Burning Can is Back!

Press Release:

Burning Can is back

… and better than ever.  Burning Can is a festival celebrating craft beer in a CAN! This year, we’re teaming up with Lyons Outdoor Games & the Colorado Brewers Guild to bring entertainment for both you and your taste buds.

Lyons Outdoor Games is a world-class celebration of mountain sports. The event was created 11 years ago as a fundraising vehicle for the Lyons Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Events. In addition to a full compliment of kayaking, biking, fly fishing, chainsaw carving and dog events, the 2012 Games will feature numerous clinics & exhibitions put on by some of the world’s most elite professional athletes… in addition to the newly added CANNED beer garden, Burning Can!

We look forward to celebrating with others who love craft beer in a can, music, & food, during this soul-full event under the backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park!

Who: Breweries who CAN

What: A beer festival celebrating puttin’ the good stuff in cans

Where: Lyons, ColoRADo

When: Saturday, June 9th, 2012

Burning Can supports the Colorado Brewers Guild & Lyons Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Events.

Learn more about the Colorado Brewers Guild here.

The Colorado Brewers Guild (CBG) is a non-profit trade association promoting the quality and diversity of Colorado’s craft brewing industry. With 130 breweries and counting, the CBG also serves as a conduit for information between the trade and the public, and protects the industry by promoting positive legislation for Colorado craft brewers. For more information, visit www.coloradobeer.org or call at 303-507-7664.

Learn more about Lyons Outdoor Games here.

About Sean Buchan


Sean is a Physical Therapist and Photographer living in (and loving) Denver, Colorado. He enjoys shooting just about anything but his true passion is capturing the craft beer culture here in Denver. If you enjoy his photographs check out Beertographer.

  • http://twitter.com/DenverHBC Chris Washenberger

    So is it a fest like the last one or just a place to get beers in cans during the mountain-y events?