Colorado Beer Events

June 2016
01
Wednesday
Great Storm BRewing Co 3rd Annual Homebrew Contest

Competition Details: Entries are accepted in the taproom May 16th - 21st during regular business hours. Two 12 oz bottles, 2 entries max per person. An entry form must accompany each entry.

Extract is OK but bear in mind we need to convert to grain and the resultant recipe may not exactly match the original so extract beers may be at a slight disadvantage. Any style is OK, and in the true spirit of GSB, beers need not adhere to BJCP style guidelines (and they encourage you not to), but tell us what style you think it generally fits.

Last year's winner was Joshua Sales' Simcoe Smash American Pale Ale. Keep in mind our small size. Ingredients should be readily available from our suppliers. When you drop off your beer, we'll ask for a list of ingredients so we can be sure we can obtain them if yours wins. Results and prizes are announced Wed. June 1st the tap room at 7pm. The winner will brew a one bbl batch on our system with our brewers' help. While the winning brew is on tap, the winner will receive free beer in the taproom and big-time bragging rights.

Judges will be GSB staff. They are not BJCP judges! Their decision will be entirely subjective and final! They are excited to see what you've got so BRING IT!

See more information and get the form to download on their website

www.greatstormbrewing.com
04
Saturday
Highlands Ranch Beer Festival

Civic Green Park
6/4/2016 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Beer Festival will be held rain or shine unless weather conditions are determined to be unsafe so bring your rain gear and come prepared for Colorado weather!

Individual beers will be available for purchase.

Colorado, often called the "Napa Valley of Beer", is home to over 250 local breweries and brewpubs. In celebration of our beer culture the HRCA proudly presents the 4th Annual Highlands Ranch Beer Festival. Live music, local and national breweries and lawn games will be present at this event. Unlimited one ounce samples and a souvenir tasting glass is Included in the ticket pricing. Must be 21+ to partake in tastings. Individual beer will be available for purchase. Proceeds will benefit the Highlands Ranch Scholarship Fund.

The festival is open to all ages; however, only those over 21 can consume alcohol. Proper ID required upon entry. Admission to the park is FREE! You do not need to purchase a ticket to enter the park. Only ticket holders will be allowed to sample beers at the festival.


Tickets: $30 in advance, $40 day of if not sold out.
VIP Hour- $45 will get you access to the festival at 1:00 p.m. and a limited edition t-shirt!

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Oskar Blues Brewery’s Burning Can ExtravCANza

Oskar Blues Brewery's Burning Can ExtravCANza is the country's first Active Beer Fest with live music and outdoor sport competitions including THE BEER RELAY. Featuring 50+ of the country's top breweries. Burning Can is a celebration of craft beer in a can and the adventurous lifestyle.

Be sure to plan to hang around to enjoy the free Live Concert at the Lyons Outdoor Games!

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM (MDT)
Lyons, CO

Get your tickets early!

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2016 Manitou Springs Colorado Wine Festival

One of Colorado's best Wine Festivals. 25 Colorado Wineries will be pouring tastings of their wines as well as selling bottles of wine. Many retail booths selling wine related wares. Food booths and entertainment throughout the event.

Cost of Admission: $35
Adults (21+)
Payment Methods: Cash

www.colorado.com

Rocky Mountain Brew Run - Pikes Peak Brewing Co

JUNE 4TH, 2016
10AM
at Pikes Peak Brewing
1756 Lake Woodmoor Dr
Monument, CO 80132

Join us in beautiful Monument Colorado, you may even have a glimpse of majestic Pikes Peak along the course!

Cost: $25. Includes run entry, a Pikes Peak brew, this fun coaster and for the first 150 registrants Pikes Peak swag.

Get signed up today!

www.rockymountainbrewruns.com
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Saturday
Feast of Saint Arnold IV 2016!

Family fun Colorado Craft beer festival! Enjoy amazing local Colorado Craft Beer and Distilleries. This is a fun, exciting family beer festival. Live music with three different bands, huge interactive fun family kid zone! Proceeds benefit WestSide Cares!

