Family friendly breweries
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Craft Brewed Kids

Are Breweries Truly Family Friendly?   In Northern Colorado, breweries are so much more than a yummy, bubbly production facility. They promote healthy lifestyles by being bike accessible, encourage community and culture through live music and advocate for families by providing enclosed, comfortable spaces. Taprooms have become a magnet for parents. I mean, how many places can you can drink quality beer, bring your own gluten-free snacks, get your kids […]

Funkwerks Summer Concert Series
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Funkwerks Summer Concert Series

Funkwerks 2019 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES   Funkwerks has good tunes, good beer, and good times. EVERY FRIDAY night, June through September, Funkwerks host live music on the patio from 6 to 8 pm! *Weather permitting*. Summer Concert Series Schedule: July 👇 5th – Curtis T & the Duffel Bag Boys 12th – The Waido Experience 19th – Annie & the Bang Bang 29th – Zeta June  August 👇 2nd – Dollhouse Thieves 9th – Nick Critchlow & […]

Tis the season to set resolutions! If your goal revolves around your health and fitness, keep in mind your liquid diet. But there’s no need to leave your carbonated companion behind, beer can still be part of “new year, new you.”
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Where to drink beer in NoCo in June

By Emily Hutto radcraftbeer.com instagramtwitterfacebook Mug Making @ Maxline Brewing, Sunday, June 16, 3pm-5pm Participants will choose between 4 different cylinder shapes created on the spot by Flingin Pots and Friends. Personalize by adding a handle, a stamped name badge, or Fun motifs with textures/tools/stamps. Cost is $30 and includes a drink token. Register here. Paint a Gnome @ Weldwerks Brewing Company, Sunday, June 16, 2pm-6pm Paint your own ceramic […]

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Los Dos Paelleros brings the transformational taste of Valencia’s paella to the Front Range

By Emily Kemme Stephen Davidson isn’t Spanish, but if you’re talking paella, you might say that Spain is in his blood. He is the co-founder of Los Dos Paelleros — Spanish for someone who prepares paella, a rice dish studded with meats and vegetables long-cooked in a shallow pan designed for only that purpose. Davidson lived in Valencia, Spain for several years while in his early 20s. He was dating […]

Odell Small Batch Festival
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Small Batch, Big Fest

Odell Small Batch Festival Standing in our first line of the day, checking in to the Odell Small Batch Festival gave us a feel for how the rest of the day would be; everyone would smell of sunscreen, and no one was mad about standing in a line. Seriously, the lines moved so fast and ended with a beer, how could you be upset? It was 1:25 by the time […]

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Chef Amy Stacy of Jax Fish House is an ocean watchdog — and she’s creative, too

Growing up in agriculturally focused Missoula, Montana, Amy Stacy didn’t have much experience eating seafood. But armed with degrees in Culinary Arts and Food Management from the University of Montana, four years ago she walked through the door of Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar in Fort Collins to begin what would be a very close working relationship with fish.  As Chef de Cuisine for two years now, Stacy has […]

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Simple Beer Cocktails, to Amp Up Your Favorite Ales

A beer cocktail can be one of two things; a cocktail where you replace the spirit with beer or a cocktail with both spirit and beer. Either option is guaranteed to delight. Beer is perfect on its own, but as a cocktail novice, I wanted to expand my taste horizons within my comfort zone. The idea of creating a beer cocktail was certainly intimidating. But with a little research, help […]

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Red Truck Beer Company gets real. Because what’s more honest than a red truck?

By Emily Kemme The slogan is painted on the wall of Red Truck Beer Company’s meeting room in the Fort Collins Truck Stop, 1020 E. Lincoln Avenue, Fort Collins. It’s a reminder of generations, connections and the homespun nostalgia of a red truck: “You never forget your first truck.” But even with the tongue-in-cheek word slide, and cherry red pops of paint adorning everything from handrails to the Adirondack chairs […]

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NoCo Spring Beer Guide presented by The Hop Grenade

Us beer nerds employed by THG taproom get a first look into new styles and new beers before they hit the taps, and gosh darn it are we excited for the change of season.   “The arrival of warmer weather is an exciting time for craft brewers. They take pride in tailoring new styles for a new season and allow themselves to get creative to design the perfect pairing for Spring […]

Loveland Museum to feature Larimer County’s 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, in new Quest for Power Exhibition
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Loveland Museum to feature Larimer County’s 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, in new Quest for Power Exhibition

The artwork of local artist and Larimer County Department of Natural Resources 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, will be featured in the Museum’s Mezzanine Gallery this spring and summer. The exhibition titled, Quest for Power will include artwork created by Furman’s hallmark technique of layered images along with relatable historic items from the Museum’s historic collection. Quest for Power is a history as art exhibition opening to […]