FoCo Cafe and Holiday Twin Drive-In have teamed up to bring you the first annual Bikes, Brews & Blockbusters. This unique bike-in festival celebrates the art of film by showcasing independent work from local artists paired with local brews.
Food Truck Rally Summer Series is a four-part community food truck rally that celebrates Colorado’s fleet of amazing food trucks in the communities they serve.
The Art District on Santa Fe has already proven they know how to have a good time on a Friday night with iconic First Fridays, and now Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally is bringing the community the party of the summer, complete with nearly 40 food trucks and plenty of craft beer and cocktails!
For the second year in a row, Great Divide Brewing Company is creating a beer with chart-topping musician GRiZ. This year, Chasing The Golden Hour will be available for purchase at GRiZ’s sold-out shows at Red Rocks on July 13th and July 14th for the first time.
Great Divide Brewing Company is excited to announce Hazy IPA will be available in cans in limited quantities starting this July throughout the Denver Metro area. Hazy IPA, which was originally released as a draft-only beer in July 2017, is a cloudy IPA with a juicy mix of citrus aroma and nuanced fruit characteristics. With the city of Denver at its fingertips, Great Divide is able to get this beer out the door quickly and into drinkers’ hands (and mouths) in a matter of hours. This ability, along with the beer’s popularity in Great Divide taprooms, led to the decision to can and sell this hyper-limited beer in select local accounts.
Call to Arms Brewing Company is hosting its third anniversary celebration at the brewery (4526 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212) on Saturday, July 21 from 12 to 11 p.m. The brewery will pull out all the stops with specialty beer releases, carnival games, live music and plenty of delicious eats. This carnival-themed soiree will mark three years in business in the Berkeley community and unveil the brewery’s new logo.
Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally Summer Series is a four-part community food truck rally that celebrates Colorado’s fleet of amazing food trucks in the communities they serve.
Great Divide Brewing Company is releasing the third edition of the Denver Pale Ale Artist series with artwork created by Denver-based artist and illustrator Rachel Jablonski. Available nationwide, the Denver Pale Ale Artist Series is an ode to the city the brewery has called home since its inception 24 years ago. Great Divide will celebrate the launch with a party on Thursday, June 28 featuring Jablonski’s artwork, beer, and an opportunity to meet the artist.
After April’s wild Tennyson Street Field Day Rumpus, Call to Arms Brewing Company has announced its next Rumpus: Rumpus & Chill, which will be held at the brewery (4526 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212) on Saturday, June 23 from noon to 9 p.m., will take on a casual summer backyard bbq theme with a Hawaiian twist.
DENVER - June 4, 2018 – Coming off of the success of their recent Collaboration Fest beer, I Can’t Believe It’s Butter, Molly’s Spirits and New Image Brewing will release their second collaboration, Better Together, June 8 at Molly’s Spirits, followed by a release party at New Image Brewing on June 14.
“New Image has been a fantastic partner to work with, said Tony Doria, beer manager at Molly’s Spirits. “They continue to push the envelope for developing innovative beers and have established themselves as a rising star in the industry in a short amount of time. Our creative energies aligned in such a way that a partnership for this project was only natural.”
Better Together is an exploration of the hazy New England Style IPA. The collaboration beer utilizes the base beer from New Image’s flagship IPA, Coriolis Effect, but the individual hop varietals were chosen from some of the brewery’s most popular variants, which include Citra and Mosaic. At 6.5 percent ABV, Better Together is a juicy, citrus-forward beer with bright, floral and tropical notes. The result is a refreshingly smooth IPA that is best enjoyed fresh under the Colorado sun.
Inspired by a mutual desire to create a high quality beer, Molly’s and New Image is also committed to give back to the community they serve. One dollar of every case sold of Better Together at Molly’s will be donated by Molly’s Spirits and matched by New Image to the Jefferson Center for Mental Health.
For Brandon Capps, founder of New Image, partnering with the resource and mental health center is especially meaningful.
“They've directly impacted my life with counseling services for stress, and I have met some amazing people working with the company,” said Capps. “They're very professional and committed to what they do for our community and we're honored to partner with them.”
Better Together will be available in six-packs at Molly’s Spirits on June 8 while supplies last. On June 14, Molly’s and New Image will host a Better Together release patio party at New Image’s restaurant and brewery in Arvada at 6 p.m. The party will feature games and giveaways that riff on the concept of Better Together such as three-legged races and couples trivia.
About Molly’s Spirits:
If you’ve been searching for your new go-to liquor store, look no further than Molly’s Spirits - often touted as Colorado’s most beautiful liquor store. Lofty recognition, right? We would challenge you to check it out and see if you agree! Molly’s is located right off I-70 and Sheridan and sits around 30,000 sq ft. You would think it’s just another big box warehouse liquor store, but walk inside and it feels just as intimate as your corner bottle shop. With an in-house cicerone and sommelier you won’t find comparable customer service anywhere, this staff knows their stuff. Molly’s has over 12,000 wines, beers & spirits to wet your whistle, with a huge focus on Colorado craft.
About New Image Brewing:
At New Image, we have united our love of brewing and with our desire to curate community by creating a brewpub with an emphasis on social dining. As a part of our commitment to positively impact the people we serve, we are dedicated to a cause that we care deeply about and that affects nearly everyone we come in contact with, the continued support of mental wellness. We strive to foster a sense of community in everything we do, to encourage open discussion among friends and family, and to invest in organizations that positively impact our community. We have experienced the impact of this kind of support in our own lives, and now we seek to scale the experience and to impact the community that we are honored to be a part of.
