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 (more…)
Archive for August, 2011
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 (more…)
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 (more…)
A beer lover should never pass on the chance to visit or explore Colorado. Colorado has more breweries than any other state making it a top destination to tour and taste many new types of beer. During the fall months of the year there are many great beer festivals that are a must.
The biggest beer festival is the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. This year the festival runs from Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, but unfortunately, the festival has already been sold out. The festival will celebrate its 30 year anniversary this year and will have (more…)