Boulder Beer’s Old Favorites Return With a New Look
Boulder Beer Company shocked Colorado just over a year ago by closing its taproom, laying off its entire staff and ending its forty-year legacy as the state’s oldest craft brewery. But a handful of the brewery’s most iconic beer brands have lived on, thanks to a contract brewery in Denver, which had agreed in late 2019 to brew, package and distribute those beer for Boulder Beer’s majority owner, Gina Day.
Barrel-Aged Shake Chocolate Porter Builds On Classic Beer and Expands Boulder Beer Brand
The new variety brings a robust and complex twist to an already-flavorful beer. Starting with the deep brown color and moving to the rich, multi-layered nose it’s clear—this beer needs to be slowly sipped and savored.