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Brew Corner: Briar Common Brewery + Eatery

Honest brews paired with elevated eats at this Jefferson Park hotspot

Briar Common Brewery + Eatery

Briar Common Brewery + Eatery {2298 Clay Street, Denver; 720.512.3894} goes beyond your everyday brewpub. Open since October 2016, the brewery has quickly become a refuge beer-loving Jefferson Park residents and a lively hangout for sports fans, as the brewery sits mere blocks from Mile High Stadium. Not only do crisp, refreshing brews await but the brewhouse offers a menu of eccentric cuisine, ideal ... Read More »

Bierstadt Lagerhaus Now Open Inside Rackhouse Pub

Simple, crisp German-styled brews have come to the RiNo district

Bierstadt Rackhouse

“We make Lagers, and that’s it.” It may seem blunt to some, but at Bierstadt Lagerhouse {2875 Blake Street, Denver; 720.372.3791}, a simple approach is sometimes best. Last weekend, the brewery finally opened up to thirsty fans in Rackhouse Pub in the RiNo District. After years of working together—and amassing their own set of accolades within the beer industry—Owners/Brewers Bill Eye and Ashleigh Carter ... Read More »

The Flat-Out Best Beer Caves in Denver

DiningOut's The List

The moment you’ve been waiting for is here: the everything-food-and-drink list to end all lists. We’re undertaking a rather ambitious project—a year-long endeavor that lays out our flat-out best picks of the most exceptional culinary experiences in Denver and Boulder. We’ll cover the usual suspects: tacos and ramen, for example. Pizza and burgers, too. But think of this as the Herculean ... Read More »

4 Ladies Beer Clubs in Denver to Join

Meet more brew-loving females

Denver’s beer clubs offer a great way to meet other local ladies as enthusiastic about brews as you, while deepening your knowledge of beer. All but one of these clubs are for ladies only, and each meets a couple times a month. Enjoy new brews with a new friend, or two, through these beer clubs in Denver! Barley’s Angels This club originated in ... Read More »

Five Reasons to Go to Great Divide’s 22nd Anniversary

Where else can you party with a yeti?

Great Divide Brewery is feeling 22—cue Taylor Swift song—and you are invited to celebrate. This Saturday, Great Divide Brewery is throwing its 22nd anniversary bash at its newest location, The Great Divide Barrel Bar {1812 35th Street, Denver; 303.296.9460} from 2-6pm. With the upgrade in space, you can expect a full “Yeti Experience,” equipped with a flurry of food trucks, live bands, ... Read More »

Post Brewing Launches Two New Beers in Cans

Four Post beers total now available by the can

Selders of Post brewing

Session beers are all the rage right now, and The Post Brewing happens to specialize in just that. Since May 15, two more of Post’s beers are available in cans in local stores. Meathooks and Ol’ Zippy have joined Townie Ale and Howdy Beer in the retail can lineup. Here’s what you need to know about this exciting development at The ... Read More »

Gorgeous B&W Shots of Colorado Breweries

Introducing the Brewtography Project

Local photographer Dustin Hall has spent the past few years snapping shots of Colorado breweries (see a few of his images above). He’s dubbed this undertaking The Brewtography Project, and he wants to present his work in a coffee table photography book entitled “Discovering Colorado Breweries.”  On May 13, Hall will launch a Kickstarter campaign to help fund printing costs. You can learn more about ... Read More »

15 New Breweries in Colorado to Know About

The New Kids on the Block tell us how they're different

Luckily for the 309 craft breweries in Colorado—over 60 of which opened in the past two years—Coloradans love their beer. On March 24, the fourth annual New Kids on the Block Beer Festival, hosted by Two Parts and PorchDrinking.com, celebrates these newbies. In honor of the fest, we asked 15 of the participating new breweries: With so many breweries in Colorado, what sets you ... Read More »

Brewers Unite at Collaboration Fest

They came, they collaborated, they conquered

Collaboration Fest

Over the weekend, Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High hosted the third annual Collaboration Fest, the country’s most creative beer festival we know of. Conceived by Two Parts (formerly Imbibe) with support from the Colorado Brewers Guild, Beer Advocate, Visit Denver, and Molly’s Spirits, among others, the March 19 festival featured more than 85 collaborative beer projects from 149 breweries, representing ... Read More »

FATE Brewing Expands Operations into Old Avery Brewing Digs

Brewing at the new building will begin in 2016

Fate

When Colorado brewing giant Avery Brewing Company said goodbye to their longtime home in “Avery Alley” to move their brewery a few miles up the road in February, the local craft beer community didn’t waste any time in speculating which up-and-coming brewery would swoop in and snatch up Avery’s old digs. After all, the space was already equipped with a huge taproom, plenty of ... Read More »