Left Hand Brewing in Longmont has been looking to get control of the word "Nitro" since 2011, first by wresting the trademark away from a small Canadian brewer that had never used it and then by filing a trademark claim of its own on the word as it relates to beer. But that effort bubbled over last ... More >>
Left Hand Brewing marked its twentieth anniversary last week (a trying week, considering the floods that nearly wreaked havoc on the brewery), and to celebrate, the Longmont company is temporarily bringing back five beers it no longer makes. "These are some old favorites," says Joe Schiraldi, who i ... More >>
It's harvest season, and pumpkins and peaches aren't the only things making their way into beers. Breweries are putting together and releasing their annual fresh hop -- or wet hop -- beers using hops from both Colorado and Washington. The point of these beers is to capture the flavor of the hops wit ... More >>
Two well-known out-of-state brewers are invading Colorado this month. Speakeasy Ales and Lagers, a sixteen-year-old brewery from San Francisco started pouring at a few bars around town this week and should follow up with bottles of some of its flagship beers, like Big Daddy IPA and Prohibition Ale, ... More >>
On September 29, 2011, after the first night of the annual Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Left Hand Brewing publicly revealed a bottled beer that its owners and brewers had spent two years and hundreds of thousands of dollars to create. See also: - Strange Brewing faces a trademark threat ... More >>
Larry Liston says it's party time.It's not often that you'll find Republican representative Larry Liston and his liberal colleague, Democrat Chrisanta Duran, on the same side of an issue. Nor is it common to see the United Food and Commercial Workers and the supermarket chains fighting toget ... More >>
A Taste of Language is a mouthful
As spring melts into summer, water users along the St. Vrain could find themselves up the creek.