Chapel of Our Saviour Episcopal Church
8 4th St, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906

Saturday, June 11at 12 PM - 4:30 PM

Get your tickets today!

www.eventbrite.com

3rd Annual Steel City BrewFest

Saturday, June 11, 2016
Pueblo Dodge Gateway Park at the Riverwalk of Pueblo

Info:
VIP starts @ 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $40 includes gate admission to Boats, Bands and BBQ

GENERAL ADMISSION starts @ 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $30 includes gate admission to Boats, Bands and BBQ

Presale tickets available at Pueblo area Loaf 'N Jug stores or the Riverwalk Welcome Center

Join at the beautiful Pueblo Riverwalk for the 3rd Annual Steel City Brew Fest. This event is part of the 16th Annual Boats, Bands and BBQ Festival, presented by Loaf ' N Jug, an annual event that draws over 35,000 people over a two day period. Events for the festival include a KCBS BBQ competition, live entertainment, food and product vendors, Kids Fun Zone, Buffalo Wild Wings Hot Wing Eating Competition, along with other special events.

The Steel City Brew Fest will allow participants to sample beer from both Colorado and national craft breweries. This event benefits the HARP Foundation, a 501(c)(3)

puebloriverwalk.org

Snowmass Rendezvous

Snowmass Rendezvous: Entry 1
Fanny Hill
Top of Skittles Lift
Snowmass, CO
81615
Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm MDT

Kick off the summer season with the inaugural Snowmass Rendezvous! June 11th for the ultimate beer festival as 50+ breweries take over Snowmass Village.

Plan on enjoying three hours of hefty samples from dozens and dozens of Colorado craft breweries. $30 includes unlimited pours from 2pm- 5pm. The event will stretch throughout the Snowmass Mall and Base Village with fun activations on Fanny Hill and the Gondola!

Want VIP access? For an additional $20 get access to the VIP Lounge for a special experience and an exclusive Snowmass Rendezvous T-shirt! After the event enjoy the sunset on Fanny Hill as a free concert featuring the Royal Southern Brotherhood with Cyril Neville closes out the day's festivities. Snowmass Rendezvous is proud to benefit the Colorado Brewers Guild. Beer lineup announcement coming soon!

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An Intimate Affairs Dinner Series

An Intimate Affairs Dinner Series at Kingman Estates Winery

Four course wine pairing dinners presented by Chef Willem DeFroy

See the website for ticket sales and specific meal plan for the date.

www.localwineevents.com

Celebrate 22 Years of Great Divide!

This year's anniversary bash will take place at their new production facility located in the RiNo neighborhood where they've expanded the space for a larger area to party and play in, as well as opened up part of the building for an experiential Yeti interactive space.

Performances from Chimney Choir, Strange Americans and Zach Heckendorf will take place throughout the afternoon while attendees enjoy Yeti floats, local food trucks, outdoor games, and unlimited samples of the Great Divide line-up including year-round, seasonal, special releases, and limited beers.

This year they've added a Brewed Food Experience option for guests. Beginning at 1pm, this ticket includes an exclusive Brewed Food Tasting with Chef and Cicerone Jensen Cummings who has created two "bites" inspired by their 22nd Anniversary Ale as well as a Spiegelau Barrel Aged Beer Collaboration Glass.

Help celebrate as they release their 22nd Anniversary Dark American Sour for the first time and commemorate 22 years of brewing with Bold Character.

Must be 21+ to attend
FREE Bike Valet provided by BikeDenver
Feel free to bring a chair if you feel like lounging
Please leave your pups at home

1812 35th St
Denver CO
2pm-6pm

greatdivide.com

4th Annual Erie Brewfest

Date: June 11, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM-4:00 PM MDT

Historic Downtown Erie on Briggs Street between Moffatt and Wells
Registration will be on Wells Street in front of the Chamber Office.

Local Colorado Breweries
Food vendors
Music by Rogue 2 and Chunky Whiskey

Fees/Admission:
$30 online; $35 day of event

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Friday
FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen

One of the nations most prestigious epicurean events. Culinary stars show their passion for food, wine and entertaining. More than 300 Vintners pour premium wines complimented by specialty foods from around the world.

Join leading chefs and noted wine authorities for three inspiring days of wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and special events.

June 17-19, 2016

See a list of events on their webpage.

www.aspenchamber.org
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Saturday
Rails & Ales 2016

Rio Grande Scenic Railroad's most popular event sells out earlier each year. Don't miss your chance to experience Colorado's most unique brew fest.

Don't wait to buy tickets, this event sells out fast and the 9th annual Rails & Ales promises to be the best yet.

