‘Sup, Oskar Blues? As we welcomed in a new year and kicked off a new decade, we decided to put some thought into where we wanted to lift our first pints of 2020. In honor of beginnings, new and old, it only seemed fitting that we make our first beer purchase of 2020 at Oskar Blues Brewery’s Tasty Weasel taproom in Longmont.
Happy 2020 everyone! We hope you had a wonderful, fun, and relaxing holiday season. We sure did… with emphasis on the relaxing part. Mid-week holidays kept us from doing anything too exciting, so we enjoyed doing nothing over the holidays. Nada. We didn’t even go out and make a spectacle of ourselves for New Year’s Eve. Instead, we watched the ball drop in NYC from our couch, and we were eye-shut long before midnight in […]
Happy New Year’s Eve! Tonight is the night we finally kick 2019 to the curb and welcome a fresh new year and a whole new decade, depending on what you believe. (We are Team Zero all the way, by the way… bring on the new decade NOW!)
2019 has been filled with great brews and big beer news, but today we’re not here for that. In fact, we’ve taken much of this month off from Bottle Makes Three to celebrate the season. We hope you’ve had a chance to slow down and enjoy the holidays with your friends and family, too. However, on this day before Christmas, we wanted to take a quick moment to thank you for supporting us and wish […]
So you’ve survived the first big shopping weekend of the holiday season. Woohoo! We hope that in the days between Black Friday and Cyber Monday you picked up lots of deals. However, if you still have a beer lover to shop for this holiday season, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up 33 of our favorite products & gifts, each of which are beer geek tested & BMT approved. Browse our suggestions below […]
After nearly 5 years as one of Denver’s finest homebrew shops and neighborhood craft breweries, CO-Brew announced they’ll be closing up shop. The announcement was made on their Facebook page on Friday. CO-Brew named downtown Denver’s rising rents along with the decline in the homebrew industry as reasons why they won’t be renewing their lease.
It’s sad news for lovers of craft beer, pizza, and Colorado’s first CBD beer. Jonathan Shikes at the Denver Westword is reporting that Dad & Dude’s Breweria has closed. According to the article, Dad & Dude’s Breweria announced the closure last weekend, and Sunday, October 20 was their last day of business.
The 2019 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) has wrapped, and what a great festival it was! While all we have to show for the fest are great memories, 283 breweries took home much cooler souvenirs from GABF in the form of gold, silver, and bronze medals. Our local breweries made sure many of those medals stayed in Colorado, winning a total of 40 medals during this year’s competition.
WARNING! An outbreak of the hoppiest proportions is coming to Lone Tree. Hop Zombie Day 2019 Lone Tree Brewing Company’s award-winning Hop Zombie will return on Saturday, September 28, at 11 a.m. This monster beer is usually kept under quarantine, but once annually it’s released to a thirsty mob of Hop Zombie fans. This weekend marks the sixth year that Lone Tree Brewing Company will celebrate Hop Zombie Day by unleashing their hoppy creation into […]
Even in a state with countless incredible cities and towns, Pagosa Springs, Colorado is a special place. It’s nestled in the heart of the San Juan Mountain range, surrounded by national forest land, and home to the world’s deepest geothermal hot spring aquifer. In short, Pagosa Springs is an excellent location for all types of Colorado adventures. It’s also home to one of our favorite Colorado brewpubs: Pagosa Brewing Company.
The 2020 Beer Now Conference This week we’ve shared with you the incredible places and all the amazing beer we had in Montana as attendees of the Beer Now Conference. Today we’re excited to share with you the location for next year’s conference which is…