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Home to 11 operating breweries — including one with roots in Lyons, and addition addition bottomward to Niwot — and a dozen-plus committed tap houses, Longmont is beer country.
And yet, it’s Fort Collins, 30 afar north, that English beer book Michael Jackson dubbed, “the Napa Valley of beer.” And it’s Boulder, 22 afar southwest, that boasts the abode of the Brewers Association, the American Homebrewers Association and Brewers Publication; the bearing of the Great American Beer Festival; and the aboriginal post-Prohibition ability brewery in the state.
Sort of: That brewery, the Boulder Brewing Company, may accept been conceived by a brace of CU-Boulder engineers, but aback the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms issued the permit, the abode read: 15555 N. 83rd St., Longmont, Colo. 80501.
That’s right, the alpha of Colorado’s ability beer anarchy began in Longmont.
Boulder Brewing confused south to its namesake in 1984. It would be addition decade afore Longmont started bearing beer again, but one brewery would accord way to many. And, by 2011, two of those would be amid the best affecting in the absolute ability beer movement.
‘Now is the time.’
Like best brewing communities, Longmont’s beer arena was initially conceived across afore demography base in American soil.
Eric Wallace and Dick Doore were the aboriginal to bulb in the boondocks of 51,000.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Wallace was the son of an Air Force administrator and grew up all over the world, conspicuously activity to aerial academy in Germany afore abiding to the States, “confused and addled that the wealthiest country on Earth had such a monochromatic appearance of the beer world.”
Following in his father’s footsteps, Wallace abutting the Air Force Academy, afresh tech school, and spent the base of the 1980s overseas. It was at the Academy, in ‘82, that he beyond paths with Doore: built-in in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, aloft in a rural New Hampshire acreage town.
Life across — in Germany, Italy, Turkey and England — contributed decidedly to their faculty of beer-drinking culture. Aback the two alternate to the States in the aboriginal ‘90s, they acclimatized in Niwot and absitively to partner. Wallace was alive by a contempo cross-country cruise of every above ability brewery at that time — “All the way to Homer, Alaska, and back.” — and Doore had been homebrewing aback his brother gave him a homebrew kit in ‘90. Enthusiasm collided with experience.
“Dude, what are we activity to do?” Wallace recounts. “This beer affair is activity to happen. Now is the time. It is the time.”
According to Doore, the aboriginal beer they brewed calm was a stout.
“We brewed it once. And started bubbler that aboriginal batch,” Doore told Theresa McCulla, a babysitter at the Smithsonian Institution. “I anticipate by the end of that evening, we had absitively to alpha a brewery.”
They began visiting every brewery they could drive to, allocution to any brewer who would accord them time, and bankrupt bottomward any beer they could alcohol for inspiration.
They additionally bare a abode to brew, and a 5,300-square-foot above meatpacking bulb on Boston Avenue accepted to be ideal — alike if the antecedent buyer absent his appropriate arm in a sausage grinder.
Oddly enough, that’s not breadth Larboard Hand got its name. Wallace and Doore originally capital to alarm their brewery Indian Peak Brewing Company, but there was a allotment conflict. Instead, they looked to their home of Niwot — the Southern Arapaho chat for “left hand” — and drew afflatus there.
Wallace and Doore congenital Larboard Hand in September 1993, started architecture out the brewery in October, and brewed their aboriginal accumulation of beer, Sawtooth Amber Ale, on Jan. 2, 1994. That aforementioned year, Sawtooth netted the two a gold badge at the Great American Beer Festival.
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Wallace and Doore were far from the alone ones who anticipation aperture a brewery in the ‘90s was a acceptable idea. At a adjacent aerospace company, Craig Taylor was aggravating to recruit Dennis Coombs to do the aforementioned thing. Like best able brewers, Taylor was a homebrewer addled on his booze and saw a approaching in it. Coombs was game, as was Dave D’Epagnier, who overheard Taylor and Coombs talking shop. He, too, was a homebrewer and capital in. Anon Tom Charles was on board, and the aggregation had momentum.
“We aloof jumped into it,” Taylor told columnist Dan Rabin.
Located on the northeast bend of Main Artery and Sixth Avenue, Pumphouse Brewery resides in the “William Lugg Building,” alleged afterwards a arresting Longmont agent from the aboriginal 1900s. The architecture had been host to a avant-garde arrangement of businesses — from copse and atramentous accumulator to a roller amphitheatre — but never a blaze station. That didn’t amount to Taylor and company; you allegation a affair to angle out, and a firehouse affair was as acceptable as any.
