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Meet the Brewer: Twisted Pine Brewing on May 2nd

Meet the Brewer: Twisted Pine

Thurs. May 2nd / 7pm / pay per pint
Front Range BBQ / 2330 W. Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs
Facebook Event

After a cold-weather-hiatus we are happy to announce that our monthly Meet the Brewer series is back up and running! We wanted to start back up with a bang so we invited Henry Jager of Twisted Pine Brewing, in Boulder, to join us at Front Range BBQ on May 2nd. Jager is known for his playfulness and no-holds-barred characteristic when it comes to adding specialty ingredients into beers and it will be really fun to learn about his perspective on brewing.

We’ll have a number of very unique and exciting Twisted Pine offerings that truly showcase the brewery’s experimental nature. This will include the Cucumber Cream Ale and the Roots Revival Carrot IPA, two beers from their Farm to Foam program that benefit the local farmer’s market and  are made with non-traditional brewing ingredients from the farmer’s market. Ghost Face Killah might be the hottest beer you ever try due to the ghost chillies used in the beer, and we’re going to have a Ghost Face Killah competition. Look for details soon on our FB page. Here’s a list of the beers that will be available this night:

Big Shot Espresso Stout – 6.5% ABV multiple-award winning stout with local Unseen Bean organic peruvian espresso
Hoppy Knight – India Black Ale, pours dark and has IPA-like dank citrus Simcoe and Amarillo hops. 8%, 85 IBU.
Ghost Face Killah – hottest beer this side of hell brewed with ghost peppers. 5.5%
Le Petite Saison – Award-winning smooth and crisp Belgian Farmhouse Ale. 5.5%
Cucumber Cream Ale – a Farm to Foam brew using all CO ingredients and local cucumbers
Roots Revival Carrot IPA – A hoppy Farm to Foam brew using all CO ingredients and a large amount of carrots
Walnut St. Brown – A special honey brown ale brewed with walnuts. 6%

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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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