This Week in Colorado Beer
What? A weekend without a beer festival? . . .
Saturday (today), 2 to 6 p.m.:
Boulder's newest brewery, Upslope Brewing Co
., will break out its Belgian Dubbel at a release party that includes cheap pints and some free eats.
Monday: Fort Collins Brewery
taps Common Ground, a collaboration between it and Jackie's Java to create a coffee-infused amber ale.
*Already missing the spate of summer beers that debuted this season? Crabtree Brewery
in Greeley just cracked open a Strawberry Blonde to ensure you don't have to drink dark beer before all the kids are back in school.
*Wednesday: Trinity Brewing
of Colorado Springs is putting its Flo IPA on cask at the same time it keeps it on its regular tap as well. Crazy.
Tuesday, 5 to 8 p.m.:
Great Divide holds its latest beer and cheese pairing. Here's a tip that I've learned firsthand: If you're wanting to go, make sure you RSVP at email@example.com
or call Patrick at 303.296.9460 x29. It will be worth it.
Thursday, 6:30 p.m.: Can't get enough of that Flo IPA? Trinity hosts a $55 six-course beer pairing dinner, with a maximum of 20 seats available. Call 719-634-0029.
Labels: Crabtree Brewery, Fort Collins Brewing, Great Divide, Trinity Brewing, Upslope Brewing