2016 GABF Events

Time to throw down. This year we’ll make our triumphant return to the GABF floor (booth Y10 in the Meet the Brewer section), pouring for the first time since 2013. But you can also come throw back a few with us at the following events: Saturday, October 1st Meet the Brewer Tasting & Single Cask J. Marie release @ Davidson’s Liquors, 1pm A single barrel of Smooth Ambler bourbon, filled with our quintessential imperial saison. Twenty cases available through Davidson’s, come grab a taste, take home some bottles and bug Matt in the process. Sunday, October 2nd GABF Pre-sale @ the Brewery, Noon For Denverites. Snag advance bottles of Barrel Aged Nightmare Fuel, Single Cask J. Marie and Saison Con

A Note on the Denver Rare Beer Tasting...

Several people have asked us why we are pouring Funk the Man #1 at the annual DRBT, when bottles can still be found in a few places around Denver. When we signed up for Rare Beer and submitted Funk 1 as our choice early this year, it had previously been a taproom-only release, and had long since sold out. However, a small amount of these hand-filled bottles took a little longer to condition than anticipated, and made the move with us to our new location on Washington Street. When the carbonation level on the last remaining cases was finally perfect, we shipped them to some of our favorite bottle shops around town to celebrate our return. In all, only 68 cases of Funk 1 were ever produced – a

B'Side Quandary release details

The B’Side project has always been about collaborating with fellow local businesses, celebrating the people and places that make Denver so awesome. Which is why, next Saturday September 24th, we’ll release B’Side Quandary well in advance of the Great American Beer Festival, to ensure this ultra-rare brew stays in the hands of those who call Denver home. Our signature quadrupel aged fourteen months in a single Laws Whiskey Barrel with black currants, B’Side Quandary will be one of our most limited releases to date. The delicate malts of our dark strong ale form the perfect backbone to layer with rich whiskey and oak notes. While there are no souring bacteria in B’Side Quandary, the black curr

A new direction...

Sometimes you just need some more hops in your life. We’ve always been known for fine Belgian-style ales. But the truth is, we’re equal opportunity brewers at heart. We crave beers from across the globe like fine Pilsners, deliciously hoppy west coast IPAs, and robust Porters. Tomorrow Wednesday 9/14, we’ll tap “Hooray for Hops Vol. 1, Inexplicable Hoppenstance.” The first in a series of American IPAs, this beauty was brewed with Columbus, Cascade, El Dorado, Falconer’s Flight and Simcoe. A few weeks behind that, look for “Hooray for Hops Vol. 2, Electric Lupuloo,” with more fun versions to follow. From here on out, we’re spreading our wings. But don’t worry, we aren’t abandoning any of the

The River Norther Society

Locals, friends and fellow RiNo castaways, we challenge you to Go Norther. Beyond the land of luxury living and shiny high rises, to a simpler place - River Norther. For us, it was never about being in the hippest part of town. It was, and always has been about making the best damn beer we could. So today, we’re launching a new fellowship for our most loyal friends, fans, and confidants - the River Norther Society. Part secret order, part treehouse oligarchy, we are a merry band of beer-imbibing brethren. For only $40, become a River Norther-er for the remainder of the year. Membership perks include: Exclusive use of brand new massive 22-ounce goblets in the taproom. (Yes, pour sizes vary…we

Corundum, our sour jam!

It’s been too long since we had a sour on tap. So we’re bringing back one of our best, a beer not seen in one full year! Corundum, our tart red ale aged in red wine barrels with cherries and hibiscus, returns this Saturday 9/17 at Noon. One of our favorite beers from last year, Corundum pours a brilliant ruby red befitting of its moniker. And like its namesake, Corundum is a product of time and patience, spending eleven months developing in wine barrels. Tart and quenching, the first sip hits your palate with a bracing sourness, followed by herbal notes from the hibiscus and a fruity burst reminiscent of cherry pie. Still, the beer finishes dry, enticing you back to savor it again. As with a

Avarice: a real seasonal beer.

As summer wanes and the days grow cooler, we crave a robust beer fitting for the season. Something dark. Something rich. Something sinful. The only beer that will satisfy our craving: Avarice. So this Saturday, September 10th, our belgian imperial stout will return on tap and in bottles as a fall/winter seasonal! Bone-dry and chock full of dark roast barley, Avarice is so dark no light can escape it. Seriously, put a flashlight up to this beer and watch the light disappear as if sucked into a black hole. By utilizing a Belgian yeast strain, we ferment out a higher percentage of sugars when compared to other imperial stouts. This leads to the most quaffable 9.3% stout you’ve ever tasted. Ther

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