Countdown to Collaboration Fest

We can guarantee one thing: the beers of Collaboration Fest are sure to be some of the most unique, delicious and limited offerings you’ve ever tasted! Join us on Saturday March 19th in Denver! – Festival Organizers

 Marshall Brewing at Gravity Brewing in Louisville, CO.

Marshall Brewing at Gravity Brewing in Louisville, CO. Photo by Rachel Dugas.

Tomorrow brewers from across the country and some 2,000 beer lovers will land in Denver for the third appearance of Collaboration Fest, presented by Two Parts (formerly Imbibe), which will feature creative concoctions of brewer collaborations, with the only criteria that one team member from each collaboration hails from Colorado.

This is an opportunity for brewers to hang out with other brewers, to drink beer and to ponder the world of craft brewing while joining forces to create one-of-a-kind brews exclusively brewed for this festival. (Many will hold special release parties to share the beer with their taproom patrons).

Collaboration Fest is the kickoff event for Colorado Craft Beer Week, which starts runs March 19 through 27, and will highlight the state’s best craft beer at various locations. Collaboration Fest was created in partnership with the Colorado Brewers Guild, and is sponsored by Falling Rock Tap House and Star Bar. In addition to sponsoring the event, they also created a collaboration beer with New Belgium for the festival. Unfortunately to procrastinators, the festival is already Sold Out; however, unauthorized ticket barkers will likely be an option if you are desperate to taste what the brewers have come up with.

Here is a photo gallery of some brew events that took place in Boulder last month. We can’t wait to sample these and more great beers. Cheers!

Upslope and New Belgium

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Brewers get a little stir crazy at a collaboration brew at Upslope Brewing in Boulder, Co. Photo by Rachel Dugas.

Rachel Dugas

About Rachel Dugas

Rachel Dugas is a craft beer writer and photographer from Lafayette, Louisiana. Now living in Old Town Lafayette with her husband and daughter, Rachel can be seen snapping her camera incessantly while enjoying craft beers throughout Boulder County. Rachel was an official Beer Geek for GABF 2015. Follow Rachel on Instagram @boldtowngirl or on Twitter @R_Worthy

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