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Weather impact on brewing

KUSA – When you think of beer, think of weather – stay with me now. They are very much interconnected! Really! Ask Wyatt Patterson of Storm Peak Brewery and Rob Schwarz of Butcherknife Brewery, named after a mountain and creek in Steamboat Springs. “Weather can affect the different aspects of our ingredients,” Patterson said. Like …Read More

Spider-Man Will Finally Join the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Spider-Man Will Finally Join the Marvel Cinematic Universe Jordan Zakarin Writer February 9, 2015 The Amazing Spider-Man 2,  Sony Pictures Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is finally swinging over to the biggest game in town. Marvel and Sony announced late Monday night that the comic company’s most beloved hero will appear in an upcoming Marvel Cinematic …Read More

4 Colo. cities among most sexually violent in U.S.

KUSA – According to a study by, four cities in Colorado are among the top 20 most sexually violent in the United analyzed data from the latest FBI Crime Report to determine which U.S. cities had the most rapes as reported by local law enforcement.Pueblo ranked No. 18 on the list.According to, …Read More

Grammy Awards 2015: The Complete Winners List | Rolling Stone

Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images While Sam Smith and Beck dominated the 57th annual Grammy Awards, they were hardly the only winners Sunday night. From Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament (and Eddie Vedder, using his pseudonym “Jerome Turner”) scoring Best Recording Package to Beyoncé taking home Best Surround Sound Album, here is the full rundown of all the Grammy winners. Record of the …Read More

‘Star Wars’ snow sculpture attracts crowds at Sapporo festival

Visitors take picures of a snow sculpture of depicting Star Wars displayed at the 66th Sapporo Snow Festival venue at Odori Park in Sapporo, northern Japan, February 5, 2015. (EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA) A couple holds toy laser swords as they pose for a souvenir photo in front of a snow sculpture of ‘Star Wars’ behind them …Read More

50 Best Small Town Downtowns in America

Small town Americana is alive and well across the entire United States. With thousands of sleep towns and beautiful villages, a new idea of an American downtown has emerged. Gone are the days of a downtown area with a post office, market and police department. What has taken the place of this outdates notion are …Read More

Winter Carnival 2015: Slalom on wheels | Steamboat Pilot & Today

Photo by John F. Russell Buy a print of this Jayden Haghebangh crashes during a practice run before the 2014 Winter Carnival dual slalom bike race at Howelsen Hill. By Matt Stensland Wednesday, February 4, 2015 Over the years, a few dozen local cyclists have perfected the art of riding the Poma lift at Howelsen Hill …Read More

The 15 Most Downloaded Songs in Rock History

  Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” has sold more digital copies than any other rock song in history — incredibly, even more than the perennial Journey favorite “Don’t Stop Believin’.” The Vegas alt-rockers have actually made this list of most-downloaded rock songs twice, and may do so again once their second album, Smoke + Mirrors, comes out …Read More

Police: Lance Armstrong hit two parked cars, fled, then girlfriend took the blame | The Turnstile – Yahoo Sports

Lance Armstrong has found trouble again, this time for allegedly hitting two parked cars, then leaving the scene of the accident only to have his girlfriend initially take the blame, according to a police report. The accident allegedly occurred on Dec. 28 as Armstrong drove home from an art museum party in the tony ski …Read More

The 19 Types of Beer Snobs – THRILLIST

By: Ben Robinson and Matt Lynch   Being a beer snob is kind of like being a serial killer (stay with us…) in that people rarely just come right out and say “Hello, I am a beer snob.” It’s all about the ACTIONS, whether it’s stockpiling a bunch of bodies in the basement, or stockpiling …Read More

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