More than 175 musical acts have been announced, including over a dozen headliners like Alvvays, Deerhunter and Digable Planets, and more supporting acts, for the 18th annual Underground Music Showcase (UMS). UMS, the largest indie music festival in the Rocky Mountain region, returns to South Broadway July 27-29.
Call to Arms Brewing Company will host its second annual Hop Month this June, but this year it will be called McLovin Month. Why McLovin Month, you ask? Well, because they added more hops to it! McLovin Month is a month-long celebration of all things hoppy, and the moniker stems from the brewery’s love of hops, which has led to the addition of even more hoppy beers to the brewery’s roster!
Molly’s Spirits and Aspen Brewing Company will be releasing Molly’s Sip of Colorado, a collaboration beer that will be available in June. This is the third collaboration beer from Molly’s Spirits this year, following I Can’t Believe It’s Butter, created for the 2018 Collaboration Fest, and Better Together – both with New Image Brewing.
On Saturday, June 2 from 1 – 8 p.m. Dozens of food trucks will line Welton Street from 25th Street to 29th Street in Five Points for the first event of Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally Summer Series. Two Parts will partner with Mile High Festivals again this year to create a memorable community celebration and honor the neighborhood in which the food festival made its inaugural debut.
Call to Arms Brewing will release Old Old Wooden Ship on Thursday, June 14. This port barrel-aged sour saison has notes of ripe nectarine, grapefruit, guava and tart cherry.
UMS is a three-day discovery of the multiverse of incredibly talented bands from in and around the Denver metro area, in addition to national acts. More than just a music festival, UMS attendees can expect an elevated food and beverage program, plenty of live entertainment including comedy acts and podcast recordings, panel discussions and, of course, the best live music the city has to offer.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – May 15, 2018 - Maxline Brewing is hosting an anniversary bash on June 16 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., complete with food trucks, live music, giveaways, adoptable pups, a newly tapped beer – and a newly expanded new space that more than doubles the taproom seating capacity and doubles the brewery’s fermentation capacity.
“We truly believe we owe our success to the entire Maxline Family – both our fantastic staff and the guests that have made this all possible,” said Kevin Gearhardt, Maxline co-owner. “It feels great to reach the second anniversary with our original brewery family still with us, along with all of the guests and new employees we've adopted into that family since opening.”
Live music will be provided throughout the day from Larry & The Pour Boys, Max Flinn and Drifting West. The Goodness, The Rollin’ Stone Wood Fired Pizzeria and Mile High Lobster Shack will be serving fare from their food trucks during the party.
From 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Animal House Rescue will be at the brewery with adoptable dogs. Giveaways will be going on all day, including Maxline merchandise, gift certificates from accounts and event tickets. A photo booth will be available for attendees to remember this anniversary for years to come. Additionally, a new Imperial Red will be tapped to commemorate the occasion. The party continues into June 17 with a special Father’s Day Comedy Brewers improv show at 7 p.m. and into June 18 with Bigger, Better, Beer & Bingo, which promises more than $500 in prizes.
The anniversary party coincides with the opening of its expanded brewery and tasting room. With the expansion, the brewery will more than double its current square footage, going from 1,950 square feet to 4,450 square feet. The brewhouse will welcome three more fermentation tanks, new lab equipment, a barrel aging space and canning line.
“Our second year has been a wild ride with incredible business growth and moving full-steam ahead with the expansion. We’re incredibly excited to unveil to the community our labor of love with this weekend-long celebration,” said Gearhardt.
About Maxline Brewing
Fostering craft, community, and culture, Maxline Brewing is a neighborhood brewery located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Maxline’s commitment to quality malt, hops, water, and yeast mirrors the brewery’s passion for unique and rich craft beers. With warm and friendly beertenders, Maxline welcomes you to enjoy their space as if it were your own living room. Dedicated to serving the community in which the brewery serves, the Maxline Brewing family is committed to serving a minimum of 30 hours of community service each month. For more information visit www.maxlinebrewing.com.
Call to Arms Brewing Company is excited to announce a gold medal win for More Like Bore-O-Phyll in the Fresh or Wet Hop Ale category. Awards took place on May 3, 2018 at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn.
Two Parts is excited to announce the launch of Truck Stop: Food Truck Rally Summer Series, a four-part community food truck rally that celebrates Colorado’s fleet of amazing food trucks in the communities they serve. Last September, Two Parts launched Truck Stop as a delectable and vibrant homage to the Five Points neighborhood and the city of Denver. This June, Two Parts will kick-off the first of four Truck Stop events, starting in the same neighborhood in which it made its inaugural debut. The series will then continue to highlight a different theme and neighborhood community throughout the summer.
Great Divide Brewing Company introduces two new seasonal beers during the second quarter – Vanilla Oak Aged Yeti and Wood Werks No. 2 Flemish Sour Brown Ale. Meanwhile, Rumble Oak Aged IPA rejoins the lineup and seasonal favorite Roadie Grapefruit Radler makes its triumphant return to cans for the second year.
Great Divide Brewing Company has been awarded a $16,000 grant to launch a recycling program in the RiNo neighborhood. The funding is part of the Recycling Resources Economic Opportunity (RREO) competitive grant program, which is administered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The brewery will use the grant to establish themselves as a community recycling center for small manufacturing businesses in the RiNo neighborhood.