The Post Brewing Company Taproom Grand Opening: March 19th

The Post Brewing Company Logo1On Thursday, March 19, The Post Brewing Company is throwing a party for the official grand opening of its Taproom in Lafayette, CO. Brewmaster Bryan Selders will serve up fresh cask beer from The Post’s spankin’ new beer engine, and all guests will get their FIRST BEER FREE as well as FREE HOUSE BITES. Doors open at 5pm and Grant Farm Acoustic Trio featuring Tyler Grant, Jordan Ramsey, and Meathook will perform from 5 – 8pm.

The Taproom will be a welcoming place for guests age 21+ to go to relax and enjoy fresh brewed beer, great music, and snacks. It will feature 12 lines of Post beer, including fan fav and GABF silver medal winner Howdy Pilsner. The special release, Taproom-exclusive cask beers will be tapped every Thursday, known as “Firkin Friday on a Thursday.” Casks will be prepared with beers already fermenting in The Post’s brewery and will almost always be ales rather than lagers. First up is Meathooks Dark Mild Ale specially dry-hopped with Azacca. Guests will also enjoy Fun & Games and can pair their brews with some delicious bites from GoodBird Kitchen which will include:

Chicken Poutine – house fries, brown gravy, cheese curd – $6
Pig in a Pretzel – house mustard sauce – $5
Howdy Beer Cheese – spent grain flatbread, carrots, celery – $7
Wood Oven Potato Skins – bacon, cheddar, poblano, chives – $7

The Taproom will be open at 5pm Monday – Thursday and at 3pm Friday – Sunday.

About Cask Beer:  Cask beer is the traditional method of beer dispense originating in the UK. Often called real ale, cask beer is unfiltered beer which is naturally carbonated and conditioned in it’s final dispense vessel, the cask. This is accomplished by adding a small amount of sugar to the beer in the cask. The yeast in the beer converts the sugar into carbon dioxide and since the cask is sealed, the pressure build up causes the CO2 to go into solution thus carbonating the beer. The carbonation level is low compared to more mainstream draft beer leading to a softer mouthfeel. The Post’s cask beer is served cool, not cold and not warm, at 52°F. This allows full enjoyment of all of the beer’s flavor and aroma.

About Beer Engines:  A beer engine is the proper way to dispense cask beer. It basically pumps beer from the cask into the glass. As the beer is pumped into the glass, it’s forced through a cap with tiny holes called a sparkler. This expresses the CO2 creating a thick durable head of foam which is important to deliver full aroma from the beer and it makes the beer look beautiful. Nitro beer was invented to mimic this desirable  aspect of properly served cask beer.

About The Post Brewing Company:  A Big Red F Restaurant Group restaurant, The Post Brewing Company & GoodBird Kitchen brings family style dining and sessionable brews to Lafayette, Colorado and beyond. The Post brews beers that are gosh darn delicious. Bryan Selders, Brewmaster, designs each beer to pair perfectly with the food of GoodBird Kitchen. Chef Brett Smith serves comfort food cooked with the love of your grandma and the skill of passionately trained chefs that is meant to be shared like a family supper.

Caution Brewing’s Lakewood location opening this week!

**Update: Caution Brewing in Lakewood is now open!** – December 21, 2013.

Craft beer drinkers in Lakewood are about to have a new craft brewery in their neighborhood. Caution Brewing Company has been planning to open their second location for months, and it looks like this week we’ll see the official opening. We’ll be sure to update everyone when the opening is official.

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**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**

CAUTION: Lakewood Opens This Week!

[Lakewood, CO] CAUTION: Brewing Company’s latest expansion will be unleashed to the public during the week of Dec 16th, with exact date and time to be announced on social media. Lakewood’s first production microbrewery and taproom finally opens for business after months of planning and construction. With a taproom and covered patio seating for that can accommodate over 70 people, CAUTION: Brewing Company will bring their own brand of specialty beers to the Lakewood area.

Award winners such as Lao Wang Lager, Card Your Mom Saison, and Honey Matrimony Brown Ale will all be a part of a 16-tap draft system designed with experimental and unique recipes in mind. In addition to a regular list of flagship beers, CAUTION: Brewing Company will fill the remaining taps with new creations brewed on a new 3BBL system sourced from Minnetonka Brewing & Equipment Company.

As Denver’s first microbrewery to open a second brewery and taproom, CAUTION: Brewing Company has enjoyed success at it’s original location just outside of the Stapleton area. CAUTION: East, as it’s affectionately known, will remain CAUTION’s primary production and packaging facility, while providing beloved fans and friends the original taproom experience only CAUTION can provide.

