Beer Festivals

On our Beer Festivals TV Shows, we bring you all the great beer festivals, bars, breweries, and craft beer that any beer drinking fanatic would enjoy! Segments like the Great American Beer Fest, the Falling Rock Tap House in Denver, interviews with Brewmasters, history of craft beers and some of peoples favorite microbrews and even home brewing if that’s what you might like! Would you like to see your brewery, pub, or your favorite beer in our show? Contact Kim Copeland in our advertising department at boulder.boulderchannel1@gmail.com 303-442-4334 and view our Beer TV Ad Package show sheet here

Great American Beer Festival 2006

Great American Beer Festival 2006

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The Great American Beer Festival happens every year where you can get a taste of all America’s best beers in Denver Colorado. The Great American Beer Festival not only offers the chance to sample some of the finest beers the world; it offers multiple opportunities to learn about all things beer. Lauren takes us to the floor to show us a sneak peak from the festival.

Jann Scott's 1997 Best Brews TV Special

Jann Scott’s 1997 Best Brews TV Special: retro

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A retro look at the craft beer industry in America. It’s Jann Scott Tonite’s 1997 Best Brews in Colorado TV special, he visits breweries and talks with people about their favorite beers and drinking stories. First brewery is the Left Hand Brewing Company where we learn about Ales and Lagers and some of the things they add to the beers during the brewing process. Then Jann heads back to Estes Park Brewery to learn about some new beers they make and how they’re made. Then we talk with the creators of New Belgium Beer in Ft. Collins. After that Jann heads just down the path to Odell’s Brewing Company and learn how they got into the retail bottling business. Then back in Boulder Jann visits with Rockies Brewing formerly Boulder Beer and learn how the new owners completely turned the oldest Colorado beer brewery business around. Jann then heads back to Ft. Collins to H.C. Berger Brewing and we get a short history of their beer and what food pairings they go good with. And what’s a beer tour without more beer! Jann heads to Breckenridge Brewery and learn about the history of their beer and how they grew to large for the city of Breck and moved to Denver to grow their operation. Then it’s off to BJ’s Brewery in Boulder and we learn about their Pizza and of course beer. That’s not all, Jann also visits the Rock Bottom Brewery in Downtown Denver and learn about some of their beers, how they brew it and how much they go through a day. After that Jann visits the Denver Chop House and talk shortly with their brewmaster and check out their new beers. The show then wraps up at the Walnut Brewery in Boulder, hope you enjoyed the tours and try out some of the great Colorado made Brews!

The Falling Rock Tap House in Denver

The Falling Rock Tap House in Denver August 2014

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NEW: Our Best of Denver TV Special visits the Falling Rock Tap House in LoDo and we get an exclusive interview with owner Chris Black who talks about his award winning bar and why this place is infamous for having the largest selection of beer in the Rocky Mountain region. We also learn about some of the special events and festivals they host around brewery releases and ones that coincide with the Great American Beer Fest, the Craft Brewers Conference and the World Beer Cup. The upcoming 2014 Great American Beer Festival will be an exciting time at the Falling Rock with lots of great events and beer tapping parties, including one where they will close down Blake street and host over 30 breweries in a special Fresh Hop Festival. We also get a peek at some of the wall art that their bartender Paul Vismara was commissioned to paint and of course we have a look at some of the great craft brews from around the world. Last but not least we have a look at some tasty food they make at the pub makes and some famous celebrities and athletes that you may see at the bar.

Falling Rock Tap House

Falling Rock Tap House

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The Falling Rock Tap House features a large outside street level patio – perfect for a beer before or after a game. Inside the upper level there is roomy seating at the bar, booths or tables. Our lower level has more seating around the pool tables, 2 dart boards and the main restrooms. Many people ask about the 2200+ beer bottles lining the walls in the bar. No, these are not the beers we offer, they are Chris’ collection. Yes he drank about 90% of those beers. Check out inside the Falling Rock Taphouse.

Falling Rock Tap House1919 Blake St.
Denver, Colorado
(303) 293-8338

Daily 11am-2am

Website: http://fallingrocktaphouse.com/

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The Falling Rock Tap House

The Falling Rock Tap House

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We visit the Falling Rock Tap House in Denver and Jann Scott talks with owner Chris Black about his award winning beer selection and how the industry is changing to appeal to a wider crowd and why the Falling Rock Tap House is the best place if you are a beer connoisseur. We look at just a few of the great beers they have on tap and learn about what makes a great tasting beer as well as how the shape of the glass itself can enhance the flavor of the beers.

Roundhouse Spirits Distillery

Roundhouse Spirits Distillery in Boulder

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.Jann Scott’s Best of Boulder Show checks out the Roundhouse Spirits multi award winning distillery in Boulder and we talk with the owner and head distiller Ted Palmer, about how they became one of the best Gin distilleries in the world and some of the great drinks you can get in their hidden speakeasy bar. They also offer tours of the facility where you can learn about the process of making gin and what ingredients have made their Gin superior to others.

Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey

Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey

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The Best in Denver, on Denver Channel 1, visits Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey to learn about the first Colorado born whiskey and how they came about from owner Jess Graber. We also get a tour of their brewing facility and get a special peek at their bottling process before as it comes out of white oak barrels which have been aged for 2 to even 5 years’ time.

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