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Happy Earth Day and last week of April! The past few weeks have been so busy with the holidays and arrival of Spring that things seem to slow down a bit this week. In addition to some really fun beer “regular” releases, including a bloody peach ale, peanut butter nut brown, meyer lemon IPA, juniper […]
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Whether you’re recovering from the sudden snow, Game of Thrones premier, or rough tax season.. I think we all need a good excuse to drink this week. Since the official tax day is today, both FH Beerworks locations are celebrating with a $10.40 deal on their Brut IPA. Don’t forget that the Game of Breweries […]
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Focus On The Beer by Katie Black - 2w ago

As we dive into the second week of April, things seem to slow down a bit but there are still some fun beer-related things going on around town. Don’t miss the typical line up of beer releases, tap takeovers, charity beer nights, trivia and yoga. Some additional highlights this week include Bristol’s release of Knob […]
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You read that right. Trails End Taproom now has some craft beer company on the Westside. It will be interesting to see how they make the location work. According to the El Paso County Assessor, the location is only .16 acres, and that neighborhood really isn’t designed for a ton of traffic. Time will tell, […]
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You may already have seen this splashed (slushed?) all over social media, but I thought it was good to reiterate. With the growing number of beers and brands around beer, it’s growing ever harder to name beers without receiving a Cease and Desist from a brewery who named their beer before you did. The current […]
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I just want to start this off by mentioning that I haven’t seen any of the Game of Thrones episodes (I know…) so forgive my naivety on the subject. In honor of the final season of GoT, seven area breweries came together and selected different “Houses” and brewed a beer that reflects that house. So […]
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Focus On The Beer by Katie Black - 3w ago
For the whole month of April, we are going to shift our focus from Beer to wine! Just kidding..  We would never abandon you like that! We’ll keep focusing on all the great beer-related tappings and events.. Along with the regular rotation, some highlights this first week of April include the launch of Game of […]
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(FORT COLLINS) New Belgium Brewing’s Up Next Series taps into the brewery’s tradition of innovation by offering easy-drinking, unique and flavor-bending beers that reflect evolving trends in food and drink. Passion Fruit Kölsch, a refreshing ale packed with tropical fruit flavors, is the second release in the Up Next Series. Passion Fruit Kölsch pours a […]
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It’s the last week in March and things are slowing down a bit – Compared to the last two drinking-heavy weeks, anyways! Some highlights include Black Forest Brewing’s first anniversary party, Bristol’s fundraiser for Barkabull and Happy Cats Haven, and a variety of fun beer releases. We celebrated the first day of Spring recently and […]
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This year’s Two-Parts Collaboration Fest returned to the Hyatt Regency Denver Convention Center and the lessons learned from the last year really shone through.  There was copious space to move around and line up for beers you wanted and the beer lines were never very long.  Breweries were well spread out across (and outside) the […]
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