Colorado Springs certainly has proven fertile ground for craft beer operations, with more than 30 (and counting) in the vast city proper and its outskirts and suburbs to the west, north and northeast.
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Celebrate the return of high drama in high fantasyland — the day before the premiere of the eighth and final season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” — with an April 13 walking crawl through the world of Westeros, as reimagined at stations in downtown Colorado Springs.
As my partner in beer pointed out Sunday, as we rolled through conjoined parking lots en route to Smiling Toad Brewery off South 8th St., I should probably appreciate the view — of Kathmandu and Hell — while I can.
In the world of craft beer social media, I’m definitely more of a lurker.
No slight to the awesome undead prom royalty, flappers, dappers, murder bunnies or Guy With Puppet, but the hands-down best costume at Local Motive’s Halloween-themed cocktail crawl last Saturday in Colorado Springs was the one sported by our ride.
When you’ve crafted your Colorado Springs business around what is, arguably, a seasonal activity, what happens when the weather takes a turn?
The city’s northeastern Black Forest neighborhood shares more than title with its iconic German namesake.
Those rumors you’ve been hearing about big changes coming at Smiling Toad Brewing Co.? True. Owner Biff Morehead confirmed last week that the former “tiniest” brewery in Colorado Springs is poised to leap to an even roomier lily pad, off South 21st St. in Old Colorado City.
Taking on the Manitou Incline was the hardest I’ve ever worked for a beer; possibly the hardest I’ve ever worked physically, in a single day, for anything
The history of Manitou Springs lives inside a century-old storefront at the eastern edge of downtown, where you’ll find exhibits, books and displays on Ute Indian Spirit Trees, trailblazer Fred Barr, the Incline and Van Briggle pottery, to name just a few. There’s also an attic full of archives and a speaker series, in partnership with the library, that draws standing-room-only crowds.