The four had the amore and a location; they aloof bare direction. Enter Ross Hagen, who brought brewpub experience. The quintet was set, and May 1, 1996, Pumphouse Brewery & Restaurant opened with a firehouse décor and analogously themed beers.
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At the alpha of the 1990s, Longmont had no breweries. By the about-face of the century: three had opened, two remained.
The third, Overland Date Stop Brewery (located at 526 Main St.), opened in ‘95 with the advice of Wallace and Doore. By the time it bankrupt in ‘99, addition accustomed name was associated with Overland: Dale Katechis.
Born and aloft in Huntsville, Alabama, Katechis ability accept been the alone homebrewer in The Heart of Dixie. There he met and affiliated his aerial academy sweetheart, and there he apprehend a ‘91 Outside annual advertisement Wise River, Montana, as one of the top 10 places in the country to live.
“Saw a account of Wise River, Montana, and said: ‘That’s my life,’” Katechis recounts.
The two arranged up and took off, alive out of money in Boulder. They backward with Katechis’ academy roommate’s sister, begin odd jobs, and fell in adulation with the Centennial State. Katechis started bartending at the Old Chicago on Pearl Artery — a hub in the Boulder County ability brewing movement — afore accepting the befalling to accessible the Longmont Old Chicago in ‘96. The move brought Katechis afterpiece to his home in Lyons, but his administration with the acclaimed alehouse was anon to end.
“One day, at Old Chicago, a bounded administrator threw a calculator at my head, and I was like: ‘Fuck this, I’m done. I’m activity to go do it.’”
“It” was a restaurant. Katechis grew up in the business, and it was his dream to accessible his own. All it took was one aerial calculator — and about $50,000 in avant-garde checks and acclaim cards.
“And we opened Oskar Blues, April 25 on a Friday night, 1997, in a four-foot snowstorm,” he says, grinning.
Named afterwards two accompany Katechis met on a bike cruise — Oskar and “Old Blue” — Oskar Blues Grill & Brews is an absurd academy to set up in a boondocks of 1,400. The aboriginal year was quiet, and the abode beer, “Oskar,” was brewed at Larboard Hand. One of Katechis’ regulars, Craig Engelhorn, started badgering Katechis to cooler his own.
“I set about affliction Dale that his new restaurant should accept a brewery. Afterwards all, it was the ’90s and we were in Colorado,” Engelhorn told Virginia Miller in 2018.
A self-described “mediocre homebrewer,” Katechis alleged Engelhorn’s bluff. Engelhorn afresh begin a acclimated 6-barrel arrangement congenital by allegorical brewer Jim Schlueter in Santa Clarita, California, for sale.
“We went out to see it, and it was in the guy’s advanced yard, and his wife was continuing in the advanced door,” Katechis recounts, chuckling. “It was a absinthian divorce, and the brewpub was allotment of it.”
The two brought the brewpub aback to Lyons, ashore it in Oskar Blues’ basement, and contacted Brian Lutz, whom Katechis knew from the RedFish Brewery in Boulder.
“[Lutz] was absolutely respected, he admired authoritative big Belgian beers,” Katechis says.
Katechis had a compound dating aback to his academy canicule at Auburn Univeristy. He and Engelhorn additionally had a aggregate amore for Arctic Coast Brewing’s Red Seal Ale. Add those to “Brian’s bartering experience,” and Dale’s Anemic Ale was built-in in July 1999.
‘Not aloof us crazy rednecks up here.’
Dale’s Anemic Ale was aloof the beginning, and Oskar Blues’ success continued into the afterward decade with a alternation of milestones. In 2002, they began canning Dale’s Anemic Ale, and broadcast to a 20-barrel arrangement acquired from Brian Dunn at Great Divide Brewing Aggregation — the 6-barrel Schlueter arrangement confused out to the barn breadth they still use it for R&D. In 2003, Frontier Airlines began accustomed Dale’s Anemic Ale on its flights, and in 2005, the New York Times awarded Dale’s Anemic Ale “best anemic ale in the country” in a aphotic aftertaste test.
“I was absolutely that moment,” Katechis reflects. “It’s not aloof us crazy rednecks up actuality in Lyons. [The win] accurate it, and we acclimated it.”
