Living The Dream Plans 9th Birthday Party

Living The Dream Brewing will celebrate its 9th anniversary on July 22 and 23 with nine specialty beer releases and the return of their annual birthday cornhole tournament. The South Metro Denver brewery invites beer lovers, kids, and dogs to join for this 90s themed family-friendly weekend. 

Among the anniversary beer releases will be some returning favorites like Belgian Quad and ROCKER Spirits Port Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout; variations on returning beers such as a 3-Speed Pale Ale; and brand new creations like Mojito Gose, Cranberry Lime Blonde, and a Mixed Barrel Sour Ale that’s been aging since 2016. Also included in this lineup will be a ROCKER Spirits Bourbon Barrel-Aged Tripel with Plum and Ginger, and two beers aged in barrels from Arvada’s Talnua Distillery: Barrel Aged Belgian Quad with Fig, and Barrel-Aged Barleywine.

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The largest Living The Dream cornhole tournament of the year will take place on Saturday, July 22 at 2pm. Guests can sign up when they arrive. Also on Saturday, Wag N’ Wash will be set up with a doggy pool, treats, and giveaways for four-legged friends who join for the celebration. 

Food vendors for the weekend include the Big Stuff Food Truck, Motor City B’s Pizza, Uptown & Humboldt, Luchador Food Truck, Savage Jerky, and Gelato & Co. 

Tongue Tied Design will be printing t-shirts starting at noon each day. Customers can choose their color and one of four custom designs made exclusively for the anniversary. 

It’s really amazing to think Living the Dream has been around for nine years,” says company Founder Jason Bell. “When we opened, we wanted to connect to the community and share our passion for brewing great beer. It has been immeasurably more than that. We have made so many great friends while getting to do what we love. It really doesn’t get any better than that!” 

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