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Great American Beer Fest Week

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Great American Beer Fest Week

By golly, another year has passed and we're revving up for the largest beer festival in the world, Denver's own Great American Beer Festival. The fest is celebrating its 35th birthday this year, and is bigger and better than ever.

Broken Compass is also bigger and better than ever (we admit some bias) and we're thrilled to be pouring once again at the fest. We're stoked to be in the Meet the Brewer section of the fest, in the new wing the festival added a year ago, and we'll be pouring some of our most deliciousest brews so track us down. Here's what we're pouring at the fest!

Coconut Porter - This delicious, GABF award winning porter is loaded with so much coconut you'll think it's a liquid candy bar. Not just for breakfast anymore. 

Ginger Pale Ale - A classic pale ale spruced with fresh ginger and ginger tea, it's good for you - palate, body and soul. 

FDFH Brown - A delicious twist on your typical brown ales, extra earthy hops give this brew a harmonic balance between sweet, nutty and hoppy. 

Broken Compass IPA - The heart and soul of this intensely drinkable IPA is a heavy helping of Cascade and Centennial hops. The addition of Amarillo, Simcoe, Wilamette and Nugget in the dry hop makes for a smooth, balanced and refreshing IPA. 

Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Brown - This beer is a delightful near molasses malt flavor. The imperial brown spent nearly a year aging in bourbon barrels from Breckenridge Distillery and came out on the other side dark, intensely delicious and just plain beautiful. 

Come track us down to try all the delicious brews! We'll be pouring at booth W20 all four sessions, see you there! 

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Great American Beer Fest 2015

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Great American Beer Fest 2015

WE WON A MEDAL!!!!!!!!

But seriously, GABF 2015 was another huge success for Broken Compass and not just because our Coconut Porter won a bronze medal in the Field Beers category. 

It truly is special to pour at the fest each year and see and hear the love we receive from all of our fans throughout Colorado. Many of the volunteers at the fest are from the Denver area and it's a joy to have them flock to our booth (one of about 400!) on their breaks, as well as non-volunteer beer lovers who have enjoyed a pint in our little taproom. Without the support of all of you guys and gals we would not be able to continue to do what we love. 

Keep spreading the good word, and we'll keep making good beer for you to enjoy with good friends in our taproom up in Breckenridge. It's been a wonderful (almost) year and a half and it's only going to get better from here. 

Cheers,

The Broken Compass Team

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