What does it mean to ‘Sesh?’ | A guide to session beers

Photo by Imbibe Denver; a group of people outside seshing

Images and Illustrations by Imbibe Denver   As most of us know, there is no official definition for what a “session” beer is. We also know that light and refreshing beers have been around for as long as men and women have been brewing beer and do not seem to be going out of fashion. […]

Beer Theory, Chapter IV: A Pale! A Pale! My Cellar for a Pale!

Beer Theory is a monthly series that exists where geekdom relents. It’s the cross between prose, poetry, philosophy, and spilling a beer on your keyboard. Look for it the last Friday of every month. I was recently talking with a friend of mine who happens to be the beer curator for one of the most […]

Sesh Fest – A beer fest you can survive

Want to attend a beer event that won’t make your tastebuds, wallet or day-after self unhappy? Then look no further. Sesh Fest, the second event in the Lovibond Series presented by The Colorado Brewers Guild and Imbibe Denver, is an event where attendees can sample a multitude of beers without feeling the overwhelming effects of […]

Wash Park beer advocates to Denver’s craft breweries: Brew 3.2!

The proposed ban on all alcohol in Wash Park has been vanquished!  The zero-tolerance policy spearheaded by Councilman Chris Nevitt was intended to curb public drunkenness and make for a safer, more respectable park experience but opponents claimed it was the lackadaisical enforcement of the rules which resulted in unruly crowds and that many of […]

Paralysis by Choice: Selecting a Style at GABF and Sticking With It

There are over 3,000 individual beers at Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and that many choices can easy overwhelm an aimless beer geek.  Do I drink this saison from San Diego or this Porter from Portland?  Do I opt for this big, gnarly, barleywine or this simple, palatable, Pilsner?  Don’t blow a fuse, when you’re […]

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