Conde Nast Traveler hypes Crooked Stave

Conde Nast Traveler gave Denver's Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project some love in a story on exciting food and drink trends, under the "Craft Beer Gets Funky" subhead.


At the recent Savor festival, one of the country's premiere beer-and-food events, it was impossible to ignore the overwhelming number of mouth-puckering brews. Some of the most exciting examples are coming out of Denver's Crooked Stave, where Chad Yakobson specializes in beers made with Brettanomyces, a relative of domesticated yeast that can produce flavors ranging from earthy to musty to tart; look out for the Wild Wild Brett Series, which nods to the colors of the rainbow with different colored ingredients (red is made with hibiscus and rose hips, while yellow is spiced with turmeric and mangos). 

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