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20 Colorado Beers We're Crazy About Drinking This Summer

Thrillist

June 2016 – Looking for something to pair with the excruciating heat of summer? How about a frothy, cold, delicious craft beer? Whether you’re planning a car-camping excursion into the mountains, or an afternoon of day drinking at Wash Park, there’s easily a beer for every occasion.

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Denver's Best Beers (Craftfully Ranked by Style)

Urbanist Insider

June 2016 – Ah, Denver… where the beer flows like wine. Seriously though, there’s a lot of beer brewed in the Mile High City. And thanks to the friendly competition brought on by the ever-growing beer community across town, we’ve got quite a few styles covered—from complex Belgian-styles to wood-aged sours.

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Photos: A Snow-Pork-Alypse at the Bacon and Beer Classic

Westword

April 2016 – A little spring storm didn’t deter pork and porter pros on Saturday; the Bacon and Beer Classic hosted two sessions in the chilly main concourse of Sports Authority Field at Mile High with beers from nearly fifty Colorado breweries and pig-based eats from more than thirty restaurants, food trucks and catering companies.

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Diebolt Brewing back away from a billion-dollar trademark battle

Westword

March 2016 – Diebolt Brewing is a tiny beer maker in Denver’s Sunnyside neighborhood. But the company recently faced a billion-dollar conundrum: fight a trademark battle over the name of one of its best beers, The Commodore, or acquiesce to the requests of another brewery that makes a beer with the same name.

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Craft Beer Ice Cream Week 2016! Craft Beer Week at Little Man Ice Cream

Little Man Ice Cream

March 2016 – Little Man Ice Cream is pleased to once again host its 2nd annual Craft Beer Week this March 11-18th! For the past 3 years Little Man has collaborated with some of Colorado’s best craft breweries to develop a selection of beer-infused ice creams for a week-long celebration of Colorado’s thriving craft beer industry.

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Business Q&A: Diebolt Brewing Company, Denver

The Denver Post

March 2016 – I had been a homebrewer since 1990 after moving to Tulsa Okla., so I have always been fond of craft beer. My son, Jack, was living in Denver in 2011 and broached the subject of opening a brewery in Denver while visiting us that year. I decided that it would be a good time to do it so I quit my job and moved to Denver in May 2012.

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2 Days, 2 Nights of Craft Beer in Denver

Porch Drinking

March 2016 – Welcome to the Mile High City, where echoes of the Wild West still reverberate throughout the very fabric of the city’s culture, craft, and people. Located at 5,280 feet above sea level, this is a city that’s still green in its identity, still forming its foundations, and at yet at its core, still firmly rooted in supporting its own.

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Brewery Showcase | Diebolt Brewing Company (Denver, CO)

Porch Drinking

January 2016 – Since opening in the Sunnyside neighborhood in 2013, Diebolt Brewing Company has quickly become one of the shining breweries amongst Denver’s booming beer scene. The family run, father and son duo of Dan & Jack Diebolt have specialized in utilizing unique ingredients while trying to maintain as many traditional recipes as possible. Such is the case with Jack’s favorite style, the Saison.

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Beer Review: Braggart's Brown Ale by Diebolt Brewing

Drink Denver

September 2015 – Brown ales are the offensive lineman of craft beers. Like a good tackle or guard, a brown ale accomplishes its goals out of the limelight, and you might only notice them when they’re not doing their job well. But when they’re on, they lead to great success, just like a team’s bigs.

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Behind the Brew: Diebolt Brewing Company

5280

April 2014 – The People: Father and son brew team Dan and Jack Diebolt run the joint and on Sundays, you might see mom—Martha Diebolt—working the taps.

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Diebolt Brewing: Family Brewing At Its Best

Bottle Makes Three

March 2014 – We’ve been hearing about Diebolt Brewing on the beer blogs and even tasted their beers at some beer event somewhere, so a few weeks ago we finally decided it was time to check them out in person.   Located in the Highlands neighborhood called Sunnyside, their building is a small, brick, industrial-type stand along just off 38th Avenue.

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Diebolt Brewing opens in Denver’s Sunnyside ‘hood

The Denver Post

September 2013 – Diebolt Brewing, just opened in Denver’s Sunnyside neighborhood, is a throwback of sorts. The brewery is owned by a father and son, Dan and Jack (you guessed it) Diebolt. The chalkboard above the bar has the staples – porter, pale ale, wheat, IPA. Nothing fancy.

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Diebolt Brewing will join Denver's Sunnyside neighborhood this year

Westword

January 2013 – The father-and-son team of Dan and Jack Diebolt plan to give north Denver’s Sunnyside neighborhood its second brewery this year, when they open Diebolt Brewing in a small warehouse building at 3855 Mariposa Street sometime in late spring or summer.

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