Brewers come through Breckenridge on 426-mile ride for Bicycle Colorado |

Brewers come through Breckenridge on 426-mile ride for Bicycle Colorado

Justin Finnie, of Frisco Liquors, and Jess Steinitz, beer ambassador for Avery Brewing Co., sample brews from Avery and Ska at Kenosha Steakhouse after the first stage of the Tour De BoulDurango on Monday, July 21.
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Commencing at Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder and culminating at Ska Brewing Co. in Durango, the annual Tour De BoulDurango was a five-day, 426-mile road bike ride through some of Colorado’s steepest and most grueling road terrain. This year’s venture featured riders from Avery, Ska, Boulder Beer, Left Hand, Oskar Blues and Great Divide breweries.

Out of the gate, on Monday, July 21, the tour called for a 109-mile ride through Golden and over Loveland Pass before descending to Breckenridge Brewery. The group then headed down Main Street for a tap takeover at Kenosha Steakhouse to fuel up and share specialty beers from Ska and Avery with the beer drinkers of Summit County.

For rider blogs and more from the Tour De BoulDurango, visit

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