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Sign-Up Time For Beers Made By Walking

It’s time to bring back Beers Made By Walking, and it’s time for Steps 1 and 2! You’ve gotta sign up for the hikes, so if you want to come along, see the links below.

If you followed BMBW last year, you know that it is a program that invites brewers to create beer that is a portrait of the local landscape. We go on hikes, identify edible plants and make beers inspired by what we find. This year we are going to have two hikes, one on June 30 and one on July 1st (back to back) and we will have four homebrewers on each hike. The brewers will make their beer up at Pikes Peak Brewing and the beer will be available for one day in September at the brewery.

We have 10 spots available for each hike, so if you would like to go, sign up through our eventbrite pages. Here’s the basic timeline, as well as information on signing up for the hikes.

Steps 1 & 2
June 30th / 10a
Hike in North Cheyenne Cañon, Colorado Springs / moderate 2-3 hours / 10 spots / Get your ticket

July 1st / 10am
Hike to Palmer Lake Reservoirs, Palmer Lake / moderate 5+ miles / 10 spots / Get your ticket

Step 3
July 21st / tentatively
Communal brew day at Pikes Peak Brewing in Monument / Open to the public

Step 4
Sept 8th / timing TBA
Beers Made By Walking special tapping and party at Pikes Peak Brewing

The Brewers
Zenia Brink and Carol White, Oren Weil and Bryan Paradisi, Scott Simmons, Scott Werner, Josh Adamski, Mike Bordick, John Landreman, and Lefty McGuckian.

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  • AxeBrew (Mike Bordick)

    Looking forward to it!

  • Laura

    Out of town!

  • Eric Steen


  • Ryan TB

    So pumped at yet bummed! Out of town til July 7 :(

  • Bill Oster

    Got our tickets today. I cannot wait.

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