Denver’s Collaboration Beer Fest will offer never-before-had beers created by dozens of breweries working together.
“There is no other beer tasting event like this in the country,” said Steve Kurowski, director of operations for the Colorado Brewers Guild.
The fest set for March 25 is expected to include scores of collaborative beers from breweries from at least four countries. Tickets range from $60 to $85 and are being sold now.
For comparison, tickets to a day at the Super Bowl of beer events, The Great American Beer Festival, cost $80 last year and featured many more breweries. Tickets to the Denver [Only] Beer Festivus featuring 53 breweries cost $40.
“This year we have more than 100 unique collaborative beers from 154 breweries, 20 states and even Finland, Sweden and Italy,” Kurowski said in a statement.
The guild sponsors the event. Denver-based Two Parts puts it on.
“Collaboration Fest is a pillar of what it means to be a part of the Colorado craft beer industry and celebrate our successes and dreams in a fun and inviting environment,” said Tobias Krause, event manager at Two Parts, in a statement.
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