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11.000 x 8.750 inches
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Beverley Harper Tinsley
Painting - Watercolor And Graphite
A lively botanical composition of growing hops in cool tones of green and blue, brightened with yellowish greens, pinks and purples, painted in honor of the Epic Beer Fest. This painting is available as attractively matted and framed. For photos showing frame, please contact the artist.
EPIC BEER FESTIVAL - DENVER 2013
The Inaugural Epic Beer Festival - Denver will take place June 28th & 29th, 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center and will feature 160 craft breweries and over 350 beers to sample. Get your tickets before they're gone and join us for Denver's newest beer festival tradition!
Colorado Convention Center, Hall F
700 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202
Google Map Link
DATE & TIME
Session 1 - Friday, June 28th, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Session 2 - Saturday, June 29th, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Session 3 - Saturday, June 29th, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
INCLUSIONS & PRICE
$40 General Admission ticket gets you:
EPIC BEER FESTIVAL tasting cup
Two-ounce samples of festival beers
Tickets are now on sale on our Tickets page.
BEER SAMPLING SELECTION
120 breweries from across the country will provide over 350 craft brews to sample. Check out which ones on our Breweries page.
Want to attend the festival for free? Volunteer pourers are needed to bring the festival to life. Details are here.
The Epic Beer Festival Denver benefits We Don't Waste, a Colorado based non-profit that that is an innovative provider of food for the hungry. They collect unused food from venues, caterers, restaurants, and other food purveyors and distribute the food to Denver�s underserved populations. Their efforts augment existing food and supplies needed by community-based non-profit agencies, with high quality protein, high quality produce along with wholesome, nutritional and varied �restaurant-grade� meals, along with personal hygiene items.
Find out more at www.WeDontWaste.org
Hops are the female flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant, Humulus lupulus.
They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine. In the Middle Ages beers tended to be of a very low alcohol content and were commonly consumed as a safer alternative to untreated water. Each village tended to have one or more small breweries with a barley field and a hop garden in close vicinity. Early documents include mention of a hop garden in the will of Charlemagne's father, Pepin III. However, the first documented use of hops in beer as a flavoring agent is from the 11th century. Before this period, brewers used a wide variety of bitter herbs and flowers, including dandelion, burdock root, marigold, horehound (the German name for horehound means "mountain hops"), ground ivy, and heather. Hops are used extensively in brewing for their antibacterial effect that favors the activity of brewer's yeast over less desirable microorganisms and for many purported benefits, including balancing the sweetness of the malt with bitterness, contributing a variety of desirable flavors and aromas. Historically, traditional herb combinations for ales were believed to have been abandoned when ales made with hops were noticed to be less prone to spoilage.
The hop plant is a vigorous, climbing, herbaceous perennial, usually trained to grow up strings in a field called a hopfield, hop garden (nomenclature in the South of England), or hop yard (in "The West country" and U.S.A.) when grown commercially. Many different varieties of hops are grown by farmers around the world, with different types being used for particular styles (categories) of beer.
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