Along with the opening of the CAUTION Lakewood location, CAUTION will also be releasing a new version of the VIP Groupie Growler program, rightfully named “Groupie Growler 2.0.” Each of the new limited edition, black 32oz. Liberty Bottleworks growlers will be individually numbered – and only 130 are available. Owners of the Groupie Growler will enjoy membership perks such as $6 growler fills, early access to special beer releases and special events reserved exclusively for VIPs. The limited edition VIP Groupie Growler program will retail for $50.

Surprises will be aplenty during opening, more details will be announced on social media at a later time. CAUTION invites you to join in their celebrating their new Lakewood location. Are you ready to #partywithcaution?

About CAUTION: Brewing Company

Having established itself as one of Denver’s best speciality microbreweries, CAUTION has been enjoyed by craft beer lovers in the Denver area since 2011. Founded by Betty and Danny Wang, CAUTION strives to produce well balanced beers made with a unique twist. By using as much Colorado raw ingredients as possible, CAUTION is proud to be a part of the Colorado craft beer family and have locations in both Denver and Lakewood. For more information, please visit – http://www.cautionbrewingco.com/ or social media sites:
Twitter: @cautionbrewing
Facebook: facebook.com/cautionbrewingco
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CAUTION: Lakewood
1057 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Unit 60
Lakewood, CO 80226

CAUTION: Denver
12445 E. 39th Ave. Unit 314
Denver, CO 80239

Local Beers On Tap

Local-on-Tap-HeaderLooking for Colorado craft beer on tap? Here’s a list of Bars, brewpubs, restaurants, taprooms, and sports grills that serve fresh Colorado craft beer from the tap!

Alamo DraftHouse Cinema – Littleton, CO: The Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas provides a unique combination of theatre and restaurant, showing first-run & independent films and special programming events with an extensive menu made from scratch in a state-of-the-art culinary kitchen. Handcrafted, specialty beers are available on tap, including The Drafthouse’s own signature ale brewed locally.
  7301 S Santa Fe Dr Littleton, CO 80120 | 720.588.4107

Alehouse at Amato’s – Denver, CO: Inside we pay tribute to Colorado craft brewing with 42 beers on tap, starting with a delicious dozen from our beer-mad scientists at Breckenridge Brewery. But ours is a big-picture focus: we showcase 25 beers from our favorite Colorado comrades, including inventions from our allies at Wynkoop Brewing. The beer lineup changes daily, so stop in often to try the Colorado craft industry’s latest and greatest.
  2501 16th St Denver, CO 80211 | 303.433.9734

Bridgewater Grill – Golden CO: Colorado Beer Tour – Join us for our monthly beer dinner in Colorado’s capital city for beer. Our Chef works closely with Colorado’s best local hand crafted brewers to bring you a dinner of incredible food and brew.
  800 11th St Golden, CO 80401 | 303.279.2010

Cedar Creek Pub – Aurora, CO: Cedar Creek Pub, located at 2100 North Ursula Street in Aurora Colorado is a new pub and grill which features food and beverages from all over the State of Colorado. Cedar Creek Pub embraces and supports “Colorado Proud” and is proud to offer dozens of local company’s to our new menu.
  2100 North Ursula Street Aurora, CO 80045 | 303.537.4210

Cheeky Monk Belgiun Beer Cafe – Denver, CO: The Cheeky Monk stems from the love and appreciation of great beer and our desire to share it with others. Since many of the finest beers in the world tend to be brewed in Belgium, we thought “why not bring these great beers to Denver?” Not an easy task but one that has allowed us to bring people together to share their knowledge and passion for fine beers.
  534 E Colfax Ave Denver, CO 80203 | 303.861.0347

Cherry Cricket – Denver, CO: The term “legendary” is overused these days. But the Cherry Cricket lives up to the lofty classification and the revered reputation it holds as a bastion of classic neighborhood-bar culture.
  2641 E 2nd Ave Denver, CO 80206 | 303.322.7666

Choppers Sports Grill – Denver, CO: About the only thing we don’t do is brew our own beer. Luckily, we have 100 Colorado neighbors that do, offering one of the best selections of Colorado craft beers you’ll find anywhere. From car garage to Colorado crafts, this building has been bringing you the best for over fifty years!
  80 S Madison St Denver, CO 80209 | 303.399.4448

Colorado Beer Exchange – Denver, CO: As philanthropists, we want to go beyond simple distribution, and at the Colorado Beer Exchange, we want frequent beer showcases to be an opportunity both to discover great beer and to support the greater communities it comes from. Taproom coming soon! Until then, follow us on twitter to get the latest on great beer coming out of taps around Denver.
  Denver, CO 80218 (Taproom Coming Soon!)