Rails & Ales combines some of our favorite things: classic rail equipment, rustic Rocky Mountain setting, live music, smoking hot BBQ and handcrafted brews from the region's best. There's just something so special about hopping on a train with friends to the wide open space we call Fir Station - our "little piece of Heaven" custom-built for the railroad meant to highlight how nature can so perfectly complement music.

The Rails & Ales Brewfest brings together brewers and their devoted fans, a hardy group that understands the simple truth of this event - you only get here by rail and it doesn't get any better than this.

For ticket pricing see their website.

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FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen

One of the nations most prestigious epicurean events. Culinary stars show their passion for food, wine and entertaining. More than 300 Vintners pour premium wines complimented by specialty foods from around the world.

Join leading chefs and noted wine authorities for three inspiring days of wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and special events.

June 17-19, 2016

See a list of events on their webpage.

www.aspenchamber.org

Reds, Whites, & Brews

In the gorgeous setting of Harry A. Nottingham Park in quaint Avon, CO, the Reds, Whites & Brews Festival has evolved to become a 'don't miss' event of the summer!

This event will feature amazing unlimited wine & craft beer tastings, LIVE music, vendors and food!

Live music on Saturday from renowned singer-songwriters, wine tastings from Veraison Distributing, craft beer tastings from over 20 breweries, local restaurants and food vendors, and more!

When is the Festival? - Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Where is the Festival Held? - Harry A. Nottingham Park, Avon, CO
What are the hours? - 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. on Saturday

Check out ticket prices on their website.

redswhitesandbrews.net

6th Annual Boulder SourFest

Saturday, June 18 from noon-5pm
Avery Brewing Co
4910 Nautilus Court
North Boulder, CO
80301

Tangy, horsey, funky, and face-puckery, they invite you to join their annual celebration of wild yeast, souring bacteria, and experimentation -- beers brewed for those as adventurous as they are!

Heads up: Tickets typically sell out in just a few minutes, so we recommend being online with the link ready to go!

Proceeds from the fest go to Get Outside And Learn Something, a non-profit organization using wild rivers to change lives.

Pucker Up, Buttercup!

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Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
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Sunday
Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com

FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen

One of the nations most prestigious epicurean events. Culinary stars show their passion for food, wine and entertaining. More than 300 Vintners pour premium wines complimented by specialty foods from around the world.

Join leading chefs and noted wine authorities for three inspiring days of wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and special events.

June 17-19, 2016

See a list of events on their webpage.

www.aspenchamber.org
20
Monday
Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
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Tuesday
Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
22
Wednesday
Lake Dillon Brew Festival

Lake Dillon Amphitheatre and Marina Park, Dillon, Colorado

Beginning at 1:00 p.m., the Colorado Brewers Guild Brew Tasting will be held at Dillon Marina Park. Colorado's world-class breweries will gather to serve up craft beers to thirsty crowds of avid beer connoisseurs.

The cost is $35 per person to sample over 25 Colorado breweries' tasty suds and listen to live tunes. The Tasting will be 'hoppenin' between 1-5 p.m. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Colorado Brewers Guild, a non-profit association who, among other things, advocates to work with the state legislature on behalf of Colorado's craft brewers.

For more information and to get your tickets, visit their website.

pugryans.com

Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
23
Thursday
Telluride Wine Festival

Though this festival claims a devotion to wine, organizers of one of Telluride's longest standing annual events leave plenty of room on the schedule for food. Between the sipping and swilling, festivalgoers attend cooking demonstrations, concerts, decadent meals and seminars led by sommeliers and celebrity chefs.

June 23-26, 2016

See a list of events and get your tickets on their website.

www.telluridewinefestival.com

Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
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Friday
Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com

Telluride Wine Festival

Though this festival claims a devotion to wine, organizers of one of Telluride's longest standing annual events leave plenty of room on the schedule for food. Between the sipping and swilling, festivalgoers attend cooking demonstrations, concerts, decadent meals and seminars led by sommeliers and celebrity chefs.

June 23-26, 2016

See a list of events and get your tickets on their website.

www.telluridewinefestival.com
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Saturday
Telluride Wine Festival

Though this festival claims a devotion to wine, organizers of one of Telluride's longest standing annual events leave plenty of room on the schedule for food. Between the sipping and swilling, festivalgoers attend cooking demonstrations, concerts, decadent meals and seminars led by sommeliers and celebrity chefs.

