Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer

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An Ignite presentation about the history of beer in Colorado

An Ignite presentation about the history of beer in Colorado

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  • 1. Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer
  • 2. Your Faux Beer Experts Tara Elaine Anderson Ellis @tarable @ElaineEllis
  • 3. Shitty Beer Begins Text • Photo via RustyCans.com
  • 4. Coors Legacy Text
  • 5. Crappy Beer Comes To the Masses
  • 6. Hippie Begins Brewing in Basement
  • 7. Government Says: FIne, Make Your Own Fucking Beer
  • 8. Boulder: Not Just Pot Anymore!
  • 9. Yuppies Leave Jobs in Masses to Brew Beer. For Yuppies. • 1988 = Wynkoop Brewery • 1989 = New Belgium & Odells • 1993 = Avery, Left Hand & Rock Bottom • 1994 = Great Divide • 1997 = Oskar Blues
  • 10. Beer Saves Denver
  • 11. 100 Ways to Get Free Beer in Colorado
  • 12. It Takes A Village to Create a Beer
  • 13. Great American Barf Festival Carbo Loading: Not Just for Athletes
  • 14. Local Brewers = Free Beer
  • 15. Local Brewers = Getting Fall down Drunk. And still Being able to ride home on your bike.
  • 16. Pro Tip Home Brewing Tools Have Many Uses
  • 17. Be Pretentious: no matter what you’re drinking • Turbidity: The clarity or cloudiness of a particular beer. The more turbid the beer, the cloudier it is. • Malty: Describes a beer with a sweeter or heavier taste. • Hoppy: Used to describe a more bitter or light taste. Terms Via Colorado.com
  • 18. People with Nothing to say Like Fancy Words • Bouquet: The certain smell of a beer, used to describe the beer’s positive aspects. “Woody” or “chocolatey” are common examples. • Odor: Used when referring to an unpleasant smell of beer. “Skunky” is a common word used to describe odor. • Finish: The last bit of taste a beer leaves.
  • 19. Beer: The OTHER Wine Question: IS : :: :
  • 20. Think Global, Drink Local • Photo Courtesy of Andrew Hyde: He Gets Angry If You Don’t Credit Him
  • 21. • July 3, 2009 • 4 to 6 p.m. • Draft House >