This German-Style Kolsch was made with local Colorado Honey and Lavender to celebrate. Flower Power combines floral aromas from honey and lavender to create an easy drinking, light summer ale.
Asher Brewing Co. will have an Organic Imperial Ginger Ale on tap as part of their Open Space Series. Asher uses all organic ingredients and is powered by renewable energy as part of their commitment to sustainability. $1 off if you participated in a stewardship event!
Broken Compass Brewing Company will be celebrating their anniversary with experimental and small-batch brews. They will be creating a spruce tip IPA called "Spruce Almighty" to pay homage to the mountains of Breckenridge.
Aspen Brewing Co. uses fresh water from the Castle Creek Valley in their beer. They are "downstream of nobody". In honor of the mountains that provide clean water, they will be offering BOGO on their Spring Fling Ale.
Mountain Tap Brewery’s “Get Out!” Belgian farmhouse-style saison was brewed to celebrate Colorado’s public lands. Made with Colorado-grown malted barley & wheat from Root Shoots Malting, it’s earthy, spicy, tangy and quenching.
Kannah Creek Brewing Company is surrounded by amazing public lands, including the Colorado National Monument. They will be offering a "Monument" traditional Irish style red ale with medium malt body and a light hop bitterness.
Special Colorado Public Lands Day Brew
Rockslide Brewery will be creating a special beer to honor the public lands on the Western Slope of Colorado.
Colorado Public Lands Day Beer
The Bootleggers Society is comprised of all six Durango breweries: Ska Brewing, Steamworks, Carvers, Brew, Durango Brewing, and Animas Brewing. They will be teaming up to brew a special pale ale to celebrate the holiday, which will be on tap at all the breweries in Durango on May 20th.
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