Upslope Brewing Announces Fourth Annual Backcountry Tap Room
Earn and Enjoy a Hike-To Tap Room in Colorado’s Great Outdoors
Boulder, Colo. (Sept. 11, 2018) — Upslope Brewing Company, the Boulder-based craft brewer known for its mountain culture and a passion for the outdoors, will host its fourth annual Backcountry Tap Room on Saturday, October 6, 2018 in Fraser, Colorado. The experience offers craft beer fans and outdoor enthusiasts a rustic, pop-up tap room on a mountainside in Colorado’s backcountry—perfect for toasting to the fall season.
Serving as a sneak preview release of Upslope’s new winter Limited Release Spruce Tip IPA, this year’s Backcountry Tap Room, will take place atop Grand Park in Fraser, Colorado. By way of marked trails (~5 miles out-and-back), attendees will enjoy a family-friendly, day hike to soak up some brews and beautiful views.
“Through our 10-year history, Upslope brews have been largely inspired by the outdoors lifestyle,” says Matt Cutter, Founder at Upslope. “With Colorado’s backcountry in our DNA, we look forward to sharing a day outdoors with our friends, both new and old, each year. For our fourth annual event, we’re excited to give our fans a sneak peek at our brand new Winter Seasonal Limited Release—Spruce Tip IPA.”
For the second-straight year, Upslope has teamed up with non-profit partner, Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics (LNT). One hundred percent of profits of this year’s Backcountry Tap Room will benefit LNT, with an emphasis on Colorado-based, 2019 “Hot Spots,” public lands that have sustained damage from overuse.
The 2018 Upslope Brewing Company Backcountry Tap Room will take place atop Grand Park, by way of a two-and-a-half-mile hike. Attendees will receive one can of Upslope’s new Limited Release Spruce Tip IPA, and up to three cans of Upslope’s various year-round styles in 12-ounce cans. There will be games, Steepland String Band on-site, and leashed furry friends are encouraged to attend. Join the Backcountry Tap Room adventure at UpslopeBrewing.com/backcountry-tap-room and Facebook.
Date: Saturday, October 6th, 2018 (rain or shine)
Bar Hours: 11:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Check In: Opens at 10:00 a.m.
Location: Fraser, Colorado | Grand Park | 46 Market St. Fraser, CO 80442
Tickets are $15 (100-percent of profits benefit LNT), available now: https://bit.ly/2wPFola
One event ticket is good for four beers (per person)
Non-drinkers and children with legal guardian are free
A valid ID is required for beer drinkers age 21+
There is no overnight camping. Event ends at 5:00 p.m.
Each attendee will receive four beer tickets (one ticket for Upslope’s new Spruce Tip IPA, in addition to three individual core-style brews)
No additional beer will be sold at the event beyond the four beers included in the event ticket
About Upslope Brewing Co
Boulder-based Upslope Brewing Company is the creator of premium ales and lagers that are artfully crafted using natural ingredients. Packaged in aluminum cans for exceptional portability and because it’s best for the environment, Upslope complements the outdoor lifestyle and caters to the on-the-go beer enthusiast. The five flagship beers include: Citra Pale Ale, India Pale Ale, Brown Ale, and Craft Lager. Additional installments are offered in a Limited Release Series, the Lee Hill Series and the Tap Room Series. In an ongoing effort to protect watersheds nationwide, and the key ingredient in Upslope ales and lagers, one percent of Upslope Craft Lager can sales benefits local Trout Unlimited chapters in the state in which the beer is purchased. Additionally, Upslope is a proud Certified B Corporation, joining an effort to redefine success in business by solving social and environmental problems. Learn more about Upslope at www.upslopebrewing.com.
About Leave No Trace
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics in a national nonprofit organization that protects the outdoors by teaching people how to enjoy it responsibly. Their Leave No Trace in Every Park campaign incorporates Leave No Trace programs and educational opportunities nationwide including public education initiatives, interpretive materials, staff and volunteer training, onsite education, junior ranger programs and Leave No Trace Hot Spots events. For more information, visit: www.lnt.org