Who's got the beer? Northern Colorado, always. 

It's summertime, which means an abundance of opportunities to get out on the brewery patio, drinking a fresh beer. With so many brewery events happening every weekend, though, which ones are worth RSVP-ing to this week?

1. Blooms and Brews, Loveland Ale Works

Creating beautiful bouquets isn't something I ever thought I'd want to be good at, but after seeing the creations that come out of this event, I have to know more. According to the event page, your ticket gets you "all the materials needed to design an arrangement of locally grown seasonal flowers in a beer pint as well as a beer to fuel your creative juices!" Yum. Learn more here.

2. Hammer 'n' Ale, Odell Brewing Company

It's one of the largest summer fundraisers in Fort Collins, all benefiting (and hosted by) Habitat for Humanity. Live music, cold beer, and a great cause...nothing could be better. Learn more about the event right here.

3. Dad Joke Contest, Loveland Ale Works

Another great beer event happening at Loveland Ale Works, but this one is dad-friendly. Even if dad can't come, the brewery encourages you to bring your best dad jokes down on June 15 for some sweet prizes.

4. Summer Maker's Market at New Belgium Brewing 

Want some local goodies? Head out to the patio of New Belgium on June 22 for their annual Summer Maker's Market, where they'll host local vendors, food trucks, and of course, great beer.

5. Cooperage Class at Purpose Brewing and Cellars

If you like sour beer, you'll love learning exactly what goes into the creation and upkeep of a wood barrel. The event says, "Join Peter Bouckaert for a cooperage class where you will learn how to repair wood barrel and stave leaks. This hands-on, intimate workshop will have you using cooperage tools and learning how to put a head on a barrel." Sounds like the ultimate bragging rights from that class on. Learn more here.

Get your RSVP on and get ready for summer...our favorite breweries are keeping the great events coming!