Renegade Brewing Companyhttp://www.renegadebrewing.com
Address: 925 West 9th Ave, Denver CO
Mon: 1pm-8pm, Tue-Wed: 1pm-10pm, Thu-Fri: 1pm-11pm, Sat: 12pm-11pm, Sun: 12pm-8pm
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Word from the Brewer
CONSILIUM PALE ALE. Consilium—judgment, wisdom, advice. Originally, this was a small batch brewed for Renegade’s 2nd Anniversary Party in June 2013. Only 10 gallons of this brew was available, and it ran out quickly. At the end of a big party, the staff talked about their favorite beers of the day. After short deliberation, it was decided that the milk pale ale was to be the next brew on the big system. This pale ale is brewed with maris otter barley and flaked oats. Lactose is added to create a smooth texture to this sessionable beer. Consilium won a bronze medal at the 2013 Colorado State Fair.
HAMMER & SICKLE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL STOUT. This strong stout is filled with flavors of vanilla, coffee, and dark chocolate. Smooth in body but dry on the finish, it’s hard to beat a good stout. Hammer & Sickle got its name from the history of the style. Stouts were common in England, but one beer-maker wanted to export his stout to Catherine the Great of Russia. In order to make the long voyage without spoiling, the stout had to have a high alcohol content.
REDACTED RYE IPA. Formerly known as Ryeteous, this Rye IPA has been a taproom staple since day one. Redacted is brewed with 20% rye malt which contributes a note of black pepper to balance the citrusy hop. Redacted is a recipe developed in the backyard of brewery founder, Brian O’Connell and has been Renegade’s #1 seller on draft.
5:00 AFTERNOON ALE. Feel free to leave work early for this one, it’s always 5:00. This session beer hits the spot after mowing the lawn, or while you’re lounging in the park. Low on bitterness but big on flavor, the 5:00 is your go-to beer. Afternoon Ale is a style coined by Renegade. It is a pilsner recipe made with an ale yeast.
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