A man shops for craft brews on Friday April 03, 2015 at Chambers Liquors.
Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel

DENVER | A coalition of Colorado liquor store owners, brewers, distillers and vintners reaffirmed its commitment to fight a possible change to state liquor laws Oct. 21, after a group of chain grocery stores announced plans to lobby lawmakers or attempt to pen a 2016 ballot question to allow full-strength booze in supermarkets. The recently […]

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Lyssa Walborn, employee, pours a Colorado Freedom Memorial Ale on June 29 at Dry Dock Brewery in Aurora. (Heather L. Smith/The Aurora Sentinel)

As the week winds down, there’s plenty happening in Aurora for beer drinkers looking for a sudsy weekend. • The Hops For Habitat Brewfest is set for 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at Plains Conservation Center, 21901 E, Hampden Ave. Tickets for this brew-filled shindig on the city’s eastern edge — proceeds […]

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COLE: Beer of the Week, Dec. 12


I’m the first to admit that most breweries aren’t the magical places you’d expect them to be. Most of them don’t have televisions and very few offer anything more than popcorn — and even that’s barely edible. Breweries are fairly quiet, open spaces where one should consume and contemplate beer, pay for it and make way […]

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