Hops + Handrails – March 12, 2016, Longmont, CO

Hops+Handrails 2016Saturday, March. 12th | 12-6 pm | Roosevelt Park | Longmont, CO

60 Breweries | Rail Jam | Live Music feat. Sam Bush | Vendors | Kid Zone
Left Hand’s bringing the mountain to the people! In it’s fourth year, Hops+Handrails features the best of Colorado, mixing an epic beer fest with a live rail jam! Sip from 60 craft breweries, while riders do their best tricks down the 40ft. ramp with live music filling the air. Sam Bush will headline the Hops + Handrails stage, featuring his trademark bluegrass and jaw-dropping mandolin playing!

Hops + Handrails is a benefit for SOS Outreach, Chill, and the LHB Foundation.

VIP EXPERIENCE: Beer Fest + Rail Jam- $75

Exclusive Beer & Food Pairings, Couches, Private Bathroom, Shade
GENERAL ADMISSION: Beer Fest + Rail Jam – $30

General Admission, including 4 hours of unlimited sampling
GENERAL ADMISSION: Rail Jam Only – $10
KIDS (5-12yrs) – $5
KIDS (0-5yrs) – Free

Click Here to purchase tickets!


Hops + Handrails features some of Colorado’s best riders,
showing off their tricks on Left Hand’s 40 ft ramp & rails!

Riders will participate in the Open, Women’s, & Junior’s categories with prizes below.

Open :
1st- $1K, 2nd – $500, 3rd -$250
Women’s :
1st- $1K, 2nd – $500, 3rd -$250
Juniors:
Burton Gear


Sip from over 60 craft breweries, across 4 hours of unlimited sampling!

300 Suns Fate Renegade
4 Noses Firestone Walker Revolution
Avery Ft Collins Rockyard
Bear Republic Gravity Shoes & Brews
Big Choice Great Divide Sierra Nevada
Big Thompson Green Flash Ska
Bootstrap Brewing Grimm Brothers Skeye
Boston Beer Grossen Bart Station 26
Boulder Beer Liquid Mechanics Stem Ciders
Bristol Beer Lost Abbey Stone
City Star Loveland Aleworks Telluride
Crazy Mountain Melvin The Traveler Beer Company
Crow Hop Mountain Sun Three Weavers
Dark Horse New Holland Trinity
Declaration New Belgium Twisted Pine
Denver Beer Ninkasi Upslope
Deschutes North Coast Victory
Dogfish Head Odd13 Wibby
Dry Dock Odell Wild Cider
Eddyline Oskar Blues Wild Woods
Elevation Post Wiley Roots
Epic Pumphouse

Odyssey Beerwerks Brewery & Taproom – Arvada, CO

Odyssey Beerwerks logoOdyssey Beerwerks Brewery & Taproom is located in Arvada, CO near I-76 and Sheridan Blvd. Odyssey is known as a happening brewery with live music, great food trucks, and a fun atmosphere. The brewery is in close proximity to the Clear Creek Bike Trail, and has great access to a few of the major metro area highways. Whether on a bike or in a car, Odyssey is a popular place to stop in for a fresh Colorado craft beer.

History of the Brewery:
Odyssey Beerwerks opened for business on May 25, 2013. Owners, and Colorado Natives, Chris Hill and Josh Van Riper are longtime friends and homebrewing partners that had a dream of opening their own brewery someday. Chris and Josh had extensive homebrewing experience dating back to the mid-90s. Chris grew up in Fort Collins, a town widely known for it’s amazing craft beer. Josh grew up in Montrose, on the Western Slope of Colorado. The two met in Fort Collins, and developed a friendship that ultimately led to the creation of Odyssey Beerwerks. Over the years they honed their craft with help of a friend that brewed for, and helped open some of the CB & Potts locations in Colorado.

Initially, Chris and Josh wanted to open up a brewery in Fort Collins. After doing some research they decided it was best to look elsewhere – due to the high density of breweries in Fort Collins. Since Fort Collins was out, they began looking on the north side of the Denver metro area, and landed in a newly built industrial park on the eastern edge of Arvada. Odyssey Beerwerks is a great example of a team coming together with different skills to create an excellent product. Chris brought experience in marketing, while Josh brought engineering experience. Together the two designed, and built an impressive brewing setup at Odyssey. Josh was actually responsible for much of the wiring and setup of the controls for the fermenters. It should be noted that the wives of both owners have also played an important role in running the brewery, helping with bookkeeping and scheduling.

IMG_0545(1)About the Brewery:
While many new breweries simply open up with the intent of selling beer inside their facility, some like Odyssey open with bigger plans in mind. When Chris and Josh opened Odyssey Beerwerks, their business plan included distributing their beer to local liquor stores and taprooms. Odyssey’s brewery includes a canning line, a 15 barrel brewhouse, four 15-barrel fermenters, and two 30-barrel fermenters. The brewery has the capacity to have 120 barrels fermenting at one time. Josh has done a great deal of testing and tweaking the brewing equipment in order to maximize production, and ultimately distribution of Odyssey Beerwerks’ beer.

Beer List: Odyssey has a beer locator that can be viewed here. I’ve seen Odyssey’s beer in many local liquor stores around the Denver area, so it should not be difficult to find their beer somewhere close to home. While they will try many different styles of beer, Odyssey tends to stick mostly with ales. They do some season lagers – it just depends on the time of year for exactly which options will be available. You will always find a diverse menu at Odyssey, thanks to Josh Van Riper’s experience traveling, and learning about different beer styles along the way.

  • Psycho Penguin Vanilla Porter: ABV 5.4%, IBUs 36 –  Dark, silky maltiness will slide down the throat but not before the nose and tongue have picked up the smooth and smoky flavor of Mexican vanilla beans lurking within.  It’s an easy drinker and hard to put down.
  • Heliocentric Hefeweizen: ABV 5.5%, IBUs 12 – Very good, light, crisp, banana hints from the Belgian yeast strain. This was one of my two favorite beers at Odyssey.
  • Ghost Drifter Pale Ale: ABV 5.8%, IBUs 36 – Smooth flavor, hop forward, northwestern hops.This is a classic American Pale Ale, and was my favorite beer at Odyssey!
  • Clan Warrior Scotch Ale: ABV 8.7%, IBUs 29 –  A rich and sweet, and malty ale that showcases a blend of specialty malts. There is also a nice smokiness to this awesome scotch ale.
  • Eye of Ra Belgian Strong Ale: ABV 8.9%, IBUs 39 – Malty, yet not strong tasting for a higher alcohol volume beer, very smooth. Has a deep, crisp, and seductive fruit and spice notes. The Eye of Ra is worthy of devotion.
  • Seasonals: Rum Barrel Aged Olde Ale, *Hop Shot IPA, Lazy Gopher Dry Stout, Dubbel Down Abbey Ale,, Belgian Black Ale (always have stout and IPA), Seething Stout, Palm Tree Caribbean Pilsner Lager (hop note with peppery note).

