Tag: beer styles

My Little Belgian Secret: Challenging My Beer Prejudices (& Yours)

Do you want to hear a secret? It’s been a little while since we posted so if you’ve stuck around waiting for our next article, I figure we’re friends now. And because we’re friends, I know that I can tell you something and it will be kept between you and me. Right? Good. Because today I’m going to let you in on something I only share with those nearest and dearest to me…

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Three Cheers, Beers, and Events for Stout Month 2018

Happy February! This may be a short month, but it’s packed full of fun times. We get to spend a day paying attention to groundhogs, shower our true love with greeting cards and flowers, and we even get to celebrate the birth of one of your favorite Bottle Makes Three folks! But best of all, we also get to celebrate Stout Month! With big roasted malts and full bodies, February is the perfect month to indulge […]

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IPA Day and Our 11 Favorite Colorado IPAs

Happy IPA Day! Since 2011, the first Thursday in August is the day we stop to celebrate our favorite hoppy beer, the India pale ale (IPA). On this date, beer lovers and beer makers across the globe are invited to raise a glass of their favorite IPA and toast America’s most popular style of craft beer. Ashley Routson (@TheBeerWench) says it best in her IPA Day article on CraftBeer.com: “IPA Day is not the brainchild […]

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Summer Seasonals Worth Seeking Out

It’s the Friday before Memorial Day Weekend and you know what that means… we’re just counting the minutes until the weekend! The day before a holiday weekend is a tough day to get any real work done, so rather than write a whole long thing, we’re going to share a great news release we received recently from the Brewers Association. This article is really great as it features some incredible summer seasonal beers, and who doesn’t […]

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Wibby Brewing, For the Love of Lager

Walk down the beer coolers at your local beer store and you’re likely to see two things: lots of American adjunct lagers made by big-name breweries, and (hopefully) a large variety of craft ales from smaller, local craft beer brewers. For a long time, it seemed that was the way the beer coolers were divided: Mass-produced lagers for the light beer drinkers, and crafty ales for the more discriminating craft beer fans. Still, the focus […]

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Session Beers for 4th of July Celebrations

Happy Independence Day y’all! This year we’re blessed with a three-day weekend to celebrate this great country and our independence, and we plan to celebrate with fireworks, music, grilled meats and of course, beer! Because what better beverage than beer to drink while toasting our great nation’s freedom? While beer may not be an American invention, it’s been brewed on our soil as far back as 1587 by Virginia colonist who no doubt raised a […]

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