7 New Beers, 7 New Reasons to Love Denver Beer Co
With opening day fast approaching (August 12th), brews bubbling, and building anticipation that rivals Christmas Day, we present a VIP look at the “first seven”. Much hard work and some comedic errors went into the making of these beers. So enjoy, as the near future yields different recipes, styles, and a countless new variations to try.
- Kaffir Lime Wheat - A brilliant straw pour with mild lacing, this wheat has a nose of fresh lime citrus, lemon grass, and banana. A boldly refreshing porch pounder with bright tones of Kaffir Lime, clementine, mild spices and a crisp, clean finish.
- Rye 25 Pale Ale - With a nose as complex as the highway, Rye 25 billows notes of hay and spice with underlying granny smith apple on the nose. The drink is forward with rye and cinnamon while subtle vanilla and citrus round out the finish.
- Gear Up IPA - A tribute to the auto garage we now call home, this dry-hopped IPA beams with piney citrus and musky/bittersweet hop tones. The drink is full of flavors ranging from grain and sweet malt, to honeysuckle and tangerine.
- Graham Cracker Porter - A campfire in a glass, this robust beauty has seductive notes of vanilla, smoked cedar, and mulling spices on the nose. A dark pour with mild lacing, she is a rollercoaster of lush chocolate and fig fruits diving into a semi-dry finish of truffle and cherry.
- Platte Pils - With silky malts and sweet grain on the nose, Platte Pils is a clean, smooth brew. Herbal tones mix with zesty citrus flavors that lead onto a mid palate of mild yeast tones and a finish as refreshing as a cool dip in the river on a hot summer day.
- Confluence Pale Ale - Sweet malt tones on the nose, this easy-drinking Pale is as inviting as grandmother’s cookies. A citrus-driven hop presence on the mid palate with a crsip finish make this the prefectly balanced brew for cooler summer evenings.
- Stormy Summer Stout (until we come up with a more clever name summer stout) - A cloudy, creamy pour with a nose of chocolate and dark fruits brings a palate of roasted malts, vanilla, and bittersweet hops. A dark brew you can drink on a hot day, this is a light, refreshing stout.
Cheers and see you all very soon,
Denver Beer Co.