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The seemingly never-ending recognition for Great Divide’s world-renowned beers is no accident – but rather the payoff for the brewery’s unwavering commitment to brewing imminently-balanced and challenging ales. Grounded in entrepreneurial passion, a vision of brewing the most exciting beers in the world, and a commitment to our community, over the past eleven years Great Divide has become one of the preeminent craft brewers in the Rocky Mountain Region.
Great Divide Old Ruffian Barley Wine Style Ale
This special release of our acclaimed, hefty barley wine has been aged for over 12 months whiskey barrels. The process tempers Old Ruffian's edges for a mellowed version with heady whiskey flavors and subtle oak notes. This rounded wonder clocks in at 85-90 IBUs. more
Great Divide 22nd Anniversary Dark American Sour Ale
An expert blend of bold character, this Dark American Sour is a perfect culmination of 22 years of craft and ingenuity. Aged in red wine barrels, this robust offering is as sophisticated as it is sour. Notes of black cherry jam and tobacco are countered by a welcome tartness and ... more
Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout
Traditionally, Imperial Stouts, the biggest and boldest of all stouts, were brewed with massive amounts of roasted malts and hops, resulting in a velvety smooth but robust beer characterized by high alcohol content and extremely high hop bitterness. Meeting the challenge of this aggressive, challenging beer style, Great Divide's Yeti ... more
Great Divide Yeti Oatmeal Imperial Stout
Much like its legendary predecessors, this Yeti is big, bold and dark. The addition of rolled oats softens Yeti's notoriously roasty backbone and the small amount of raisins added in the brew kettle create a unique dark fruit character. Just as admired as those that came before it, Oatmeal Yeti ... more
Great Divide Hibernation Ale
Hibernation's massive flavors are so intense that it requires over three months of aging each year. Each summer, while our brewers are still spending their weekends in flip-flops and shorts, they prepare for July's Hibernation brewing schedule. We cellar Hibernation until late October, when it reaches the peak of perfection. ... more
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