Sweet Cow + PJ’s = Yummmmmmmm

Tonight it gets colder,
A little late for Boulder,
But sunshine will begin to cease.
So we brought a treat,
You’ll be happy to eat,
When the branches are bare of leaves.
We have winter brews,
For all gals and all dudes,
And a perfect pairing that will please.
But don’t do so in haste,
Because after you taste,
You’re assured to get a brain freeze.
From 5-7pm tonight your stomach will be quite pleased. Don’t miss this phenomenal pairing of Sweet Cow Ice Cream with Pettyjohn’s- See you tonight!

OUR THURSDAY LINE-UP:

Super Delicious Vanilla with Odell Isolation

A funny thing happens here around summer’s end-our eyes start searching the skies for those first fall flakes. As we welcome autumn’s first snow, we celebrate the return of Isolation Ale-a sweet-caramel malty ale balanced by a subtle crisp hop finish. Whether you ski, shred, or shoe, it’ll inspire you to make first tracks.
Available October through December
Butter Pecan with Avery Ellie’s Brown
This beautiful, deep russet brew has the sweet and somewhat nutty character of Adam Avery’s late (1992-2002) Chocolate Lab, for which it is named. Crystal and chocolate malts give this beer a brown sugar maltiness with hints of vanilla and nuts, while subtle hopping gives it an overall drinkability that’s second to none, just like Ellie!
Mint Chocolate Chip with Oskar Blues Hotbox Coffee Porter
This porter (6.4% ABV, 30 IBUs) is based on malt flavors of roasted nuts, crème brulee, cocoa, and caramel, extracted from English and German roasted and caramel malts. Hotbox Roasters then crashes the party and infuses potent, cold-extracted coffee from Burundi and Ethiopian beans and deals out flavors and aromas of dark plums, chocolate, and hints of blueberry.

Dutch Chocolate with Boulevard Sixth Glass Quadruple

“Do you know what dwells in a glass?” asks Ole, in Hans Christian Andersen’s The Watchman of the Tower. Better known for stories such as The Little Mermaid, Andersen wrote this short, cautionary tale for a somewhat older audience. Our quadrupel ale, also meant for the mature connoisseur, is a deep and mysterious libation, dark auburn and full-bodied, its sweetness deceptive. As Ole describes the glasses in turn, their contents become more ominous until, in the sixth glass…

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