Odyssey just came out with 12-pack mix packs, which you can purchased at the brewery, or in select stores. If you would prefer to purchase a growler, you can pick up a 64oz glass growler for $7. The core beers are $14 to fill, seasonals are more expensive depending on the style of beer. For the outdoorsy types, you can purchase 64 oz Hydro Flask Growlers, which will keep beer cold for 24 hours!

I had a good time discussing Colorado craft beer with Chris Hill at Odyssey Beerwerks. I would recommend a trip to the brewery for anyone that enjoys a fresh, locally brewed beer. You will find a wide variety of beer styles so everyone in a group should be able to find one that fits their taste. Bring a bike and check out the Clear Creek Bike trail, or simply stop in and hang out on the patio, you’ll enjoy visiting Odyssey Beerwerks!

Odyssey Beerwerks Brewery & Taproom
5535 W 56th Ave, Suite 107
Arvada, CO 80002
(303) 421-0772

FATE Brewing Company Reveals Plans For Expansion

Fate Brewing LogoProject To Include New Barrel Aging Room, Improved Packaging Facilities and Nearly 100% Production Capacity Increase

The project, scheduled to break ground December 2014, is announced more than two months before the brewery’s second anniversary. FATE Brewing Company owner Mike Lawinski states, “We knew that increased production capacity would be a goal at some point down the road. Never did we imagine it could happen so quickly but we have hit capacity and we need more space to keep up.”

In addition to nearly doubling fermentation space the plans reveal FATE Brewing Company’s recent acquisition of 1600 38th Street, Unit 103 in Boulder, Colorado. The previous home of Boulder Light, this approximately 2500 square foot space will undergo a remodel resulting in a new barrel aging room and improved packaging facility all right next door to the brewery’s existing property.

The remodel project is currently in its design phase and construction should wrap early 2015.  Lawinski states “The goal of the project started simply: brew more beer and get our beer into more people’s hands but we are excited because the space will really allow us to do much more than that.” Increasing production capacity, optimizing packaging processes, enhancing packaged goods product portfolio and driving product innovation will all be other beneficial outcomes of the expansion, according to the owner.

In addition to bourbon, tequila and fresh charred American oak barrels we look forward to housing wine and other spirit barrels in a variety of sizes. Look forward to new (and more) barrel aged products from the brewery in the near future. The plan lays out new bottling, canning and labeling facilities/equipment for the burgeoning brewery while the brew house investment includes the addition of two 30-barrel fermenters, one 10-barrel fermenter and two 3-barrel fermenters.

FATE Brewing Company has been named Colorado’s Best New Brewery (RateBeer.com, 2014), one of 10 New U.S. Breweries to Watch from D.C. to California (Bon Appétit, 2014), Boulder’s Best New Bar (Daily Camera, 2014) and Boulder’s Best New Restaurant (Daily Camera, 2013). The brewery was also recognized this year for having the nation’s best Kölsch style ale at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival®, taking home Gold in the German-Style Kölsch category for their Laimas Kölsch Style Ale.

Front Range Hop Company: Supporting Growth of Colorado Hops

Front Range Hops Comany LogoFront Range Hop Company is a family owned and operated hop processor and wholesaler Located in Longmont, Colorado. Front Range provides a number of services both to local hop growers and breweries. Their mission is to support the growth of the hop industry in Colorado by helping to facilitate farm expansion and advocating for the broader use of local hops by local breweries. The team at Front Range Hop Company has a passion for local hops and craft beer, and hope to be a valuable resource to the growing Colorado craft beer industry.

From www.FRHops.com, “At The Front Range Hop Company, we are dedicated to supporting the local Colorado hop producing industry. We provide numerous processing services to remove barriers for existing as well as new hop growers. We also provide a single point of contact for brewers that are looking to source quality and consistent hops for their beers. Above all we believe in the quality of our products and that high quality ingredients make high quality beer.”

For Breweries:

Consistency of Product:
You can have peace of mind that no matter what local farm you hops came from that they have been handled correctly. All of our hops go through the same process so you can be sure of a quality and consistent product every time you order through us

Single Point of Contact: Looking for more than one type of local hop can be difficult and time consuming. Who grows that locally? How can I get in touch with them? Do they have any left? We partner with many farms and are always looking to expand our network. Because of this we can be your single point of contact for all your local hop needs. Even if we don’t have a particular variety we will always attempt to point you in the right direction

High Quality: We have made investments in state of the art processing equipment to ensure the highest quality in the hops we process. We do not allow our hops to exceed 100F at any point in our processing, this includes our drying and pelletizing processes. By keeping the temperature of the hops below 100f we preserve volatile compounds that are normally destroyed in large scale hop processing. This results in a better quality product and fresher more tasty beer

Laboratory Testing Each hop variety from each farm is professionally laboratory tested by a independent third party lab. This takes the guesswork out of working with hops of unknown alpha/beta levels. each package is marked with the type, farm of origin as well as all laboratory findings

Anticipated 2014 Crop Through our local hop farm partnerships we anticipate having the following variety available after the 2014 harvest

  • Cascade
  • Chinook
  • Crystal
  • CTZ
  • Willamette
  • Mt Hood
  • Tettnanger
  • Nugget

Very Limited Avaliability

  • Glacier
  • Kirin II
  • Sorachi Ace

For Hop Growers:

Professional Picking:
We utilize a local Wolf Picker to professional pick our bines. This service takes a bit or coordination depending on when your crop is ready but once that is done all you need to do is cut down your bines and let us handle all the picking work for you. When it is this easy maybe you can handle planting another couple acres?

