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Bluegrass and Beer Festival Events in Warren Station
August 6, 2016 @ 12:00 am - August 7, 2016 @ 5:00 pmFree
Beer Seminars and Displays at Warren Station
In honor of the festival’s 20th anniversary, Warren Station will celebrate the frothy beverage that brings people together, for free!
New Belgium “Fat Tire and Friends” Collaboration
Saturday, August 6th at 12:00pm
New Belgium’s Fat Tire is one of the most popular craft choices for Amber Ale lovers. How can the sweet, biscuity and caramel malt taste possibly get better? New Belgium will show you how five different breweries collaborated and put a “spin” on the classic flavor. Yum.
Homebrew Hub on Warren Station Patio
Saturday, August 6th and Sunday, August 7th
1:00pm – 5:00pm
Enhance your homebrewing skills! The Warren Station patio transforms into a “Homebrew Hub” as groups like, “CO-Brew” celebrate comradery and share tips for beer-making enthusiasts.
CO-Brew will be demonstrating all-grain brewing by making ten gallon batches of beer. See a variety of homebrew equipment, ingredient kits and visit with their team of expert homebrewers. That’s right. EXPERT HOMEBREWERS. Co-Brew is also participating as one of the featured breweries during the festival, so don’t forget your Bluegrass and Beer Glass Pass to sample what’s on tap. Purchase your Bluegrass and Beer Festival Beer Glass Pass here.
CO-Brew is Denver’s only homebrew supply store, small-scale brewery, and brew-on-premises facility in one location. They offer all ingredients and equipment to brew at home, as well as lessons for those wanting to learn. The brew-on-premises facility is perfect for corporate team-building activities, bachelor parties, family reunions, birthdays, or date nights. With eight rotating beers on tap, you may enjoy a beer while you shop or brew!
Homebrew Seminar with the American Homebrewers Association – FREE Admission
Sunday, August 7th
Beer has been domestic since its advent and despite easy access to good brews these days, we are drinking up the homebrew and craft craze. Whether you are already creating your own concoctions or venturing into “do it yourself” beer, this seminar conducted by the American Homebrewers Association, will help you hone your skills. Stay tuned for specific topic discussion! http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/