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The recent flooding hit Colorado businesses hard, causing millions of dollars in damage and forcing many to shut their doors for days — and in some cases, weeks — after the waters surged through towns along the Front Range, altering … Continue reading
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A new study from neuroscientists at the University of Western Australia debunked the long-held myth that drinking causes depression. (Read about it here) We were certainly glad to hear that after all the beer we drank on our Boulder Beer Tour … Continue reading
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Outside magazine said on their lists of best trails that “the 405-mile route between Denver and Durango, Colorado, contains about 40 great breweries, beer bars, and brewpubs.” We think that number is a little low. Outside picked this stretch of … Continue reading
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U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt once said Chautauqua is “the most American thing in America.” That’s a good enough endorsement for us, but just what is Chautauqua? Originally and Iroquois word, Chautauqua was an adult education movement in late 19th and … Continue reading
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