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Photos: There was plenty of sweaty Yeti at the Great Divide Brewing anniversary party

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Great Divide Brewing celebrated its nineteenth anniversary on Saturday with a giant block party in the Curtis Park/Ballpark neighborhood, where the brewery was founded. In addition to food trucks, and live music, there was a full lineup of small-batch and experimental beers to complement the brewery's stellar regular lineup -- not to mention a variety of Yetis. Look at the photos on the next page to get a taste and then click on the link after the last picture to find our full slide show.

See also: - Photos: Oskar Blues' Burning Can Fest 2013 - Photos: Elway's Hot Rocks Griller Challenge 2013 - Best Tap Room for Food Trucks -- 2012 -- Great Divide Brewing

For the rest of the pics, click through our Great Divide's 19th Anniversary Party slide show.

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