Crooked Stave brews beer in Denver, Colorado (USA) since 2010. Right from the start, the brewery around founder Chad Yakobson focused on two main areas: The bottling of 'fresh' beer such as IPAs on the one hand and the production of wild beers on the other. These are aged in wooden barrels for several months or years, later stored on fruit and/or blended. The brewery is known and appreciated worldwide for the results of these processes.
The 'wild' yeast Brettanomyces plays a special role in the barrel storage. In combination with storage, this yeast produces the complex aroma of so-called Wild Ales. The brewery pays special attention to the ingredients of its beers. Malt, hops and fruit come to a large extent from local or regional production in Colorado.
In addition to the styles mentioned above, the brewery's portfolio also includes almost every other common beer style imaginable. Whether dark and malty Porter and Stouts, Sour Ales, Lager or Pale Ales, all beers are brewed to the same high quality standards. Here the craft is clearly the center of attention!
Crooked Stave are internationally well connected and represented at all major festivals. In their brewery the "Wild Wild Brett" series of Omnipollo is brewed. They have brewed other community brews with EvilTwin Brewing, Trillium, Other Half, Beavertown or Hill Farmstead.