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Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar Opens; IPA Festival

HIGHLANDS— The much anticipated opening of Chad Yakobsen's Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar just kicked off today at 2 p.m. hosting an intense lineup of wild and sour ales. [EaterWire]

TENNYSON— On Friday, Hops & Pie will tap an exclusive blend from Oskar Blues firkin-master Tim Matthews that features equal parts of G'Knight, Deviant Dale's and regular Dale's Pale Ale. Dry Dock Brewing will also tap a firkin of Toasted Coconut Porter as part of its weekly Firkin Friday series. [Facebook]

BOULDER—Saturday is a hop-head's dream as Avery Brewing kicks off its inaugural IPA Festival, celebrating all things hops through IPA tastings from brewers in Colorado and throughout the United States. Tickets ($35) are still available at www.averybrewing.com. [Facebook]

FT. COLLINS—Odell Brewing will hold a release party honoring its fifth Single Serve release of the year with The Meddler, a barrel-aged Flemish-style ale. Meanwhile, Ska Brewing in Durango celebrates its 17th birthday with live music from Reel Big Fish and guest beers from other breweries. Tickets are currently still available at www.brownpapertickets.com but may not be for long; the birthday bash sold out last year. [EaterWire]

—Sarah Haughey

Chad Yakobsen [Photo: Jonathan Shikes/Cafe Society]

Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar

1441 West 46th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211 720-508-3292 Visit Website

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