The RMASFAA Brew of the Month Club would like to continue the journey to RMASFAA Oktoberfest 2011 High in the Rockies in the great state of Colorado where the campuses neighbor ski hills. Micro-brewing was revived in Colorado when New Belgium Brewery launched their microbrew amber ale called Fat Tire named after the brewer’s bike trip through Belgium. Located in Fort Collins, New Belgium is open for tours, some very cool memorabilia, and an even cooler bike display. Check it out as you visit the Rockies on your way to RMASFAA Oktoberfest 2011
Coffee and Tea junkies should stop off in Boulder, CO where the Trident Coffee House on Pearl Street serves phenomenal brewed coffee and espresso. Boulder is also the hometown of Celestial Seasonings, renowned for their black and herbal tea blends. If chai tea is your brew of choice, Third Street Chai gets high marks for its nationally distributed organic chai blends. So many drink choices, so little time!
Nebraska will be your next stop in the RMASFAA Brew of the Month Club. Stay tuned as you make your way to RMASFAA Oktoberfest 2011, and remember… There’s Something Brewing in Montana!