Bull and Bush Christmas/Winter beer tasting

Bull and Bush has announced that they will be cracking open an amazing collection of Christmas beers, winter warmers, and festive ales they have collected over the years, on December 14, from 5-9pm.  They plan to open over 50 different beers from the cellar that are sure to jingle your bells.

The best part is, tasting tickets are just $1 each, and samples will range from 1-4 tickets, depending on the rarity of the beer.  So, you can sample each beer and blow your entire holiday shopping budget, or you can just try a couple and keep that cash in your pocket to buy a fancy new record player.

The list of beers they are planning on sharing keeps growing every day, just like holiday spirit, so be sure to check the event’s website for the most updated list.  Here is what they have announced so far:

Avery Brewing Co. – Old Jubilation Ale 2010

Uinta Brewing Co. – Cockeyed Cooper Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine

Samuel Smith’s – Winter Welcome 2010

Alaskan Brewing Co. – Barley Wine 2009

Delirium Noel 2010

Left Hand Brewing CO. – Widdershins Barley Wine 2009

Boulder Beer Co. – Killer Penguin 2010

Bridgeport – Ebenezer Ale

Coors – Winterfest 2010

N’ice Chouffe 2010

Nogne – Peculiar Yule

Nogne – Winter Ale

Uinta Brewing Co. – 16th Anniversary Barley Wine

Anchor Brewing Co. – Our Special Ale 2010

New Belgium Brewing Co. – Frambozen

Boulder Brewing Co. – Never Summer Ale

Breckenridge Brewery – Christmas Ale

Great Lakes Brewing Co. – Christmas Ale

Deschutes Brewery – Jubelale

Sierra Nevada – Celebration 2010

Great Divide Brewing Co. – Hibernation 2010

Dupont – Avec Les Bon Voeux 2006, 2007

De Dolle – Stille Nacht 2003

In addition to these beers, Bull and Bush is serving up their own Christmas beer, Yule Fuel, in 3 different versions.  They will have their standard tap room edition, as well as cask conditioned, and a version they are going to run through a Randall, packed full of holiday surprise flavors! Be sure to get there early, there might only be one bottle of some of the rare beers.

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