Deerhammer's cornerstone contribution to the field of American craft spirits, Single Malt Whiskey, has become the company's flagship product.Read More
DENVER, CO— Today Bierstadt Lagerhaus releases its Velorama Vienna Lager Release brewed for the Velorama Colorado Fetival and Colorado Classic bike race.
This beer is a 5.6% ABV lager with low bitterness, copper color, and toasty malt flavor balanced with a dry finish. The recipe includes Vienna malt, Pilsner malt, hallertauer tradition hops, and German Lager yeast. It will be sold on tap at a number of locations in the Metro area and in Crowlers at Bierstadt Lagerhaus.
The official beer release will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday, August 3, with live music from 5 to 9 pm. Meet Brewers and Owners Ashleigh Carter and Bill Eye, who opened Bierstadt last year at 2875 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205
This beer is just one of the ways the neighborhood is partnering with organizers of the upcoming Velorama Colorado Fetival and Colorado Classic bike race. Members of the Drink RiNo group are also the offical adult-beverage partners, meaning their beer, wine and cider will be sold exclusively at race stages in Colorado Springs (Aug. 10) and Breckenridge (Aug. 11) and for the Velorama festival in Denver (Aug. 11-13), which includes the final two stages of the race.
With 15 independently owned breweries, cideries, wineries and distilleries in a roughly 1-mile radius, RiNo has one of the highest concentrations of adult craft beverage producers in the U.S -- and we're proud to partner with the whole Drink RiNo group: Beryl’s Beer Co. Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Bigsby’s Folly, Black Shirt Brewing Co., The Block Distilling Co., C Squared Ciders, Epic Brewing, Great Divide Brewing Co., Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery, Ironton Distillery & Crafthouse, Mockery Brewing Co., Our Mutual Friend Brewing Co., Ratio Beerworks, Stem Ciders and Zephyr Brewing Co.
Find Bierstadt Lagerhaus online at bierstadtlager.com. For more information contact Ashleigh Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org
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BUENA VISTA, CO — Last year, Deerhammer Distilling produced more handcrafted spirits than ever before and experienced record growth in sales, which are up by 262 percent statewide, among other milestones.
Here is Deerhammer Distilling’s 2016 Year In Review
In 2016, Deerhammer distilled 6,217 gallons of whiskey. The majority of this volume represents the distillery’s flagship product Single Malt Whiskey. Deerhammer only distributes its spirits in the state of Colorado.
Last year Deerhammer reinvigorated its package with new glass bottles that have a traditional whiskey shape with sleek curvature. The new label designs are cleaner and bolder, with incorporated visual elements that commemorate why Deerhammer crafts whiskey in Buena Vista— including compass points on each corner to highlight the distillery’s rugged mountain surroundings. Also included in the new design is a small illustration of nearby Mount Princeton, river waves, wind, and diamond trailhead markers. The new labels were designed by Tim Praetzel out of Austin, Texas.
Next month at the Colorado Brewers Guild’s Collaboration Fest, Locavore Beer Works and Aquanaut Brewing will serve a beer that was aged in Deerhammer Single Malt Whiskey barrels. Look for more details about this beer on Deerhammer’s Facebook page.
Next for Deerhammer is the roll out of the Progeny Series, a lineup of small-batch spirits created through inspired partnerships with other crafters in Colorado, including a whiskey and chocolate pairing with Cultura Chocolate, and other collaborations with Wit’s End Brewing Company, Call To Arms Brewing, Crooked Stave, and Colorado Cider Company.
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ABOUT DEERHAMMER DISTILLING
Steeped in Tradition. Crafted in Colorado.
Amy and Lenny Eckstein founded Deerhammer in 2010. Drawn to Buena Vista, Colorado by the whitewater currents of the Arkansas River, their passion for whiskey is driven by that same adventurous spirit. As artisans and business owners, Amy and Lenny’s process is defined by a deep curiosity for the history of spirits and a thoughtful analysis of each individual step of the distilling process. Deerhammer's cornerstone contribution to the field of American craft spirits, Single Malt Whiskey, has become the company's flagship product. Deerhammer also distills Whitewater Whiskey, Buena Vista Brandy, and Dutch Style Gin. Find the distillery online at deerhammer.com.
ARVADA, CO — The famed Yak & Yeti Brewpub, recognized as one of Colorado’s best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food restaurants and known for its award-winning beers, today announced its rebrand as Spice Trade Brewing.
Under the brewing direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler (pictured), Spice Trade will be a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti’s Restaurant in Arvada. It will supply the beer for Yak & Yeti’s two other locations, the original restaurant in Westminster and the event center in South Denver. Growlers are available at the brewpub . Spice Trade’s canned beers will be distributed in the Denver Metro area later this year.
Spice Trade produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. “The Yak & Yeti beer has always taken a little bit of inspiration from the culinary world,” says Tyler, who joined the Yak & Yeti team in summer 2016 as Head Brewer, “but this will be the main focus of our beer going forward as we unveil the Spice Trade brand. Our Chai Milk Stout, blended with the owners’ secret, family recipe of chai spices and Jalapeño Lena Pilsner are great examples of our culinary influences.”
Spice Trade will continue to brew Yak & Yeti staples such as the Chai Milk Stout, Jalapeño Lena Pilsner, Himalayan IPA, and Sun Temple IPA. It will add several new ingredient-focused beers to the lineup as well, including Szechuan Saison and Mayan Chocolate Russian Imperial Stout that will debut at the Spice Trade launch party on Wednesday, February 15. Visit the company’s new website, spicetradebrewing.com, for details about this celebration.
