THE GILDED BREWHOUSE
SCIENCE ON TAP
Our brewmaster guides homebrewers through the science behind aging your beer, from the molecular evaluation of beers to to the patience and experimentation required of your favorite batch of "spiced chocolate apricot stout."
IN THE BREWHOUSE
A glimpse of a brewhouse in action: from milling the malts, turning those malts into wort in the mash tun, boiling with hops in the kettle, and through the heat exchanger to the fermentation tanks.
ON THE DOCKET
CELASTRINA HOP FARM
Our next feature will take you just north of Fort Collins to the Celastrina Hop Farm, where we visit Drew and Kiki and talk Colorado hop production, best practices, and farming with the local brewing industry in mind.
COLORADO BEER NEWS
Colorado breweries would get big tax break under Republican tax proposal | Nov 29, 2017 | Denver Post
How Colorado ranks nationally in the craft beer scene | Nov 1, 2017 | 9 News
Beer brewed in Jordan by CU grad takes the craft world by storm | Oct 23, 2017 | Denver Post
Ten Fun Facts About Colorado's Booze Industry | Oct 11, 2017 | Westword
38 Colorado brewers medal at 2017 Great American Beer Festival | Oct 8, 2017 | Denver Business Journal
The Brewtography Project: Artful Photography Inspired by Colorado Craft Beer | Oct 5, 2017 | 5280 Magazine
If your beer is local, these days more of its ingredients are local, too | Oct 5, 2017 | Denver Business Journal
A Brief History of Colorado's Long Love Affair with the Sour Beer | Oct 5, 2017 | 303 Magazine
“Craft beer” faces an identity crisis as Great American Beer Festival arrives in Denver | Oct 2, 2017 | The Know
The Brewtography Project: Artful Photography Inspired by Colorado Craft Beer
Dustin Hall captures the magic of the Centennial State's brewery scene in his images, which are currently on display at Hotel Teatro and will be featured in a soon-to-be-released coffee table book.
BY CHRISTINE DEORIO | OCTOBER 5, 2017
Like many great creative ideas, this one began with a beer. Photographer Dustin Hall and his wife had just moved to Denver, and like many newcomers, were checking out the local brewing scene. As they visited breweries, distilleries, and cideries, Hall began to notice that he was just as inspired by his surroundings as he was by the contents of his glass. “What really did it for me was the aesthetics of the different environments—generally speaking, lots of wood up front, lots of metal in the back,” he says... (Read full article here).