June 11, 2012
Our new baby is here! Wolfgang, our new Doppelbock, is finally here. Here’s the low-down from the label:
Originally called “liquid bread,” the Doppelbock style guided monks through periods of penitent fasting. Wolfgang has heavenly notes of caramel, dark fruit, and toffee balanced by a subtle hop character. While its revered history evokes an appreciation of austerity and sacrifice, this Doppelbock is a rich luxury—no repentance required.
It clocks in at 8% ABV and is a smooth, sexy way to start the summer. Fans of this traditional style and newbies alike will appreciate the nuance of this tasty brew.
Give Wolfgang a try and let us know–Facebook it, tweet it, check into it on Untappd, add it to your wishlist on Pintley or send a carrier pigeon our way!
May 29, 2012
Join us Saturday, June 16th for our 18th Anniversary Party! We’re honored to be part of Colorado’s brewing scene and we want to celebrate with you. Come help us throw down as we raise the roof, close off the street and, of course, pour some delicious beer. The party runs from 2-6pm and costs only $25. Your ticket buys you a food ticket, live music and access to Great Divide classic favorites and special one-offs. We’d love to see you there! Buy your ticket here!
April 24, 2012
LA-based folk group The Coals recently posted a killer video for their song “Evangeline.” Can you spot Colette sitting on the piano? She’s such a saucy minx. Check the video here.
You can find more of their stuff at www.thecoalsareonfire.tumblr.com.
April 13, 2012
Spreading the Good Word: On Craft Beer Evangelism – Save the Drama for Yo Mamma.
Great read by Hanna Laney – Marketing Coordinator, Great Divide Brewing Company
April 5, 2012
Thanks to Amanda Willshire for this awesome bottlecap artwork! She handcrafted these pieces for our Tap Room and we couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. Next time you’re in the TR, come say hi to the whole gang.
Also, check out what Westword had to say about Amanda’s stellar work!
April 3, 2012
Baseball season is almost upon us! We love being from the Ballpark Neighborhood and we’d like to invite you to join us for Opening Day. Next Monday, April 9th, we will be opening early at noon and pouring crowd-favorite Rockies Real Ale, in addition to our 15 other handles of delicious craft beer. See you there!
March 22, 2012
Did you know we’re turning 18 this summer? Join us for a day of revelry and delicious beer on Saturday, June 16th. More details to come. Suffice to say—it’s gonna be fun!
March 21, 2012
A peek from the clouds, that break we call spring,
When dew seems to sit, awaiting on gossamer string,
In our hearts we all know, it can mean but one thing.
A Yeti, so smooth, from its cave does appear,
A fearsome loud roar, in our ears we do hear,
Not a bear, but a different brute soon is quite near.
It’s chocolate and sultry with a cayenne pop,
In the hierarchy of beasts, it reigns at the top,
This Yeti is special; a delicious brew that is ready to drop.
Get your buns to the Tap Room, or any fair bar,
Because this Yeti’s elusive, it’ll soon be afar.
You’ll be pleased with this Yeti—we know we are!
March 15, 2012
It’s that time again, when warming temperatures and longer days beckon us to cast off the shroud of winter and get outside. It also means that three of our most-coveted seasonals return: Colette, Chocolate Oak Aged and 18th Anniversary.
All three seasonals will return April 1st and each offer something delightful and different.
Colette, our farmhouse ale, is a GABF silver medal winner and crowd favorite. It’s light, dry notes pair perfectly with the setting sun.
Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti is one iteration of our fearsome Yeti Imperial Stout. It’s brewed with cocoa nibs and cayenne pepper to give it a little extra something.
18th Anniversary Ale is our perennial celebration of doin’ business. This wood-aged Double IPA is a real palate-pleaser.
See you soon for a pour!
March 13, 2012
Thanks to everyone who made our trip to SXSW so special. It was great to spend time with the boys from Untappd, the gracious and attentive staff at Ginger Man, the friendly barkeeps at Easy Tiger, the hilarious and welcoming Mel and Flash from TapHunter (plus, Peg!), uber-smart Terry from Antler and the firecracker of the group, @SchneiderMike.
We also had the pleasure of visiting Independence Brewing, Live Oak and Hops and Grain. Thanks to all these awesome brewers for showing us some serious hospitality. Plus, big gracias to Chris Spradley, now at Rahr and Sons for being a livesaver in the pouring rain! Plus, Tony Drewry is hilarious.
We had a great time, in large part due to the friendly, helpful and hilarious people we met throughout the weekend. Cheers, Texas!