“It’s just the Colorado lifestyle in general,” says Two22 owner Paige Schuster. “People are really active and they also like craft beer. It just goes hand in hand.”
The Imperial Pumpkin Ale — spiced with Vietnamese and Indonesian cinnamons, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, mace and cloves — clocks in at 9 percent ABV and 24 IBU.
A food truck and live music is also on schedule for the party, which starts at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 9.
“Sharing a stage with so many amazing Pilsner brewers that I infinitely admire is such an incredible feeling and is a great testament to the hard work of our whole team,” he said.
Levesque said this is only the second contest for Launch Pad and he expects the competition to be fierce.
The beer makers there have plenty of special brews planned for the occasion, but the big ones are barrel-aged versions of their Quit Stalin Russian Imperial Stout.
And check out this week’s business story about the steady growth in craft brewing, with a local focus on Aurora’s newest beer maker, Launch Pad Brewery
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