Did your favorite Colorado beer make the list?

Colorado’s largest craft breweries recently shared their top-selling beers with the Denver Business Journal. Some are well-known and local favorites, while others on the list are actually pretty surprising. The good people of Colorado have a taste for hop-heavy brews and several IPAs made the list, as did a few fruitier concoctions, like boozy sparkling water.

Check out the list of the favorite local craft brews below, courtesy of the Denver Business Journal:

  • Bootstrap Brewing, Longmont – Insane Rush IPA
  • New Belgium Brewing, Fort Collins – Fat Tire Amber Ale
  • Pike’s Peak Brewing, Monument- Elephant Rock IPA and Gold Belgian-style Golden Ale
  • The Post Brewing Company, Lafayette – Howdy Beer – Western Pilsner
  • Upslope Brewing, Boulder – Craft Lager
  • Storm Peak, Steamboat Springs – Maestro IPA
  • Eddyline Brewery, Buena Vista – Crank Yanker IPA
  • Bristol Brewing Company, Colorado Springs – Beehive American Wheat Ale
  • Bristol Brewing Company, Colorado Springs – Laughing Lab Scottish Ale
  • Denver Beer Company, Denver – Princess Yum Yum Raspberry Kolsch
  • Dry Dock, Aurora – Apricot Blonde Golden Blonde Ale
  • Estes Park Brewery, Estes Park – Stinger Wild Honey American Wheat Ale
  • Elevation Beer Company, Poncha Springs – First Cast IPA
  • Great Divide Brewing Company, Denver – Titan IPA
  • Odell Brewing Company, Fort Collins – 90 Shilling Ale

  • Oscar Blues Brewing Company, Longmont – Can-O-Bliss Citrus IPA and Wild Basin Boozy Sparkling Water
  • Prost Brewing, Denver – Pilsner German Style Lager
  • Ratio Beerworks, Denver – Dear You French Saison
  • Sanitas Brewing Company, Boulder – Passion Fruit Sour
  • Steamworks Brewing Company, Durango – Colorado Kolsch IPA
  • Telluride Brewing, Telluride – Tempter IPA
  • Crystal Springs Brewing Company, Louisville – Blood Orange Kolsch
  • Living the Dream Brewing Company, Littleton – Powder Run Vanilla Cream Ale

Did your favorite Colorado brew make the list? Let us know your favorite Colorado-based beer, cider, sparkling water, etc. or brewery in the comments below. Cheers!