June 23-26, 2016

See a list of events and get your tickets on their website.

www.telluridewinefestival.com

Crestone Brewing Co. GRAND OPENING FESTIVAL!

Crestone Brewing Co.
187 Silver Ave, Crestone, Colorado 81131
Saturday, June 25 at 12 PM

Come and help them celebrate the official grand opening for Crestone Brewing Co. It will be an amazing day full of awesome brews, food and tunes!
They are so excited to announce that the one and only Gipsy Moon is headlining, there couldn't be a more perfect band to help us jump into the next phase!! Leading up to Gipsy Moon, the stage (located in the town park right next to the brewpub) will be filled all day with such incredible and local talent such as "Plan Be" and many more to follow!

They would be so honored if you would come and help them celebrate this monumentous occasion. They promise you will leave with your belly full, your heart warmed and your soul refreshed. They can't wait to see your beautiful shining faces there to help celebrate and start them off with a bang!

www.drinkingcolorado.com

Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
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Sunday
Fort Collins Beer Week Celebrates Craft and Community

The Third Annual Fort Collins Beer Week (FCBW) will take place June 18­-26, 2016. The Fort Collins brewing industry positively impacts our local economy with a unique collaborative culture, job creation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Fort Collins Beer Week is designed to highlight the impact of the industry and celebrate the relationships within it. "We produce Fort Collins Beer Week as a fun way to bring people together around the best of Fort Collins and the people that make it great," says Kristina Cash, Founder of Fortified Collaborations. "This week really gives our brewers and business owners the opportunity to show off what makes them shine."

The week will kick off with the 5th Annual Brewers Olympics Beer Festival Extraordinaire hosted by Go West T­Shirt Company on Saturday, June 18,​from noon­5pm. The event benefits the House That Beer Built II through Habitat for Humanity. Thirteen of your favorite Fort Collins breweries will compete against each other in various games of skill and chance, including a Beer Journey Obstacle Course and Know Your Local Beer tasting. Fans will cheer on their favorite brewery, have opportunities to participate in the games, and enjoy spectator sports, all while supporting a good cause. Activities at this family friendly will include a DJ, food trucks, the Local Bartender Dunk Tank, a bouncy house, and more. Admission is $10 and includes one beer token; tickets purchased in advance online get two beer tokens and an opportunity to give your favorite brewery extra points. Kids 12 and under are free.

The rest of the week will include special tappings, tastings, and events at venues around Fort Collins. The week closes with the Colorado Brewers Festival June 25­-26 from 11am-­5pm at Washington Park in Downtown Fort Collins. For a complete schedule, tickets and more information go to

fortcollinsbeerweek.com
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Thursday
Moonlight on the Mountain

Mix and mingle under the stars at a unique, adults-only evening event at the Zoo! This is one of the region's premier annual mixers featuring the best food and drink our region has to offer. Enjoy unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks while tasting delicious eats from area restaurants. Local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo so you can dance and taste the night away.

COST:
General Admission Tickets - $55.75 in advance, $65.75 day of if available.
VIP Early-Entry Tickets -$80.75 in advance only

WHAT YOU GET!
GA Ticket includes:
Complimentary souvenir sampling cup.
Unlimited beverage sampling from regional breweries, wineries, distilleries and soft-drink crafters.
Unlimited food sampling from regional restaurants.
Live musical entertainment throughout the Zoo.
The full Zoo experience from 6 - 8 p.m. including special animal shows and demos. (Animal exhibits close at 8 p.m.)
VIP Early-Entry Tickets: VIP early admission from 5 to 5:30 p.m. only; regular admission from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Last admission at 8 p.m.; animal exhibits open until 8 p.m.; event closes at 10 p.m.

VIP Early-Entry ticket includes all General Admission benefits, PLUS:
Admission gates will be open from 5 to 5:30 p.m. for priority entry into the event, just for VIPs.
Shuttle from the front gate to Encounter Africa for extra sampling time. The Encounter Africa vendors will open early, just for VIPs. (You'll also be in a prime spot to access the rest of the event when it begins at 6 p.m.!)
Premium souvenir sampling cup.
Complimentary Sky Ride experience (6-8 p.m. only).

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO USA 80906

www.cmzoo.org