Leah Arthur

About Leah Arthur

Leah loves Colorado beer. She blogs about Colorado beer, breweries, bars, beer & food pairings, restaurants with craft beer, beer events and more as Colorado Beer Girl.
Posts by Leah Arthur

Next Stop: Roadhouse Boulder Depot

Roadhouse Boulder Depot recently opened, and last weekend I stopped in to have some lunch and check it out. I was very excited to visit the restaurant for multiple reasons. First, the historical aspect of it–the building itself used to serve as the Boulder Train Depot, from 1890-1957. Secondly, there were several items on the […]

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Say “Howdy” to the new Post cans

The Post Brewing Co. has been a local favorite since it opened its doors in January 2014. Guests enjoy the ambiance, made from scratch meals, community feel and of course–the beers. The Post’s Brewmaster, Bryan Selders, has created several award-winning beers over the last year and a half. Both the Meathooks Session Ale and Townie […]

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Jul-IPA Fest: Recap & Highlights

On Saturday, July 11, hop lovers headed to The Millennium Harvest House in Boulder for Jul-IPA Festival. The hotel, in conjunction with The West End Tavern, hosted over 35 breweries, each pouring samples of its finest IPAs. While the festival is in its seventh year, this was the first one I had attended. I am a big […]

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Seventh Annual Jul-IPA Festival

This Saturday, July 11th is the 7th Annual Jul-IPA Festival, presented by The West End Tavern in Boulder. The event will be held at the outdoor pavilion of the Millennium Harvest House Hotel from noon-4 p.m. This year’s festival will host over 35 breweries, mostly local but with some well-known out-of-state breweries too, such as Dogfish Head, Firestone Walker, […]

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Familiar Yet Unique: Under the Sun

In 1993, Mountain Sun Pub and Brewery opened its doors on Pearl Street in downtown Boulder. The vision behind this new establishment was to provide excellent food and freshly brewed beer in an environment centered around community, comfort and conversation. Apparently, that idea appealed not only to Mountain Sun’s founders but to the community as […]

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