A thirsty bunch

By Ryan Boldrey
Posted 6/10/14

The second annual Highlands Ranch Beer Festival welcomed a sell-out crowd of 1,400 thirsty patrons to Civic Green Park June 7. Beer lovers from across the Centennial State did their best to try as much as they could from 48 breweries from across the …

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A thirsty bunch

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The second annual Highlands Ranch Beer Festival welcomed a sell-out crowd of 1,400 thirsty patrons to Civic Green Park June 7.

Beer lovers from across the Centennial State did their best to try as much as they could from 48 breweries from across the region and country.

Highlands Ranch had a few of its own breweries on hand as Living the Dream, 3 Freaks and Grist all set up taps, along with neighboring breweries 38 State (Littleton), Rockyard (Castle Rock), Elk Mountain Brewing Company (Parker) and Lone Tree Brewing Company. The event, as it was last year, was sponsored by the Highlands Ranch Community Association.

Photos by Ryan Boldrey

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