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Denver Beers to try

If you only had time for ONE Denver brewed beer, you should try

Blue Paddle
by New Belgium Brewing Company

Why Blue Paddle?

Climb on in and grab a paddle. New Beligium's first foray into lagers, Blue Paddle is a Czech style pilsener with a refreshing crispness from noble hops and a rich, malty finish. Blue Paddle refers to the implement that the warehouse manager’s Grandma once used to lovingly paddle his ass when she caught him stealing sips of her beer. With more body than a traditional Belgian pils, Blue Paddle is reflective of Europe’s finest pilseners.  

Other Local Gems

Upslope Brewing Company

Blood Orange Saison

Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Aspen Brewing Company

Independence Pass Ale

American IPA
Lost Highway Brewing

Golden Ghost

American Blonde Ale
Renegade Brewing Company


American Double / Imperial IPA
Gemini Beer Company

Sanctuary Golden Strong Ale

Belgian Strong Pale Ale
38 State Brewing Company

1/2 Mowed Lawn Saison

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

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VIDEO: The Making of Des Cousines Collab Beer

Excuse our French, but don’t worry it’s nothing bad. Des Cousines means the female cousins in French and it is a collaboration between Chicago’s Goose Island and Denver’s Beryl’s Beer Co. So are they actually cousins?