Avery Brewing Co. Announces Release of Uncle Jacob’s Stout

From the brewery: Uncle Jacob’s Stout to debut April 7, 2012 Boulder, CO – In the quest to create a collection of barrel-aged beers to be reproduced annually, Avery Brewing Company is releasing Uncle Jacob’s Stout, the second member of its Annual Barrel Series.  The collection began with Rumpkin rum barrel-aged pumpkin ale in the […]

Strong Ale Fest: An Ode to @ColoBeerMan

This one’s for you, Shikes. Sure, we love beer. And we recognize that this love is a bit eccentric. But beyond our love for beer, the coolest part about ANY beer festival is the people. Friends, new and old, gather together to share this mutual love of the fermented brew. One of  many we look […]

Four Colorado Brewers Make the Top 20 Beer Bachelors List of 2012

In all honesty, it started as a conversation about boys. But when Ashley Routson (also known as The Beer Wench) and I started brainstorming last year and came up with the 2011 list, the ball kept rolling. We knew it was a good thing to highlight the talents of the incredible brewers in this industry. […]

Avery Announces No.’s 10 & 11 In Barrel-Aged Series

The next two beers in Avery Brewing Co’s famed barrel-aged series (No. 10 and 11) have been announced and they share a common theme – wine.  Both brews are aged in wine barrels and are brewed with grape must.  Now for those of you who don’t know what grape must is, it’s basically freshly pressed […]

Avery & Euclid Hall Midnight Breakfast

As the Great American Beer Festival approaches, more and more events will be announced to keep you busy outside of the sessions.  This event, however, is a special one.  Two large figures in Colorado craft beer culture, Avery Brewing Company and Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen, have teamed up to offer a midnight breakfast on […]

Avery 18th Anniversary Recap

On Sunday, Avery Brewing Company celebrated 18 years of brewing craft beer with a party at their Boulder tap room.  It turned out to be a beautiful day with very few clouds in the sky (perhaps too few given the 90+ degree heat).  1,500 tickets were available to the brew-powered block party and since I’m […]

Expansion at Avery Brewing may lead to relocation

Avery leaving Colorado?  That was the first thought of panic in my mind upon reading Daily Camera’s article (and beernews.org’s post).  As it turns out, they just might be leaving Boulder.  Daily Camera reported on Avery Brewing Company’s skyrocketing growth within the craft beer industry, namely big beers: That growth, however, is quickly pushing Avery Brewing […]