FCB & Silver Grill’s Shady 80 Ale: What a Way to Celebrate

July 11, 2013

Eighty years ago when the Silver Grill Café opened in Fort Collins, 1933 was a pivotal year for local beer drinking. Prohibition was in full-force in the town of 11,000. Later that year, laws eased and drinking beer and liquor became legal.

Today, with Prohibition a faded memory and micro-brewing a leading local industry, FCB (The Fort Collins Brewery) and Silver Grill Café have teamed to brew SHADY 80, a special ale commemorating the restaurant’s 80th birthday and award-winning shaded back patio.

SHADY 80 — an American Wheat Ale brewed with lemons — will be available for a limited time only at Silver Grill.

“The Silver Grill is a Fort Collins icon,” said John Arnolfo, Silver Grill owner. “The Fort Collins Brewery has brewed a refreshing beer worthy of sipping on our big, shady back patio, or to enjoy during summertime activities.”

FCB will host a tapping party in its Tasting Room from 4-8 pm on Fri., July 19.  On the following Saturday and Sunday (July 20-21) the tasty brew will be featured as part of Silver Grill’s “World’s Largest Bloody Mary Bar.”

Silver Grill Contact:  Heather Beckman, Silver Grill – 970-484-4656.

Additional Links

FCB Website: www.fortcollinsbrewery.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/FortCollinsBrewery

Twitter: Twitter.com/FortCollinsBrew

 

Silver Grill Website: www.silvergrill.com

Facebook: facebook.com/SilverGrillCafe

Contact Info

Company: FCB (The Fort Collins Brewery)
Contact: Charles Stanley
E-mail: charles@fortcollinsbrewery.com