“Best anemic ale in the country” pushed Oskar Blues to the abutting level.
“Years and years of triple-digit growth” followed, and in 2008, Oskar Blues broadcast to Longmont with a 35,000-square-foot assembly brewery, affectionately dubbed: the Appetizing Weasel.
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Left Hand’s aisle was similar. Though years ’94 through ’98 saw accelerated growth, the capital-intensive attributes of brewing additionally fabricated for angular times at the brewery. Then, in April 1998, Larboard Hand bought Tabernash Brewing, a disturbing brewery in Denver’s River Arctic district.
“After affairs Tabernash, we were cash-strapped,” Wallace explains. We were managing two altered wholesalers, and that wasn’t working.
“And afresh Larboard Hand’s banker approved to put us out,” Wallace continues. “They bankrupt bottomward their analysis and larboard us hanging.”
That was in June, three canicule afore Larboard Hand planned to address its aboriginal 12-ounce six-packs. Wallace, who is still a little absinthian about the endeavor, bound not to be put in those straights again.
“After a agglomeration of gyrations, we started our own administration company,” he explains. “We’d been self-distributing in Boulder County the accomplished time, so application that as the base, as the skeleton, we congenital on to that and started distributing on a added boundless basis, activity all the way bottomward to Denver and into the mountains.”
Formed in November, Indian Peaks Administration Aggregation (never let a acceptable name go unused) partnered with Aerial Point Brewing Corp. in Eagle, Bristol Brewing Aggregation in Colorado Springs, Ska Brewing in Durango and Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder to actualize a administration arrangement amid independent, agreeing breweries. And as they expanded, so did their reach: Arctic Coast Brewing Company, Anderson Valley Brewing Company, Dogfish Arch Brewery, Stone Brewing Co., Allagash Brewing Company, Hair of the Dog Brewing Company, Two Brothers Artisan Brewing…
“We started bringing all of these brands into Colorado because Colorado was a acceptable beer bazaar — it was absolute liquor food and cool aggressive and cool open,” Wallace says. “We got nominally profitable, over about seven years, while the brewery backward collapsed [the barometer in the industry at that time].
“In January 2006, we awash our administration aggregation to C.R. Goodman,” Wallace continues. “That accustomed us to be debt-free and absolutely focus on architecture a sales force and aggravating to grow. And that was the aboriginal of 10 years of double-digit growth.”
It additionally opened the aperture for Larboard Hand’s abutting milestone: Milk stout.
Left Hand’s iconic beer was aboriginal brewed in ’99, aggressive by a cruise to Tanzania breadth Doore apparent Castle Stout (a stout dosed with unfermentable milk sugar, i.e., lactose). The beer appearance a buttery aperture and a atom of acidity amid aphotic broiled malts and absinthian hops. It’s like bottomward chrism in your coffee.
“Milk Stout had basically gone abolished in the U.S., there were some biscuit stouts around, but no milk stouts,” Wallace says. “We did it once, and afresh we did it again. We put it into bombers; it was popular, fabricated a brace of batches. And afresh a year later, we started putting it into six-packs, with the absorbed that it would be the winter seasonal. It aloof started going.”
Milk Stout bound became one of Larboard Hand’s best accepted beers. But aback they started packaging it nitrogenized in 2011, it became their number-one agent — attenuate for a aphotic beer. Wallace describes it as a “disturbance in the force.”
“People go: ‘I didn’t apperceive beer could aftertaste like this,’” Wallace says.
Your affable adjacency brewery
Despite able showings from Larboard Hand and Oskar Blues, not to acknowledgment constant business from Pumphouse, the 2000s were quiet for Longmont’s brewing scene.
But things began to change afterward the Great Recession.
Down in Niwot, Leslie and Steve Kaczeus absitively to get in on the brewing scene.
“I fell in adulation activity to Bavaria and seeing bodies airing bottomward the artery with the growlers in their hands,” Leslie says. “And they go to the bounded brewery and ample them up.”
If they were activity to accessible a brewery, Leslie capital it to accept that common quality.
Lucky for them, a baby bartering amplitude — 1,200 aboveboard anxiety — was accessible not too far from breadth they lived. Alike better, the freeholder was an ardent beer drinker.
Leslie and Steve barrage from Boulder County: He from Boulder, she from Erie. The high-tech industry both took them to California for 13 years and brought them back. But, it was a homebrew kit Leslie able Steve for Christmas that afflicted everything.
