Station 26 to Release 2 Phish-Themed Beers

DENVER — Stun the puppy! Burn the Whale! Station 26 Brewing Co. is excited to welcome Phish fans back to Denver by releasing two special Phish-themed beers, August 31-September 2 during Labor Day weekend. Both beers will be available on tap throughout the weekend and in specially-designed 32oz crowlers available in limited supply each day at the brewery’s Park Hill taproom.

Station 26 will release Palley’s Comet, a Vermont-style Pale Ale brewed with Apollo, Galaxy, and Comet hops; and Divided Rye, a crisp and drinkable ale brewed with rye malt and lightly dry-hopped. Palley’s Comet and Divided Rye will be on tap each day beginning at 11am with a limited amount of crowlers of each available for purchase Friday, Saturday, and Sunday before the shows.

Both beers feature specially-designed, Phish-themed crowler labels as collector’s item for fans.

The brewery will open early at 11am each day, August 31-September 2, with food available from Order 26 Food Truck and live music on the tasting room patio each day beginning at 2pm featuring Deliciosa on Friday, August 31; Ratasurus, Saturday, September 1; and Bottlerocket Hurricane on Sunday, September 2.


Station 26 Brewing Co. brews craft beers in a 1960 fire station in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood. The brewery was founded in 2013 by Justin Baccary and friends. It is the closest brewery to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, located at 7045 E 38th Avenue. Find the brewery online at