Colorado Keg House – Broomfield, CO: At the Colorado Keg House, our mission is to celebrate the wonder and variety of Colorado craft beer, and quality craft beer is all we do.  We scour the state to bring you the best Ales, IPAs, Pilsners, Lagers, and Stouts available.  With 75 beers on tap at a time, and constantly rotating our inventory to bring you new flavors each week, you can’t find a better place to sample your favorite Colorado beer anywhere.

Colorado Plus Brew Pub – Wheat Ridge, CO: The 1st brew pub in the history of Wheat Ridge, CO. We have 56 Colorado craft beers on tap. Grand opening on May 13th, 2013.
  6995 W. 38th Ave.Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Coors Field (Sandlot Brewery) – Denver, CO: The Blue Moon Brewing Co. at the SandLot is located at the corner of 22nd and Blake Street inside Coors Field. It all began in 1995, when head brewmaster and founder, Keith Villa, returned from Belgium with his Ph.D. in brewing and a belief that crafting beer is an art. Come see where Blue Moon is made and taste seasonal and limited-release brews, including a commemorative Rockies 20th Anniversary Ale available only at Coors Field!
2161 Blake St Denver, CO 80205 |  303.298.1587

Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen – Denver, CO:  this American tavern focuses on high quality and innovative pub food from around the world including housemade sausages, po’ boys, poutine and schnitzels. An extensive beer selection and creative cocktails drive the beverage program.
  1317 14th St Denver, CO 80202 | 303.595.4255

Falling Rock Tap House – Denver, CO: With a constantly changing selection of 75+ beers on tap and 130+ different bottled beers in the cooler, we challenge you to find a better place to drink a wide selection of the finest beers available. This list is designed to be a representation of the beers we carry and we keep it updated as much as we can!
  1919 Blake St Denver, CO 80202 | 303.293.8338

Freshcraft – Denver, CO: We have 20 tap handles of great craft beers and around 100 plus different beers in the bottle for you to pair with the food. We’re happy to help you pick out the beer that will best complement your meal. Of course you can always just hang out and enjoy a beer (or four).
  1530 Blake St Denver, CO 80202 | 303.758.9608

Harpos Sports Grill – Boulder, CO: A great neighborhood restaurant and bar serving the north eastern area of the city of Boulder. Harpo’s Sports Grill has over 27 tv’s, 2 pool tables, rooftop dining with one of the best views in Boulder, state of the art satellite system featuring all major sports packages, a sweet golden tee game and an awesome foosball table.
2860 Arapahoe Ave Boulder, CO 80303 | 303-444-9464

High Plains Taphouse – Littleton, CO: High Plains Tap House is a Littleton, Colorado bar & restaurant offering a wide selection of beers on tap for you to choose from! Enjoy old favorites and explore new tastes from our extensive tap menu.
8176 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Suite F Littleton, CO 80128 | 303.669.6194

Highland Tap & Burger – Denver, CO:  It’s our hope that we are able to introduce you all too some cool and unique beers that these world class breweries make right here in Colorado. They are part of our family and we are excited for what the future of our relationships holds.
  2219 W 32nd Ave Denver, CO 80211 | 720.287.4493

Historians Ale House – Denver, CO: We are a bar designed to showcase the food, beer and wonderful attributes that Colorado has to offer! Colorado is a majestic state with the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Our sports teams are heroic champions, the skiing is epic and the weather is amazing. HISTORIANS ALE HOUSE is here to showcase all of the incredible attributes of the square state!
  24 Broadway Denver, CO 80203 | 720.479.8505

Hops & Pie – Denver, CO: While living in San Diego the idea of Hops & Pie was born. Partially inspired by living in close proximity to Stone, Lost Abbey, Port, Green Flash and Ballast Point Breweries, we began to develop a love for hand crafted beer. We soon learned that good IPA and pepperoni pizza were made for each other. That inspired us to start creating different pies to see how they paired with different beers and we soon learned that the sky was the limit.
  3920 Tennyson St Denver, CO 80212 | 303.477.7000

