Denver Beer Company Unveils Incredible Pedal IPA

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Cruise your cruiser, race on your road bike or make a statement on a unicycle… you get the point- as long as you’re peddling to Denver Beer Company to swoop up the latest brew. The “Incredible Pedal IPA” is named so because a rigged up bike milled the barley used to make the beer. The creative minds at Salvegetti Bike Shop hooked a mill to a stationary bike that chomps the barley into brew ready form.                                                                                          Last month, people pedaled their hearts out as if they had the yellow jersey during the Tour de France to supply the power for the bike. Now the beer is on tap, but for a limited amount of time.                                                                                                                                                         The beer debuted after a spring ride starting at Wash Park and finishing at Denver Beer Co. Shifting gears upon arrival- give your legs a rest and enjoy a cold one because one dollar from each beer sold benefits Bike Denver. The organization encourages bicycling as part of a healthier life and environment. Gallery not found. Please check your settings.

Denver Beer Company

1695 Platte Street

303-433-2739

http://denverbeerco.com/

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  1. Elmer Wang says:

    I love IPAs! This looks delicious.

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  3. Stacey says:

    I recall this being the most beautiful warm day in April with good beer and even better company!

  4. I don’t drink, but this is a cute little stunt. Unicycles must be quite a wild ride.

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