We found this extra special Imperial stache pouring some delicious ESB beer brewed by your very own Denver Beer Co last Sunday night. Nick’s mustache needed to be celebrated, so he’s our honorary guest stache of the month. Nick left the treacherous terrain of Illinois several years back. It was on his journey west that he decided to let the stache do as it pleased, and we thank him for it every day. Nick is currently in the process of becoming even more distinguished; he will soon be a cicerone. Nick, we’re pretty sure you can just show up for the test, give them a peak at your upper lip, and the title is yours. Do yourself a favor, head on over to the DBC, order a beer or seven (and a jumbo pretzel) and let Nick fill your curious brain with all you’ll ever need to know about brews and what mustache wax to buy.
We had the pleasure of running into Travis and his great ginger-beard outside of Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Denver, where he was manning the delicious food stand for The Soup Gurus. Travis, though a native of Indianapolis, has lived in the Denver area for seven years, and is always surprised when people ask him if he dyes his handsome beard-mane. If you met him, you might wonder, too; it’s that good-looking. For all you urbanites, you can catch Travis and The Soup Gurus soon during lunch hours downtown near 17th and Tremont; until then keep a look out at Crooked Stave for Travis, his beard, and his and his friends’ amazing soups!
The first thing we noticed when walking into the Copper Kettle Brewing Company should’ve been the several delicious brews on tap, but, unsurprisingly, our Beards of Denver eyes honed in on the handsome beard Paul was sporting. Paul is relatively new to Copper Kettle and to the Denver area, moving here in recent months for the peace of the mountains and away from the bustle of Orlando, Florida. Paul’s worked in the brewing business for quite some time, and was a definite asset in helping us choose which brews to sample. If you go to Copper Kettle, make sure to tell Paul hi, and try the Mexican Chocolate Stout while you can still get it–it was divine!