Longmont, Colo & Brevard, NC. – James Watt and Martin Dickie, owners of the UK’s fastest-growing brewery, travel across America visiting different American beer towns, celebrating distinctive craft beers and creating their own locally-inspired drafts on Esquire Network’s new show Brew Dogs. Join James & Martin as they visit Oskar Blues’ Brewery, Hops & Heifers Farm, Bike Trails & Home Made Liquids & Solids Restaurant to find inspiration under Colorado’s mountainous open skies, harnessing the sun into a solar-powered, cactus-infused Wild West beer. Watch the episode trailer & get additional details here.
Grab a beer with us at Oskar Blues Longmont locations for Brew Dogs episode watch parties at Home Made Liquids & Solids (8pm MST) and Tasty Weasel Taproom (6pm MST Pre-Showing) in Longmont Tuesday Night.
Coinciding with their appearance on television, Oskar Blues launches United Kingdom Distribution with Vertical Drinks, Brew Dog Collaboration Beer & UK Pub Crawl.
Oskar Blues launched distribution of their line-up of boundary busting canned craft beer throughout the United Kingdom via Vertical Drinks Distribution in October. To support the United Kingdom launch Oskar Blues brewed a collaboration beer with Scotland’s Brew Dog Brewery & set up a four-stop pub crawl & bike ride (Aberdeen, New Castle, Leeds & London) to introduce Oskar Blues brews at Brew Dog Pub Locations. The “Shipwrecker Circus” collaboration beer is a bold American-Style Barleywine available throughout the UK.
Watch a backstage video of the collaboration brew & the Oskar Blues whirlwind UK craft beer tour HERE:
About Oskar Blues Brewery
Founded by Dale Katechis in 1997 as a brewpub and grill, Oskar Blues Brewery launched its craft-brewed beer canning operations in 2002 in Lyons, Colo. It was the first American craft brewery to brew and hand-can its beer. Today there are more than 200 craft breweries canning beer. The original crew used a hand-canning line on a tabletop machine that sealed one can at a time. Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont packaged 59,000 barrels in 2011 and grew to 85,750 in 2012 while opening an additional brewery in Brevard, NC, in late 2012.