Breckenridge Brewery threw another stellar Hootenanny Saturday July 8th at their Littleton Farmhouse brewery, in celebration of their 27th anniversary. It was a day of beer, BBQ, and bands, as a significant number of Colorado and national bluegrass musicians came together for the annual celebration of Colorado beer and music.
The main stage featured Jon Stickley Trio with Andy Thorn (Leftover Salmon), Sam Bush Band, and the Hootenanny All-Stars featuring Nicki Bluhm, Jeff Coffin, Tony Hall, Eric Krasno, Bill Payne (Leftover Salmon), Alwyn Robinsong (Leftover Salmon), Jeff Austin, Jeremy Garrett (The Infamous Stringdusters), and Any Thorn.
The intimate Farmhouse stage hosted The Sweet Lilies, Gipsy Moon, Jeff Austin Band, and Phoffman/Beck Quintet (easily the highlight of the day!).
Fans enjoyed all of the regular Breckenridge offerings, along with special releases, pouring from taps around the Farmhouse campus.
Here are some of our favorite photos from a day of great beer and great music in Colorado!
Proceeds from the sale of Zipa – Zipper’s IPA at both the Farmhouse and Breckenridge locations benefit the nonprofit Freedom Service Dogs.
Learn more about upcoming Breckenridge Brewery events and beer releases at breckbrew.com.