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Tyra Sutak

Articles By Tyra Sutak

First-Timer’s Guide: Boise, Idaho

Mountain casual meets craft beer haven in Idaho’s state capital.

5 Local Spots for Renting Outdoor Gear Essentials

Whatever adventure you’re planning—be it a weekend ski trip or remote backpacking excursion—get the equipment you need from one of these local gear-rental programs.

Here’s What’s New at the Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant in Boulder

The 23-year-old eatery recently reopened with a fresh new look and menu.

O.G. New Belgium Brewing Company Is Still Innovating

With a shiny new label for one of its flagship beers and a new bar and restaurant concept at Denver International Airport, one of the Front Range’s original craft pioneers continues to improve with age.

The Pro’s Closet Is Redefining How We Value Pre-Owned Bikes

The company’s new certified pre-owned program makes the bike-buying experience approachable and reliable for riders of all experience levels.

Coors Releases Colorado-Only Beer Based on Historical Recipe

To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Prohibition, the brewing giant reached into its archives and brought back Batch 19.

Are Brewery-to-Brewery Partnerships the Future of Craft Beer?

In a state with almost 400 operating breweries, smart brewers are teaming up to get ahead.

Collaboration Fest

6 Special Brews to Seek Out at Collaboration Beer Festival

One of Denver’s most unique and collaborative beer events returns on Saturday, March 16. Here are some of the one-off suds you won’t want to miss.

Hike We Like: Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park

One of Colorado’s most beloved hikes in RMNP is less crowded and offers exceptional views of Hallett Peak in the wintertime.

5 Real-Deal Colorado Ranches to Stay at This Winter

Escape to one of these rustic, relaxing Colorado guest ranches, where the yeehaw-ing fun happens all year-long.

9 Gear Essentials for Winter Hiking

Lace up your boots and hit the trails with these nine pieces of locally crafted gear, perfect for wintertime trekking.

5 Incredible Snowshoe Adventures

Grab your snowshoes and reserve a spot on one of these unique snowshoe excursions—some of which take place under moonlight—in the Colorado wilderness.

How Colorado’s New Liquor Law Will Affect the Craft Beer Industry

As of January 1, full-strength beer became available in grocery stores across the state. Here’s what that could mean for our craft brewers.

Fall beer

8 Scrumptious Seasonal Beers to Drink Right Now

Whether you fancy pumpkin ales, dark lagers, or sour apple-flavored beers, these local breweries have got you covered.

3 Booze-Inspired Craft Beers to Sip This Month

Cocktail- and spirits-inspired beers FTW.

The 10 Best Things We Ate and Drank at GABF

The 2018 Great American Beer Festival once again showcased some of Colorado’s best brewers and chefs.


Big Changes to Look for at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival

The country’s largest brew fest will return to Denver on September 20-22 with more space, a different layout, and new sponsors.

A First-Timer’s Guide to Enjoying Summer in Crested Butte

A perennial favorite of powder hounds, this charming town in Gunnison County is also a bucket-list destination during the warmer months.

Hike We Like: Long Lake Trailhead to Lake Isabelle

Head to the Brainard Lake Recreation Area to make the trek to Lake Isabelle, and get a front-row view of one of the most iconic ridgelines in Colorado along the way.

Avery Brewing Company

Avery Brewing Company Celebrates 25 Years

Founder Adam Avery weighs in on the brewery’s journey so far while looking forward to a big anniversary party on August 4.

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