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Photos: Breckenridge Brewery celebrates 23 years of Colorado craft beer

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Breckenridge Brewery celebrated its 23rd anniversary with a Kalamath Street block party on Saturday, featuring specialty beers, barbecue and live music. The party space was expanded this time around to include the entire block of Kalamath between Fourth and Fifth avenues, allowing for additional attendees and extra room for dancing.

Breckenridge will spend all of this year and part of next year building a new twelve-acre $20 million brewing campus in Littleton where it will relocate in 2014. But the existing location will probably continue to see beer anniversaries as Crazy Mountain Brewing in Edwards is looking at buying the building.

For more photos, visit our full Breckenridge block party slide show.

See also: - Slide show: Breckenridge Brewery's 23rd anniversary party - Leftover Salmon releasing new music exclusively via Breckenridge samplers - Breckenridge-Wynkoop have a Fort Collins spot on tap for spring

For more photos, visit our full Breckenridge block party slide show.


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