HOPS Culture – Aspen, CO: HOPS Culture is an exciting new craft-beer focused restaurant-bar on Aspen’s vibrant Hyman Mall. We feature 200 domestic and imported craft beers, 15 world-class wines by the glass, and an upscale American comfort food menu focused on grilled cheese sandwiches, mac n’ cheeses, gourmet salads and hearty soups. Join us for exceptional craft beer, wine and great eats!
414 E Hyman Ave, Aspen, CO 81611 | 970.925.4677

Lucky Pie – Denver, CO: With 21 rotating taps of craft beer we have one of the best selections of beer in the area. The breweries love us because we love beer. We often get to feature rare and limited beer that you will find nowhere else. We have 20 wines by the glass, each specifically selected to pair with our delicious menu offerings. We also feature a full bar, with a list of original handcrafted cocktails. 
  1610 16th St Denver, CO 80202 | 303.825.1021

Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery – Boulder & Denver, CO: With a six-barrel brewery, the Mountain Sun opened its doors on Pearl Street in October of 1993. The pub’s mission was to create an environment that was as comfortable as your living room, where great food, craft beers, and conversation flowed freely. With a commitment to high-quality ingredients, community engagement, environmental stewardship, and employee equity, the uniquely eclectic atmosphere of Mountain Sun came to be. See all 4 locations here
1535 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.546.0886

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom – Various Locations in Colorado:
Back in 1976, a few buddies opened a pizza restaurant in Boulder, Colorado. From the start they agreed on a few basic principles: serve up delicious, handmade pizza, have the best lineup of cold beers in town and treat everyone who walks through the door like family.
More than three decades later, we sport a fresh new look, a new menu and lots of new faces, but Old Chicago is still committed to being the best place to share a world-class pie and great craft beer. Click here for locations.

Parry’s Pizzeria & Bar – Castle Rock, CO: We’re doin’ it NY style. Pizza and 50 craft beers on draft. We have additional locations in Highlands Ranch, Greenwood Village and Parker, CO.
  5650 Allen Way Castle Rock, CO 80108 | 303.814.8686

Rackhouse Pub – Denver, CO: The Rackhouse Pub has a rotating tap list of 30 craft beers. Colorado has some of the best beer in the world, and we think it’s essential to promote Colorado-made products. That’s why we feature so many taps of Colorado-made craft beers. We also have a specialty out-of-state tap, often a hard-to-get keg of something special.
  208 S Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80223 | 720.570.7824

Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen – Denver, CO: Located inside the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. Root25 is a nod to the historic recipes that pubs, bistros and watering holes have offered for hundreds of years while demonstrating what it’s like to live and eat well in the Mile High City. Colorado is often referred to as the ‘Napa’ of craft beer and in our new venue, it is all about the beer!
  7800 E. Tufts Ave. Denver, CO 80237 | 303.221.ROOT

Stapleton Taphouse – Denver, CO: The Stapleton Tap House is a Colorado craft beer tap room in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood. We are focused on bringing our customers a variety of locally brewed beers, produced by some of Colorado’s smaller brewers. In fact, the easier it is for you to find a beer in your local restaurant, bar, or liquor store, the less likely it is that we will carry it.
8286 E Northfield Blvd, Unit 1525, Denver, CO 80238 | 720.449.2337

Star Bar – Denver, CO: One of Denver’s oldest surviving watering holes, opened in 1959 and completely renovated in April 2010. Ready to service the ballpark neighborhood, conveniently located close to Coors Field, LoDo, the Highlands, Curtis Park, and central downtown. We feature BIG Handles – Some of the best and and hardest to find beers from Colorado and the rest of the U.S.
  2137 Larimer St Denver, CO 80205 | 720.328.2420

Tap Fourteen – Denver, CO: Tap 14 is now open on the rooftop of Hayter’s & Co, 1/2 block from Coors Field in downtown Denver.  At Tap 14 we celebrate the amazing beer scene here in Colorado.  We have 70 beers on tap, all brewed right here in the great state of Colorado!  We also have the largest selection of Colorado spirits anywhere in Denver.  Made in Colorado, for Colorado!
1920 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202 | 303.297.8279

Tasty Weasel Tap Room – Longmont, CO: Located inside Oskar Blues Brewery, Tasty Weasel Tap Room puts you in the front row of beer soaked nirvana. Drink OB brews including weekly specialty firkin creations along with a variety of additional Oskar Blues selections while enjoying the view of stainless steel fermentation tanks. The Tasty Weasel offers 10 taps, growlers to go and a behind-the-scenes glimpse into one of America’s hottest breweries.
  1800 Pike Rd, Unit B Longmont, CO 80501 | 303.776.1914 ext. 313

