Culture

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Wine, peaches and CBD: Hemp fills gaps in the Western Slope’s orchards and vineyards

Tourists report the smell of change wafting over the region, but not all orchardmen have bought into the latest cash crop

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Climate change could double the cost of beer. We are not kidding.

U.S. brewers relatively safe because so much barley is grown here, but in periods of extreme heat and drought, Irish consumers could see $20 added to the price of a six-pack.

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Nobody looked twice at the old Denver building that stored a fortune in vintage Porsches — until its turn for redevelopment came

Inspired by automotive artifacts left behind by its owner, the effort to reimagine a nondescript Denver building paid homage to its shrouded past -- and a local museum got a boost to its collection.

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William “Bill” Coors, grandson of the namesake brewing company’s founder, dies at 102

Bill Coors revolutionized the beverage industry with the creation and development of the aluminum can

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Why Maker Faire Denver — a celebration of the city’s curiosity and ingenuity — got a makeover

With inclusion and diversity in mind, the new leadership expanded outreach to welcome makers in underserved communities

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Oskar Blues thinks the future of craft brewing is in the collective

The Longmont-based brewer thinks its Canarchy Collective of seven breweries can keep the company's independent spirit alive, even as it grows more complex

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A GABF 2018 guide to the best beers for everyone — from hazy IPAs to sours

GABF is a huge festival but this guide will help you navigate the crowds and find the secret stashes of great beer

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Colorado is due for a new state park, but officials hope it won’t take 27 years to develop like the last one

Emboldened by legislation that OK’d increases to fees and licenses, Colorado Parks and Wildlife begins new park planning with access, funding and partnerships on its mind