Holidaily Brewing Company, Colorado’s Dedicated Gluten-free Brewery, is set to release a winter beer in cans that will delight not just history nerds, but all Coloradans!
On November 14th, Beulah Red Ale will be available on tap in their Golden taproom and available in 4-pack cans to go. Starting the week of November 18th, the beer will be sold at select liquor stores, restaurants, grocery stores, and other breweries throughout Colorado.
Named after the town of Beulah, just southwest of Pueblo, this beer (and story) is rich with history. In the late 1800s, prospectors sought out unique marble to be used in the construction of the Colorado Capitol building. They received bids from all across the country.
They stumbled upon a quarry in Beulah where a very unique red marble was found. The marble was quarried and used in the construction of the Colorado Capitol building.
The can design explains this story, and depict a mining scene, the Capitol building, and the malt house where Holidaily sources their gluten-free grains in Wellington, Colorado.
Come by and try it on tap in their taproom, where you can see the marble in person, donated from the Beulah quarry owner, and see photos of old mining scenes.
Not many people know where the Capitol marble comes from and how rare it is. We like to think that our beer is as unique as this story. Cheers to Colorado history!