produced by the students of
Colorado State University
Engineering students have 3-D printers, art majors have canvases and soon fermentation science and technology students will have two brand new breweries.
In Fort Collins, the local beer industry contributes a significant amount of revenue towards the city’s economy. There are more craft... READ MORE
As if we needed another reason to sample local craft beers — it’s already summertime and we’re in Colorado — the 25th annual Colorado Brewers’ Festival is right around the corner, taking place June 27 to 29.
Since 1989, the Colorado... READ MORE
So you just entered the wonderful world of craft beer and wish to understand and taste more, but don’t know how. Here’s a checklist to make sure you’re as prepared as a Boy Scout.
This smartphone app is... READ MORE
It’s great that we live in the Napa Valley of beer. There are so many options. Pateros Creek Brewing, located on North College, is one company that routinely releases new concoctions. I reviewed one of their mainstays, called The Legends, and three seasonal rotations from their Renegade... READ MORE
With a name like Fort Collins Brewery, one might think that they were the first brewery to make the liquid bread in town. However, they opened in 2003, more than a decade after Odell... READ MORE
Awarded 2012’s Small Brewing Company of the Year, Funkwerks takes cool and cozy to a whole new level. Inside, Funkwerks feels like a small cabin with environmentally-friendly wood-and-corrugated-metal walls to compliment the Fort Collins community of sustainability.
It’s a welcoming environment with bright colors and the... READ MORE
Yoga is about connecting with yourself, rejuvenating and focusing on the ‘now.’ It is more popular than ever, with health benefits that go beyond the body.
Many yoga opportunities exist in Fort Collins, from practicing in the park, to heated rooms or even on paddle boards at Horsetooth.
“It helps me reduce stress and is... READ MORE
Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital is hosting a free, three-credit course in canine orthopedics titled Canine Orthopedics in a Nutshell.
The course offers two sessions, one Aug. 11 and one Sept. 15, and is open to all veterinarians. Participants must attend both sessions to receive continuing education credit.
The first session will... READ MORE
Fort Collins police are investigating a shooting that took place Thursday afternoon in the 6300 block of Thompson Dr., leaving two people dead.
Police arrived at the scene after an informant reported her husband shot a family member and then himself. Police confirmed the two males deceased. The... READ MORE
The Mountian West Conference named seniors Ty Sambrailo, Kivon Cartwright and Jared Roberts to the 2014 Preseason All-Mountain West Team Tuesday morning.
Sambrailo, a 6-foot-5, 315-pound offensive lineman, has earned seven preseason honors total. In 2013, Sambrailo graded out above 89 percent in every game and recorded 47 knockdown... READ MORE
Nearly 130 of the world’s best professional cyclists will ride through Colorado for a seven-day stage race in August, known as the USA Pro Challenge.
Colorado State University is partnering... READ MORE
1. Randall Cobb, GB, Wide Receiver Cobb came out hot last season before breaking his leg in week six. He recorded back-to-back games with over 100 yards receiving and a touchdown to kick off the 2013 season. He was Aaron Rodgers’ favorite target and saw 32 targets through the first three... READ MORE
Oh, love. After observing others and their romantic endeavors, I’ve come to not care about love for right now. It’s ultimately made me happier in the present and more hopeful for the future.
In my teenage and early college years, I remember constantly comparing myself to my peers who were dating and... READ MORE
In about two weeks, I, Erick Plattner, will become a married man.
According to Census data, most Americans wed when they are between the ages of 27 and 28. At 22, I am a little ahead of my peers.
When people ask me why I am getting married, I always say... READ MORE
For years, canned beer has been widely characterized by cheap, macro-produced offerings – staples of house parties and fishing trips. A canning revolution has begun in the craft beer market recently, and I couldn’t be happier.
Before moving to Colorado and becoming a beer nerd, my favorite brew was Blue Moon.... READ MORE
In spite of their oft-cited claims that “love is a construct” and “I’ll probably just die alone,” Colorado State University anthropology Professors Jack Delby and Kristina Marsten have recently unearthed what they are calling “The True Meaning of Love.” The duo first discovered... READ MORE
The Internet has done many wonderful things for society, but also many evil things. We can communicate faster, but on a much less personal level. We can search for anything, but we don’t need to actually know anything anymore. Although humans generally experience a balanced give-and-take... READ MORE