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Posts Tagged With ‘ german ’

A Brief History of the Beer Boot

October 6th, 2017

Drinking beer is not the only thing I do, so the other day, I decided to go on a lovely jaunt through downtown Boulder. Where was I walking, do you ask? To the Bohemian Biergarten, of course! I was on a quest to discover the history behind the beloved beer boot, or Das Boot, as many of us fondly refer to it. I arrived at my destination, but to my disappointment, their Bavarian chef, Martin König, was away, and my question could not be answered. I actually think my curiosity may have sparked the same questioning surrounding Das Boot in others. Anyways, I am not the most patient person, so instead... Read More

Autumn Ales are in the Air

September 22nd, 2017

Leaves are crunching beneath your feet, the air’s a little crisper, and you’re dreaming of apple cider and pumpkin pie – Fall is here. Truly my favorite time of year, I couldn’t be more excited to taste some seasonal ales in the Boulder area this Autumn. So, with the help of the amazing team at Hazel’s Beverage World, I went to picking and found some sweet pumpkin and malty local Oktoberfest flavors. Here’s a few that I’d definitely recommend to you seasonal beer lovers:   Pump Action by 4 Noses Brewing Co.: An Imperial Pumpkin Ale that’s sweet... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day

November 16th, 2016

 This is Shammai, a sophomore at CU. Shammai was taking a break from her ceramics class to bask in the unusually warm sun outside of the VAC. Despite being in the Art and Sciences school she is till undecided. She has dabbled in woodwork, metal work, pottery and print making. I asked her where she’s from and she gave me an interesting answer. She said that after high school she took a gap year to move to Dresden in Germany to teach english to preschool kids. She lived there for about a year before returning to America to start school. I am myself weighing up my options post graduation... Read More

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