1956 Golden Ale by Bootstrap Brewing Company in Colorado, United States

About 1956 Golden Ale by Bootstrap Brewing Company

This crisp, dry Golden ale is Bootstrap Brewing's lightest most drinkable beer balancing a light pilsner malt body with mild, pleasant German hop aroma. This beer is named after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in tribute to the young freedom fighters that stood against the communists occupying their country. Steve’s dad, Steven Kaczeus Sr. was one of those brave students at the University of Budapest at the time. Gluten reduced.


Bootstrap Brewing is nestled in downtown Niwot (Boulder County), where you’ll find us diligently brewing our award winning, fresh, delicious, craft beer which we supply to some of the best restaurants and liquor stores along the front range.

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