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We have over 20 select specialty bottles in addition to our extensive draft list.
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Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion Tapped on: April 28
An ever-evolving mix of experimental hops, designed to deliver mind-blowing flavors that break the rules with each new release. The unique revolution number on the label tells you which release you have in hand. Crack fresh and enjoy the show.
Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 001 features a blend of six different hop cultivars from the 2015 harvest, with an emphasis on a zesty tropical fruit-driven experimental hop to create something entirely unique. A wheat malt base provides a clean canvas for showcasing a pure hop character. Aromas of pineapple, papaya and citrus creamsicle explode out of the glass. Resinous undertones yield to flavors of candied mango, red grapefruit zest and fresh green tea, all dissipating quickly into a clean, dry finish.
Luponic Distortion is best if enjoyed within 90 days of its bottling date
Paso Robles, CA 5.9% ABV
Redstone Passion Fruit Nectar Tapped on: April 28
Honey wine infused with the fresh flavor of passion fruit
Boulder, CO 8% ABV
Firestone Walker Sucaba 2016 Tapped on: April 28
January 16, 2016 Release
Paso Robles, CA 13.4
The Post Auchtertuin Seizoen Tapped on: April 28
Our friends at The Post Brewing bring you a delicious farmhouse style Belgian ale. Light and refreshing.
Lafayette, CO 5.6% ABV
Green Flash Pacific Gem Tapped on: April 28
This Single Hopped Pale Ale is built on an English malt base of Golden Promise, 2-Row malted barley, and Caramalt to allow the hop qualities to shine through. Pacific Gem’s hop intensity presents top notes of pungent pine and grapefruit rind accented by guava with a long, lingering finish.
San Diego, CA 5.5% ABV
Boulevard Hibiscus Gose Tapped on: April 28
- Style: Gose
- Availability: May and June, Bottles and Draught
- Locations: Try our Beer Finder
Our version of an unusual, yet resurgent, beer style. It pays tribute to the pleasantly sour, slightly salty wheat beers that originated in Goslar and became popular in Leipzig, Germany around the late 1800’s. A great introductory sour beer, Hibiscus Gose receives coriander and sea salt during boiling, then we steep dried hibiscus flowers at the end to create a vibrant pink hue (really, though, it’s pink!). The result is a tangy, sweet and sour ale with a refreshing citrus character.
|Original Gravity (Plato)||11.4|
|Terminal Gravity (Plato)||2.8|
Kansas City, MO 4.2% ABV
Evil Twin Sour Bikini Tapped on: April 28
Belgian style sour pale ale
Brooklyn, NY 3% ABV
Stella Artois Tapped on: April 28
Euro pale lager
Belgium 5% ABV Stella Artois
Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout Tapped on: April 27
This English style of beer, also known as Sweet Stout or Cream Stout, first appeared in London in the late 1800’s. The early brewers touted the health benefits of the milk sugar in this beer which today relates mainly to the increased amount of calories(no real health benefits…sorry). The milk sugar adds a well rounded sweetness to this dark beer and makes it an outstanding, year ‘round stout.
Longmont, CO 6% ABV Left Hand Brewing Co.
Sanitas IPA Tapped on: April 26
IPA with citrusy and fruit hop character
Boulder, CO 7% ABV
The Post Howdy Tapped on: April 26
There’s no gesture friendlier than greeting someone with a “howdy” and a delicious All-American Pilsener. With Howdy Beer, we’ve taken the notion of the American Pilsener and have refreshed and renewed it as a gloriously drinkable celebration of our unique American brewing heritage and amazing American ingredients. This smooth, drinkable pils features a lovely American hop flavor and aroma which gives way to a delicate malt flavor that finishes crisp and clean.
Silver Medal 2014 Great American Beer Festival – American/International Style Pilsner
Lafayette, CO 4.5% ABV The Post Brewing Company
Avery IPA Tapped on: April 25
In the 1700s one crafty brewer discovered that a healthy dose of hops and an increased alcohol content preserved his ales during the long voyage to India (as depicted in our label) to quench the thirst of British troops. Today, we tip our hat to that historic innovation by brewing Colorado’s hoppiest pale ale. Avery IPA demands to be poured into your favorite glass to truly appreciate the citrusy, floral bouquet and the rich, malty finish.
Boulder, CO 6.5% ABV Avery Brewing
Odell Cutthroat Porter Tapped on: April 25
Not quite a stout but definitely no lightweight, Cutthroat Porter is smooth and robust. Inspired by the classic London porters, we use dark roasted malts to create a deep, rich color and flavor that hint at chocolate and coffee. Cutthroat Porter is our tribute to the Colorado state fish. Although we’re big fans of small batches, here’s to the currently threatened Cutthroat population reaching mass quantities.
