Craft Beer

Tuesdays with Gabriel Mervine

Jul 18, 2017

Have you been in yet to check out the live jazz at Spangalang Brewery on Tuesday nights? The fantastic and talented Gabriel Mervine and crew will bring the music, and as always, they got your beer needs taken care of. Music starts at 7pm, no cover charge.

Spangalang Brewery presents
Gabriel Mervine
Tuesdays at 7pm

 

 

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Twenty years ago today, the bloom was on full in lower downtown Denver.  Maybe that was even before they called it "LoDo."  Brothers Chris and Steve Black dared to open a tap house a half-block from Coors Field.  And despite its ominous moniker, the Falling Rock Tap House is still standing at 1919 Blake Street.  Chris Black joined Steve and Rodney on "First Take with Lando and Chavis."

Five Points' celebrated brewery Spangalang (named for the classic jazz cymbal ride pattern) celebrates one year in business this weekend.  Co-founders Taylor Rees and Darren Boyd visited "First Take with Lando and Chavis" with stories and tastes.

Even though Rees, Boyd and Austin Wiley are experienced brewers, they're on feeling a bit giddy with the first year's success.  Their popular Belgian table beer "Sugarfoot" won a gold medal at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival.  "I think we brewed that beer a whopping month and a half after we opened," said Rees.  

Little Man Ice Cream Craft Beer Week! | Mar 11-18

Mar 8, 2016

Craft Beer Week at Little Man Ice Cream

Little Man Ice Cream is pleased to once again host its 2nd annual Craft Beer Week this March 11-18th!
 

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On the Front Range of Colorado, (aka the "Napa Valley of Beer"), the craft brewers industry gathers in Denver this week. With  new brew pubs opening almost weekly in many neighborhoods around town, we asked the economist for the Brewers Association (www.brewersassociation.org) Bart Watson for an early "economic state of the industry." While Watson says sales for craft brews are way up (18% by volume in 2013),  "Things like quality, capacity are going to be worries for the industry going forward.