We broadcasted live from the First Annual Highlands Ranch Beer Festival in beautiful Civic Green Park with 30 breweries, food trucks, live music and a lot of great people! Want to thank the folks at the Highlands Ranch Community Association and the Highlands Ranch Scholarship Fund for giving us the opportunity to do the show here!
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Andrew Ehrnman from Denver’s Star Bar was Turk’s special co host! In Hour one we talked to Jamie Noebel, the community relations manager of the HRCA and Linda Dorre from the Highlands Ranch Scholarship Fund. We also caught up with Todd Thibault from Breckenridge Brewery who was in Pagosa Springs for the Folk & Bluegrass Festival. We closed out the hour with Diane Gaston from Women Enjoying Beer and Will Kreitzer from Three Barrel Brewing.
In Hour Two we talked to Christine Wares from Kokopelli Beer Company, Mike George from Ironworks Brewery & Pub, Jeremy Gobein and Gordon Pencis from Copper Kettle Brewing Company, Patrick Anasty from River North Brewery, Sean McNeil from Brew Chews and Karen Wood from Grand Lake Brewing Company.