Saturday, October 20th, kicks off Monument Beer Week. This week is organized by Pikes Peak Brewing Co. There will be beer dinners at local restaurants as well as beer events at Pikes Peak Brewing. Here are a few of the events that no one should miss if you happen to be in the area. For a complete list of the activities, check out it out here.
Monday 10/22/12 6pm: Grand Opening of the Barrel Room – PPBC
The Pikes Peak Brewing Company introduces our new tasting room called “The Barrel Room”. To debut our new digs, we will offer a special tasting of rare and unique barrel aged beers from around the world. No reservations needed. Beers offered will include:
Lucienaga – Jolly Pumpkin
Bam Noire – Jolly Pumpkin
Signal de Botrange – Elevation Beer Co.
Double DBA – Firestone Walker
Oak Aged Yeti – Great Divide
Monks Cafe – Brewery Van Steenberge
Petrus Oud Bruin – Brewery Van Steenberge
Petrus Aged Pale Ale – Brewery Van Steenberge
Batch #1 – Crooked Stave
Curetta Reserva – Crooked Stave
Duchesse De Bourgogen – Brouwerij Verhaeghe
La Trappe – Bierbrouwerij De Koningshoeven
LambickX – De Troch
Le Capitaine – Trinity Brewery
Oude Tart – The Bruery
Paradox Beer Co.
River North Brewery
Sour – AC Golden
Saturday 10/27/12: Oktoberfest – PPBC
A traditional Oktoberfest dinner complete with a tapping of the Oktoberfest beer and traditional German oompa band.
Two seatings: 5:30p-7p AND 7:30p-9p
$22.50 per plate, includes
*Schnitzel, Spaetzle and Rahmsauce
*1 Nuernberger Brat and Sauerkraut
*German potato salad
*1 Broetchen (Partywheel)
*1 Apfelstrudel with Vanillasauce
An Oktoberfest beer in a commemorative, traditional German 0.5l Maßkrug (or stein) that is yours to keep.
Polka music from Alpine Echo.
Reservations are required.