December Client Happenings

We have reached the final month of the year and the holiday season is not slowing our clients down. From launching new products to producing holiday inspired events, our clients are ending 2014 with a blast. 

Feisty Spirits

Feisty Spirits has released four new products in the past month — Red Corn Oat Bourbon Whiskey, Red Corn Aged Elemental Whiskey, Queens Share Better Days Bourbon Whiskey and Bier Schnapps. 

Bier Schnapps is a distilled spirit made by distilling beer. To make this unique spirit, Feisty follows the same processes that they use to make whiskey but it is distilled with hops, which is typically not allowed in whiskey. This first batch was made from a sour beer from Black Bottle Brewery.

Still have some holiday shopping to do? Check out the Coloradoan’s Fort Collins Holiday Gift Guide. They have some great suggestions including the Feisty Spirits Reserve Membership.

Imbibe Events

‘Tis the season for parties and, if you live in Colorado, you know Imbibe knows how to throw a party. Here are some events to add to your calendar:

Beethoven and Brews an original fundraising series that celebrates music and Colorado beer while supporting the Colorado Symphony. The event is taking place on December 4, from 6:30-8:30pm, at VFW Post #1 Gallery, located in the Santa Fe Arts District. The event is sponsored by Renegade Brewery, which will provide 4 oz. samples of their signature beers. In keeping with a holiday spirit, guests are encouraged to wear "ugly" holiday sweaters and sponsor Buffalo Exchange will have sweaters available for loan including modeling opportunities in a photo booth.

Tickets are $40 in advance, $45 on site/day of, and include four 4 oz beer pours. Additional beverage and a signature Beethoven and Brews pint glasses will be available for purchase. A portion of each ticket purchase is tax deductible. Tickets can be purchased at   

Founded in Denver in December 2012, Festivus, the “beer festival for the rest of us,” is a festival that celebrates local breweries. This year, Imbibe Events wanted to bring the festival concept to other microbrew-focused cities in Colorado like Boulder and Fort Collins. Denver’s event is already sold out but you can still get tickets for Boulder and Fort Collins. Boulder [only] Festivus is taking place on Dec. 5. Fort Collins [only] Festivus is Dec. 12 and Denver [only] Beer Festivus is happening Dec. 13.

Festivus is open to adults 21 and older. Event tickets are $40 and can be purchased at  

The highly anticipated fifth annual Parade of Darks returns on Saturday, December 6 from 1:00-4:30 p.m. at the Bindery On Blake (2901 Blake Street). This event benefits Metro CareRing, Denver’s leading hunger-relief organization.

Parade of Darks is a holiday tradition showcasing beers in the amber to opaque categories. Featuring more than 60 beers from 25+ breweries, attendees are sure to leave feeling warm and fuzzy. Participating breweries include Great Divide, Odell, Tivoli Brewing and Wynkoop.

Parade of Darks is open to adults 21 and older. Event tickets are $35 and include a commemorative glass for unlimited sampling. Tickets can be purchased at  

Revolution Running

Revolution Running is offering a less intense program to help build your base, keep up your consistency and maintain fitness. Join weekly group run workouts with a half marathon goal. This program will be great training for the Carlsbad Half Marathon and Canyonlands Half Marathon.

bRUNch Running

bRUNch Austin officially launches on Sunday, December 7 at CRAVE Restaurant (340 E. 2nd St., Austin TX 78701). Tickets are $25 when purchased in advance and $30 day of. bRUNch encourages participants to purchase tickets in advance as seating is limited. A dollar from each ticket sold throughout the season will be donated to The Trail Foundation.



We are super excited for this month and to see how they will bring in the new year!