Crooked Stave is packing some heat for Great American Beer Fest 2015 and loading up the week with limited bottle releases and special tappings every day. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you’d better put Crooked Stave on your calendar for GABF.
12 PM: Nightmare on Brett (Batch #6 / Red Wine / Apple Whiskey)
4 PM: Sin Frontera Bourbon Barrel Aged
At Open: Nightmare on Brett (Apple Whiskey)
5 PM: L’Brett d’Pluot
12 PM: Petite Sour Passion Fruit (2015)
4 PM: Nightmare on Brett Cherry (2015)
At Open: Batch #50
5 PM: Nightmare on Brett Cherry (2015)
12 PM: Flor d’Lees (Batch #2) & Origins (Batch #5)
4 PM: L’Brett d’Cherry (2015)
At Open: Sin Frontera Horizontal (Crooked Stave / Jester King / Trois Dames / Bourbon Barrel) & Original Sin
5 PM: Batonnage Vertical (Batonnage, Batonnage Dry Hopped, and Batonnage Plum)
12 PM: Vieille Reserva Prunus Armeniaca
4 PM: Mama Bear’s Sour Cherry Pie (2015)
At Open: Nightmare on Brett (Red Wine Barrel)
5 PM: Mama Bear’s Sour Cherry Pie (2015)
At Open: L’Brett d’Cherry (2015)
2PM: Surette Reserva Cassis
At Open: Nightmare on Brett (Port Barrel)
Crooked Stave is located at 3350 Brighton Blvd in Denver, CO.
Great American Beer Fest isn’t enough for you guys, right? Crooked Stave is cranking the beery heat up a notch with a limited bottle release on Thursday, October 10 at their taproom in Denver featuring L’Brett d’Or.
A golden sour ale aged in oak barrels, L’Brett d’Or will be for sale at 11am with a 6 bottle limit per person. Sour freaks don’t sleep – this one’s a killer.
The Crooked Stave taproom is located at 3350 Brighton Blvd in Denver. Visit them here.
Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale will be the next addition to the Central Waters Brewer’s Reserve series, according to a Facebook post this week. The beer was bottled on Tuesday, July 9 and is slated for release at the brewery in bottles and draft this weekend.
For the out of towners, Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale will be “hitting every one of [their] markets in limited quantity,” so expect to see this in stores “soon.” No word on pricing or limits for the release, but Central Waters doesn’t tend to be too pricey, especially compared to other barrel-aged limited brews.
In other news, Central Waters was one of the many breweries shut out of Great American Beer Fest due to signups closing in 2 hours. Definitely a bummer for them considering 1414 won Gold in the wood and barrel-aged beer category.