It’s been an exciting week of events and deals in the craft brewing community here in Boulder and Colorado Craft Beer Week 2017 will be closing with a bang tomorrow at Collaboration Fest in Denver. To be sure, many of our favorite Boulder breweries will have unique brews made in collaboration with breweries from all over the state being tapped at Collaboration Fest. But if you won’t be able to attend, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all of the Craft Beer Week goodness going on tonight and tomorrow.

While there is an array of events and specials in honor of Colorado Craft Beer Week, I’ve collected a few here that caught my eye.

Twisted Pine Brewing Company is offering beer and cheese pairing as well as a “flight of the hops” that, you guessed it, is made just for us hop lovers. This means all of the IPA and Pale Ale deliciousness that we could dream of!

Through Sunday, Wild Woods Brewery is having their Camp Can Crowler Launch that gives you a 32oz crawler fill of any year-round beer for just $6. Here’s looking at you, Campfire Red Ale.

Upslope Brewing Company has had a busy week with a different event each night of Craft Beer Week. Tonight is the Statewide Collab Fest Tailgate and to celebrate, Upslope is offering a sneak peak at their two collaboration beers with Resolute Brewing Company. Tomorrow, they’ll be serving a taster flight of five of their past and present collaboration brews.

If you happen to be at Collaboration Fest tomorrow, keep a lookout for new brews from Boulder breweries Sanitas, Upslope, Asher, FATE, and more! The pours will range from IPAs to a Dunkelweizen to a cream ale. With all of that variety, it’ll be hard to stay away.



Krista is a native of Nebraska who left all that corn behind for the Rocky Mountain lifestyle. She graduated from the University of Denver with BAs in English and Anthropology and is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing from CU. In the ceaseless search for inspiration, her passions for writing and culture led her to another great love: Colorado microbreweries. When she’s not trying the new IPA on tap, Krista can be found hiking Chautauqua, running the Boulder Creek Path, or curled up with a good book