2015 Denver BMBW

2015 Beers Made By Walking Denver Festival
Wed. September 23, 4:30-8pm
At Our Mutual Friend, 2810 Larimer St, Denver, CO

***See the beer list here***

Beers Made By Walking (BMBW), the program that invites brewers to create place-based beers inspired by plants found on nature trails, announces that their BMBW Denver Festival will take place on Wednesday, September 23. The event is during Great American Beer Festival at the outside space of Our Mutual Friend Brewing Company from 4:30-8pm.

This year’s program will include more than 20 Colorado breweries and numerous breweries beyond Colorado. Almost every brewery will create beer inspired by native plants identified along trails across the country while others will bring specialty place-based beers that they already produce, utilizing local flora. Here is the current list of participating breweries:

Our Mutual Friend Brewing Company, FATE Brewing Company, New Belgium Brewing Company, Great Divide Brewing Company, Bonfire Brewing Company, Elevation Beer Company, TRVE Brewing Company, Horse and Dragon Brewing Company, Strange Brewing Company, Wit’s End Brewing Company, Fieldhouse Brewing Company, Odell Brewing Company, Boulder Beer Company, Very Nice Brewing Company, Fiction Beer Company, Dry Dock Brewing Company, Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project, Former Future Brewing Company, Odyssey Beerwerks, Odd 13 Brewing, Breckenridge Brewery, Spangalang Brewery, Trinity Brewing Company, Wild Woods Brewery, and Crazy Mountain Brewing Company with more to be announced.

Out-of-State Breweries
Stone Brewing Company, Perennial Artisan Ales, Scratch Brewing Company, Flying Fish Brewing Company, Fonta Flora Brewery, and Wicked Weed Brewing Company, with more beers to be announced.

A portion of the Beers Made By Walking Denver Festival proceeds will benefit the Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership. The Greenway is a 14-mile public greenway that connects over 100 miles of urban trails in the Denver metro area and links the neighborhoods of northwest Aurora, northeast Denver, and southern Commerce City. A number of the breweries participating in Beers Made By Walking have created beer inspired by this trail.