Outside Magazine Taps Colorado Beer Week

Many thanks to Outside Magazine for the piece on Colorado Beer Week over on their Facebook Page.   If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out at www.facebook.com/outsidemagazine

And don’t forget that we have listed our Opening Ceremony Beers at http://www.cobeerweek.com/events  You aren’t going to want to miss these brews…  Here is a sampling

 

Great Divide: In April we will have Colette Farmhouse ale in 12oz, 17th Anniversary wood aged double IPA and Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti both in 22oz bombers.

Oskar Blues: G’Knight Imperial Red, Old Chub, Deviant Dale’s IPA, One Nut Brown, Old Double Bagger Barleywine, Dales Pale Ale

Ska Brewing: 15th Anniversary beer – Dementia. (Euphoria Pale ale aged in bourbon barrels.), Mexican Logger

Strange Brewing Co.: Le Bruit du Diable Farmhouse Ale, Cherry Bomb Belgian Stout, Powerhouse Porter, Strange Pale Ale

Pumphouse Brewery: Sour Watermelon Wheat: American-style Sour Ale aged 3 months with Watermelon puree, Brettanomyces and Lactobacillius; Springtime Saison 2011: “American-style” Saison with Blood Orange zest and Jasmine Flowers; Oak Aged Backdraft Imperial Stout: American-style Imperial Stout aged with American Oak Shavings; Batch 1000 Barleywine: Our first ever American-style Barleywine to commerate our #1000 batch. Aged 10 months. 9.8% ABV

Bull & Bush: Kobee’s Double Irish Red 10th Anniversary Edition; Release the Hounds Barley Wine;
Tank Town Brown Ale (Imperial Brown Ale aged in a used 23 year old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrel); The Legend of the Liquid Brain Imperial Stout (Imperial Stout aged in a used 23 year old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrel)

Silverton Brewing Co.: COLD RUSH Golden Ale (limited release), Ice Pick Ale, Bear Ass Brown.

The Fort Collins Brewery: Edgar (Marzen Style Lager), 1900 Amber, Major Toms Pomegranate Wheat

Bristol Brewing: Compass IPA on Nitrogen, Yellow Kite Summer German Pils, Blackfox Spring Seasonal, Laughing Lab

 

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About Colorado Beer Week

Inagural Colorado Beer Week runs April 8-16th 2011.
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