Qualilty Inn & Suites Golden/Denver West/Federal Center
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... receive an award for innovation at her job. They would be staying over night so they gave us the keys to one of their cars as well as the house. So we went to tour the Coor's Brewery which to my surprise was free. At the end we were able to sample some of the beers they brew. How many of you knew they brew Blue Moon and Killian's Red along with a few dozen more? Just more things in this life that make you say Hmmmm!
Went to 5:15PM Mass at St. Joseph's Church followed by ...
... created equal. This one was so disappointing. The tour guide didn't tell us anything about the area and one restaurant (1472) treated us as if they didn't know we were coming and tried to take our order (food was included in the price of the tour). There was one exception. Pajama Bakery was excellent. The owner (Russ, I think was his name) took the time to tell us about his business, how he made his breads, etc., ...
... I might have bombed on the beers from the state as it looks like Blue Moons are in Golden, Colorado. Oh well. After driving to the top of Glacier Point at 8000ft this could well go to my head. Well, at 7.5% it's in the middle of the range for these beers, so I might survive. It has a very good smooth taste (is that Junier?), with a nice soft Finish. I like this ...
... statements like "Now we're going to see a town that doesn't have much going on" and "this used to be so nice." I teased her that she really needed to work on her tour guide skills! We visited the town of Jamesport, the largest Amish settlement in Missouri. We checked out some of the stores and saw several horse and buggies drive through town.
We got to the airport right on time ...
... the company’s history and passion for brewing.
The tour takes place in the world’s largest single-site brewery. The brewery experience includes a 2 hour guided tour (our guild was Sarah) highlighting the malting, brewing and packaging processes. Cool off in the "fresh beer room," where visitors can sip a cold sample and rest on ice-cube benches in a refrigerated room. While on this tour we met a nice gal from ...