Collaboration Fest brings 200 brewers to Denver

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Nato Francescato of 14er Brewing pours an IPA made with Three Barrel Brewing Co. (Kailyn Lamb)

The fifth annual Collaboration Fest took over the Hyatt Regency to pour beers made by a collection of brewery matchups.

About 200 breweries were paired off to make brews for the festival.

A majority of the brewers at Collab Fest were from Colorado, and all beers were made at a host brewery location in the state.

While most beers were made by pairs of brewers, some were made by a group, such as the Summit County beer, which was made by a majority of the breweries there. The Metropolitan State University of Denver’s brewing program also made a raspberry porter beer with Strange Craft Beer Co.

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Nato Francescato of 14er Brewing pours an IPA made with Three Barrel Brewing Co. (Kailyn Lamb)

The fifth annual Collaboration Fest took over the Hyatt Regency to pour beers made by a collection of brewery matchups.

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