Colorado Craft Beer Week continues and as the week progresses the events continue to pile up. As we head into Wednesday we are blessed with great new beer releases, and more great events in Denver and around the state. With a calendar this full it will make getting through hump day that much easier.
-Station 26 will continue their week of new beer releases with a “Secret Pin” Firkin. To find out what’s on tap you will just have to visit the tap room, odds are it will be unique and refreshing.
-Copper Kettle Brewing Company will be finishing their “What the Firk” month with an Imperial Red Saison. Beer taps at 3 and is sure to go quick.
-Grist Brewing Company will be putting on the Brewer’s Challenge 1. This will put 2 beers against each other this time using breakfast cereal. The two beers going against each other are a Cinnamon Toast Crunch Trappist Ale vs. a Peanut Butter Crunch Porter.
-For Wayward Wednesday River North will be tapping their collaboration with TRVE Brewing. A Nelson hopped Barrel Fermented Belgian Single.
-Down in Poncha Springs Elevation Beer Company will be tapping another special firkin. Their Little Mo’ Porter aged in Deerhammer’s Oak Whiskey Barrels will be hitting the tap lines.
-Another day, another craft beer dinner. This time it will be located at the Ale House at Amatos and feature the breweries located within the Beermuda Triangle. For $50 guests will be treated a great meal and breweries from within this area that include Breckenridge, Strange, Renegade, Wit’s End, Black Sky, and TRVE. Tickets may still be available, for information cal (303) 433-9734.
From 6-11 at the Renegade Publik House in Denver there will be a tap takeover featuring the great beers from Odell and Renegade. This will feature more limited and rare beers from Odell including Mountain Standard, Myrcenary, Lugene, Tree Shaker, Wolf Picker, and Runoff Red IPA.
-Epic Brewing in Denver will be hosting a beer and finger painting party. From 5-8 guests can enjoy great Epic beer and enjoy doing great beer themed finger paintings. Paintings will then be auctioned off to benefit the Colorado Brewers Guild.
-The Historian’s Ale House will be hosting another head to head event between breweries. The participants this time are Elk Mountain out of Parker against Grimm Brothers in Loveland. First keg to run out wins so head down and cheer on your favorite.
Lots of events to choose from, just how many can you fit into one day? No matter which you choose it is sure to be a great time, with great company, and of course enjoying great beer.
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