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Beer Events this week in Colorado Springs

There’s a couple great looking beer events happening in the next couple days and we wanted to draw your attention to them. We’ve already mentioned one but wanted to make sure you saw them all. Cheers!

Wednesday May 8th

Hop Odyssey Beer Tapping / 6pm
Front Range BBQ / 2330 W. Colorado Ave
Green Flash Brewing from Southern California is having a special tapping at FRBBQ. You can try a number of their special, and award winning beers, and there will be some giveaways as well. Plus, the only keg of Hop Odyssey Imperial Red Rye in the region will be available. The other beers include: Treasure Chest Belgian Blonde, Imperial IPA and the Double Stout.

McCabe’s Joy Ride and New Belgium Tapping / 6pm
McCabe’s Tavern / 520 S. Tejon St.
New Belgium is tapping 11 beers at McCabe’s to kick off the 3rd annual Joy Ride. Bring your bike, at 6pm you’ll ride to America the Beautiful Park and back. This will happen every Wednesday during the summer, if you ride five times you’ll have the opportunity to win a New Beglium cruiser. The beers tapped for this special event actually go on at 3pm and include: Rampant Imperial IPA, Ranger IPA, Fat Tire, Rolle Bolle, Cascara Quad, Heavenly Fejoia Tripple, Hoppy Bock, Shift Pale Lager, 1554, Peach Porch Lounger, and the Trippel.

Friday May 10th

Farmhouse du Tomme release at Trinity Brewing / 5pm
Trinity Brewing / 1466 Garden of the Gods Rd.
The first commercial Saison made by brewer Tom Brown. This beer was inspired by wild ingredients found while hiking for our Beers Made By Walking program. Tom brought the beer to Trinity and perfected the recipe. It was awarded one of the top 10 beers of the year by Denver beer writer, Ed Sealover. The use of amaranth grain imparts a toasty presence in the malt bill, mustard seed lends a nice spiciness to the beer that is balanced with a light citrus from lemon grass. 5.6% ABV.

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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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