|The Governor and I|
"Beer in Colorado" is dedicated to that divine elixir born of the marriage of water, malt, hops, and yeast as interpreted
by those living in Colorado. Follow the author as he visits every brewery in the state, creates experimental homebrews,
attends beer festivals, tries interesting beers from around the world, and spreads the good word of beer. Prost!
Monday, December 31, 2012
Saturday, December 15, 2012
|Left to right: Coolship, Louisville, Mendacious, Newtonian, Regular, & Tsar Bomba|
|Cool light fixture at Gravity|
Saturday, December 8, 2012
|I wasn't able to give money to charity but I was able to up the price making others gave more to charity|
Friday, November 30, 2012
|BSB Red Ale|
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
|Here's the only sign letting you know you're at the right place|
I don’t mean to give the impression that the taproom is cold and lifeless, though; quite to the contrary, the muted nature of the space allows the highlights to pop ever more colorfully. For example, the back of the bar is designed like your grandparents’ bookshelf resplendent with eclectic books, musical instruments, desk lamps, board games, and other assorted tchotchkes. The big-bulb Christmas lights strung from the rafters also lend a festive air while the vinyl record sound system provides a little something for the hipsters.
|Left to right: Huckleberry Roasters, Brown Ale, IPA, Pale Ale, Saison, Proletariat|
|Seen on a car outside Our Mutual Friend; I guess it's obvious they'd support him over the guy who doesn't drink|
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Beer and Beer and Winemaking Supplies
A couple of announcements:
1. The Strange Brew Shop Facebook page is back up. If you'd like to continue giving them a piece of your mind, please do so in a decent manner.
2. Brian Powers, the owner of Strange Brew Shop in Marlboro, Mass. has left an open letter on the original Westword article, his company's facebook page, and here on the Keep Strange Brewing Strange page. Read and respond if you like.
3. This page was not started by the guys at Strange BrewING. It was started by a fan of Strange BrewING. So Mr. Powers has his facts wrong.
4. I'd suggest you get down to Strange BrewING as soon as possible to try the Munich Dunkel. No word yet if the producers of the movie "Munich" will be suing, though there have been hints that Dunkin' Donuts might. Must be a Massachusetts thing, because we don't play that way in Denver, AKA Brew City USA.
Stay thirsty, stay happy, stay STRANGE!