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EventsCPR Earth Day Panel
Upcoming Event

CPR Earth Day Panel

DATE April 21, 2024 @ 11:00 am

From Grain to Glass

Join us at our Lowry taproom on 4/21 for a special panel event with our friends at CPR News. Together we will explores climate change, agriculture and sustainable beer-making.

CPR’s Climate editor, Joe Wertz, will lead the discussion alongside Denver Beer Co’s brewer Eric Yindrick and Todd Olander from Root Shoot Malting.

We are Committed to Colorado and creating connections, supporting the communities, and resources in which we work and play. In celebration of Earth Day we will be tapping a special Hoppy American-Style Lager made in collaboration with Proximity Malts using sustainable brewing practices.

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