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Posted: Monday, July 22, 2013 2:21 PM


Travel with the industry’s leading thinkers through the heart of craft brewing country

In 1988 when Governor Hickenlooper opened the Wynkoop, Colorado’s first brewpub, little did he know he would be launching a movement.

Over the past couple decades Colorado has emerged as the epicenter of the craft brewing industry, now with over 140 breweries and more cropping up every month. What Napa Valley is to wine, Colorado is to beer.

Nationally, the craft brewing industry employed 108,440 jobs in the U.S. last year, at the same time that another 409 new breweries opened.
But with all of these new players entering into the market, what is happening to the industry as a whole? Will there be enough consumers to buy all of the beer being produced? Does Gen-Y like beer as much as older generations? And how will beer in the future differ from what’s being produced today?

So many questions, not enough answers?

For this reason we’d like to have you join us as we take a behind-the-scenes tour of some of Colorado’s newest microbreweries, talk to the experts, and find out what’s really driving the rapid expansion of this industry.

Join us as we climb aboard the “Future of Beer Bus,” sample a variety of unusual new beers.

As a special offer we have created a Combo Pack that combines an Individual Membership with attendance to the Future of Beer Tour for only $199. The Combo Pack Membership offers the same great privileges as an Individual Membership. Call 303-666-4133 to join today!

EVENT: Future of Beer
DATE: August 19, 2013 - Monday
TIME: 3:00pm-7:00pm

LOCATION: DaVinci Institute, 511 E. South Boulder Road, Louisville, CO 80027

COST: $119, Members: $79, SuperMembers: $49

PHONE: 303-666-4133

TOPIC: Future of Beer Tour
SPEAKER: Jeff Mendel, Partner, Director & Ambassador, Left Hand Brewing Company

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