Denver Craft Brewing News February 2020.
It’s an exciting time to be in the brewing business in Denver. From fun events and trends, to pilot programs that benefit the environment, Colorado’s brewing industry leaders are moving and shaking. What’s happening this month? Here are your top news Denver brewing news stories.
Mile High Grilled Cheese & Beer Fest
Love grilled cheese and great beer? This is your festival. Join some of the top local chefs at the 2020 Mile High Grilled Cheese & Beer Fest. Enjoy grilled cheese bites from participating restaurants in an array of styles. In between bites, try a variety of craft breweries, live entertainment, games and more! Saturday February 15th, Runway 35 Park.
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5 Colorado Beer Trends to Watch
Beer trends to watch. Namely, CBD/THC infused beers, Latino breweries, multiple taprooms, sustainable production, and innovative business practices.
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Colorado Marijuana, Beer Industries Partner to Recycle CO2
Cannabis and Beer team up to reduce carbon emissions. Denver Beer Co. and the Clinic, a marijuana dispensary chain with several growing operations, are working on a recycling program aimed at reducing carbon dioxide waste across both the craft-beer and cannabis industries.
Beer Calendar: Hearts, Flowers, Kisses and Pliny the Younger
The Rocky Mountain Brewing Symposium is a one-day event that brings together some of the most interesting topics and people in the local beer scene. It returns to Colorado Springs on Friday, February 21 and is open to beer-nerds of all kinds: brewers, industry pros, homebrewers, and would-be brewery owners. The symposium costs $99 and includes nearly ten hours of technical seminars, sensory training classes, networking, breakfast and lunch.
Molson Coors acquires its 1st craft brewery in 4 years
Recently, Molson Coors Beverage Co. announced the purchase of Atwater Brewery of Detroit, marking the first time since 2016 that the now-Chicago-based company has acquired another brewery. This move speaks to new revitalization efforts under new CEO Gavin Hattersley that could involve more activity involving both independent breweries and non-beer makers.
Coronavirus Has Nothing To Do With Corona Beer, But Some People In Colorado Think It Does
Some people think the coronavirus is somehow related to Corona beer. According to Google Trends, searches for the terms “Corona beer virus” and “beer virus” have spiked over the past week – especially in Colorado. Our state ranks #5 nationally in searches for “Corona beer virus.”
There you have it. Your top 10 Denver craft brewing stories. At Satire, we brew delicious nano-beers that people love. Every day we work hard to perfect our recipes and improve our flavors. Visit us for great beer, food, and fun!