Home » BEER (page 3)


Left Hand Brewing Celebrates at this Weekend’s Nitro Fest

Nitro Fest

Just like in the world of fashion, the craft beer industry can be a roller coaster of trends—some fizzling out just as fast as they were initiated—and others going on to inspire the direction of new breweries joining the ever-growing statistic of craft beer producers opening up each year. Not long ago, after the buzz of the IPA craze leveled out ... Read More »

Beer, Bacon, and Broncos

The fourth annual Beer & Bacon fest took off with a smokey-sweet bang at the Glitter Dome in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood this past Sunday. The warehouse on the corner of 36th and Wynkoop houses a flat track ring, where the Denver Roller Dolls train, but Sunday afternoon a long line of pig and pigskin fans were there to enjoy the maple-rich aroma of ... Read More »

5 Fall Colorado Beers To Drink This Season


‘Tis the season, when chalkboard menus everywhere are wiped clean and rewritten to include all things pumpkin and new drinks inspired by the fall season. If you’re looking to enjoy a fall-inspired beverage in Colorado, you don’t have to look far. The craft beer industry has you covered with a number of tasty seasonal releases that highlight everything great about ... Read More »

10 Awesome Things We Saw at GABF


Don’t get us wrong. Our favorite thing about Great American Beer Festival is sampling all of the amazing beer from Alaska to Florida. But there are a lot of awesome non-beer things at GABF to discover, too. Here are 10 things you should know about from this year’s festival, in no particular order. And if you’re looking for all the ... Read More »

14 Best Costumes at GABF

Hop Fairies

One of our favorite parts about the Great American Beer Festival is the festive spirit. Halloween may be a few weeks out, but we saw some incredible costumes at this past weekend’s fest. Here are 14 of our favorite GABF goer get-ups. Read More »

Colorado Breweries Win 38 Medals at Great American Beer Festival

GABF Awards

In typical Centennial state fashion, Colorado breweries cleaned up at this year’s Great American Beer Festival awards ceremony that brought thousands of craft beer industry members to Denver this past weekend. Right out of the gate, Colorado breweries made their presence known, with the first two medals of the ceremony landing around the necks of Boulder County brewers participating in ... Read More »

September Beer Events in Boulder

Avery Brewing restaurant

It’s pretty much the same story every year. Tickets for the Great American Beer Festival go on sale, and about a minute later, they’re gone—leaving a string of sad craft beer fans all along the Front Range. But not to worry. There’s a slew of awesome beer events happening in the area this week to celebrate the industry’s most popular ... Read More »

The Great American Beer (and Cheese!) Festival

A pint of beer and wedge of cheese

The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) is nothing if not overwhelming. And this year promises to be bigger than ever, with 90,000 additional square-feet, a whole new meet-the-brewer section, and more beer samples than you can possibly taste in an evening. Still, the GABF offers so much more than beer alone. In a special tasting area on the GABF festival ... Read More »

New Colorado Breweries at GABF 2015

Call to Arms

This year, GABF is going to be bigger, better, and beerier than ever. Part of the fun of the festival is trying craft beer from far and wide; places you may not normally be able to visit. And yet, with so many breweries cropping up in Colorado—and more opening all the time—it makes sense to sample some of the best ... Read More »

What’s New at GABF in 2015

Call to Arms

Great American Beer Festival is bigger than ever. Since the first fest in 1982, the beer times are fast a’changin’, and the proof is in the 2015 numbers: 77: Minutes before the public ticket sale sold out. 11,000: More people than last year—that’s approximately the population of Louisville, CO, home of GABF participant Gravity Brewing. 60,000: Total attendees, brewers, judges, volunteers, and journalists—just ... Read More »