“It was affectionate of an aperture for me to be creative,” Steve says.
An aggressive homebrewer, Steve accelerating from extracts to all-grain brewing quickly. And the beer was good. So good, they began apprehensive if a career in brewing was a applicable abutting step. To analysis that, Steve abounding a two-week academy at the American Brewers Guild, “to apprentice how to cooler from a abstruse perspective.” Aback Steve returned, aperture a brewery was inevitable.
The Kaczeus’ opened Bootstrap Brewing Aggregation (the name is a nod to the brewery’s DIY origins) on June 20, 2012, with a 3.5-barrel brewing arrangement in about 400 aboveboard anxiety of brewing space. Cozy, to say the least.
Packaging and administration was allotment of the Kaczeus’ bold plan from day one, and their aboriginal beer out the aperture was Insane Rush, an amber-hued IPA abstemious with almighty hops and annealed bitterness.
“It became the acknowledged IPA forth the Advanced Range,” Steve says.
Their additional beer, Stick’s Anemic Ale, won gold at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival.
Currently, Bootstrap distributes bristles amount beers in liquor and grocery stores. It’s what took Bootstrap from apprehensive ancestry to agrarian expansion, and eight years of advance that bound afflicted their Niwot location. As things were accepting their tightest, Steve accomplished out to Katechis (their sons played baseball calm at Niwot Aerial School) for space. Katechis agreed to abundance their cans at the Appetizing Weasel.
One night, Steve and Leslie alone by the Appetizing Weasel for a beer. Ever apparent breadth they accumulate our cans? Steve asks Leslie. No, she says.
“I booty her into the back, there’s all our cans, and there’s this guy benumbed his bike in sandals, and it’s Dale,” Steve says, account how a accidental chat apace embodied into article more. “‘We’re attractive for a building, we gotta go bigger.’ ‘How big?’ ‘I don’t know, 10-15,000 aboveboard feet.’
“[Dale] says: ‘I got a building. Wanna go analysis it out?’” Steve continues. “‘Alright.’ ‘Let’s go do it now.’“
Located at 142 Pratt St., Katechis’ architecture was what the Kaczeuses bare and more. They confused in 2017, aperture a alehouse and achievement date abutting to their dauntingly ample assembly space; amplitude that has bound abounding with Bootstrap beer. They brewed 7,000 barrels of beer in 2019, and Steve expects they’ll cooler 9,000 to 10,000 barrels this year. It can handle 25,000 barrels, Leslie says, but they apparently won’t hit that cardinal for at atomic a brace years.
After the flood
From Sept. 11-15, 2013, Longmont accomplished the best adverse beam flood in its history.
Once-in-a-lifetime accustomed disasters accept means of antibacterial beginning industries. Yet, Longmont and the surrounding areas bounced aback stronger than before. A new beachcomber of industry was coming, and annihilation signaled this added than the closing of the Butterball turkey processing bulb in 2011.
When the Butterball bulb was congenital in 1950, Longmont’s primary industry was agriculture. Sixty-one years later, Butterball was the aftermost evidence of those days, wiped out by booms in retail as able-bodied as accommodation and residential amenities.
300 Suns Brewing, the aboriginal start-up brewery to accessible in Longmont aback the Pumphouse in 1996, planned to accessible in backward 2013 but had to delay because of calamity during construction. Abounding businesses suffered a agnate fate or worse.
On Feb. 21, 2014, 300 Suns Brewing, endemic and operated by bedmate and wife Dan and Jean Ditslear, was the aboriginal brewery to accessible in the adumbration of Butterball. Like best ability breweries at the time, their breadth was somewhat removed from the backpack portions of the city. But their focus was hyper-local, codicillary on abuse acceptable beer, and a ability of analytical drinkers.
Less than a mile away, Shoes & Brews was addition ancestors establishment: Ashlee and Colin Anderson and their acquaintance from college, Dave Zakavec; Colin’s father, Roger; and Ashlee’s friends, Kris and Mike Donohoe. They opened their doors on July 1, 2014 — beneath than one year afterwards hatching the business plan — forth the banks of the St. Vrain Creek in a abounding building.
“Everything you see, we built,” Ashlee says of Shoes & Brews. Aback they confused in, it was one big allowance with two bathrooms in the back. Now they accept afar the retail abundance from the bar.
When they opened in 2014, they weren’t abiding the abstraction would bolt on. But, they figured, “Shoes will pay for brews.”
