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OCT
22

BizWest - Gunbarrel Brewing Opening

by Doug Storum on October 20, 2016

BOULDER — The founders of Gunbarrel Brewing Co., Jamie Fox and his wife, Marie, have signed a lease on a 20,000-square-foot facility in the Gunbarrel area of Boulder for their self-funded brewery. The Foxes plan to have Gunbarrel Brewing Co. up and running during the first quarter of 2017 at 7088 Winchester Circle, north of Lookout Road and west of North 71st Street. The company will offer a wide variety of beer styles employing both traditional and innovative brewing techniques.

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OCT
22

CraftBeer.com - Gunbarrel Brewing Company Opening

Boulder, Colorado: The founders of Gunbarrel Brewing Company, Jamie Fox and his wife Marie announce they have signed a lease on an apx. 20,000 square foot facility at 7088 Winchester Circle in the Gunbarrel area of Boulder for their self-funded brewery.

Gunbarrel Brewing Company will offer a wide variety of beer styles employing both traditional and innovative brewing techniques. "We craft innovative beers expressing an extensive range of flavors that are delicate, funky or bold, inspired by ancient and modern styles," explains Jamie Fox "Some of our beers will refresh you after an afternoon of hiking, while others enlighten your pallet with adventurous and unexpected flavors."

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OCT
02

Denver Post - Gunbarrel Brewing Company

    We were honored to be included in today's Denver Post article on the state of craft beer, and the 35th Anniversary of the Great American Beer Festival. We couldn't be more excited for the year to come!

 

Denver’s Great American Beer Festival turns 35 as craft beer settles into maturity

Some question whether the bubble will burst for the multibillion-dollar craft brewing industry
By | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.PUBLISHED: October 2, 2016 at 11:00 am | UPDATED: October 4, 2016 at 11:16 am

The Great American Beer Festival will kick off its 35th year this week with a record number of craft breweries pouring, a record number of beers vying for awards, and a capacity crowd of attendees sipping samples. It’s a trend that’s become almost old hat for this sub-sector of the U.S. beer industry. But the 2016 storyline in craft beer is a tale far more complex than a ballooning of breweries to above 4,600 and a bevy of questions about a bubble burst. The industry has matured, growth trajectories have narrowed, competition has become more fierce, multibillion-dollar market-movers have joined the fray, and business plans have evolved in their sophistication. Craft beer is all grown up. Nationwide, the small, traditional and independent breweries generated $22.3 billion in retail beer sales last year, according to the Brewers Association, the Boulder-based craft beer trade association that hosts the GABF.

 

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Entrance located on West side of property. Enter via second left on Winchester Circle. Drive around the building for parking. Main entrance on the north/east side of the building. Google Maps provides inaccurate parking directions. GBC GoogleMap