In 2008, Matt Cutter, Henry Wood and Dany Page, kissed their homes in Cleveland, Atlanta and Argentina goodbye to bring their beer-brewing love affair to Boulder, Colorado. With that, Upslope Brewing Company was born. And these guys didn’t just float another microbrew into the sea of Colorado microbrews. They created a lineup of quality craft beer that tastes as good poured from a tap as they do pulled out of a fishing vest. In other words, for those who call the Continental Divide home, the perfect storm. Read More
Kölsch • Upslope Brewing Company
Kolsch is a German Kölsch by Upslope Brewing Company that has 5.7% ABV.
- ABV: 5.7%
- Calories: 171 (Estimated)
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