From the 1970s when Boulderite Charlie Papazian pioneered the concept of microbrewing by putting home-brewed beer on the map, to the 1990s when microbrews began popping up as quickly as hip coffeeshops, to change the way America drank beer, Boulder has been on the front lines of the craft brewery
West Flanders Brewing Co. is a brewery and restaurant nestled in the heart of Boulder’s walking mall at 1125 Pearl St. The brewpub includes two floors to seat its customers and has an outside patio to sit directly on the mall itself, which is one “hot” property, any time of
Boulder is mainly known for its wide range of craft beer, if we’re talking boozy beverages. Since back in the 1990s, Boulder has been a hub for the art and science of beverages, but one big boom that’s happening in Boulder today (that you may not have heard as much
There’s no doubt about it that Boulder dwellers love their beer. But we also love a well-made cup of coffee, too. No surprise here that Boulder County brewers took note and are combining the two for one delicious brew. The result is often a bold, flavorful beer that has an
Boulder County craft breweries don’t just make up a large part of the area’s identity and culture. They are also huge proponents of their local communities, from supporting local musicians and artists through countless live music events to contracting with local food trucks, often using local ingredients in their food
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