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Pikes Peak Brewing Rolls Out Monument Beer Week 2012

Now in it’s second year, Monument Beer Week is more expansive, ambitious, and comprehensive than ever before. The dates are set for Sat. Oct. 22 to Sat. Oct. 27th. There will be plenty of great events, and we’ll be sure to post more details when we have them. For now, begin penning in events on your calendars, here’s the list:

Saturday 10/20 / 6pm 
Beer Dinner  at Rudy’s Roadhouse
Call Rudy’s to make your reservations at 719.495.8238. Rudy’s Roadhouse is located at 6750 Shoup Road in Black Forest.
Cost: $40

Monday 10/22 / 6pm: 
Grand Opening of the Barrel Room – PPBC
Pikes Peak Brewing introduces their new tasting room called “The Barrel Room.” To debut our new digs, they will offer a special tasting of rare and unique barrel aged beers from around the world. No reservations needed. Check back for an updated listing of the beers.

Tuesday 10/23 / 7-9pm 
Ladies Only Beer & Dessert Pairing – PPBC
Bring your girlfriends and sample four sumptuous desserts paired with a variety of PPBC beers including the special Cranberry Apple Saison “Beer 4 Boobies” brewed by the ladies of PPBC! That evening, you will also be treated to a private tour of our newly expanded brewing facility and learn about our beer-making process. Proceeds from this event go to Breast Cancer research.
Seating is limited to 24, so call PPBC to reserve your seats today!
Cost:  $15 per person

Wednesday 10/24 / 6:30-9:30pm 
Brewers Dinner at Oakley’s
Call Oakley’s to make your reservation at (719) 481-6000.

Thursday 10/25/12 5:30-7:30pm 
Paradox Beer Company’s Grand Release – PPBC
Paradox official release party. Come try all of their beers. All are barrel aged. No reservations are required.

Friday 10/26/12
Brewers of the Front Range – PPBC
Come enjoy beers created by brewers in the Pikes Peak Area.

Saturday 10/27/12: 

Oktoberfest at PPBC
A traditional Oktoberfest dinner complete with a tapping of the Oktoberfest beer and traditional German oompa band. Two seatings: 5:30-7pm and 7:30-9pm. $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. If you’d like to register for the first seating (5:30p-7p), click here. If you’d like to register for the second seating (7:30p-9p), click here.

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Eric teaches art, loves being outdoors, and organizes beer events around the country. He founded Focus on the Beer and Beers Made By Walking.


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