Crazy Mountain- March/April 2020

Featured Brewery- Crazy Mountain

“our beer pairs best with adrenaline”

In 2010, Crazy Mountain Brewery was established as the Vail Valley’s first production brewery, from just a two-person, one-dog operation with headquarters and a Taproom in Edwards. In 2015, Crazy Mountain expanded its reach to Denver, which became their production headquarters and Taproom. With a prime location in downtown’s Baker Neighborhood, they offer a taproom with 24 beers on draft. Today, Crazy Mountain has grown into one of the largest breweries in Colorado whose beer has garnered global attention. Crazy Mountain products are available in cans, bottles, and on draft in 22 states and 9 countries.  

Our best seller is the Mountain Living Pale. They utilize two types of American hops in such a way that the flavors of these hops center stage and let their bitterness fade into the background. The hop forward character of this Pale Ale shines through in the unique, tropical fruit flavor of two American hop varieties. 

Clean, crisp and vibrant is the ideal descriptor for the Creedence Pilsner. Modeled after the classic bohemian Pilsners of Europe, they use high-quality Pilsner malt giving the beer a nice delicate flavor and aroma. The added classic Czech hops give a slightly spicy cedar nose with a light floral finish. 

Lava Lake is Crazy Mountain’s take on a classic Wit beer. To make this unique beer unique, un-malted wheat was added with rolled oats, two varieties of classic European hops, chamomile, curacao orange peel, coriander, grains of paradise and a rare yeast strain from the Old Country. 

Amber Ale is a floral American style that maintains a hoppy goodness. An obscene amount of West Coast hops are added late in the boil, resulting in a hoppy beer without the bitterness.

Want to learn more? Bring your adrenaline on Thursday, March 5th  whenCosta the Crazy Mountain Rep will be pouring his best from 5 to 7PM.