“It’s its own admirable thing,” Ashlee says. “If you had to abstracted the businesses, you could. But, the fun affair is, you don’t accept to.”
Shoes & Brews has 20 taps, three to bristles of them brewed centralized by Roger. He works with a one-barrel arrangement (making Shoes & Brews the aboriginal bartering brewery in Longmont).
Now married, Ashlee and Colin weren’t aback they started their Shoes & Brews journey. Neither were Ryan and Robin Wibby aback they opened the doors to Wibby Brewing on Sept. 4, 2015. That afflicted at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival aback Wibby Brewing won argent for their Moondoor Dunkel. While accepting the accolade on stage, Ryan alone to one knee and popped the question.
The win and angle generated headlines, but it was Ryan’s all-embracing lagers that has kept the doors accessible and the tanks full.
Born in Golden, Ryan best up a adulation for lager in Central Pennsylvania while alive at Iron Hill Brewery in Lancaster. He angry amore into profession with a six-month “Certified Brewmaster Course” at Berlin, Germany’s VLB. There, he acclimatized on a combination: acceptable German lagers melded with American ingenuity.
“Technically, it’s added difficult to accomplish a crisp, apple-pie lager that’s acceptable to drink,” Ryan says. “Our ambition is: Anything an ale can make, a lager can accomplish better.”
Like 300 Suns, Wibby Brewing additionally opened abreast the shuttered Butterball plant, this time on the arctic ancillary of the ability at 209 Emery St. At the time, both breweries were operating in industrial-like settings. But, in the accomplished bristles years, the Butterball bulb has been leveled, and now the South Main Abject accommodation circuitous will accompany the adjacency to both. Across Main Street, Ashlee says a whole, alive circuitous has circumscribed up about Shoes & Brews.
“Next aperture to us, this architecture was aloof bought, and there’s a gym central of it. Abaft us is the Longmont Climbing Collective, which is a bouldering gym. Connected to them is Warrior Playground,” she says. “This breadth has absolutely become a centermost for bodies who are attractive to be added active.”
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Farther south in the abridged adjacency of Prospect New Town, addition husband-and-wife team, Brandon and Lisa Boldt are bearing some of the oddest, funkiest, best hasty beer in the area. But, as Brandon credibility out: “Colorado has one of the most, if not the most, accomplished beer communities in one circumscribed area.”
It would be adamantine to accessible up a abode like Primitive after that education. The beer they accomplish is locally sourced, spontaneously fermented, barrel-aged (often on fruit), attenuated and served still (without carbonation). For some drinkers, the acerb acid, vinous flavors, dejected aggrandize and casual tannins will hew afterpiece to wine than beer. But, as the Boldts suspect, a lot has afflicted in what beer drinkers are attractive for.
Back in 1993, beer drinkers gravitated to Larboard Hand because the Sawtooth Ale Wallace and Doore brewed arranged added acidity than all those mass-market ablaze lagers combined. Beneath than a decade later, Dale’s Anemic Ale upped the ante with a face abounding of hops. Tastes progress, and aback Brandon and Lisa Boldt opened the doors to Primitive on April 14, 2018, they accompanying took those tastes to new heights while additionally bringing beer aback to its roots.
“I anticipate it’s beautiful,” Brandon says. “It gets aback to the history of this beverage. … Aggravating to use that bounded additive and aggravating to allege to the acidity of your area.”
‘Don’t f— it up.’
“Eight, nine years ago, [beer] was the gold rush,” Leslie Kaczeus says.
“‘Oh, my gosh! I’m activity to accessible a brewery and become a millionaire!’” she jokes. “We aloof beam absurdly every time addition thinks they’re activity to accomplish money brewing beer.”
Some are accomplishing well; others are accomplishing better. Best are breaking even; a few are not. Yes, there is a all-inclusive beer community, but business is still cutthroat. Shelf amplitude in liquor and grocery food is adamantine to appear by, and the antagonism for tap handles is stiff. Though there has been an access in the ability beer bazaar aback 2012 — both locally and nationally — it hasn’t been bland sailing for all.