Drying:
After our hops are picked they arrive at our facility. There they are cataloged and loaded into our custom oasts (dryers). Unlike some large scale commercial drying operations that will dry at temperatures exceeding 140f we use minimal heating and never above 100f. This produces a higher quality hop and preserves volatile compounds that are lost at higher temperatures. Our oasts are designed to dry a total of 4000lbs of wet hops to 8% moisture in a 24 hour period. The smallest amount of one type of hop that can be dried is 50lbs (wet weight)

Milling and Pelletizing:
After drying hops can be used as leaf hops or further processed into pellets. Our custom Hammer Mill and Pellet Mill are professionally made in Colorado. We pelletize under active liquid nitrogen cooling to preserve the quality of the finished product. At no time in the processing do we allow the temperature of the hops to exceed 100f, again preserving volatile compounds and providing the highest quality product. Our Pellet mill will pelletize roughly 40lbs of material an hour

Packaging:
We utilize state of the art modified atmosphere packaging technology. This process removes all air in the packaging and replaces it with nitrogen. Combining this technique with high quality 7mil Mylar bags provides optimal shelf life and ensures a high quality product. We can package in anything from 3oz packages to 5lbs packages to fit your needs

Sales and Distribution:
Through our contacts at many local breweries we can assist in finding a home for your crop. Many times we receive calls looking for certain varieties. We can help with the transaction and delivery of your finished hops

Pay In Hops Program:
We know that for most farms around the harvest time cash can be tight. Our Pay in Hops Program aims to help with this cash flow problem. We allow our customers to pay some or all of their processing bills with their finished hops.

For Homebrewers:

Starting in 2014 we will be packaging some of our crop in 3oz packages of pellets for home brewers. you will be able to order here through our website as well as in some Colorado home brew stores. If you haven’t made a locally hoped IPA yet plan on doing one this year!

Anticipated 2014 Crop: Through our local hop farm partnerships we anticipate having the following varieties available after the 2014 harvest

  • Cascade
  • Chinook
  • Crystal
  • Willamette
  • Mt Hood
  • Tettnanger
  • Nugget

Front Range Hop Company
1240 Ken Pratt Blvd, Unit 9B
Longmont, CO 80501
info@frhops.com

38 State Brewing Company – Littleton, CO

38 State Brewing Company is our first featured brewery in Littleton, CO, and they’re also the first brewery/taproom located in Littleton. The name 38 State Brewing is in honor of Colorado becoming the 38th state to join the union in 1876. I had the opportunity to get some background information on 38 State Brewing from Brett Blazek, VP of Marketing, and one of the 4 part owners of the brewery. 38 State Brewing Logo

38 State Brewing started much like everyone else (homebrewers), and decided to take their passion for brewing to the next level after friends and family gave them ample amounts of positive feedback about their product. Initially they began brewing as a hobby, never thinking it would escalate to anything more than that, but friends can be quite persuasive, so they decided to take 38 State to the next level and open their very own brewery.

38 State Brewing is currently located at 8071A S. Broadway in Littleton, which makes them the very first brewery/taproom in the city. 38 State is strictly a brewery, so they don’t have the capability of preparing any food on site (like the Old Mill Brewery/Restaurant – also in Littleton). The team at 38 State is quite excited to be labeled with the distinction as Littleton’s first true brewery/taproom, and look to cater to those locals who have desperately wanted a place to call their own. The brewery and taproom is located just north of C-470 & Broadway.

The four owners of 38 State Brewing are: Mike and Kim Keating, Jason Virzi, and Brett Blazek. When you take a married couple, high school friends, and literal neighbors… and put all of that together, along with their backgrounds (Mike – Master Gardener, Kim – CFO of a payment processing company, Jason – Aviation Project Manager, and Brett – a humble school teacher), you get the heart and soul of 38 State Brewing Company! 38 State Brewing is glad they could come together and give Littleton something that it has been missing, and hope they will continue to do so for decades to come. In my visit with Brett Blazek, it was evident there is a ton of passion behind what is being done at 38 State Brewing. Great beer, good friends, and a fun place to get together is how I would describe what the owners of 38 State have created.

38 State is about as small as a nano-brewery can get. The brewery is currently running a one-barrel system made by Ruby Street Brewing (out of of Fort Collins). Head brewer, Mike Keating, along with two assistant brewers put in long hours the one-barrel system to ensure that 38 State can meet the demand of its patrons. 38 State opened to the public on May 10, 2014 and had such a positive turnout that they actually went light on a couple of their beers due to demand being so high. This was great news for the brewery, but meant that they would have to crank up the production schedule.

38 State Logo

38 State Brewing’s  logo – spray painted mural in the taproom

The team at 38 State is quite fond of their little one-barrel system as it allows them to not only produce their staple beers, but gives them the freedom to try new things, recipes, ideas, etc. knowing that if lightning doesn’t strike, they’re only out one barrel as opposed to twenty. This freedom and creative approach is what they began with back in the garage while homebrewing, and they continue to keep the same thought process day in and day out. One of the many things that 38 State is proud of is the truly “hands-on” approach to what they do. According to Brett Blazek, “Each day our grains are milled by hand, and that hands-on process doesn’t leave until that beer is poured into a guest’s glass. Milling, steeping, stirring, transferring, pouring… it’s all done (by hand) by our fantastic staff who understands what it takes to make a great pint of craft brew.” Brett Blazek 38 State Brewing

The Beer: In addition to the list below, 38 State plans to constantly introduce new styles to keep their beer selection fresh and different. Since their opening they’ve also showcased a small batch of Broadway IPA (a traditional IPA), and have two others debuting within 10 days time. As Brett Blazek puts it, “Again, we have this creativity per our one-barrel system, and we couldn’t be more excited to give the people something new time and time again.”

One thing I think is really cool about 38 State Brewing is that they’re still figuring out which beers are the most popular. Since they’ve only been open about a month, they’re taking feedback from patrons to figure out which beers should become a staple. Visitors of 38 State have the distinct opportunity to help shape future beer offerings by trying different beers, and providing feedback to the staff. It’s pretty cool that the people coming in to try a fresh craft beer, may also be the reason one of 38 State’s beers becomes a local favorite.

38 State’s current stable of beers consists of a little something for everyone. Keep in mind that with the current system, styles will be rotating frequently. The beer listed below may not be available tomorrow. The good thing is that overall, 38 State brews awesome beer, so you’ll be able to pick at least 1-2 that you’ll really enjoy when you visit.

