It feels like there are a number of new releases coming out from Colorado breweries, both in bottles and on tap. Perhaps this could be a way of giving folks a heads up on some of the more noteworthy discoveries to help folks (especially out of towners) an idea of what to be on the lookout for. Grimm Brothers - available on tap only - just released Willow's Wren, a 3.9% abv session ale they identify as a erntebier. If you ever wondered what a stout or porter would taste like with all the dark, roasty flavors but presented in a light, crisp, not rich, sessionable format this is your answer. I really dug this, probably my favorite beer that I have yet to try from these guys. Equinox - available on tap only - has on tap in their taproom Son of Space Ghost, a session APA at 4.5%. Probably my favorite hoppy beer I have tried from these guys, packs some nice flavor for the low abv. In the season of sessions, this one can stand up with the rest of the field quite well. Added bonus, they got their Mr. D's Oatmeal Stout back on tap, which I still believe is Colorado's best oatmeal stout and right up there with my overall favorites of the style. Telluride Brewing - available in cans and tap - finally got around to checking out their Face Down Brown Ale and thought it was pretty awesome. I still haven't got around to checking out the Upslope Brown but I do believe this has unseated Ellie's Brown Ale for my favorite Colorado brown ale. Gonna have to give their other stuff a chance now. Funkwerks - available in bottles and tap - their spring release, Solenna, a belgian styled amber with brett. I haven't heard or seen anything about others really digging this beer but I personally think its great. Maybe not the fanciest or most complex beer, especially for it being a brett beer, but something I just enjoy drinking.