On July 12, 2014, the Powder Keg Brewing Aggregation became the additional brewery in Niwot. They bankrupt their doors on March 10, 2018. Skeye Brewing Aggregation opened its Hover Artery alehouse on June 1, 2015, and bankrupt three years afterwards on June 25, 2018. Brewmented, a homebrew accumulation abundance with a baby alehouse in the back, opened a few storefronts bottomward from Skeye on May 14, 2018, but alone fabricated it to Aug. 31, 2019, afore axis out the lights. Aback in Prospect New Town, Accessible Aperture Brewing Aggregation exhausted Primitive Beer to the adjacency by a year. They were alike canning their beer afore that, but still concluded up closing on June 29, 2018.
Just about anybody gets into this business with the aforementioned goal: Accomplish acceptable beer. But the affidavit they get out of it are legion. Some accept assorted investors with altered objectives. Others abridgement the day-in-day-out business faculty it takes to run a brewery. Too abounding abridgement backgrounds in hospitality.
And afresh there’s the beer.
Without a affection product, and after consistency, not alone does it attempt claimed success, it puts the blow of the industry at risk. It’s a point Steve Kaczeus from Bootstrap takes seriously.
Steve: “The aftermost two, three years at the Ability Brewers Conference, that’s one of the aboriginal affair the guys at the Brewers Association—“
Leslie: “Paul [Gatz, the administrator of the Brewers Association] stands up at his keynote and says: ‘Get out.’”
Steve: “‘—All these guys, who’ve been in the business for 20, 30 years, they got us to this point. All you new guys advancing in behind: Don’t fuck it up.’”
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Longmont’s brewers are acknowledgment Gatz’s charge. And they are accomplishing it by afterward their beatitude and accumulation their passions into every beer.
Großen Bart Brewery (pronounced “grossen”) opened Nov. 1, 2014, with a 10-barrel arrangement in a comfortable but ample ability on Delaware Avenue abaft the Safeway on Ken Pratt Boulevard.
Grossen is German for “big beard,” and buyer Taylor Wise sports one alongside a tap account with facial hair-named beers, from Chin Strap IPA to Fu Manchu Foreign Stout to HandBarley Wine.
Out east, Collision Brewing Aggregation is a family-run brewpub restaurant with an automotive theme. One of their beers, appropriately alleged Blinker Fluid, is a Kölsch fabricated with butterfly tea and Dejected Juniper berries. In the amiss light, it looks like neon dejected mud. In the appropriate light, it ancestor with cyan, chartreuse, alike lavender.
“We like accomplishing some odd beers here,” buyer Eric Blythe says.
Eric runs the advanced of the abode while brother Jason brews in the back. They’re currently alive a seven-barrel system, but accept affluence of allowance to abound into a 30-barrel system.
In a way, Collision is evocative of the brewpubs of the late-’90s, early-2000s. The majority of the 10,000-square-foot operation is aloof for dining — their card is all-encompassing and absolutely tasty. Beer is a draw, but not the draw. Agnate to how Engelhorn goaded Katechis into brewing his own beer, it aloof makes faculty that the Blythes cooler their own as well.
Head alike further east, and you’ll acquisition Longmont’s newest brewery, Outworld Brewing, amid at 1725 Vista Appearance Drive.
They opened their doors on Feb. 28, 2020, and plan to advertise Belgian and Bavarian styles, with a few dank IPAs and Mexican lagers tossed in for acceptable measure.
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History may not echo itself, but it does rhyme. Spend some time dining and bubbler at Collision, and you’ll acquisition whiffs of Oskar Blue’s aboriginal restaurant. Wibby’s amore for lagers in an industry of ale matches Wallace’s abhorrence for monochromatic beer. The Boldts mirror Steve and Leslie Kaczeus, and carnality versa. As civic beer sales apathetic and stall, alone time will behest which bounded brewery will survive the abutting shakeout and which will not. And which will acquaintance the rocket ride of advance the way Larboard Hand and Oskar Blues did.
One affair is certain: Longmont brewers allegation not comedy additional dabble to their adjoining brethren. They never did in the aboriginal place.
“There’s now 11 breweries operating in Longmont? There was aught aback we came here,” Wallace from Larboard Hand says. “We started the aboriginal one, and we helped our accompany alpha the additional one. … Now there’s a bunch.
“And attending what that does to the bolt of the community. All of us are little nodules of association building, affiliated together. Now bodies appetite to alive in Longmont. Longmont was consistently affectionate of a cow town, and a bit of a base of a joke,” he continues. “Longmont had an inferiority complex, and I was consistently ashamed by it.”
The canicule of inferiority complexes are over. In Longmont, the best beer may still be yet to come.
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