Beer List:

  • Golden Lemon-Honey Wheat: This beer is created using fresh lemons, organic lemon juice and local Colorado honey. This American style Wheat beer has a crisp and refreshing taste that will help you get through the dog days of summer – or any time of year! Not too tart, not too sweet, we dare you to have just one! ABV 5.4%
  • ColorAmber Amber Ale: This American style Amber Ale focuses heavily on the special blend of both Munich and Biscuit malts which create a flavorful beer that is unbelievably drinkable. Add to that the pairing of Fuggle and Willemette hops, and you have an Amber Ale complete with superb taste and feel, making it a truly well-balanced session beer. ABV 4.3%
  • Great Plains Scottish Ale: This ale undergoes an extensive boil to help achieve its remarkable flavor and crisp bronze color. The high levels of fermentable sugar in conjunction with the gentle hop balance make this beer a special blend of savory malts and rich aromas that is sure to satisfy. ABV 6%
  • Two Buttes Double IPA:  A brew for serious hop heads! This robust and genuinely flavorful Double IPA is inspired by the old world style of brewing, making it a favorite amongst beer drinkers. A strong Double IPA, this beer endures a lengthy boiling process to guarantee maximum flavor from its special blend of grains. This recipe’s meticulous attention to detail of both malt and hops creates a “beast” of a beer. ABV 9.2%
  • Chocolate Stout: This is a very creative recipe inspired by both classic English and Irish stouts. We use an awesome blend of chocolate and coffee malts. This stout is lightly hopped to complement the roasted flavors unleashed during the boiling process which leads to an easy drinking beer. ABV 6.5%
  • Littleton Kolsh: This one’s brand new! We’ll have a description and ABV soon!
  • Chocolate Oatmeal Stout: Chocolaty, a little smokey from the oatmeal, and a good choice for fans of stouts.
  • Dunkelweizen: Dark in color, smooth, refreshing beer for a hot day. Well, any day really.
  • Lunch Pale Ale: A great summer Pale Ale with a subtle hoppy flavor. This is a great beer for someone that may have avoided hoppy beers in the past. Try this one out, and you will see what you’ve been missing.
  • ESB: A smooth ESB, with a subtle bitterness.
  • IPA: We didn’t try this one, but it will be back soon.

After visiting 38 State Brewing, and sitting down with part owner, Brett Blazek, I can say without a doubt that beer drinkers will enjoy visiting the first brewery and taproom in Littleton. The atmosphere is inviting and the feel of the taproom is unique. 38 State is located in an area that is predominantly automotive. There are repair shops, dealerships, and other automotive business close by. The building they’re located in is actually an old garage that has been revamped, and now has the feel of a modern cabin. There’s nice woodwork on the walls, flights are served on hand-crafted wooden serving trays, and the old garage doors open to give the taproom an outdoor feel. Of course, if you want to sit outside, there is a nice patio in the front as well. It’s fitting that 38 State opened in an old garage, as that is how the owners began brewing together years ago. I look forward to seeing the growth of 38 State Brewing, and will definitely be heading back to try more of their outstanding Colorado craft brews. Check them out at the link below.

38 State Brewing Company LLC
8071A S. Broadway
Littleton, CO 80122
760-220-8580

2013 Top 50 Craft Breweries List: Includes 6 From Colorado

CBP13_Top_50_ BreweriesThe Brewers Association recently released their list of the 2013 Top 50 Craft Breweries in the U.S. For the 2nd year in a row, 6 Colorado breweries are on the list. The 6 on the list include; New Belgium, Oskar Blues, Odell, Left Hand, Rock Bottom & Breckenridge. These 6 are the same as last year, but a few of them have moved spots on the list from 2012. Left Hand Brewing Co. made the biggest jump, moving up 5 spots from #43 to #38. Oskar Blues moved up 3 spots from #27 to #24. On the other end of the spectrum, Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries (Rock Bottom) dropped 7 spots from #32 to #39.

6 Colorado Breweries listed in the top 50 Craft Breweries in the U.S.

  • New Belgium Brewing Co: #3 (no change from 2012)
  • Oskar Blues Brewery: #24 (up 3 spots from 2013)
  • Odell Brewing Co: #34 (down 1 spot from 2012)
  • Left Hand Brewing Co: #38 (up 5 spots from 2012)
  • Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries (Rock Bottom): #39 (down 7 spots from 2012)
  • Breckenridge Brewery: #40 (up 1 spot from 2012)

Of the 6 Colorado Breweries listed in the top 50 Craft Breweries, 4 of them are also listed in the top 50 overall brewery list!

4 Colorado Breweries listed in the top 50 overall:

  • New Belgium Brewing Co: #8 (no change from 2012)
  • Oskar Blues Brewery: #33 (up 3 spots from 2012)
  • Odell Brewing Co: #44 (no change from 2012)
  • Left Hand Brewing Co: #50 (1st time on the list!)

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Colorado Craft Beer Week – March 21-29, 2014

Tomorrow marks the start of the annual Colorado craft beer celebration, Colorado Craft Beer Week. The celebration consists of a collection of events featuring local brewers, restaurants and pubs that serve Colorado craft beer. The next nine days will be a great time to try a new brewery, or check out a taphouse or pub you’ve never been to. There are quite a few different opportunities during the week to learn more about the ever growing Colorado craft beer industry.

ColoradoCraftBeerWeekColorado Craft Beer Week is run by the Colorado Brewers Guild. As they describe it, “Colorado Craft Beer Week is a nine-day celebration of Colorado’s craft brewers, pubs and restaurants. Dozens of events will showcase brewers and educate beer lovers about Colorado’s unique craft beer community.”

