The funk masters @ Crooked Stave Brewing are putting on the mother of all sour beer events. TONIGHT at 1770 Sherman St. Denver, CO. And best of all, they invited your's truly. We're tapping Midnight Brambler, our blueberry, raspberry bourbon barrel aged wild ale.
An article, featuring your friendly neighborhood brew-peeps, written by the talented Mr Evan Benn just got churned out by Beer Advocate Magazine. Check it out here . . .
“We have a large [first-generation] Latino population,
and they traditionally are ‘world lager’ drinkers,” Ganoza says. “We now have the younger generation—
second- and third-generation Latinos—who are ready for something other than their father’s cookie-cutter Latin-American lager.”
A Flavor-Forward Experience
At Gravity, we think of the brewing process as an opportunity to bring both something traditional and something new to the senses: aromas, flavors and textures! While beer can be comforting and reliable, we can also create exciting combinations using traditional platforms. As such, we have taken great care to present gastronomic offerings that complement what we brew as well as a fine selection of wines to truly provide a full spectrum of flavor combinations.
It is our belief that the ancient practice of brewing is itself both art and science. Kind of like a version of alchemy that still endures. And while turning lead into lead with gold's clothing can be fun for a few centuries, brewing has had to be exciting, challenging, satisfying and delicious for over 2,000 years. Its scientific precision and need for meticulous processes is what guarantees your glass will always be filled with the same quality and standards of flavor and style. While the art form is what gives people like us free-range over how to play around with new ideas, changing old ones and pushing flavors to their limit. We hope you enjoy the brew of our labor and that you find in Gravity a new home for your palate's "alchemy".