Good karma and good beer were flowing in equal amounts Sunday when thirty breweries and hundreds of Colorado craft beer lovers gathered together at the Rackhouse Pub to show support and help raise money for Strange Brewing, which is facing a possible trademark lawsuit from a similarly named homebrew shop in Massachusetts. The Strange Days beer fest was organized by Russell Fruits of Grimm Brothers Brewhouse in Loveland and carried out by the Rackhouse. If Strange ends up not needing the money for its legal defense, all of the funds will be donated to the nonprofit Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation. Find all the pics in our Strange Days Festival slide show.
See also: - Photos: Strange Days Beer Festival - Strange Brewing faces a trademark threat from a Massachusetts homebrew shop - Craft brewing community will rally around Strange Brewing with a beer fest fundraiser
For more photos, visit our full Strange Days slide show.
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