There are too many events to list them all, so here are the featured events for the week:

  • Collaboration Fest: March 22, 2014 – This event will showcase the release of over 20 Colorado collaboration beers, all being unveiled at the event! Each beer featured at Collaboration Festival will be created by at least one Colorado Brewers Guild member, with other participating breweries coming from near and far.
  • Escape to Colorado: March 21-29, 2014 – All week long, Epic Brewing will be donating $.25 per pint sold in the tap room of our much-loved Escape to Colorado IPA to the Colorado Brewers Guild. Raise a glass to the CBG for all the work they do for Colorado’s craft breweries.
  • Colorado Craft Beer Week Classic: March 25, 2014 – In celebration of Colorado Craft Beer Week, Lou’s Food is teaming up with four of Colorado’s top breweries to host a 5-course beer dinner. Featured beers provided by Avery Brewing Co., Left Hand Brewing. Upslope Brewing Company and Prost Brewing.
  • New Kids on the Block: March 27, 2014 – New Kids on the Block is a beer-centric event celebrating Colorado breweries under 2 years old. Come in your finest 80s duds to this all-you-can-drink event! The event will include unlimited beer tastings, 80′s jams, a beer-themed buffet and a costume contest.
  • Hops & Handrails: March 29, 2014 – Left Hand Brewing is excited to announce the return of Hops & Handrails Beer Fest & Rail Jam, on March 29th in Longmont, Colorado. The hybrid winter event will feature the finest craft breweries alongside a 25’ high ski ramp at Left Hand Brewery. Hops & Handrails will bring the best Colorado has to offer in a family friendly winter wonderland loaded with snowboards and craft beer!

There are quite a few more events going on during Colorado Craft Beer Week. To find out more, check out the event calendar. Have a fun week checking out Colorado craft beer, and be safe out there!

Colorado Craft Beer Map

Colorado-Craft-Beer-Map-HeaderCheck out our Colorado Craft Beer Map – a helpful tool to easily find local breweries across Colorado. Simply type in the brewery name in the search bar, or sort by city/region in the drop down. We hope this helps all of your wildest beer dreams come true. Cheers!

