The Colorado Brewers Guild has been working tirelessly to support local breweries, especially during the pandemic. With hard times abound, it's always a good idea to take a breather, have a pint of beer, and remember what makes Colorado so great...and that's what Colorado Pint Day is all about.

Coming on April 7, Colorado Pint Day is a holiday celebrating independent craft breweries. Not only that, but one of the best parts of the holiday are the commemorative glasses, which fans collect each year and which also have a special fundraising purpose (along with just being a cool collector's item). Take a peek at last year's glass:

One dollar of each pint glass sold goes back to the Colorado Brewers Guild, "a nonprofit trade association with the mission to promote, protect, and propel independent craft breweries in the State of Craft Beer through advocacy, community, education, and public awareness", according to a press release. This year's pint glass plays off of the theme of "Catch a Pint", and will be designed by Brooks Engel of Nowhere Land Supply. You've probably seen his work before: check out his Instagram page right here. 

To learn more about Colorado Pint Day, head to the Colorado Brewers Guild's website right here.

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