Edwards brewery offering free valet service during peak tasting room hours
EDWARDS — Crazy Mountain Brewery will offer complimentary valet parking service Tuesdays through Saturday’s during peak tasting room hours from 4 to 8 p.m. Brewery patrons will be able to enjoy the laid back atmosphere of the tasting room without having to deal with the stress of parking far away.
“We know how hard it is to find free parking in the valley and wanted to give locals and tourists a hassle free way to enjoy their local watering hole,” owner Kevin Selvy said. “With the 2015 games in town, this week was the perfect time to introduce the valet program to our patrons. Stop back into the brewery to enjoy craft beer tasting flights, pints, $10 pitchers and awesome growlers with your friends.”
Drive right up to the brewery and hand your keys over to our trustworthy valet drivers. They will move your vehicle to designated spots at Colorado Mountain College so you can walk right into the tasting room, worry free.
Crazy Mountain Brewing Company is also partnering with a local Eagle County Girl Scout troop to throw a craft beer and cookie pairing Thursday in Edwards. The event will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. at Crazy Mountain’s tasting room. Tickets are just $12 per person and you get six beer styles paired with six Girl Scout cookie flavors (two cookies per flavor), including Rah Rah Raisins with Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Pie Ale, Trefoils with Old Soul Strong Belgian Ale, Samoas with Drink A Peach IPA, Tagalongs with Boohai Red Ale, and Thin Mints with Envoy Imperial Stout.
PINK VAIL FRUIT ALE
On Feb. 27, Crazy Mountain Brewing Company is teaming up with Pink Vail, the world’s largest ski day to conquer cancer, and throwing a keg tapping party for Pink Vail Fruit Ale from 5 to 8 p.m. This delightfully fruity beer features raspberry, pomegranate and red currant flavors yielding a slight sweetness complimented by a tangy zest. Stop by for a pint of this antioxidant rich beer that is light and crisp on the palate.
Crazy Mountain Brewery will be offering $2 pints of the specialty Pink Vail Fruit Ale and live music by the Trevor G. Potter Band. If patrons sign up to be on a Pink Vail team during the party, then they will receive one free pint. Last year, Pink Vail was able to raise more than $500,000 to support the spirit of survivor program. For more information on Crazy Mountain Brewing Company, call 970-926-3009 or email Drink@CrazyMountainBrewery.com.
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