Teller’s Tap Room – Lakewood, CO: Established in 2011, Teller’s was designed and built on the belief that every great neighborhood deserves a great neighborhood bar & grill – A place where friends, family and neighbors can gather together and enjoy each other’s company. We hope you enjoy your Neighborhood Place and look forward to seeing you often! Check out the Colorado beer list.
  1990 Youngfield Street Lakewood, CO 80215 | 303.237.1002

Vine Steet Pub – Denver, CO: In April, 2008, the Mountain Sun restaurant group took its concept to the Uptown neighborhood of Denver, opening the Vine Street Pub. In April of 2012, the pub opened its flagship brewery with the capacity to produce 5,000 barrels annually, outnumbering the current brewing capacity of both Boulder locations combined, and reducing beer transportation miles between the pubs.
  1700 Vine Street, Denver, CO 80206 | 303.388.2337 

Westrail Tap & Grill – Lakewood, CO: 13 Colorado beers on tap and great happy hour specials! Westrail is minutes from the Federal Center Light Rail Station in Lakewood.
195 S. Union Blvd., #160 Lakewood, CO 80228 | 303.986.2200

West End Taphouse – Denver, CO: Locally owned, friendly neighborhood bar. Focusing on Colorado craft beer, wine and spirits. Tap beer, bottles, cans and 22 oz. bombers available from some great Colorado Craft Brewers! Check out the beer list.
  3945 Tennyson St. Denver CO. 80212 | 303.433.4759

World Of Beer – Lakewood, CO: World of Beer is a truly uncommon establishment where the experience is as essential as the product. At World of Beer, having the most extensive beer selection is not enough. It is important that a broad spectrum of patrons, from the beer aficionado to the casual beer fan, can enjoy the best beers on the planet and increase their beer knowledge in a comfortable and upbeat setting.
  7260 W. Alaska Drive, Unit A Lakewood, CO | 303.934.2304

Yard House – Denver, CO: Yard House is the creation of founder and entrepreneur Steele Platt, who came up with the concept shortly after relocating from Denver, Colorado to Southern California in the early 1990s. Platt, along with partners Harald Herrmann and Carlito Jocson, wanted to create a restaurant that would offer one of the largest selections of draft beers, a diverse menu of American fare, and play a heady selection of classic rock music on a state-of-the-art sound system. Additional locations in Lakewood & Lone Tree
  1555 Court Pl. Denver, CO 80202 | 303.572.9273

Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew – Denver, CO

Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew

Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew is a brewery and taproom located in the Five Points neighborhood of Denver. The area around Our Mutual Friend includes a mix of older industrial buildings and newly renovated businesses and residential buildings. The Five Points area has seen a rejuvination over the last few years, and companies like Our Mutual Friend have helped create a neighborhood feel. Our Mutual Friend is a popular gathering place for residents of the 5 points neighborhood, and is also within walking distance from Coors Field and LoDo. We had the opportunity to sit down with Brandon Proff and  Bryan Leavelle of Our Mutual Friend. They shared some excellent beers, as well as the story behind the brewery and taproom.

Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew was started by a group of friends that were connected by two things; mutual friends, and a love of beer. To make a long story short, some of the founders of Our Mutual Friend had mutual friends with other founders. In a roundabout way the group got to know each other, and their love of beer turned into a brewery and taproom. The founders of Our Mutual Friend had experience in homebrewing. However, it was not always a goal to start a brewing business. In February 2012, the group of founders wanted to start a business together, but were not quite sure what that business would be. In May 2012, when the building Our Mutual Friend is located in became available for rent, the group decided they would get into the brewery business, and began making plans for the brewery and taproom.

There is some disagreement as to when Our Mutual Friend officially opened, but it was agreed that in December 2012, the brewery was open, and the taproom was selling beer from the tap. Our Mutual Friend started with a small budget. Some of the funds needed to officially open the tap room were generated from first brewing and selling beer -hence the disagreement as to when exactly the company began. The owners of Our Mutual Friend started out with the idea that they simply wanted to provide a great place to get a fresh beer. The taproom does not provide a ton of frills, but it is a great place to have a fresh beer, engage in conversation, or simply listen to good music.

