There are over 3000 breweries operating in the United States, with more opening nearly every day. While they all certainly have their individual merits, there are only a handful breweries that can be considered true tourist destinations. During last month’s trip to Asheville for the Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference, we were able to visit one of these destination breweries: Sierra Nevada in Mills River.
Happy 5th Annual IPA Day Everyone! What are we doing at work today? Don’t they know it’s an international holiday? Since 2011, August 6th has been recognized around the globe as IPA Day, the day when beer lovers celebrate and pay homage to the India Pale Ale (IPA). IPA Day is more than a great excuse to enjoy a hoppy brew. It’s your opportunity to connect with other beer drinkers worldwide by sharing a beer, […]
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Tickets for the 2015 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) are officially sold out. Today marked the second of two ticket sale dates for GABF. Yesterday it only took about 25 minutes for the members-only presale tickets to disappear. Today the general public tickets went on sale at 10:00 AM Mountain Time, and in just over an hour they were all gone.
Next week tickets will go on sale for the 2015 Great American Beer Festival (GABF). We’ve told you before about this incredible annual festival, and how every craft beer fan should make attending GABF a part of their beer bucket list. In case you are still on the fence, we wanted to share new details released by the GABF that highlights how this year’s festival will be an even greater Great American Beer Festival. This […]
This past Monday we returned from the 2015 Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference in Asheville. We came home from North Carolina with suitcases full of beer and volumes of incredible stories, the latter of which we’ll be sharing with you over the upcoming days and weeks. However, we wanted to waste no time bringing you our Live Beer Blogging recap, since this is the event that we’re most often asked about when we’re discussing the conference.
Hey everyone! Exciting news… your Bottle Makes Three team is on the road in beautiful and beer-filled North Carolina! We’re invading the Tar Heel State this week for the 2015 Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference and we could not be more excited!
In just a few months the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) will be back in Denver, bringing together the largest collection of U.S. brewers and beers for a private competition and public tasting. This year’s festival will take place September 24 through September 26, 2015, at the Colorado Convention Center. Mark your calendars now, and start making plans to be at the fest.
It’s July, when we celebrate our Independence and the warmest and sunniest of Colorado weather. The days are long and hot, which pairs perfectly with some cold craft beers. Fortunately, beer fests and fun events are plentiful in July. Below we’ve highlighted just a few of the fun happenings this month.
The longest day of the year can now also be most refreshing! Beginning this year, National Radler Day will be celebrated annually on June 22nd. A Radler is an easy drinking, thirst quenching, and delicious – making them the perfect beer cocktail for a warm summer day. National Radler Day Breweries all across the country will be participating in Radler Day, so if you’re out and about, look for a Radler on the menu at your […]
It’s Father’s Day, and we hope all you dads out there are having a great one! We wanted to selfishly take a moment to recognize and thank our own dads for all they have done to make us the fine, upstanding, and unique individuals that we are today. We quite literally wouldn’t be here without you two! We appreciate all the love and support you give us each day, even when we do things that make you shake […]
Yesterday we went to the future site of Great Divide Brewing Co to celebrate for their 21st Anniversary. The new space is almost complete, with a full kegging and canning line already installed. This location will also serve as their barrel storage facility, and although they plan on keeping their current Arapahoe Street establishment open, eventually a full brewhouse and tasting room will be added at the new site, too. While the space isn’t quite […]