Craft Beer Feature

During the late 80s, Brian Dunn founder of Great Divide Brewery spent 5 years overseas expanding his knowledge and passion for beer during his travels. Dunn eventually returned to Colorado, started homebrewing and went to graduate school. Upon graduation in 1993, when Denver’s craft beer scene barely existed, he set out to found what would eventually become one of America’s most decorated and celebrated craft breweries.

The Great Divide brewery started small in 1994, and in the beginning Dunn was the only full-time employee…brewing, bottling and selling to accounts all in the same day. As the brewery grew, the beer spoke for itself. Dunn’s beers were balanced, flavorful and representative of a lifestyle that is uniquely Colorado.

While Great Divide’s ethos may be globally-inspired, their beers are distinctly Denver.

Thanks to their hardworking, creative and passionate employees, Great Divide has grown into what it is today: winner of more than 18 Great American Beer Festival medals and recipient of 5 World Beer Cup awards.

They do it because they love it – be sure to stop by this month, grab some of these great beers and see for yourself.

Now Only $7.99! 6pk - 12oz cans You Save $2.00!

Great Divide Denver Pale Ale This American Pale Ale opens with big citrus and pine notes, then smooths out with a faint toasted malt character and dry, slightly bitter finish. Denver Pale Ale is your go-to beer from city to trail and back again, no matter what the time or season. ABV: 5.0%

Great Divide Roadie was named both for the road biking cyclist (roadie) and the German word for cycling (radler) and inspired by Great Divide’s roots in the cycling community. Brewed with natural grapefruit puree, this easy-drinking ale pours a hazy sunrise gold and is bursting with citrus aroma. Unique in its class, this Radler is refreshing and slightly tart, with just enough bitterness to keep both cyclists and spectators coming back for more. ABV: 4.2%

Great Divide Titan IPA is a big, aggressively hopped India Pale Ale brewed for hop disciples. It starts out with piney hop aromas and citrus hop flavors, and finishes with a nice rich, malty sweetness that is balanced with crisp hop bitterness. ABV: 7.1%

Great Divide Colette Farm House Ale is their homage to the saisons that Belgian farm workers have enjoyed for centuries. Brewed with barley, wheat and rice and fermented at high temperatures with a special blend of four different yeast strains, Colette is fruity and slightly tart, with a dry finish that makes it that rarest of treats — a beer as refreshing as it is complex. ABV: 7.3%

These “must try” Colorado brews are featured all month at a terrific price. Grab some Today!


Import Beer of the Month

Einstock Ales $8.29 6pk-cans You Save $1.70!

Einstök Ölgerð® is located just 60 miles south of the Arctic circle in the fishing port of Akureyri, Iceland. There, the water flows from rain and prehistoric glaciers down the Hlíðarfjall Mountain and through ancient lava fields, delivering the purest water on Earth, and the perfect foundation for brewing deliciously refreshing craft ales.

Einstock Artic White Ale In Iceland, the quest was simple: Einstock wanted to make the best white ale ever tasted. They got there with the complex flavors of the classic witbier, including orange peel and coriander – all brewed with pure Icelandic water and a touch of oats that deliver a cool smoothness that is uniquely flavorful and refreshingly drinkable.

A clean and crisp start with a smooth mouth-feel thanks to the oats, citrus and spice round out a refreshing finish.

Einstock Arctic Pale Ale Brewed 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle, where they balance three kinds of hops with pure Icelandic water to create an ale unlike any other. It can only be described as an Arctic Pale Ale and it’s truly one of a kind. Cascade hops give it American character, while Northern Brewer and Hallertau Tradition add just enough bitterness to make this ale refreshingly Icelandic – and to make everything else pale in comparison.

Mild, slight toffee, generous hop aroma and flavor from late hop addition.

Einstock Arctic Berry Ale In Iceland, Sumardagurinn fyrsti means the arrival of warmer temperatures. At Einstök, they celebrate with this limited-edition Ale, a refreshing witbier flavored with tasty bilberries, hand-picked near the Arctic Circle. It’s the perfect ale for your summer adventures, but enjoy it while you can – it will disappear with the midnight sun.

An alluring, fruity nose makes the subtlety of the berry flavor surprising, leading to a summer brew that perfectly balances the bilberries for a flavorful, but not too sweet, crisp and clean finish.

Discover Iceland and Einstock's refreshing ales all month long for Only $8.29 6pk cans.