Mayor’s note: I’m writing a three-part series on DOing Durango. Part one, focuses on the Durango brewery scene. Part two will focus on food. Part three will focus on touristy, fun activities you shouldn’t miss. If I had to use just one word to describe Durango, Colorado, it would be “chill.” People are friendly and the pace of life is a few clicks slower than along the Front Range of
Northern Colorado is known as the Napa Valley of Beer for a very good reason – people here LOVE beer, and everyone fancies themselves a beer snob, and whether they enjoy stouts, IPAs, wheats or reds, it’s gotta be Colorado-brewed. Today, you’d be hard pressed to throw a rock and not hit a brewery in Northern Colorado. More than a dozen new breweries popped up in just the last year,
I am dog person. I can’t imagine coming home to a house without having an excited canine there to greet me. While some people ooh and aww over babies, I’m the person who will get overly excited about a new puppy or newly adopted dog. Let’s face it, dogs are awesome and many of us couldn’t live without ours. That being said, this week’s give away is a pair
If you know a dog lover, beer lover, Colorado fan or all three, this book will make a great Christmas present! Their tag line is “Dogs, Beer, Colorado, it doesn’t get much better.” And it really doesn’t get much more Coloradoan than dogs and beer. “Brew Dogs of Colorado” is a beautiful and unique book featuring over 100 Colorado breweries, the brewers and their dogs. Over 200 color photographs
Check out my new article about the Gnarly Barley Brew Festival in Loveland, Colorado on August 7, 2010. At the end of the article, leave a comment letting me know your favorite Colorado beer and you’ll be entered to win 2 free tickets to the event. The winner will be chosen at random on Monday, August 2, 2010. Find the article by clicking here.