Colorado Day is celebrated annually on August 1. The holiday commemorates the admittance of Colorado as a state of the Union on August 1, 1876, thanks to an Act of Congress signed by President Ulysses S. Grant. Before the Spanish started settling in Colorado as far back as 1598, Native American tribes had inhabited the area for about 14,000 years. In March 1907, the state legislature officially passed a law designating August 1 as Colorado Day; thus, the holiday started holding on August 1, 1907.
What a great day to drink a beer from Colorado!
|Avery Ellie's Brown Ale||American Brown Ale||Boulder||Colorado||12 oz.||5.50||28||$5.50|
|Blue Moon Belgian White||Belgian Witbier||Denver||Colorado||12 oz.||5.40||9||$5.00|
|Coors Light||American Light Lager||Golden||Colorado||12 oz.||4.20||10||$3.50|
|Killian's Irish Red||American Amber / Red Lager||Golden||Colorado||12 oz.||5.40||14||$4.00|
|Left Hand Milk Stout||Milk / Sweet Stout||Longmont||Colorado||12 oz.||6.00||25||$6.95|
|New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale||American Amber / Red Ale||Fort Collins||Colorado||12 oz.||5.20||22||$4.95|