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105 West Brewing Parker 1043 Park St, Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
12Degree Brewing Boulder 820 Main St, Louisville, CO 80027, United States
1933 Brewing Fort Collins Suite C, 4025 S Mason St, Fort Collins, CO 80525
3 Freaks Brewery Littleton 7140 E County Line Rd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
300 Suns Brewing Longmont 335 1st Ave., Unit C Longmont, Colorado 80501
38 State Brewing Littleton 8071 S. Broadway, Unit A Littleton, CO 80122
4B's Brewery Western Slope 215 W. Main St. Cedaredge, Colorado 81413
7 Hermits Brewing Mountains (I-70) 717 Sylvan Lake rd unit B-1 Eagle, CO 81631
AC Golden Brewing Company Golden 1221 Ford St Golden, CO
Alpine Dog Brewery Denver 1505 Odgen St. Denver, Colorado 80218
Amicas Microbrewery & Pizza Southern Colorado 136 E. 2nd St. Salida, CO 81201
Animas Brewing Company Southern Colorado 1560 West 2nd Avenue, Durango, CO 81301, United States
Arvada Beer Company Arvada 5600 Olde Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80002
Asher Brewing Company Boulder 5763 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80303
Aspen Brewing Company Mountains (I-70) 304 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen, CO 81611
Avalanche Brewing Company Mountains (I-70) 1067 Blair Street, Silverton, CO 81433
Avery Brewing Company Boulder 4910 Nautilus Court North, Boulder, CO 80301, United States
Backcountry Brewery Mountains (I-70) 720 Main St, Frisco, CO 80443
Baere Brewing Company Denver 320 Broadway, Unit E Denver, Colorado 80203
Barnett & Son Brewing Parker 18425 Pony Express Dr. Parker, CO 80134
Barrels & Bottles Brewery Golden 600 12th Street Golden, CO
Beer By Design Brewery Northglenn 2100 E 112th Ave #1, Northglenn, CO 80233
Berthoud Brewing Berthoud 450 8th St, Berthoud, CO 80513, United States
Bierwerks Brewery Colorado Springs 121 E Midland Ave, Woodland Park, CO 80863 (719) 686-8100
Big Beaver Brewing Company Loveland 2707 W Eisenhower Blvd, Loveland, CO 80537
Big Choice Brewing Broomfield 7270 W 118th Pl, Broomfield, CO 80020 (303) 469-2616
Black Bottle Brewery Fort Collins 1611 S College Ave 1605 & 1609, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Black Forest Meadery Colorado Springs 6420 Burrows Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Black Shirt Brewing Denver 3719 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205
Black Sky Brewery Denver 490 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Blue Moon Brewing Company Denver 2161 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205
Blue Spruce Brewing Centennial 4151 E County Line Rd, Centennial, CO 80122, United States
Boggy Draw Brewery Denver 3535 S Platte River Dr, Sheridan, CO 80110
Bonfire Brewing Mountains (I-70) 127 W 2nd St, Eagle, CO 81631
Boostrap Brewing Boulder 6778 N. 79th Street Niwot, CO 80503 303-652-4186
Bottom Shelf Brewery Western Slope 118 E Mill St, Bayfield, CO 81122, United States
Boulder Beer Company Boulder 2880 Wilderness Pl, Boulder, CO 80301
Breckenridge Brewery Denver 2220 Blake St Denver, CO
Brewery Rickoli Wheat Ridge 4335 Wadsworth Blvd, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Brewpub & Kitchen Durango,Southern Colorado 117 W College Dr, Durango, CO 81301
Briar Common Brewery & Eatery Denver 2298 Clay St, Denver, CO 80211
Bristol Brewing Company Colorado Springs 1604 S Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Brix Taphouse & Brewery Greeley 813 8th St, Greeley, CO 80631, United States
Broken Compass Brewery Central Mountains,Mountains (I-70) 68 Continental Ct, Breckenridge, CO 80424, United States
Broken Plow Brewery Greeley 4731 W 10th St, Greeley, CO 80634, United States
BRU Handmade Ales & Eats Boulder 5290 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80303, United States
Buckhorn Brewers Loveland 4229 W Eisenhower Blvd, Loveland, CO, United States
Buckhorn Brewers Loveland 4229 W Eisenhower Blvd, Loveland, CO 80537
Bull & Bush Pub & Brewery Denver 4700 Cherry Creek Dr S, Denver, CO 80246
Butcherknife Brewing Northern Mountains 2875 Elk River Road Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Call to Arms Brewery Denver 4526 Tennyson Street | Denver, CO 80212
Can't Stop Brewing Denver 240 S Pecos St Denver, Colorado 80223
Cannonball Creek Brewing Company Golden 393 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80403
Carbondale Beer Works Mountains (I-70) 647 Main St, Carbondale, CO 81623
Carver Brewing Company Southern Colorado 1022 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301
Casey Brewing & Blending Mountains (I-70) 3421 Grand Ave, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Caution Brewing Company Lakewood 1057 S Wadsworth Blvd #60, Lakewood, Colorado 80226
CB & Potts Brewery Fort Collins 1415 W Elizabeth St Ft. Collins, CO
Chain Reaction Brewing Denver 902 S Lipan Street Denver, CO 80223
City Star Brewing Company 321 Mountain Ave, Berthoud, CO 80513
Colorado Boy Pub & Brewery Western Slope 602 Clinton St, Ridgway, CO 81432
Colorado Mountain Brewery Colorado Springs 11202 Rampart Hills View, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Comrade Brewing Company Aurora 7667 E Iliff Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80231
Coopersmith's Pub & Brewery Fort Collins 5 Old Town Square, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Copper Club Brewing Western Slope 233 E. Aspen St.Fruita, CO 81521
Copper Kettle Brewing Company Denver 1338 S Valentia St #100, Denver, CO 80247
Coyote J. Brewery - J. Fargo Family Dining Western Slope,Southern Colorado 1209 E Main St, Cortez, CO 81321
Crabtree Brewing Company Greeley 2961 29th St, Greeley, CO 80631
Crazy Mountain Brewery Mountains (I-70) 439 Edwards Access Rd, Edwards, CO 81632
Creede Brewing Company Denver 7314 Washington Street, Denver, CO, United States
Crooked Stave Denver 3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO 80216
Crow Hop Brewing Loveland 217 E 3rd St, Loveland, CO 80537, United States
Crystal Springs Brewing Boulder 657 S. TAYLOR AVE, UNIT E, LOUISVILLE
Dad & Dudes Breweria Aurora 6730 S Cornerstar Way, Aurora, CO 80016
De Steeg Brewing Denver 4342 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212
Dead Hippie Brewing Denver 3701 S. Santa Fe Dr Unit 7 Sheridan, CO 80110
Declaration Brewing Denver 2030 S Cherokee St Denver, CO 80223
Deep Draft Brewing Denver 1604 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80218
Delores River Brewery Western Slope 100 S 4th St, Dolores, CO 81323
Denver Beer Company Denver 1695 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202
Denver ChopHouse & Brewery Denver 1735 19th Street Suite 100 Denver, CO 80202
Diebolt Brewing Company Denver 3855 Mariposa St, Denver, CO 80211
Dillon Dam Brewery Mountains (I-70) 100 Little Dam St, Dillon, CO 80435
Dodgeton Creek Brewing Southern Colorado 36730 Democracy Dr., Trinidad, CO 81082
Dostal Alley Brewpub Mountains (I-70) 116 Main St, Central City, CO 80427
Dry Dock Brewing Company Aurora 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80014
Durango Brewing Company Durango 3000 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301
Echo Brewing Company Frederick 5969 Iris Parkway Unit C Frederick, CO 80530
Eddyline Brewing Company Central Mountains 926 S Main St, Buena Vista, CO 81211
El Rancho Brewing Mountains (I-70) 29260 U.S. 40, Evergreen, CO 80439, United States
Eldo Brewery & Taproom Western Slope 215 Elk Ave, Crested Butte, CO 81224
Elevation Beer Company Central Mountains 115 Pahlone Pkwy, Poncha Springs, CO 81242
Elk Mountain Brewing Company Parker 18921 E Plaza Dr, Parker, CO 80134
Equinox Brewing Company Fort Collins 133 Remington St, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Estes Park Brewery Northern Mountains 470 Prospect Village Dr, Estes Park, CO 80517
Fate Brewing Company Boulder 1600 38th St, Boulder, CO 80301
Fermaentra Brewing Denver 1715 East Evans Ave. Denver, CO
Fiction Beer Company Denver 7101 East Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80220
Fieldhouse Brewing Company Colorado Springs 521 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Finkel & Garf Brewery Boulder 5455 Spine Rd, Unit A, Boulder, CO 80301
Floodstage Ale Works Denver 170 S Main St, Brighton, CO, United States
Former Future Brewing Denver 1290 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210
Fort Collins Brewery Fort Collins 1020 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Fossil Craft Beer Company Colorado Springs 2845 Ore Mill Road Suite 1, Colorado Springs CO 80904 US
Front Range Brewing 400 W South Boulder Rd #1650, Lafayette, CO 80026
Funkwerks Fort Collins 1900 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Glenwood Canyon Brewing Mountains (I-70) 402 7th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Gold Camp Brewing Colorado Springs 1007 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Golden Block Brewery Mountains (I-70) PO Box 657 1227 Greene Street Silverton, CO 81433 US
Golden City Brewery Golden 920 12th St, Golden, CO 80401
Goldspot Brewing Denver 4970 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80221
Gore Range Brewery Mountains (I-70) 41290 B-2 & B-3 US HWY 6, Vail COLORADO 81657
Grand Lake Brewing Northern Mountains 9921 U.S. 34, Grand Lake, CO 80447
Grandma's House Denver 1710 South Broadway Denver, CO 80210
Gravity Brewing Louisville 1150 Pine St, Louisville, CO 80027
Great Divide Brewing Denver 2201 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205
Great Frontier Brewing Company Lakewood 2010 S Oak St, Lakewood, CO 80227
Great Storm Brewing Colorado Springs 204 Mt View Ln #3, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Green Mountain Beer Co Lakewood 2585 S Lewis Way, Lakewood, CO 80227, United States
Grimm Brothers Brewhouse Loveland 623 Denver Ave, Loveland, CO 80537
Grist Brewing Company Littleton 9150 Commerce Center Cir #300, Littleton, CO 80129
Gunnison Brewery Western Slope 138 N Main St, Gunnison, CO 81230
Halfpenny Brewing Company Centennial 5150 E. Arapahoe Rd., Unit D1-B, Centennial, CO 80122
Hall Brewing Parker 8530 Vinegaroon Rd, Parker, CO 80138
Hideaway Park Brewery Mountains (I-70) 78927 U.S. 40, Winter Park, CO 80482, United States
High Hops Brewery Windsor 6461 Colorado 392, Windsor, CO 80550
Hogshead Brewery Denver 4460 W 29th Ave, Denver, CO 80212
Holidaily Brewing Company Golden 801 Brickyard Cir, Golden, CO 80403, United States
Horse & Dragon Brewing Company Fort Collins 124 Racquette Dr Fort Collins, CO 80524
Horsefly Brewing Company Western Slope 648 East Main Street, Montrose, Colorado 81401
