The Beer

How our beer is made – We contract brew our draft beer through local Grand Junction brewer, Kannah Creek/Edgewater Brewery. Our canned beer is brewed and packaged by Crazy Mountain in their Denver brewery. Contract brewing is a common practice for start-up breweries and we work closely with both breweries to ensure that every Many Rivers’ brew is of the highest quality and consistency. Tasting beer for quality control is hard work at a brewery, but someone has to do it!

Amber Ale

Many Rivers’ flagship beer, our Amber Ale focuses on using the highest quality water originating from mountain snow melt and western barley and hops. The resulting taste is crisp and toasty with notes of caramel and just the right amount of spicy hop bite. Rich amber in color, this is the perfect beer to always have in your fridge, cooler or trailing behind you in the river.

Beer Specs

ABV: 5.9%
IBU: 35
MALTS: 2-Row Pale, Carastan, Wheat, Chocolate, Munich 1
HOPES: Magnum, CTZ, Mt. Hood
COLOR: Rich Amber
TASTE: Crisp and balanced, with toasted malt and spicy, floral hops
SEASON: Enjoy year-round in cans and on draft

IPA

Our brand new single-hop IPA is a splash of sunshine with bright citrus notes and a hint of herbal spice, balanced with a smooth and slightly fruity malt base. A refreshing and highly drinkable IPA, bring this one along on your next adventure!

Beer Specs

ABV: 7%
IBU: 75
MALTS: 2-Row Pale, C45, Wheat
HOPES: Chinook
COLOR: Straw Gold
TASTE: Bright hop notes of citrus, with a touch of herbal spice and a smooth malt base
SEASON: Enjoy year-round in cans and on draft

Did you know...

the Colorado River is at the top of the endangered list; a vital resource which provides 30 million Americans with drinking water. Drinking beer can help support our rivers...so go fill up that empty glass.

 

Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass.
 

At 1,450 miles long, the Colorado River is the sixth longest in the nation, passing through seven states and two nations.

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The Colorado provides drinking water for 30 million Americans and also helps grow 90% of the nation’s winter vegetables.

There are 400 different types of beer in the world.

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In America, 40% of the rivers and 46% of the lakes are polluted and are considered unhealthy for swimming, fishing or aquatic life.

Citation: 1,450  |  90%  |  400  |  46%

Where To Find

Our list of locations is growing, be sure to check back often as we continue to add more.  If you're making a special trip, be sure to check with these folks in advance to confirm that they have Many Rivers in stock!

Contact Us

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