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Glenwood Springs represents at Chili Pepper & Brew Fest

Samantha PalGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado
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SNOWMASS VILLAGE – Be sure to get a taste of Glenwood’s own local flavors at this weekend’s Snowmass Chili Pepper and Brew Fest Festival.Glenwood Canyon Brewpub will bring some microbrews to the fest, and they’re hoping for nice weather and thirsty chili-tasters.Head brewer Chip Holland said the Brewpub’s Grizzly Creek Raspberry Wheat is a champagne-like house beer that is “easy-drinkin’ and thirst-quenching.”The Brewpub will also bring its Canyon Trail Pale Ale, a golden, light beer with an emphasis on hops.JefFreezZ Aspen SnowBetto, “locally froze, locally licked” Italian ice, will also appear at the Fest. Jeff Isaacson’s business has been based out of Glenwood Springs for about 30 years, and he’s been hauling his sweets up to Snowmass since the Fest began in 2004.This year, make sure and try his signature jalapeño sorbet.That’s right, jalapeño.”It’s so cold it’s gonna keep you warm,” Isaacson said.

Festivalgoers can also sample Isaacson’s treats at the Summer of Jazz series and area farmer’s markets this summer.Starting today and running through Sunday, the Snowmass Chili Pepper & Brew Fest features microbrew and chili tastings, and live music on the Fanny Hill stage.Tickets are $15 today and $20 Saturday for a Festival Pass, offering access to outdoor concerts on Fanny Hill, and food, beer, and wine concessionaires. For $10 more ($25 today and $30 Saturday), a Party Pass for ages 21 and older allows unlimited access to microbrew tastings and chili sampling each day. A $50 weekend Party Pass is also available. Children 12 and younger are admitted free. Tickets are available at Glenwood Music, as well as other local music stores. For more information and parking tips, visit http://www.snowmasschiliandbrew.com.Contact Samantha Pal: 384-9105spal@postindependent.com


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