Less than 5 percent of hops used in Colorado craft beers is grown in the state, and farms are struggling to close that gap.
Some say Bud Light's #UpForWhatever campaign will help Crested Butte's economy. Others say the music, partying, and large, corporate beer marketing run counter to the town's character.
Tickets have been selling out quickly in recent years and demand remains high.
Responding to demand from the industry, Colorado schools are training the beer leaders of the future. Nationwide about 35 schools are moving the same direction.
Big brewers are making more craft-style brews, and some beer enthusiasts aren’t happy about it.
Brewer Charlie Berger shares a winter seasonal beer recipe for 'Tis the Saison.
Innovation and imagination drive the craft beer industry. As such, Colorado craft breweries are challenging the traditions of winter seasonal beers, experimenting with styles while using unique ingredients.
At the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, you can try a Cucumber Cream Ale, a S’mores Stout, and a Raspberry I-P-A.
Brian O'Connell of Denver's Renegade Brewing shows off the new design for his renamed beer, Redacted. [Photo: CPR/MVerlee]