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Top 5 web-only stories this week (March 13, 2015)

Compiled by Caitlin Row
crow@gjfreepress.com
Krista Driscoll / kdriscoll@summitdaily.com
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1. Learn about new The Bakers’ Brewery in Colorado’s high country, and its collaboration brew with Kannah Creek Brewing Company.

“Currently, the brewery is open for dinner, though the plan is to incorporate breakfast and lunch in the upcoming weeks,” reported Jessica Smith. “The Bakers’ menu is handmade, from soups to the bread for its sandwiches.”

2. Learn about a delicious flower, the artichoke.

According to The Kitchen Diva: “If you’ve never had the chance to buy them in their full, sculptural beauty, fresh off the plant, mature or young and tender, then you’re truly missing something.”

3. Learn about spring skiing in Utah.

“Many Colorado skiers and riders already have a good reason to go check out Canyons and Park City — the Epic Pass,” reported Kim Fuller. “So, grab your gear and take a road trip this spring, or catch a quick flight to Salt Lake City. If you need a getaway now or want to make your plans for next season, then here’s a peek into Park City.”

4. Watch Brittany Markert’s On the Trail video, featuring a recent ride near Fruita.

According to Markert, temperatures will continue to rise through the weeks reaching near 70 by the end of March.

5. Learn about two Unity Snowboards made in Colorado.

“Right in time for spring park and powder season, Unity sent me out on two wildly different boards: the Reverse, a tried-and-true freeride model, and the Kapow, a funky little true-twin powder deck,” Phil Linderman reported.


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