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Crazy weather, Beer cheese burgers and how to save the cutthroats!


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Crazy weather, Beer cheese burgers and how to save the cutthroats!

Rocky Mountain Brew runs

Can you smell it?  Can you feel it?  Spring is finally here Colorado!  The sun is shining, flower buds are appearing on the trees releasing a sweet aroma and then a freak snowstorm hits!!!

We are so excited to kick off our Rocky Mountain Brew run series at Odell Brewing this coming Sunday, April 13th.  We could not have asked for better weather this week (80 here in Denver) but just like good old Colorado to throw us a curveball; the current forcast calls for temps in the low 40's and possible snow!   

But not to worry because those predictions are often incorrect and even if it is not, come on people, isn't this what we all love about the state?   Sunshine one day, snowstorm the next?

Needless to say, we expect and hope that all of you will lace up those running shoes and prepare yourselves to get out and run or walk in whatever Colorado decides to throw at us on Sunday.  


We are excited about the course which winds along the beautiful Poudre River trail and of course the venue; our post party will be in the famous Odell backyard!  

When we went into scope out the course we tried out a couple of the seasonal pilot beers they have on tap.   Our favorite was the Cutthroat Porter,  rich in flavor and body we could taste the hints of chocoalte and coffee brewed into this small batch.   This brew was named after the Colorado native Cutthroat fish, it's population currently threatened. 

Take a look at the current pilot beers they have on tap to start planning which ones you will try out HERE. 

We are also excited to announce The Goodness food truck will be serving their well, really good food at the event.  Our vote is for the Beer Cheese Burger, you can't go wrong with any item that starts off with the word "beer" now can you?

If you haven't registered for this event yet, what are you waiting for?  There are only a handful of spots left so check out event info and register HERE.