Industrial Revolution Brewing Company Lafayette 285 Cheesman St Erie, CO 80516
Iron Bird Brewing Colorado Springs 402 S Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Ironworks Brewery & Pub Lakewood 12354 W Alameda Pkwy, Lakewood, CO 80228
J Wells Brewery Boulder 2516 49th st #5 Boulder CO 80301
Jaks Brewing Company Colorado Springs 7654 McLaughlin Rd, Peyton, CO 80831, United States
Joyride Brewing Company Denver 2501 Sheridan Blvd - Edgewater, CO 80214
Judge Baldwin's Brewery Colorado Springs 4 S Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Kannah Creek Brewing Western Slope 1960 North 12th St. Grand Junction, CO 81501
Kokopelli Brewing Westminster 8931 N Harlan St, Westminster, CO 80031
Lariat Lodge Brewing Mountains (I-70) 27618 Fireweed Drive Evergreen CO 80439
Left Hand Brewing Company Longmont 1265 Boston Ave, Longmont, CO 80501
Liquid Mechanics Brewing Company Lafayette 297 U.S. 287 Lafayette, CO, 80026
Living The Dream Brewing Company Littleton 12305 Dumont Way, Unit A Littleton, CO 80125
Locavore Beer Works Littleton 5950 S Platte Canyon Rd, Littleton, CO 80123
Lost Highway Brewery Denver 520 E. Colfax, Denver, Colorado 80203
Loveland Aleworks Loveland 118 W 4th St, Loveland, CO 80537
LowDown Brewery & Kitchen Denver 800 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203, United States
Lumpy Ridge Brewing Northern Mountains 531 S St Vrain Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517, United States
Mad Jack's Mountain Brewery Central Mountains 23 Main Street, Bailey, CO 80421
Mahogany Ridge Brewery Northern Mountains 435 Lincoln Ave, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, United States
Main Street Brewery Western Slope,Southern Colorado 21 E Main St, Cortez, CO 81321, United States
Mancos Brewing Company Western Slope,Southern Colorado 550 W. Railroad Ave Mancos, CO 81328
Manitou Brewing Company Colorado Springs 725 Manitou Avenue, Manitou Springs, CO
Meadery of the Rockies Western Slope 3701 G Rd, Palisade, CO 81526, United States
Mockery Brewing Denver 3501 Delgany St, Denver, CO 80216, United States
Moffat Station Restaurant & Microbrewery Central Mountains,Mountains (I-70) 81699 US-40, Winter Park, CO 80482
Moonlight Pizza & Brewery Central Mountains,Southern Colorado 242 F St, Salida, CO 81201, United States
Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery Boulder 1535 Pearl St Boulder, CO 80302
Mountain Toad Brewing Golden 900 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80401
Mu Brewery Aurora 9735 E. Colfax Ave. Aurora, Co 80010
Nano 108 Brewing Colorado Springs 2402 Waynoka Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80915, United States
New Belgium Brewing Fort Collins 500 Linden St, Fort Collins, CO 80524
New Planet Beer Boulder 3980 Broadway St #103, Boulder, CO 80304
Nighthawk Brewery Broomfield 2780 Industrial Ln, Broomfield, CO 80020
Oasis Brewing Company Denver 2540 19th Street, Denver, CO 80211, United States
Odd 13 Brewing Lafayette 301 E Simpson St, Lafayette, CO 80026
Odell Brewing Fort Collins 800 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Odyssey Beerwerks Arvada 5535 W 56th Ave #107, Arvada, CO 80002
Old Colorado Brewing Company Fort Collins 8121 First Street, Wellington, CO, United States
Old Mine Cidery & Brewpub Lafayette 500 Briggs St. Erie, CO 80516
Oskar Blues Brewery Longmont 1800 Pike Road, Unit B Longmont, Colorado 80501
Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew Denver 2810 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
Ouray Brewing Company Western Slope 607 Main St, Ouray, CO 81427, United States
Ourayle House Brewery Western Slope 215 7th Ave, Ouray, CO 81427, United States
Pagosa Brewing Company Southern Colorado 118 N. Pagosa Blvd., Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Palisade Brewing Company Western Slope 200 Peach Ave Palisade, CO, 81526
Paradox Beer Company Colorado Springs 106 U.S. 24, CO 80863
Pateros Creek Brewing Fort Collins 242 N College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Peaks N Pines Brewery Colorado Springs 4005 Tutt Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80922
Phantom Creek Brewery Colorado Springs 2 E Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Pikes Peak Brewing Company Colorado Springs 1756 Lake Woodmoor Dr, Monument, CO 80132
Pints Pub Denver 221 West 13th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
Platt Park Brewing Company Denver 1875 S. Pearl Street Denver, CO 80201
Post Brewing Company Lafayette 105 West Emma St., Lafayette, CO. 80026
Powder Keg Brewing Boulder 101 2nd Avenue, Niwot, Colorado, 80544-1047
Prost Brewing Company Denver 2540 19th St, Denver, CO 80211
Pug Ryan's Brewing Mountains (I-70) 104 Village Pl, Dillon, CO 80435
Pumphouse Brewery Longmont 540 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501
Ratio Beerworks Denver 2920 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205
Red Leg Brewing Company Colorado Springs 4630 Forge Road, Suite B Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Renegade Brewing Company Denver 925 W 9th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
Revolution Brewing Western Slope 325 Grand Ave, Paonia, CO 81428
Riff Raff Brewing Company Southern Colorado 274 Pagosa St, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
River North Brewery Denver 2401 Blake St #1, Denver, CO 80205
Roaring Fork Beer Company Mountains (I-70) 1941 Dolores Way, Carbondale, Colorado 81623
Rock Bottom Brewery Denver 1001 16th Street Mall #100 80265
Rockslide Restaurant & Brewery Western Slope 401 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501
Rockyard Brewing Company 880 Castleton Rd, Castle Rock, CO 80109
Royal Gorge Brewing & Restaurant Southern Colorado 413 Main St, Cañon City, CO 81212, United States
Saint Patrick's Brewing Company Littleton 2842 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80120, United States
San Luis Valley Brewing Southern Colorado 631 Main St, Alamosa, CO 81101
Sanitas Brewing Company Boulder 3550 Frontier Ave, Boulder, CO 80301
Seedstock Brewing Company Denver 3610 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80204, United States
Shamrock Brewing Southern Colorado 108 W 3rd St, Pueblo, CO 81003
Shoes & Brews Longmont 63 South Pratt Parkway Unit B, Longmont, CO 80501
SKA Brewing Durango 225 Girard St, Durango, CO 81303
Skeye Brewing Longmont 900 S Hover Rd, Longmont, CO 80501
Smiling Toad Brewery Colorado Springs 1757 S 8th St #100, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Smuggler's Brewpub Western Slope 225 S Pine St, Telluride, CO 81320
Snowbank Brewing Fort Collins 225 N Lemay Ave Suite 1, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Southern Sun Brewery & Pub Boulder 627 S Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305
Southpark Brewing Company Central Mountains 285 US-285 Fairplay, CO 80440
Station 26 Brewing 7045 East 38th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80207
Steamworks Brewing Durango 801 E 2nd Ave, Durango, CO 81301
Storm Peak Brewing Northern Mountains 1744 Lincoln Ave‎ Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Storybook Brewing Colorado Springs 3121 A North El Paso Street Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Strange Brewing Company Denver 1330 Zuni St, Denver, CO 80204
Suds Brothers Brewery Western Slope 127 E Aspen Ave, Fruita, CO 81521
Telluride Brewing Company Western Slope 156 Society Dr, Telluride, CO 81435
The Baker's Brewery Mountains (I-70) 531 Silverthorne Ln, Silverthorne, CO 80498
The Brew on Broadway Denver 3445 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80110
The Eldo Brewery Western Slope 215 Elk Ave, Crested Butte, CO 81224, United States
Three Barrel Brewing Southern Colorado 586 Columbia Ave, Del Norte, CO 81132
Tommyknocker Brewery Mountains (I-70) 1401 Miner St, Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Trinity Brewing Company Colorado Springs 1466 Garden of the Gods Rd W #184, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
TRVE Brewing Company Denver 227 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203
Twisted Pine Brewing Boulder 3201 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80301
Two Mile High Brewing Company Central Mountains PO Box 1509 Leadville, CO 80461
Two Rascals Brewing Western Slope 147 N 1st St, Montrose, CO 81401
Two22 Brew Centennial 4550 S Reservoir Rd Centennial, CO 80015
Upslope Brewing - Flatiron Park Boulder 1898 S Flatiron Ct, Boulder, CO 80301
Upslope Brewing Company Boulder 1501 Lee Hill Dr, Boulder, CO 80304
Ursula Brewery Aurora 2101 North Ursula Unit 10, Aurora, Colorado 80045
Ute Pass Brewing Central Mountains,Colorado Springs 24 Woodland Valley Road, Woodland Park, CO 80863, U.S.
Vail Brewing Company Mountains (I-70) 41290 B-2 & B-3 US HWY 6, Vail COLORADO 81657
Verboten Brewing Loveland 1550 Taurus Ct, Loveland, CO 80537
Very Nice Brewing Boulder 20 Lakeview Dr, Nederland, CO 80466
Vindication Brewing Boulder 6880 Winchester Cir, Boulder, CO 80301
Vine Street Pub & Brewery Denver 1700 Vine St, Denver, CO 80206, United States
Walnut Brewery Boulder 1123 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302
Walter Brewing Company Southern Colorado 126 S. Oneida St, Pueblo, Colorado 81003
WeldWerks Brewing Greeley 508 8th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631, United States
West Flanders Brewing Boulder 1125 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302
Westbound & Down Brewing Company Mountains (I-70) 1617 Miner Street, Idaho Springs, CO 80452, United States
WestFax Brewing Company Denver,Lakewood 6733 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214, United States
Westminster Brewing Company Westminster 7655 West 108th Avenue, Unit 600 Westminster, CO 80021
Wild Mountain Smokehouse & Brewery Boulder 70 E 1st St, Nederland, CO 80466, United States
Wild Woods Brewery Boulder 5460 Conestoga Ct, Boulder, CO 80301
Wiley Roots Brewing Greeley 625 3rd St, Greeley, CO 80631, United States
Wit's End Brewing Denver 2505 W 2nd Ave #13, Denver, CO 80219
Wolfe Brewing Southern Colorado 2045 Eagle Dr, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Wonderland Brewing Broomfield 5450 W. 120th Ave., Broomfield, CO 80020
Wynkoop Brewing Company Denver 1634 18th St, Denver, CO 80202
Yak & Yeti Brewpub Arvada 7803 Ralston Rd, Arvada, CO 80002
Yampa Valley Brewing Company Northern Mountains,Central Mountains 106 E Jefferson Ave, Hayden, CO 81639, United States
Zephyr Brewing Denver 1421 26th St, Denver, CO 80205
Zwei Brewing Company Fort Collins 4612 S Mason St #120, Fort Collins, CO 80525

