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Craft Brewery of the Day: Mu Brewery in Aurora, CO


Mu Brewing by Morgan Forsyth, Craft Beer Promoter   

Mu Brewery was the first brewery to open on Colfax Avenue in the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District in Colorado. Mu Brewery opened in July of 2014 by owner Nathan Flatland, who was a home brewer prior to starting his own microbrewery. Within a year, they won People’s Choice at Arapahoe County Beer Fest and won a Gold Medal at the All Colorado Beer Fest.

 

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After accomplishing so much in the first year, the head brewer/owner, Nathan knew that he had to step up his game to make a mark in the micro-brewing industry. Since the Beeramusu had done so well in several festivals, the brewers were interested in brewing the beer at a larger capacity. Within a few months, Mu Brewery and Rockyard Brewing Company joined forces to brew the Beeramusu on Rockyard’s 25 barrel system. This month, the beer will be distributed to several bars and restaurants within the state.

Additionally, Mu Brewery has been working up a collaboration with CO-BREW, for the annual Collaboration Festival in Denver, CO. What you can expect from these two breweries at the Collaboration Fest is a Steam Ale aged 3 months in a rum barrel, with additions of Sichuan peppercorns and Makrut lime leaves.
 

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“We’re very motivated to brew some new fun and exciting beers. I love brewing beer and seeing the look on people’s faces when they sample something new – especially when they aren’t sure of the name. When we let them sample a beer, even with a hesitation - the look on their face when they enjoy it is priceless. “ – Nathan Flatland, Head Brewer/Owner.   Cheers!

   

 





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