A really cool aspect to the brewery at Our Mutual Friend, is that nearly all grains and malts come from within Colorado. Only one malt is not from Colorado – the Munich Malt – and it is only used in about 5% of the beer that is brewed. The goal of Our Mutual Friend is to eventually source all ingredients from Colorado. Bryan Leavelle was proud to mention that he uses Colorado Malting Company as the provider of Our Mutual Friend’s malts and grains. By using Colorado sourced malts and grains, Our Mutual Friend believes they have better flavor in their beers than breweries that use malts and grains that are shipped over long distances, and sit in storage for long periods of time.

Another unique part of the brewing process at Our Mutual Friend is the fact that they prefer to roast their own grain. Many brewers view roasting in-house as an unnecessary step in their brewing process. Bryan Leavelle and Brandon Proff both feel that by roasting in-house they are creating beers with the freshest flavors possible. It was noted how smooth each and every beer we tried was. From the Proletariat to the IPA, all of the beers at Our Mutual Friend had a great finish and without a great deal of bitterness.  

Beer List: Our Mutual Friend provides a great lineup of beers, with styles to fit beer drinkers of all kinds. The Brown Ale was our favorite, and has an outstanding flavor with subtle hints of chocolate. The Winter Seasonal ‘Winter Warmer’ (not listed below) was our second favorite. The Winter Warmer has a rich flavor, but is not overly bitter, and has a nice finish.  

  • Proletariat Session Ale: The lightest beer at Our Mutual Friend. The Proletariat is for the no frills beer drinker who wants a crisp, clean refreshing ale. It’s the only beer named, dubbed in reference to the working class of our capitalist society, the common men and women who are always welcome at OMF. Proletariat highlights the subtle, sophisticated flavors and aromas of the Colorado grown two-row malt and aromatic Gold malt. Pacific Northwest hops create an extremely balanced beer with a beautiful straw color. 4.5% ABV
  • Saison: The Saison is crafted in the style that originated from beers brewed during the cooler and less active months in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, and then stored for drinking by the farm workers during the summer months. Beginning with a surge of fruity aromatics and grapefruit hoppy notes, the flavor of this complex ale tapers off to a peppery, dry finish. 5.6% ABV
  • Pale Ale: The Pale is the Queen Ale and what started it all for Our Mutual Friend, back in the days of brewing in Bryan’s kitchen. It is English style leaning in color and mouthfeel, with medium body and a sweet finish accented by American hops. It’s the beer we’d sip on all day if we could. 5.6% ABV
  • IPA: Dedicated to the Cottonwood, Juniper, and Ponderosa pines of Colorado, the India Pale Ale is a step up from the Pale Ale bitter and more bold. OMF uses all Columbus hops in a nod to their love of pine trees, giving the IPA a fundamental piney-floral kick, with hints of caramel and other earthy toastiness. There’s enough bitter for the hophead, but good malt balance for the novice IPA drinker. 7.1% ABV
  • Brown Ale: OMF’s Brown Ale is crafted with patience and chance in honor of the game played on sand diamonds every summer. OMF roasts their brown malt to the same standards found in mid-1800s England, with a rich base that gives hints of chocolate. The beer is then finished with dry hopping to give it a nose as crisp as the pop of a called third strike in the catcher’s mitt. 6.3% ABV
  • Huckleberry Roasters Coffee Stout: OMF collaborated with their neighbors Huckleberry Roasters to craft their stout. OMF starts with a humble American stout and adds Huckleberry’s small batch Mexican roast during secondary fermentation for an earthy, light roasted kick. It’s a stout as quiet and comforting as a starless night in the country with enough mystery to keep you company for a while. 5% ABV

OMF Winter Warmer

OMF is planning to hold the Winter Warmer Bomber Party on March 22nd. The Winter Warmer seasonal is being bottled now, and will be available to buy in bombers (22 oz bottles), or growlers. This is a great tasting beer, and the limited quantities of it will sell out quickly. Colorado Craft Brews thoroughly enjoyed this beer, and will undoubtedly head down to OMF for the Winter Warmer Bomber Party. We hope to see you there!

We had a great visit with Bryan and Brandon at OMF. We appreciate them sitting down to tell us more about them, and of course, for sharing their beers. OMF is a great place to hang out and enjoy a good beer made with fresh ingredients, and brewed by guys with a passion for what they do. The atmosphere at OMF is fun and laid-back. With a relatively close proximity to Coors Field there will soon be the buzz of baseball season starting at Our Mutual Friend. On April 5th (Opening Day) OMF will be making available their Spring Seasonal the IPA 2. We recommend heading down to take in the great atmosphere, and of course, a great beer!

Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew
2810 Larimer Street
Denver, CO. 80205
www.omfmb.com
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