 

Colorado Homebrew Suppliers and Resources To Get Started

HopsAre you interested in brewing your own beer? Many people think brewing is too difficult to try, and leave it to the professionals. Don’t get caught up in thinking brewing is too difficult for you. There are certainly steps to learn, and there is a fair amount of science involved. At the same time, there are many great resources available to help those that are interested in homebrewing. Colorado is home to a great deal of craft breweries, mostly due to the many beer lovers that enjoy freshly brewed craft beer. Join the thousands of Colorado beer lovers that are brewing their own beer! Check out our list of Colorado Homebrew Suppliers to get started.

Here are some more resources that may come in handy in as you get started in homebrewing. You will find there are many places to find information on homebrewing. These are just a few to get you started. Happy brewing!

 

About


Colorado Craft Brews was born after years of cultivating a love of local craft beer. Jeremy Fleming is a Colorado native, and like many locals, he had a dedicated relationship with Coors for the majority of his adult life (only after he turned 21, of course). In July of 2008, he attended the Colorado Brewers’ Rendezvous in Salida, CO for the first time. This was when he realized how many great Colorado craft beers were available. An evolving taste for craft beer led IMG_20130609_184613him to leave his longtime love (Coors Banquet Beer), to move on and see what else was out there…ultimately his love for Colorado craft beer became so great, he decided he had to spread the word to others, and Colorado Craft Brews was created in February 2013. While he still enjoys a Coors Banquet, he has developed a serious connection with IPAs.  Jeremy’s favorite Colorado craft beer is the Tommyknocker Pick Axe IPA.

Thanks for visiting! I hope www.ColoradoCraftBrews.com is a valuable resource for you. Please feel free to contact me, or to submit information for use in blog posts here.

Cheers,

Jeremy