Autumn in Colorado is just about as wacky a season as you can find, with temperatures fluctuating between the 20s and the 70s...occasionally on the same day. So you'll need a variety of beer styles in your fridge. While you may crave a robust porter when it's approaching the freezing point, a nice fresh IPA is more palatable on a surprise sunny afternoon. Here are five local brews we've been enjoying, whatever Fall's weather brings.
'Funkwerks' on Serious Eats
In the glass Funkwerks White presents a near-perfect image of a Belgian Witbier. Its hazy, pale lemon body supports a big, pillowy white head. The beer, one of the initial offerings from the Saison-focused Fort Collins, Colorado, brewery, was created using all organic ingredients.