Lyons, Colo. – In keeping with tradition, Oskar Blues <http://www.oskarblues.com/> is at it again to have another first under their belt. Oskar Blues was the first brewery to put great craft beer in a can that blew the minds of beer lovers. Now Oskar Blues in conjunction with the Beer Bloggers Conference and other Colorado craft brewers have decided to take on a new first. The First-Ever Colorado Virtual Beer Tasting will take place Thursday, September 9 at 7:00 PM on Twitter, Facebook, beer blogs, Beer Bloggers Conference http://beerbloggersconference.org/colorado/ website, and anywhere beer lovers would like to chat about beer. The web will be inundated with beer chatter just in time to get beer lovers excited for the Great American Beer Festival.
Come-one come-all to drink great craft beer in the comfort of you own home and be part of a resounding chorus of beer tasters, heard around the web. Join Oskar Blues Brewery, Odell Brewing Company, Upslope Brewing Company, Great Divide Brewing Company, Colorado Native, Breckenridge Brewery and Asher Brewing Company in this great Colorado Virtual Beer Tasting event.
How to Enjoy and Partake in the First-Ever Colorado Virtual Beer Tasting:
1. Go to the store and purchase a couple of different varieties of Colorado beer. Ideally, Oskar Blue beer.
2. At 7:00 PM MST (9:00 PM EST, 6:00 PM PST) crack open the first beer in a resounding chorus heard around the web.
3. Sniff, taste, and write about your thoughts on a beer via your favorite online websites and social media sites.
4. Enjoy and learn what others are tasting and thinking about Colorado craft beer.
Set in the heart of Colorado craft beer country, Oskar Blues Brewery in Lyons began canning its beers in November of 2002 with a hand-canning line in the 60- year-old barn next door to their funky little brewpub. Although it’s now a full- throttle canning operation that is quickly expanding its cult-like following across the nation, Oskar Blues remains true to its original mission of simply blowing minds with what can come out of a can of beer.