Thirsty Thursday Beer Tasting

Please join us tonight from 5-7pm for our FREE, new, in-store, weekly, Thirsty Thursday beer tasting. This will be the last of these beer emails to everyone. If you’d like to know what is going on with beer in the future, including new brews and what we’re tasting, please click the Sign Up link below this paragraph. Last week, Robin poured Telluride brewing. Everybody really enjoyed the Face Down Brown and the Fishwater Double IPA even more! This week, he’ll be pouring the STAFF FAVORITE Odell’s Brewing. Robin has been a beer connoisseur at Pettyjohn’s for six and a half years and we’re excited to have him start spreading his passion to our community.

America’s Pastime- Baseball and Beer!
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ROCKIES TICKET GIVEAWAYCongrats Mark, whom won a pair of tickets the past week! Join us for a baseball and beer promotion every Thursday. All you have to do is attend our tasting from 5-7pm on Thursdays and you’ll be entered to win! Each Thursday after the tasting we will pull one name from our box. That person will receive two NON-Rockpile seats to a future game. Play Ball!


Odell Easy Street Wheat Ale

 Odell Easy Street Wheat
First up, with a perfect score of 100 from the Bros at, is the Easy Street Wheat Beer. The beer pours hazy as it is unfiltered, and ice grain flavors and a hint of citrus in the taste. Easy Street is 4.6% abv,  has lots of wheat, only 21 IBUs and is definitely ideal for summer drinking. 

Odell 5 Barrel Pale Ale  

Of all the Odell beers, I have purchased this one more than any other. 5 Barrel is light and crisp on the palate, yet still is a full bodied pale ale with plenty of hops. The folks at Odell keep it simple when brewing this one, using pale and Munich malts, and Willamette and crystal hops. This is a beer that balances light and full bodied wonderfully, and one that I think of as the predecessor to the popular session IPAs we so often see today.
Odell Cutthroat Porter     

Not everyone is hop crazed, and for you folks this week we chose the cutthroat porter from Odell Brewing. This one is on the darker side of porters, getting close to a stout, making it pour thicker than expected. The Smell has sweet aromas of coffee and chocolate, and those same delightful flavors are prominent in the taste. This is very much a British style, with Odell making it Coloradan by naming after our state fish.

Odell Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA 
Last but not least, we have the spring seasonal tree shaker imperial peach IPA. Watch out for the 8% abv. that hides itself well. Also watch out for the potential chunks floating around, if you see them do not fret, they  are simply proof of the real and fresh Colorado peaches used to make this beer. Tree shaker sounds like a light and refreshing beer, which it is, but is also a higher alcohol imperial ale, and one that is fittingly part of their rotating seasonal four packs.

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3 Comments Add yours

    1. They are super tasty! Did you join us at the beer tasting?

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      1. I’m in NY! Where are you located?


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