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Forgotten Roots, A Tale of Country Wine

    Ever heard of country wine? You probably have without knowing it. Country wine is made from anything other than grapes. Consider strawberry, pear, plum, cactus fruit, or even dandelion, fermented into an alcoholic beverage. Forgotten Roots Winery, the love child...

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Upslope Get Down, Saturday May 21st

For the past 3 years Upslope Brewing Company has taken it upon themselves to kick off the festival season with a big party at their Flatiron Park location. The Upslope Get Down is an all-day music festival with beer, lots of activities and games, and, of course, food...

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Front Range Rally: Craft Beer for a Great Cause!

 For the past 4 years, Loveland’s Front Range Rally has been helping feed the Northern Colorado community. Founded in 2012 as a craft beer and food truck festival, Front Range Rally aims to provide support for the Food Bank of Larimer County, donating 100% of...

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Crabtree Brewing Company Hits a Decade!

Jeff Crabtree opened Crabtree Brewing Company in 2006, and it is the oldest brewery in Greeley. Crabtree loves drinking and brewing malt forward beers, but the recent trend of IPAs has forced him outside of his old love. He admits that when the market polled at 80% of...

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The Beer Connect

Chris Young, founder of The Beer Connect, is changing the way we buy beer, by taking the place of traditional beer distributorships. “The Beer Connect is a game changing, high-quality, full service, digital self-distribution platform and marketplace for all things...

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Beer Review: Boulder Beer’s Emergent White IPA

The white IPA is one of ten official IPA styles according to the 2015 BJCP (Beer Judge Certification Program). Often characterized as fruitier and lighter than an American IPA, Boulder Beer’s is spot on. At first smell – hops! With a straw to pale gold color it has a...

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Beer Review: Upslope Brewing – Belgian Pale Ale

Upslope’s first ever GABF winner (2009 bronze), is a goodie. It presents a beautiful golden color and clear appearance. The Trappist yeast hits you smack on the nose. Not too hoppy, but has a pleasing flavorful tartness, which will quench your thirst. Offers a smooth...

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May Issue 2016: Garden in the Glass

Our May issue focused on the ingredients that make up beer. Garden in the Glass: Hops- The Spice. Ironically, hops were used to help preserve beers while they made the trek from the motherland to troops in India.. Ehem IPA’s. We now know that hops have very little...

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Two Takes on the IPA: What side are you on?

East Coast/Atlantic IPAs In craft beer circles, no other style has dominated in the past decade like the India Pale Ale. It's what got everyone concerned with different hop varieties and what was possible with different aromas, bitter-sweet balance, and up until...

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