You might want to sit down for this. The breweries and beers on this list are pretty freaking incredible and most of the options are true unicorn beers.Since Collaboration Fest is coming in only a few short weeks, we've got a nice easy way for you to plan your trip around the festival. Breweries from all over the nation have collaborated for this year's fest, and it's looking to be the best one yet.Some beers that piqued our interest:Fossil Craft Beer Company and Cerberus Brewing . . .This team brewed two beers together, Nichoria, a New England style double IPA brewed with copious amount of Azacca, El Dorado, Wakatu, and Citra hops, and Scrimshaw, a kettle sour gose brewed with Hawaiian black lava sea salt, conditioned on Pineapples dry hopped intensely with Lemondrop and Wakatu hops. Check out the IPA brewday here.
TRVE and Burial Beer
"Slow Death," a whiskey barrel aged dark mixed culture ale
105 West Brewing Company and Chain ReactionIntergalactichoptopia is a peach rye IPA. This collaboration came together from a late night conversation and the desire of the two breweries to brew outside of the box together. The breweries have brewed two batches of this beer with separate yeasts. One batch features Cali 001 and the other WLP300 Hefeweizen.Our Media Collaboration with Great DivideEnemy of the People IPA is a fruity New England style IPA with flaked white wheat and a bit of oats. This beer features a fair amount of Magnum and Amarillo, Huell Melon, and Azacca hops. This beer was a collaboration between Denver’s local media including Westword, Denver Business Journal, 9 News, Brewtally Insane, American Craft Beer Radio, Focus on the Beer, The Denver Post and The Brewtography Project.
For those of you living under a rock, Collaboration Fest is happening on March 25 from 4pm–7pm(VIP gets in an hour early) at the National Western Complex.
Anyways, here's the epic-ly amazing pour list.
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