Boulder Beer's 35th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday - June 14, 2014 @ 12:00PM
Beer Release / Tasting
Boulder Beer / Wilderness Pub, Boulder, Colorado
(303) 444-8448
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This event is open to the public and will feature a rare beer tasting garden. For $20, you will get a commemorative glass goblet and 12 drink tickets to try our special, limited release brews. We’ll release a couple beer names from the list each week leading up to the event to whet your whistle! Here are a few to get started: Alakazam! Black Peach Strong Ale, Mocha Choca LaLa YaYa (Cold-Pressed Coffee Infused Chocolate Porter), and the Albino Rhino White IPA!

Our opening band for the day, playing from 1-4pm, is Big Thompson Flood. Based out of Golden Colorado, they combine Rock/Blues/Funk with Country/Rock-a-Billy, providing a danceable mix of both covers and originals. The perfect vibe to get the party started!

And we might be partying on the patio underneath the Flatirons, but you will be transported to Brazil by the music of local band, Ginga, playing from 5-9pm. Based in Boulder, CO, Ginga specializes in playing traditional music of Brazil. The band has spent over 8 years bringing to life the spirited sense of community and the alegria inherent in the best Brazilian music. Through years of playing and studying a multitude of different styles (including samba, forro, MPB, bossa nova, chorinho, and Brazilian jazz), Ginga has evolved into one of the most versatile and exciting bands in the Front Range.

During the event you can also purchase a signed copy of Colorado Breweries, a recently published book written by our friend and beer writer Dan Rabin. He’ll be doing a book signing at the party from 2-4pm.

Submitted by: JMBSH
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