Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Beers at the Denver Rare Beer Tasting

Last week, Pints4Prostates announced the list of breweries that will be participating in the Denver Rare Beer Tasting II and has slowly been releasing the individual beers that will be served by each brewery via their Twitter account. I've monitored their feed and the list now appears to be complete official:

Alaskan Brewing - Whiskey Barrel-Aged Smoked Porter
Avery Brewing - Quinquepartite
Bell’s Brewing - Eccentric Ale 2004
Big Sky Brewing - Ivan the Terrible
Boston Beer - Cosmic Mother Funk
Brooklyn Brewery - Reinschweinsgebot
The Bruery - Melange #3
Cascade Brewing - Noyeaux Sour Ale
Cigar City Brewing - Oak-Aged Jai Alai IPA
Deschutes Brewery - Black Butte XXII
Dogfish Head - Namaste
Foothills Brewing - Sexual Chocolate
Founders Brewing - Nemesis
Goose Island - Bourbon Barrel Coffee Stout
Great Divide Brewing - Flanders Red
Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales - Biere de Goord
New Belgium Brewing - Tart Lychee
Pike Pub & Brewery - Tripel Kriek
Rogue Ales - 21 Ale
Russian River Brewing - Temptation
Sierra Nevada Brewing - Brandy Barrel-Aged Belgian Trippel
Stone Brewing - Collaboration ESB
Three Floyds Brewing - Darklord
Upstream Brewing - 2006 Gueuze
Weyerbacher Brewing - Decadence
Wynkoop Brewery - Orville.33 Belgian Gold Ale

“The Denver Rare Beer Tasting is a unique celebration of beer,” said Daniel Bradford, publisher of All About Beer Magazine, which presents the event. “It is a chance for people who appreciate fine beers to mix with some of the rock stars of the brewing business, while enjoying beer they might never get the chance to have anywhere else.”

The event takes place at the Wynkoop Brewery on Friday, Sept. 17th from 1pm ~ 4pm. Tickets, on sale now, are $80 each and includes unlimited samples of more than 26 hard to find beers, a commemorative tasting glass and hors d’oeuvres. Only 500 tickets will be sold.

3 comments:

Jeffrey said...

Not being a fan of huge crowds, this could get me to GABF next year!

Steve said...

Its definitely well worth it and a perfect side event if you're already in town for the GABF.

Geoff said...

Goose Island is bringing Bourbon County Coffee Stout