Craft Beer Feature

Bootstrap Brewing opened in 2012, and quickly gained a loyal following in and around Niwot with inventive beers such as Insane Rush and Stick’s Pale Ale, In 2013, Bootstrap picked up a handful of medals at the Denver International Beer Competition, and craft beer fans outside of northern Colorado began to take notice. Shortly after that, they started canning and self-distributing their product to local retailers.

In the years since, Bootstrap has continued to accumulate medals, including four at the Great American Beer Festival, the brewing industry’s premier event. In 2016, Bootstrap inked a deal with Coors Distributing Company to expand their retail reach even further. Stop in the store this month and pickup some of their terrific beers and help them continue to grow. You won't be disappointed.

Bootstrap Brewing Only $8.49 6pk cans

Bootstrap Brewing Bootstrap Brewing Lush Puppy Juicy IPA Lush Puppy is made with massive amounts of hops to give this beer a great tropical, citrusy flavor and aroma. Gluten reduced. ABV: 6.3% IBUs: 40

Bootstrap Insane Rush IPA A perfect balance of malts and five different hops give this India Pale Ale its edge. The unique blend of citrus and pine aroma and flavor makes it a very drinkable IPA. Perfect for craft enthusiasts looking for a little more cowbell. Gluten reduced. ABV: 7.6% IBUs: 51

Bootstrap Brewing Stick’s Pale Ale A nice, citrusy American Pale Ale dry hopped with Mosaic hops for a smooth, delicious finish. Gluten reduced. ABV: 5.5% IBUs: 36

Bootstrap Brewing Chillax Pineapple Gold A delicious Golden Ale infused with real pineapple that gives it a tangy, sweet, subtle taste of the tropics. A great, light refreshing beverage all year round. Drink…Chill…Relax…Repeat. Gluten Reduced ABV: 4.5% IBUs: 10

Import Beer Feature

Hoegaarden Belgian White $7.99 6pk btls

Hoegaarden Belgian White

The beginning was a heavenly bit of history. Perhaps the monks had too much time on their hands. Or they were sick of the sacramental wine. Maybe it was divine inspiration? We’ll never know for sure. What we do know is that the Hoegaarden monks were the first to discover the unique recipe for wheat beer around 1445.

Historical sources tell us that the first wheat beer was incredibly sour. That is until the Hoegaarden monks started experimenting with orange peel and coriander from the colony of Curaçao. This divine discovery led to the world famous Hoegaarden recipe.

500 years of hard work went into making this beer that features the aroma of orange peel, coriander and herbs that the merry monks imported from sunny Curacao.

Speaking of which: pouring Hoegaarden is just like letting the sun fall into your glass: light yellow and naturally murky. And the soft foam adds a cloudy finish. And then there’s the soft taste, light and slightly sweet and sour and with subtle citrus notes… ah, just go ahead and taste it instead of reading about it!

Stop in and grab some today.