If you and your friends are visiting Colorado, one of the best things you can make time for would be a brewery tour. Brewery tours are wonderful because they allow you to drink great beers and wines in a relaxing and upper class environment. The problem is that you need to make use of the tours that they have available and you need to make sure that you have a reservation before you just go to a local brewery and think that you can just take one.
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When you travel to Colorado, there is no shortage of things to do. You can party in the big city, climb mountains, ski, snowboard and participate in a wide variety of family activities. However, many travelers do not know that you can also visit breweries in Colorado. You had several different options, so it is important to investigate your choices to find the perfect place to visit.
Fortunately, you can easily perform all the necessary research on the Internet before your trip even begins. First, Read the rest of this entry »
Beer tasting is a hobby for many as the joy that comes with tracking down and finding the right brew, micro brew or even elusive brand can be something of an exciting challenge. One of the best ways that those who truly enjoy beer like to spend some time is to go to breweries and festivals that offer beer tasting. You can use a few tips to get the best pricing for beer tastings when you keep just a few Read the rest of this entry »
February 24, 2012 - 12:00 am
Man, it’s cold in Colorado! You’ve got some great excuses to step away from all the great direct tvchannels for a weekend and head outside, though, and that’s the plethora of beer festivals coming up in the state! Here are a few of our favorites you can’t miss this season
Winter Brew Fest: It’s going to be chilly in January but what better excuse to warm yourself up with a cold mug of a winter brew? Various craft breweries will be out displaying their seasonal best sellers and it’s always a hopping good time.
Boulder Brew and Music Festival: Early November plays host to the Boulder music fest and you’ll catch a number of great craft beers here, as well. There should be food and dancing as well and it’s a great excuse to milk the last of the “warm” Colorado weather.
Portland Holiday Ale Festival: Okay, so this one’s in Oregon but what a great reason for a road trip! You’ll find all kinds of holiday beers and spirits and Portland’s going to be a bit warmer than Colorado.
Are you planning on visiting Colorado sometime in the near future? If so, you may be wondering if attending a brewery tour while in the area is right for you. I will be more than happy to assist you with this.
There are numerous advantages to attending one of the Colorado brewery tours. For starters, it’s really quite interesting to learn about the entire process of how beer is manufactured. You will learn step by Read the rest of this entry »
Brewery tours in Colorado are very inexpensive. You will be able to find some pretty good deals depending on exactly where you go. There are many tours that offer different amounts of money. You can start with some that can cost you as low as 5. You may pay more than that, but again, it just all depends. You have so many different options when it comes to these tours that it is definitely amazing. They are something worth paying the little money for. You can learn and see some really exciting things. The best thing to Read the rest of this entry »
When you are going to be visiting Colorado, if you plan on going to the top breweries in the state, and you want to try the very best beers, you are going to have to book your toured guides in advance, if you want to find the savings as well when you take the trips. As these tours, and the top breweries are so popular of a tourist attraction to visitors and to locals alike, when you book in advance, and when you save your spot, you are going to find not only that it will be cheaper, but also that you are actually going to get a spot in one of the tours, since they do get so quickly booked, and filled by those who wish to go through the tour. So, making sure that you find the best tour, and that you take the time to find the discounts, and book in advance, are things that one has to consider when they are planning their trip to Colorado, and when they want to see the very best breweries, and see how their favorite beers are made in the state that is known for making the best brews in the US.
If you are a beer lover, have an affinity for trying the newest beers and beers from around the world, then visiting Colorado is a great place to learn a little bit of history from the Rockies, to getting the newest beers which will soon be released. So, when you are coming to Colorado, you want to make sure to plan your visit for the best time of the year to visit breweries when new beers are coming out, so that you will be one of the first consumers to give a new beer a taste, and judge it before Read the rest of this entry »
Denver is widely regarded by locals as Beer Country and Colorado has quite a few events dedicated to the beverage. In Boulder, there is the annual Great American Beer Festival that features over 450 breweries, and lasts for three days at the end of September. 2011, marks the events 20th anniversary.
Then there is what is called a Colorado Beer Week and 2011 marks the first year of this event. It is one super-sized event that has some of the best Colorado breweries all in Read the rest of this entry »
Colorado is very proud of its breweries. It is the home to some big name beers, but also can lay claim to more than a hundred microbreweries. For an ultimate beer experience take a tour offering tastings of their brews, both commercial and exclusive to the premises, unique and fun brews that are not for sale, but only for sampling. These fun brews may have unusual flavorings, or special histories. For the vacationer who is Read the rest of this entry »