Denver Pale Ale Artist Series
In the summer of 2016, we reimagined the look and taste of our classic Denver Pale Ale to capture the essence of the city of Denver. Along with altering the recipe from an English-style Pale Ale, to an American-style Pale Ale, we launched our Denver Pale Ale Artist Series. We wanted our Denver Pale Ale to be an ode to the city we’ve called home for the past 25 years, and after 20 years of our classic DPA, it was time to mix things up a bit. As we expanded into the RiNo Arts District of Denver and planned to release Denver Pale Ale in cans, we figured what better way to commemorate both than to turn the can into a canvas and let local artists show off their stuff. Every year, a new can is released wrapped in artwork created by a different local artist. Our past editions have showcased the work of Josh Holland, John Vogl of The Bungaloo, Rachel Jablonski, and Scot Lefavor. Each artist uses their unique perspective on what the city of Denver means to them to create the artwork that will be showcased on our Denver Pale Ale cans for a year. If you are a local artist living in Denver and would like the opportunity to be the next Denver Pale Ale artist please submit your information below.
Artist Submission Form
If you think you have what it takes to be the next Great Divide Denver Pale Ale Artist Series artist, please fill out our Artist submission form below and someone will reach out to you shortly!