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Summit Suds: Favorites from Strings, Ciders & Sours
BRECKENRIDGE — Last weekend, Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge shone a spotlight on two lesser-known libations: hard ciders and sour beer. The third annual Strings, Ciders & Sours hosted by Rocky Mountain Events had a wide array of alcoholic beverages, and here is what I think was the best of the fest.
While the name alone may be off-putting to some, sour beers are an old style that gets its name by traditionally being aged or fermented with wild bacteria and yeasts, which impart a tart flavor. Within the umbrella term are subcategories like the salty German gose or a fruity Belgian lambic, meaning there’s a suitable sour for practically any palate.
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Bourbon, Bacon, and Buffalo Trace Unite at Breckenridge Hogfest
If you love bourbon, bacon, and Buffalo Trace, you’re in luck this weekend. Breckenridge Hogfest kicks off Friday in beautiful Breckenridge, Colorado, full of bacon, whiskey, live music, and more, all brought to you by Rocky Mountain Events.
The weekend begins on Friday, August 23rd with a Bourbon Pairing Dinner sponsored by Buffalo Trace Bourbon. Guests will sip on their bourbons paired with bacon and pork culinary delicacies from Chef Michael Irwin at SAUCE restaurant.
Brown spirit lovers rejoice. This weekend, there will be more than 100 unique bottles of whiskey, bourbon and other barrel-aged booze to imbibe at Breckenridge Hogfest. The fourth annual festival will take over Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge with bacon samples, live music and rare bottles from Colorado and beyond. Read more…