Event Preview: Denver Winter Brew Fest

We used to write about how the summer months in Colorado were Beer Festival Season. When the weather is sunny and warm, the number of beer festivals are staggering. Summer time in Colorado is filled with more beer festivals than any one person could attend – at least until they perfect cloning or time travel. It’s an embarrassment of riches.

In the winter months the festivals are fewer and further between, but we think that just makes them more special. In fact, we think it’s our duty as beer lovers to attend all the great winter beer festivals. Because for us, appreciation of great beer is a year-round thing. If you’re with us, and want an opportunity to enjoy great beer even during these cold winter months, it’s time to get your tickets to the Denver Winter Brew Fest.

The Winter Brew Fest is a celebration of beers from Colorado and beyond. Held inside at Mile High Station, this festival is so big it’s held over two days: Friday, January 27th and Saturday, January 28th. Each night features at least 45 breweries, plus live music, food trucks, and other fun vendors. Proceeds of this event benefits the Swallow Hill Music Association.

As of this moment, tickets are still available for both dates… but get them while you can! General Admission tickets are $35 for either Friday or Saturday, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. For just $10 more you can get VIP tickets, and enter the festival an hour earlier.

Event Details

What:       Denver Winter Brew Fest

Where:     Mile High Station
                  2027 West Lower Colfax Ave
Denver Colorado 80204

When:     Friday, January 27th and Saturday, January 28
General Admission times: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
VIP times: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Tickets:   $35 for GA; $45 for VIP

To buy tickets or get more info, including the brewery and music lineup for each day, visit: http://denverbrewfest.com/winter

See you there!

Look for this motley crew at the Winter Beer Fest!


  1. davemassive

    It’s definitely all year now. Firkin Rendezvous, CollabFest, New Kids (are they doing that this year?) — heck I think I like winter festivals the best!

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