“It's a Colorado rocky mountain high
I've seen it rain fire in the sky
Friends around the campfire and everybody's high
Rocky mountain high”
Yes, the late John Denver was obviously feeling very, very happy when he composed those lyrics some 40+ years ago. But think of how much better he would have felt with some bottles of great craft beer to go with that euphoric feeling. That is exactly what residents of the Rocky Mountain state are about to experience when Saint Arnold invades stores and taverns everywhere and the brewery is sponsoring a special event to kick off the fun. Here is some background information:
Event: Saint Arnold Launch Party
Location: Falling Rock Tap House, 1919 Blake Street, Denver, CO
Date and Time: Monday, September 16, at 6 p.m.
Saint Arnold is planning this celebration to mark its entry into the Colorado craft beer market and it plans to feature three of its core brands at the event: Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower Beer, Saint Arnold Elissa IPA and Saint Arnold Santo. Also in the offerings will be some special brews such as cask-conditioned Saint Arnold Endeavour, Saint Arnold Divine Reserve No. 12, Saint Arnold Divine Reserve No. 13, and Saint Arnold Bishop's Barrel No. 4.
Saint Arnold owner/founder Brock Wagner is enthusiastic about this latest expansion.
"Colorado is only the second state outside of Texas that we have expanded to since opening Saint Arnold 19 years ago," said Saint Arnold Founder/Brewer Brock Wagner. "We love the beer culture that exists in Colorado. Our mission is to brew great beer and build community, and we believe this meshes well with the existing craft beer environment along the Front Range."
Denver, Colorado is also home to the Great American Beer Festival, scheduled to take place in just a few weeks. Saint Arnold’s presence at the festival will be accented this year by the launch into Colorado and by its inclusion of a chapel where it plans to officiate wedding ceremonies and vow renewals in the presence of thousands of craft beer- drinking witnesses. With a backdrop like that, festival attendees should have no problem finding Saint Arnold’s booth and sampling its products.
A visit to Colorado does bring out a certain feeling of peacefulness and oneness with nature. With so many craft breweries and a strong craft beer culture, it also brings out a certain thirst for great beer. Just imagine the different tune John Denver would have sang if Saint Arnold had been around back in the 1970’s? Visit Falling Rock Tap House in Denver for the launch party or get your hands on some Saint Arnold craft beer in Texas or Louisiana, and experience your own high, Saint Arnold style.
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