Weekly Events & Specials

The Hoppenings at Big Choice Brewing

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March 19 - March 25
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    Hero Beers BOGO

    3:00 PM-8:00 PM

    To celebrate the heroes in the Big Choice community, every Tuesday military, police, firemen, EMTs, nurses, social workers, and teachers can take advantage of our buy one get one beers as a thank you for your hard work.

    Just pop on over to the taproom, show us your ID and get BOGO beers all night long.

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    Weird Keg Wednesday

    12:00 AM

    Every Wednesday our brewer, Kendall, develops a new beer concoction to try out in the tasting room. These are limited to one corny (cornelius) keg, thus making this once a week beer one-of-a-kind and in limited supply.

    This week’s Weird Wednesday beer is a Strawberry Kiwi Golden Ale

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    Lord of the Rings Movie Trivia

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM

    We will host another amazing trivia night with questions about all of the Lord of the Rings movies! All hobbits, wizards, and kings welcome.

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    BYOV Vinyl Night

    4:00 PM-9:00 PM

    Don’t settle for anything less than your own style! Another round of BYOV!
    Sign up at 4, spinning at 5

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    Brown Bag Series #2: Chinook Hop Bob-omb Colorado IPA release

    2:00 PM-9:00 PM

    We will be releasing the second beer in our Brown Bag Series: Chinook Bob-Omb IPA. The first ten people to buy a six pack will get a free Chinook Rhizome, courtesy of Quirky Homebrew so you can grow your own hop plants at home!

    This style is what we are calling a Colorado IPA. Colorado is known for its C-hops: Centennial, Cascade, Chinook, and Columbus hops. We wanted to make a delicious, more flavorful IPA, less bitter than juicy NE IPAs, but with the standard hops, as opposed to the “sexy” hops like Mosaic, Galaxy, and Citra. With the Chinook hop we are proving you don’t have to use sexy hops to create a juice IPA by varying the timing of the addition of the hops in the brewing process. Instead of using them for bittering, we are using them during the flameout, fermentation, and dry hopping points during the brewing process, which an emphasis on balancing and highlighting the aroma and juicy flavors.

    Why the bob-omb? Hop bombs refer to a massive amount of bitterness in the beer, with less of an emphasis on the citrusy aroma and flavor of the hops in the beer. Drawing on the old school video game Bob-omb character, the Chinook Bob-omb, is a juicy, rather than bitter, hop bomb explosion in your mouth.

    The Brown Bag Series is a play on the brown paper bag people use to conceal drinking alcohol in public places; the only consistency is seeing the brown bag, none the wiser to what beer is hidden inside

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