off Walnut Street. Their roof-top patio is a great summer (or post Rockies game) destination and their unique plays on pub food will leave you wanting... Read More

Brighton Brewery Spotlight: Something Delicious at Something Brewery

September 14th, 2018
Something Brewery

After checking out the Brighton Chile Festival this past scorching hot weekend, a cold beer was more than necessary. There’s definitely something special going on at Something Brewery in Brighton. Some Brief History and Atmosphere: The story behind the name can be found in their attempt to foster an inquisitive atmosphere for beer enthusiasts. They found that many of their guests would request, “something light, something dark, or something hoppy.” Boy they sure take that adventurous way of thinking to heart. In fact, emblazoned on the walls is a large mural stating “Something…” followed... Read More

Joyride Brewing and a Little Sip of History

December 8th, 2017

On a busy corner of Sheridan Blvd with views of Sloan’s Lake lives a neat little brewery rooted in some interesting history. This side of Sheridan is technically the city of Edgewater; a bright-lighted arch welcomes you to this quaint sandwiched suburb, a literal stone’s throw from Denver proper across the street. In recent months, developers have sought to build up the Sloan’s Lake area into another hot Denver neighborhood, with the ever-popular Highlands and Lo-Hi areas bordering all the other sides of the lake. The businesses of Edgewater only serve to benefit from this potential... Read More

Brewery Rickoli: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

December 1st, 2017

In the quiet suburb of Wheatridge off 44th and Wadsworth, lives a brewery that embodies the bordering community: laid back, friendly, unpretentious, and true to itself. Wheatridge is unlike the other surrounding suburbs of Denver; there are no large plots of track developments, in fact, no construction at all (talk about a breath of fresh air!). You won’t find a Chili’s or Olive Garden; it is as if someone cast the city in a time-freezing protection bubble and somehow, all the mom-and-pop establishments operating for the past thirty years are still thriving, nestled in still-full... Read More