Gunner’s Libation: Get Your Beer Here
Breweries participating in the Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival include*:
14er Brewing Company, Denver
Aspen Brewing Company, Aspen
Bonfire Brewing, Eagle
Boulder Beer Company, Boulder
Bruz Beers, Denver
Capitol Creek Brewery, Basalt
Cerebral Brewing, Denver
Elevation Beer Company, Poncha Springs
Epic Brewing Company, Denver
FATE Brewing Company, Boulder
Fiction Beer Company, Denver
Florence Brewing Company, Florence
Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co., Glenwood Springs
Golden City Brewery, Golden
Grist Brewing Company, Highlands Ranch Hideaway Park Brewery
Winter Park Irwin Brewing Company, Crested Butte
Odd13 Brewing, Lafayette
Odell Brewing Company, Fort Collins
Oskar Blues Brewery, Lyons
Our Mutual Friend, Denver
Palisade Brewing Company, Palisade
Paradox Beer Company, Divide
Roaring Fork Beer Company, Carbondale
Rock Bottom Brewery, Broomfield
Sanitas Brewing Company, Boulder
Storm Peak Brewing, Steamboat Springs
Telluride Brewing Company, Telluride
Upslope Brewing Company, Boulder
Verboten Brewing, Loveland
*subject to change
The summer festival season kicks off this weekend with a good one: The Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, June 10. Presented by the Colorado Brewers Guild, the Rendezvous serves up suds from 25 Colorado craft breweries during a three-hour grand tasting event. Local favorites include Aspen Brewing Co., Capitol Creek Brewery, Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co. and Roaring Fork Beer Co. — all of which have passed muster with our local beer critics. Also on tap that day in Snowmass: the Porsche Club of America Rocky Mountain Car Show in Base Village and the first Snowmass Free Concert featuring Hot Buttered Rum. For more info or to buy Rendezvous tickets, visit http://www.snowmassbeer.com.
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