Pliny the Younger finds its way to Barrels & Bottles Brewery for one day only.Read More
Barrels & Bottles will celebrate their Fifth anniversary Sunday, September 2 featuring 45+ beers on tap and all drinks available for just $5— including beer, wine, and wine slushies.Read More
Barrels & Bottles’ former head brewers returned to the brewery to craft Dusty Bottoms, a special Berliner Weisse with tamarind fruit that will tap Thursday, June 21.Read More
Pale Boy Ale V weighs in at 5% ABV and uses five different malt varieties and five hop varieties, including semi-rare German hops which lend fruity notes of cherry and raspberry.Read More
In 2017, RadCraft's partners brewed more than 93,000 BBL of beer, employed 1,154 people, and contributed more than $100,000 to charity.Read More
The Second Annual Ho Ho Ho Slapdown on December 3 at Bierstadt Lagerhaus includes six breweries, including Barrels & Bottles Brewery and Comrade Brewing.Read More
Earlier this summer Barrels & Bottles Brewery hired Greg Moore to direct brewing operations at its 3 BBL brewhouse in downtown Golden.Read More
Our brewery partners are working with local neighbors and notable out-of-state breweries on #CollabFest17 beers! They've taken time to barrel-age beers in Colorado whiskey and wine barrels, and used a variety of experimental hops and culinary ingredients. Learn more about the beers here.Read More
GOLDEN, CO — Barrels & Bottles Brewery is proud to announce Cory Carvatt as its new Head Brewer. Carvatt joined the company in November 2015, and has since created several new beers that are now Barrels & Bottles in-house staples like the Orange Creamsicle Ale, a Blonde Ale brewed with orange peel and vanilla beans.
Carvatt came to Barrels & Bottles Brewery from the brewing team by way of beertending staff at Dry Dock Brewing Company. While brewing there he attended the American Brewer's Guild.
“I fell in love with wine and beer while working for my parents at their liquor store,” says Carvatt. “Left with the opportunity to go to New Zealand to work a summer internship at a wine vineyard or interview for a beertending gig at Dry Dock, I decided beer was my future.”
Learn more about Cory’s brewing story on Tuesday, March 22 at Barrels & Bottles’ Meet The Brewer Night for Colorado Craft Beer Week. From 4 to 8pm, the brewpub is pouring complimentary five-ounce tastes of house beers. There are more details about this event on the brewery’s Facebook page.
For more information about Barrels & Bottles contact Abby George at email@example.com.
ABOUT BARRELS & BOTTLES BREWERY
Zach and Abby George opened Barrels & Bottles on 12th Street in downtown Golden in October 2013. The brewpub has 22 beer taps, as well as 24 wines on tap, and a farm-fresh food menu with cheese platters, baguettes, and various beer-friendly small plates. Barrels & Bottles was named Golden Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year in 2014.
GOLDEN, CO — Barrels & Bottles Brewery in downtown Golden was just named the 2014 Golden Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year. This longstanding recognition is dedicated annually to a for-profit member of the Golden Chamber of Commerce that has contributed to both the local economy and to regional activities in exceptional ways.
“Barrels & Bottles has already established themselves in the Golden community,” says the Chamber’s Member Services Director Jayne Byl about the less than two-year-old brewpub. “In a couple of quick, crazy years they have contributed to the community by honoring others with fundraising opportunities, as well as participating in street fairs and several other City of Golden events.”
Barrels & Bottles regularly supports Chamber of Commerce functions like the Taste of Golden, the Fine Arts Festival, the Golden Chili Cook-off & Beer Festival, First Friday events, and the Golden Ladies Only Sample Tour, among other events and organizations. Zach and Abby George are also members of the Chamber’s Young Professionals Group.
ABOUT THE GOLDEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The 95-year-old Golden Chamber of Commerce is organized to support Golden’s businesses and create a sense of community between them. The Golden Young Professionals Group (GoldenYP) is a membership organization for talented, up-and-coming professionals ages 21-40 committed to building a better city. For more information about the Golden Chamber of Commerce, visit goldenchamberyp.org.
ABOUT BARRELS & BOTTLES BREWERY
Zach and Abby George opened Barrels & Bottles on 12th Street in downtown Golden in October 2013. The brewpub typically has five to seven house-made beers flowing through its 22 beer taps, as well as 24 wines on tap, and a farm-fresh food menu with cheese platters, baguettes, and various beer-friendly small plates. Barrels & Bottles’ Head Brewer Kim Collins is one of two female head brewers in the state of Colorado. Find the company at barrelsbottles.com.
For more information about Barrels & Bottles or its recent Chamber of Commerce recognition, contact Abby George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOLDEN, CO— Barrels & Bottles Brewery, Golden’s newest brewery and pub, celebrates its grand opening tomorrow Friday, September 20th at 5 p.m. The new tap room at 600 12th Street will be serving half pours of its very limited first batches, including a German rye ale and a blond ale made by head brewer Shaun Salyards.
In addition to Shaun’s beers, Barrels & Bottles is debuting with 17 guest taps, and 24 kinds of wine on tap. “We’re creating a tap list that reflects who we feel are under-represented in this area,” says Shaun. Barrels & Bottles is Equinox Brewing’s first non-Fort Collins account and Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Projects first account in Golden.
The new bar also boasts one of the state’s only fusion towers that infuses beer with fresh hops, coffees, and other botanicals to enhance aromas.
After this weekend, the new pub will launch its small plates menu that will be handcrafted from scratch by co-owner Abigail Schuh George. She and her husband Zachary George moved to Colorado in 2012 with Barrels & Bottles in mind. They spent their first few years in the state touring countless Colorado breweries and attending festivals like Odell’s Small Batch Fest where they met their head brewer.
Barrels & Bottles also offers a variety of bulk olive oils and vinegars for sale. Much like a growler fill, you can return with your empty bottle for eco-friendly refills.
The Barrels & Bottles bar was built out of old doors and barrel staves from Rocky Mountain Barrel Company, and all of the barstools and tables in the tap room are reclaimed. Even the water station is built out of an old barrel. One of their walls sports a glass panel from their front windows slated for brewery stickers.
Follow Barrels & Bottles on Twitter @BarrelBottleUS. Like the brewery on Facebook here.
Visit the brewery online at barrelsbottles.com.