Colorado Pint Day Pushed Back Due to COVID-19
...but the good times will still roll, just a little later in the month than previously planned.
The Colorado Brewers Guild created Colorado Pint Day, which, according to a press release, typically occurs during Colorado Craft Beer Week. However, thanks to COVID-19, Colorado Craft Beer Week and Pint Day (which usually consists of the sale of collector pint glasses at participating breweries) has been postponed.
The new Colorado Pint Day is commencing on July 29, now that breweries are opening back up and craft beer lovers can frequent their favorite spots again. A 2020 pint glass featuring a Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep is slated to be sold at a list of participating breweries (to be announced).
$1 of each pint glass sold will go to the Colorado Brewers Guild, a nonprofit that serves independent craft breweries in our state.
Get ready to cheers to great craft beer again.
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