A group of Denver residents and their friends gathered in a bar in the heart of the city last month to sample a selection of local craft beers from Colorado and New York.
They were there to witness the launch of a new partnership between the Colorado brewery Coors Light and the Guinness brewery in New England.
The Guinness brewery is a new brewery focused on beer-making in the United States, and Coors is a major brewer in New Zealand.
The New England partnership is expected to have a much bigger impact in the states and, perhaps more importantly, the United Kingdom, where Guinness is also a major player.
As the beer scene grows in the U.S., the new partnerships have attracted more attention.
In March, Coors announced that it was partnering with a local brewery in Boston, Massachusetts, to create its own beer.
On March 6, the company announced that Guinness would also be adding to its portfolio a new beer called a “pint of Guinness.”
And last week, Guinness announced that a partnership with another New England brewery would produce a new ale called “The World’s Best Pint of Pints.”
While the new partnership has drawn plenty of attention, the new beers are not a complete new product.
While the beers in the two beer partnerships are similar in taste and appearance, the beer in the Coors and Guinness partnership is not the same.
“We have two beers in there,” said Mike Zwiebel, co-founder of Coors.
“The Guinness is a beer that is much better in terms of its color and the aroma, and the Coos is a different beer, but it’s still a great beer.”
A beer is better in this case because it has a different texture.
For instance, Coos Lager is a dark brown-colored beer that has a strong, malt-like flavor and a lot of carbonation.
A light beer like Coors Lager will have a lighter, sweeter taste and a much more inviting aroma.
“Pint of Lager,” on the other hand, is a much lighter beer, with a medium-bodied malt character and a very light flavor.
“It’s a lot like a pale ale, which is a great way to describe the taste of this beer,” Zwierbel said.
Both beers are also quite similar in the way they are aged, with both being aged in the same style barrels.
Guinness Lager was made in its original “double” style in the style barrels and then aged for seven months at a total ABV of 11.5 percent.
“They are both incredibly similar, in terms and type of beer, and it’s really a little bit of a learning curve for both of us,” Zweierbel told The Wall St. Journal.
The Coors partnership is meant to make the beers even more unique.
“In the past, people have been able to go into the beer store and buy a beer,” said John Gage, president and CEO of Coos, which has a long history in the brewing industry.
“And then they are like, ‘Well, what’s the difference?'”
“I would like to see this change and this collaboration so that people can have a great experience, not just at the grocery store but at home as well.”
The Coos beers are made in the state of Washington, where the company has a major distribution center.
“There’s a tremendous demand for the Coopers and the beers, and we are very excited to help bring those beers to the United State,” Gage said.
The partnership between Coors Brewing Company and Guinness is only the latest in a long line of beer-centric partnerships that have developed in the past decade.
Since the early 2000s, the craft beer industry has grown from a few hundred breweries in the States to more than 10,000.
That has led to new companies opening, including a slew of new breweries in California, New York and New England, according to Beer Business Daily.
For some, the growth in breweries has led them to more opportunities to make a splash.
“This was a big leap forward for the industry,” said Tim Schulz, cofounder of Schulz Brewery in New Jersey.
“These guys are in a position to be the first to do something that they are passionate about, and they have some of the most experienced brewers around in the country.
It’s been very exciting to see what we can do.”
The beer-drinking public, however, has been left out of the conversation.
“At the end of the day, beer drinkers aren’t interested in seeing the beer that’s been made, they want to see the beer they want,” said David Schatz, a beer enthusiast who lives in Boston.
“For a long time, that was a real problem, and now it’s not.”
The beers are both a bit of an experiment, but they’re also the