Breckenridge Brewery reached out to Boundary Brewing Cooperative in Belfast, Ireland, in order to brew its seasonal Nitro Dry Irish Stout. Photograph by Mike Tish
Style: Dry Irish Stout
Serving Type: 15.2-ounce can
ABV: 4.8 percent
Hop Meter (1–10): 2
Malt Meter (1–10): 6.5
Reviewed: March 2017
About one year ago, Breckenridge Brewery debuted its Nitro Series, and in doing so it became one of the few craft breweries in...
March 15 2017, 1:44 PM
From left: David Pelta-Tiller, Mike Robinson, Troy Robey, and Enion Pelta-Tiller. Photograph courtesy of Anne Staveley
If the apocalypse comes, David Pelta-Tiller is unsure of what music he would take with him as he tries to live out the end of the world. “It’s tough,” he says. “It depends on what mood I’m in.” Apparently not even the end of days could force David to make a rushed decision when it comes to music...
March 10 2017, 1:30 PM
The trash fire that was 2016 concluded with the shutting down of some of Denver's adored DIY spaces, most notably Rhinoceropolis and Glob. Now, Denver's do-it-yourself artists are receiving good news.
Denver Arts & Venues is partnering with Santa Fe, New Mexico, arts production...
March 10 2017, 10:00 AM
Wheelchair basketball is one of several sports the Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation promotes. Others include sled hockey, power soccer, wheelchair lacrosse, and wheelchair curling. Courtesy of the Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation
It was early on Thursday morning when Tim Myers, owner of Strange Craft Beer Company, answered the phone. Whatever the small-business owner was busy with at the time was put on hold—this call was about the Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation. Myers has been involved with the CASF for...
March 3 2017, 12:20 PM
Patricia Barry Levy's art uses photography to provide a sense of setting. Her work will be on display at PACE. Photograph courtesy of Patricia Barry Levy
Fine-art photography is back in the Mile High City in a big way. Over the next few months, Month of Photography Denver will display the wide range of artistic capabilities photography affords artists. This biennial celebration attracts hundreds of artists looking to showcase their talents...
March 1 2017, 4:10 PM
Because The Sky Is Everywhere is available now. Photograph courtesy of Nancy Sharp
Colorado’s Nancy Sharp embraces difficult conversations. In her life, the hardest of those began in May of 2004, after her husband—the father of her two 3-year-old children—passed away. Since then, Sharp has drawn on her personal experiences and conversations pertaining to grief as a basis for...
February 23 2017, 2:00 PM
Larry Hulst went to about 10 shows each month during the '70s and '80s. He recalls the '70s as being the golden years of live music. Photograph courtesy of Christian Murdock
Larry Hulst was in his early 20s and had just returned from Vietnam when he photographed his first show as a freelance concert photographer in November 1969. It was Steve Miller, live at the Fillmore in San Francisco.
Hulst now resides in Colorado Springs, where he has lived for the...
February 17 2017, 12:00 PM
Echo Mountain opened for business on Jan. 10. Fred Klaas, the general manager, says the ski hill offers an alternative to the big resorts out west. Photograph by Mike Tish
The first thing that struck me about Echo Mountain Resort is the people: There aren’t very many. In one sense, Echo looks like any other alpine destination, just on a smaller scale. Streams of white runs still cut through vast swaths of evergreen like a river, but normally there are...
February 14 2017, 4:45 PM