The Colorado Brewers Guild, which represents more than 100 of the state's 160-plus breweries, took over Colorado Beer Week this year, revitalizing it as Colorado Craft Beer Week. Brothers Scott and Jason Kerkmans started Colorado Beer Week as a for-profit production in 2011, but it needed more of a ... More >>
The Colorado Brewers Guild, which represents the interests of more than 100 of the state's 160-plus breweries, has acquired the rights to Colorado Beer Week and will revitalize the celebration as Colorado Craft Beer Week.
The fest, which will incorporate events throughout the state, kicks off on Ma ... More >>
Award-winning brewers at the Great American Beer Festival will bring home something in addition to their medals this year: a bottle of a special beer made collaboratively just for the occasion by members of the Colorado Brewers Guild. The 22-ounce bottle of Porter's Pride, an imperial porter brewed ... More >>
On the heels of the Boulder-based Brewers Association report that craft beer sales are up 14 percent so far this year, Longmont's Oskar Blues has posted even more outstanding numbers. The brewer said revenue was up 53 percent in the first six months of 2012. Oskar Blues credited the growth to a rece ... More >>
Every year on the third Thursday in November, the world celebrates Beaujolais Nouveau, field-fresh young red wines from France that are meant to celebrate the harvest and be enjoyed right away. This September, Colorado beer brewers will do something similar for hops by kicking off a Hops Nouveau par ... More >>
Colorado Firefighter Appreciation Week begins September 8 and will culminate with the first annual Fight Fire With Beer Festival on Saturday, September 15 at the Twenty Ninth Street Mall, 1710 29th Street in Boulder. The week will honor firefighters currently risking their lives battling the High Pa ... More >>
The New York Times showed Denver's craft beer scene a little love on Saturday with a story that featured one of the newest -- and smallest -- breweries in town, Wit's End, along with Strange Brewing, Denver Beer Co. and author Ed Sealover.
But it was the photo of Wit's End owner Scott Witsoe and hi ... More >>