Denver Rare Beer Tasting Brings Together America’s Top Craft Brewers to Fight Prostate Cancer
There are just 450 tickets available for this event. When they are gone, they are gone and so is the chance to say you had a Stone 2008 Old Guardian Barley Wine Aged in Red Wine Barrels poured by Greg Koch or a Stoudt 2007 Old Abominable Barleywine served by Carol Stoudt. You just will not find most of the beers at the Denver Rare Beer Tasting at the GABF, or elsewhere in Denver for that matter. We’re talking about beers like New Glarus Golden Ale, the Belgian-style Ale Dan Carey is bringing from his Wisconsin brewery’s first batch in its new R&D series.
These are just three of the great beers slated to be served to the lucky guests at the Denver Rare Beer Tasting. Other breweries expected at the event include Allagash, Alaskan, Avery, Boston Beer, Bison, Dogfish Head, Foothills, Harpoon, Jolly Pumpkin, New Belgium, Pizza Port, Rogue, Saranac, Victory, Wynkoop and more! This event will be the talk of Denver during the 2009 GABF and you can be a part of it by buying a ticket today.
For more information & tickets: http://www.allaboutbeer.com/pintsCost:
$55 advance, $65 at doorhttp://www.wynkoop.com/
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I’m not going solely for the chance to not say I had old guardian from red wine barrels. That in of itself is worth not paying $55
I’ll be there the last half hour or so as part of a group of journalists doing a jaunt around the brewpubs of Denver.