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ABOUT SPICE TRADE BREWING
Spice Trade Brewing produces unique beer styles inspired by culinary ingredients and traditions from around the world. Formerly Yak & Yeti Brewpub, Spice Trade is now a stand-alone brewery operating out of Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Arvada Colorado under the direction of Head Brewer Jeff Tyler who joined the company in summer 2016. The brewery hand-crafts a wide variety of beer in small batches on a 7 barrel brewhouse with a focus on high quality, ingredient centered beer. Find Spice Trade online at spicetradebrewing.com.
ABOUT YAK & YETI
Yak & Yeti was founded in 2003 by Dol Bhattarai in Westminster. The company has since launched the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Brewpub, now called Spice Trade, in Arvada's oldest historic house on Ralston Road in 2008 and the Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Event Center on East Hampden in Denver in 2014. Its beers have been the recipients of multiple Great American Beer Festival® awards and its restaurants are recognized often for serving some of the best Indian, Nepalese, and Tibetan food in the state. Find Yak & Yeti online at theyakandyeti.com.
LONE TREE, CO — In 2016, Lone Tree Brewing Company welcomed a new head brewer, added two states outside of Colorado to its distribution footprint, underwent major expansion, and launched the Branching Out bomber series, among other business milestones.
Here is Lone Tree Brewing’s 2016 Year In Review —
In January 2016, Lone Tree announced its New Head brewer Josh West. Most notably the creator of the 2015 GABF® Silver Medal Winning Summer Siesta Mexican Lager, West has worked at the brewery since 2012. Throughout the year, he reinvigorated the small batch pilot program for experimental beers, introduced new seasonal offerings, and even tweaked some of Lone Tree’s flagship recipes.
In March 2016, Lone Tree purchased a new bottling line (affectionately named Barack Obomber) that gave way to the Branching Out Series, a series of experimental, limited quantity beers in 22-ounce bombers. This lineup of beers includes Cranberry Saison, Triple IPA, and Arctic Spice Old Ale.
Also in spring of 2016, Lone Tree began out-of-state distribution. Lone Tree’s canned flagship beers— Acres O'Green Irish Red, Hoptree Double IPA, Mountain Mama Helles, and Peach Pale Ale— are now available in select liquor stores, bars, and restaurants in Kansas and Nebraska.
In July 2016, Lone Tree nearly doubled its number of seats when it completed the expansion of its tasting room and outdoor patio. The new seating area, known as the West Wing, sports a massive indoor bocce ball court, big screen TVs, and board games. The West Wing has ample space for booking meetings and special events.
In December 2016, Lone Tree Brewing celebrated its fifth anniversary with a weekend of special events and tappings.
Lone Tree brewed more than 2,000 barrels of beer in 2016. Throughout the year the brewery raised more than $10,000 for nonprofit organizations.
Lone Tree Brewing has new beers in store for the Branching Out series in 2017, as well as a significant rebrand that includes a new logo and a fresh lineup of can and bomber artwork. Keep an eye out for Lone Tree’s new look in coming months.
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ABOUT LONE TREE BREWING COMPANY
Take Roots and Grow Friends
Lone Tree Brewing Company is Lone Tree, Colorado’s first craft brewery and tasting room, located near Park Meadows Mall. Opening Lone Tree Brewing Company in 2011 meant much more to its owners than just serving beer. To them the brewery is about creating a community atmosphere where people who share their excitement in the science, experimentation, and development of a handcrafted beer can feel right at home.
Visit the brewery online at lonetreebrewingco.com. Like the brewery on Facebook at
facebook.com/LoneTreeBrewingCo, follow the brewery on Instagram @lonetreebrewingco, or
tweet to the brewery on Twitter @lonetreebrewing.
LONE TREE, CO — Lone Tree Brewing Company will celebrate its fifth anniversary on December 8, with several events to follow through December 10. Over the past 5 years, the city of Lone Tree, it’s residents, neighbors, family, friends and even distant travelers have gathered together over pints in the brewery’s tasting room on Park Meadows Drive.
Beginning Thursday, December 8, Lone Tree will tap a series of small-batch beers each day, concluding with the brewery’s official anniversary beer— Toasted Coconut Brown Ale. Here is the brewery’s schedule of celebrations:
Thursday, December 8
Mile High Music Patrol will host a special LTBC trivia beginning at 6pm and the brewery will tap Imperial Peach IPA.
Friday, December 9
LTBC owners and staff will conduct the “Walk Through Time” tour from 5 to 7pm, discussing brewery beginnings, how the company has grown in the last five years, and what’s on the horizon. Lone Tree will tap their Winter Ale, Patagonia Pale.
Saturday, December 10
The LTBC anniversary celebration will culminate with the 5th Anniversary Soiree at 4pm. Jessie’s Smokin’ Nola will be on site serving lunch, dinner, and passed appetizers in the tasting room. The official anniversary brew, Toasted Coconut Brown Ale, will tap at 4pm, as well as Tequila Barrel-Aged Hop Tree IIPA, Coffee IPA, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter.
The LTBC team would like to invite all of their fans, friends and family to join this anniversary celebration in the community spirit of Lone Tree and its first craft brewery.
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ABOUT LONE TREE BREWING COMPANY
Take Roots and Grow Friends
Lone Tree Brewing Company is a European-style craft brewery and tasting room located in Lone Tree, Colorado near Park Meadows Mall. Opening Lone Tree Brewing Company in 2011 meant much more to its owners than just serving beer. To them the brewery is about creating a community atmosphere where people who share their excitement in the science, experimentation, and development of a handcrafted beer can feel right at home.
Visit the brewery online at lonetreebrewingco.com. Like the brewery on Facebook at
facebook.com/LoneTreeBrewingCo, follow the brewery on Instagram @lonetreebrewingco, or tweet to the brewery on Twitter @lonetreebrewing.