Ft. Collins, CO 5.1%.ABV
Stone IPA Tapped on: April 24
Look up “hops” in the dictionary and you’ll see a picture of Stone IPA! “Dry-hopped” for an extra two weeks, this unique process gives our IPA its bountiful hop aroma and rich hop flavor. A full 70 IBUs (International Bitterness Units) creates this beer’s crisp and refreshing bitter character.
Escondido, CA 6.9% ABV Stone Brewing Co.
Upslope Lager Tapped on: April 23
Snowmelt-infused and river-ready, our Colorado-style session beer honors its upstream roots through the 1% for Rivers Campaign. One percent of revenues from the sales of Upslope Craft Lager will be donated to Colorado Trout Unlimited in order to protect watersheds statewide. Protecting snowmelt at its source is not only good for trout; it’s also good for Colorado beer.
“Colorado Trout Unlimited is thrilled to engage in the 1% for Rivers partnership with Upslope Brewing Company,” said Sinjin Eberle, CTU President. “This type of collaboration is a great model for how businesses that depend on our natural resources can help to protect the places we love, and ensure the quality of their products at the same time.”
Why cans? Cans are better for the beer and the environment; they’re also perfect for the on-the-go lifestyle of Colorado and points beyond. The benefits of canning—protection from light and oxidation, and retention of brewery direct freshness— have been well-received among our other popular varieties.
Upslope Craft Lager, sporting our distinctively understated can with a golden label, is now available for your craft beer enjoyment.
Boulder, CO 4.8% ABV Upslope Brewing Co.
Odell Easy Street Wheat Tapped on: April 22
Light and refreshing, Easy Street Wheat is an unfiltered American-style wheat beer. Leaving in the yeast gives the beer a nice, smooth finish and a slightly citrusy flavor. Easy Street Wheat gets its name by brewers “taking it easy” and not filtering the beer.
Fort Collins, CO 4.5% ABV Odell Brewing Company
Firestone Walker Wookey Jack Tapped on: April 22
Wookey Jack is our first foray into the dark outer world of black IPAs. Rich dark malts and spicy rye careen into bold citrus laden hops creating a new dimension in IPA flavor. This brew has been left unfiltered and unfined to retain all of its texture and character. At 60 IBUs, Wookey Jack is gnarly on the outside yet complex and refined on the inside.
Paso Robles, CA 8.5% ABV Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
New Belgium Fat Tire Tapped on: April 21
Named in honor of our co-founder’s bike trip through Europe,Fat Tire, marks a turning point in the young electrical engineer’s home brewing. Belgian beers use a far broader palette of ingredients (fruits, spices, esoteric yeast strains) than German or English styles. Together with co-founder Kim Jordan, they traveled around sampling their homebrews to the public. Fat Tire won fans with its sense of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness. Fat Tire: Pairs well with people
Fort Collins, CO 5.2% ABV New Belgium Brewing Co.
Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale Tapped on: April 21
America’s first hand-canned craft beer is a voluminously hopped mutha that delivers a hoppy nose, assertive-but-balanced flavors of pale malts and hops from start to finish. First canned in 2002, Dale’s Pale Ale is a hearty (6.5% and 65 IBUs), critically acclaimed trailblazer that has changed the way craft beer fiends perceive canned beer.
Longmont, CO 6.5%ABV Oskar Blues Brewery
Telluride FISHWater Double IPA Tapped on: April 21
FISHwater is the dream-child of Brewer Chris Fish, a long-time and full-time resident of Colorado and an in-demand brewer from everywhere between Boulder and Telluride. This beer was chosen because of its Wicked hops and moderate alcohol of 8.5% abv. The Calculated IBUs are well over 100. Hops in the boil are are Magnum, Chinook, CTZ, Centennials, and Citra. Chris goes to crazy heights with FISHwater, as it is double dry-hopped with CTZ, Chinook, Centennial and Citra. CTZ are known for their alpha-acids, similar to the Magnum, its German equivalent. That’s what gives this DIPA it’s very bitter taste, but the fermentation time has definitely helped even out its balance between bitter, sour, and citric. FISHwater is unfiltered, but fined. The hops used are from friends, including Marble and New Belgium.
Telluride, CO 8.4% ABV Telluride Brewing Co.
Elevation Raspberry Gulch Tapped on: April 19
Raspberry Gulch™ is a fruited saison brewed with a traditional yeast strain from Belgium and brewed with nearly 18 pounds of raspberries per barrel. With notes of hay, spice, and raspberry, this beer is a perfect way to celebrate the end of winter and the start of your spring adventures
Poncha Springs, CO 8.12% ABV Elevation Beer Co.
Oskar Blues Old Chub Tapped on: April 17
This jaw-dropping Scottish strong ale is brewed with bodacious amounts of malted barley and specialty grains, and a dash of beechwood-smoked malt. Old Chub features a skim-milk mouthfeel, semi-sweet flavors of cocoa and coffee, and a kiss of smoke. A head-turning treat for malt heads and folks who think they don’t dig dark beer.
Lyons, CO 8% ABV Oskar Blues
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