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Avery Brewing Company

In February 2015, after 22 years in the same space, Avery Brewing Company closed its Arapahoe Avenue location in Boulder and opened a brand-new brewing facility, restaurant and taproom on 5.6...

Bitter Bar and Avery Brewing Company collaborate on a beer

9 years ago by Laura Shunk
The Bitter Bar may have made a name for itself from pouring championship-winning cocktails, but that doesn't mean it's not into other beverages, too. The Boulder-based cocktail bar and restaurant recently brewed up a collaboration with Avery Brewing Company, bringing a spiritous touch to the project...

The Road to GABF at Euclid Hall: Avery Brewing Company

9 years ago by Patrick Langlois
The Great American Beer Festival is still weeks away, but Euclid Hall, 1317 14th Street, has already kicked off its "Road to GABF" -- a series of intimate beer dinners.The second installment takes place tonight and will feature five beers from Avery Brewing Co. matched with creative fare from Euclid,...

Review: Avery Brewing Company Creates a Restaurant Worthy of Its Beer

6 years ago by Gretchen Kurtz
Go big or go home. That seems to be the motto at Avery Brewing Company, which celebrated its 22nd anniversary this year by decamping to a new $27 million campus in Boulder. But the move did more than up Avery’s production capacity and give visitors a peek into operations via...

The Post Brewing Co. Expands to Fort Collins

7 days ago by Mark Antonation
The popular beer and chicken joint is taking over a former IHOP.

Beer Calendar: New Brews from TRVE, Woods Boss and Little Machine

2 days ago by Jonathan Shikes
Our weekly list of craft beer happenings in Denver and beyond.

Fiction Beer Company Proudly Promotes Poetry

21 days ago by Jonathan Shikes
These beer cans offer words of wisdom along with new brews.

Colorado Ski Towns Hardest Hit on First COVID-19 Case Anniversary

10 hours ago by Michael Roberts
Four ski counties have more combined outbreaks than in Denver.

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