Colorado's Top Brewers Book Release

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September 5, 2008


Event Date
October 6, 2013 at 08:00 PM
Tattered Cover
1628 16th Street

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Join us to celebrate the release of Emily Hutto's new book "Colorado Top Brewers" at The Tattered Cover downtown. This super limited event showcases a medley of the 26 pairings in the book, including:
Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project - Smoked Trout Croquettes with Heirloom Tomato JamOdell Brewing Co. - Roasted Cashew Stuffed Pork TenderloinStrange Brewing Company - Pots De CremeTrinity Brewing Company - Lemongrass Shrimp & MusselsTwisted Pine Brewing Company - Billy's RelleosAnd more!Brewers, chefs, and the author, Emily Hutto, will be on hand to talk about the beer, food, pairings, and what it takes to drink every beer in the state of Colorado.
Tickets include all the pairings, and for $20 more, the book as well!
Colorado Top Brewers description:
"There are lots of great craft beer cities across America, but Colorado is the one state that can boast more awesome craft beer cities and towns than any other. (It's also the only state to have a former craft brewer for its governor!) Right now, there are more than 170 working breweries in Colorado, with an estimated 50 more in development. And the growth doesn't look like it's slowing. There's a craft beer fever spreading across the entire state! Denver and Fort Collins have long been the hubs of the state's craft beer scene, but they are now being rivaled by Boulder, Colorado Springs, Breckenridge, Longmont/Lyons, and up-and-comers like Aurora, Greeley, Ridgway, and Poncha Springs. Breweries in all these places are doing exciting things by re-interpreting classic styles, experimenting with flavors and yeasts, and developing innovative ways to manufacture, package, and reduce their impact on the environment. Colorado brewers all over the state share a distinct passion for creativity, a true dedication to craft, and a boundless energy. This book is a tribute to their outstanding work."

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