January 28, 2023


Mile High Station
2027 West Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80204


  • 1-4pm
  • $49 advance/$54 day of event
  • Souvenir sampling glass
  • Unlimited samples of beer, cider, hard kombucha, etc.
  • Live music
  • Food trucks (food for purchase)



  • 6-7 pm VIP Power Hour!
  • $59 advance/$69 day of
  • Special beer & cheese pairing
  • Includes 7-10pm General Admission session
  • Souvenir sampling glass
  • Unlimited samples of beer, cider, hard kombucha, etc.
  • Live music
  • Food trucks (food for purchase)



  • 7-10 pm
  • $49 advance/$54 day of event
  • Souvenir sampling glass
  • Unlimited samples of beer, cider, hard kombucha, etc.
  • Live music
  • Food trucks (food for purchase)

2022 BREWERS, 2023 TBA

A Bit Twisted Brewpub, Berkeley Alley Beer Co, Bootstrap Brewing, Call To Arms Brewing Company, Elevated Seltzer, Flying Embers, Jade Mountain Brewing Company, Left Hand Brewing, Locavore Beer Works, Los Dos Potrillos Cerveceria, Luna Bay Booch, Made Here, Marble Brewery, Maui Brewing, Melvin Brewing, Nano 108 Brewing Company, Oskar Blues, Pear UP, Peculier Ales, Reverence Brewing Company, Sanitas Brewing Company, Seedstock Brewery, Slalom Fox Cocktails, So Many Roads Brewery, Spice Trade Brewing Co, Tanqueray Seltzer Gin and Tonic, Tanqueray Seltzer Lime and Soda, Tanqueray Seltzer Sevilla and Soda, The Elizabeth Brewing Company, Two Roads Brewing Co , Uhl’s Brewing Co, Wah Gwaan Brewing Company, WeldWerks Brewing, Westminster Brewing Co, Wibby Brewing, Zesty Beverages

2022 BANDS, 2023 TBA

Nonprofit Partner

Big Bones is an all breed, 501(c)3 non-profit, dog rescue located in Windsor, CO dedicated to helping dogs in need!  While their hearts lie with the giant breeds, their mission is to save dogs from death, illness, and misfortune regardless of their size, age, breed, or health status.  We hope you will open your heart and your home to a dog in need! 


Q: How many breweries will be at your event?
We are expecting 40-45 alcoholic vendors including beer, cider, kombucha, hard seltzer, etc. There are always lots of great options!

Q: I don’t drink beer (or have a gluten allergy). Will there be other options?
Absolutely! There will be plenty of vendors serving hard cider, seltzer, and kombucha. 

Q: How many drinks are included with a ticket?
A ticket into the festival includes unlimited samples. 

Q: Will there be food available?
Yes! We will have 3 food vendors at the event. 

Q: What makes this one of the best beer festivals in town?
This event has been hosted for over 13 consecutive years (minus January 2021 due to COVID). We were the only other brew fest besides the Great American Beer Festival in Denver when we started hosting festivals in 2004.

Q: Can I bring my kids? 
Although we love kids, we cannot allow any kids or babies into the event. It is often fairly loud with the live music and is meant for adults ages 21 and up.

Q: Can I bring a backpack?
No backpacks at the event. Feel free to bring a small bag for personal items and a refillable water bottle for the water stations if you like. 

Q: Can I bring by dog?
We love our K-9 partners but ours must stay at home and yours must too. The venue does not allow dogs.

Q: Are there non-drinking tickets available?
Yes! You can purchase a ticket for $29 at the door. We will provide some non-alcoholic beverages.

Q: What are the venue’s COVID-19 entry procedures?

  • Everyone entering the venue must provide a record of full vaccination via physical vaccination card or photo of vaccination card, along with matching ID. Alternatively, a negative COVID-19  test within 72 hours of 1 pm January 22nd may be provided. 
    • Per the CDC guidelines, people are considered fully vaccinated:

      • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine or other vaccine approved by the World Health Organization, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
      • *State guidelines subject to change.
      • All attendees agree to follow event policies (including health and safety policies) and posted instructions while at the event.  According to the CDC, older adults and people of all ages with serious underlying medical conditions may be at higher risk of death or severe illness from COVID-19.  All attendees should evaluate their risk in determining whether to attend the event.  By entering the event, attendees voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and confirm that they will adhere to local quarantine mandates and the CDC quarantine requirements, available at