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Colorado Brewers’ Festival

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A volunteer pours a beer for a guest at the Funkwerks booth at the Colorado Brewer’s Festival. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

By Trigg Skoe

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Enjoy some of the best beer Colorado has to offer at the Colorado Brewers’ Festival on June 28th and 29th.

At the Canvas stadium in Fort Collins the 30th annual brewers’ festival will take place. This event brings in over 150 beers and over 50 different breweries from all over Colorado. The event began back in 1990 and now claims the title as the 4th longest running beer fest and the 5th oldest in the nation. The festival was formed to help brewers connect with the community and show their beer off and recognize the major contributions Colorado has had to the craft brewing culture.

If you like beer this event is perfect for you! All you need to do is purchase a ticket on the Colorado Brewers’ Festival website and grab your personal tasting glass then enjoy!

Make sure to review the rules and regulations before attending, which are available on the festival website.

When: June 28th and 29th, 2019

Where: Canvas Stadium in Fort Collins

Brewers' festival crowd after rain
The crowds returned to Colorado Brewers’ Festival on Sunday, June 24 after lightning and stormy weather delayed the event. Mikaela Rodenbaugh | Collegian
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