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Berthoud Knitting Group

Berthoud Knit Group

640 675 City Star Brewing

Throw the yarn and needles in a bag and cozy up with some other folks in the City Star taproom. Find the group sipping seasonal beers and knitting in the corner.

Orange Crunch

500 500 City Star Brewing

“We take pride in making our food from the freshest ingredients and always made to order. Though we specialize in Filipino fusion cuisine, we provide a global menu catered to your event.”

Filipino Fusion Cuisine! Sample Menus

https://www.theorangecrunch.com/

King Cardinal

960 960 City Star Brewing

Brennan Mackey and Ben Waligoske of King Cardinal.

folk • http://www.kingcardinal.com/

Bugs and Brews

640 675 City Star Brewing

Join local fly fishermen and fly tiers for a casual night of fly tying, fishing chat, and brews from City Star!  Bring your own vise, materials, tools, recipes, etc.  If you haven’t tied a fly before, or want to learn more about it and don’t have materials, come by and learn how to tie one from Justin or another tier!  Justin is a Berthoud local who is a newer but passionate fly fisherman and fly tier, hoping to create some Berthoud community around fly fishing and tying!

The Seers

640 675 City Star Brewing

The Seers, an experimental folk-rock duo from Fort Collins, CO, have transformed their shared passion for great songs into a walking, talking, modern-day jukebox of musical versatility. With a “stunning repertoire” of over 700 covers and 100 originals spanning from alternative rock to Americana country, the Seers deliver sing-along performances that bring people closer together.

As a duo, three-piece, four-piece, and five-piece band, Seers perform at regional festivals (SXSW 2015 Colorado Music Showcase), weddings (in Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Colorado), private events, restaurants, bars, breweries, memorials, markets, and more. With over fifteen years of collaboration, it easy to see why they’re in high regional demand: they love to play.

As prolific songwriters and aspiring recording artists, Collins and Waters have been recording and releasing albums as The Seers since 2010. Their first was an underground, stream-of-consciousness EP titled “Universal Tree.” Two eclectic rock albums followed: “The Seers” (2013) and “Cellophane Eyes” (2014). In 2016, in collaboration with Danny Kalb (Beck, Ben Harper, and Foster the People), The Seers released the indie folk EP “Signals” to critical acclaim. Their fourth release, the full-length “Better Days” is out May 13th, 2017

folk • rock
http://www.theseersband.com

Beer Release: Bet Yer Boots Brut IPA

640 675 City Star Brewing

A new City Star beer hits the taps this weekend. Bet Yer Boots Brut is a Brut IPA, a champagne-like beer with delicious hop flavor, low bitterness and an extremely dry finish. It was brewed with El Dorado, Amarillo, and Citra hops (whirlpool additions), and then dry hopped with Mosaic hops… a cocktail of tropical hops aroma and flavor to compliment the dry finish at 7% abv. Growlers welcome!

Ohana Eatery Food Truck 3-8pm
Sean Flynn & Don Cleason play the beer garden stage 7-9:30pm

Wood Belly

Wood Belly Bluegrass Band

640 675 City Star Brewing

Wood Belly blends traditional bluegrass with modern songwriting and whether you’re spinning your partner around or hanging on every word, the result is the same. You’re left smiling and wanting more. 2018 has been an exciting year as the group released their debut album, “Solid Ground” and won the prestigious Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition.

Wood Belly was born when Chris Weist (Mandolin) met Craig Patterson (Guitar) and Chris Zink (Dobro) at the Rockygrass Festival in 2015. Within a year, they had teamed up with Aaron McCloskey (Banjo) and Taylor Shuck (Bass) and the music immediately fell into place. Since then the band has played at an ever-expanding list of great venues including the Mishawaka amphitheater, the Fox Theater (Boulder), and Cervantes (Denver). Their festival resume includes the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Rapidgrass, the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown, the Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival, The Wyoming State Bluegrass and BBQ festival, Snowygrass, Grapes and Grass, and more.

City Star is 7!

150 150 City Star Brewing

City Star Brewing opened its doors in small town Berthoud, Colorado 7 years ago. Berthoud was thirsty, drank City Star near dry, and the new craft brewery had to close the following weekend to catch up. Fast forward to 2019 City Star has expanded its brewhouse cellar and more than doubled the taproom seating capacity with a beautiful taproom addition, barrel house and outdoor beer garden. A few Great American Beer Festival medals, a cease-and-desist letter (from a winery), and 100+ beers later City Star has become a destination for locals and craft beer lovers alike.

Saturday, May 4th City Star Brewing officially celebrates 7 years of beers with two new beers, live music all day, two food trucks, reopening of the deputy mug club program, $10 commemorative t-shirts, free beers …and the annual cupcake toast.

Taproom doors open at noon with the release of Granatum sour pomegranate barrel aged kölsch in bottles and on tap. The beerslingers collaborated to formulate and brew their own beer just for the occasion. The result is Salud, a watermelon tajín wheat featuring lime zest, sea salt and habaneros 🍉🌶🍺.

5/4 HOOTENANNY SCHEDULE
12pm Beer Releases: Granatum and Salud
12pm Deputy Mug Club Opens, Commemorative T-Shirts On Sale ($10/ea)
12pm Food Trucks: Ohana Eatery and Nacho Mama’s Tacos
2pm Music: The Seers
6pm Cupcake Toast (by Rise Artisan Bread)
7pm Music: Wood Belly, 2018 Telluride Bluegrass Band Contest Winners!

During the Hootenanny the first 50 guests who check-in or share a selfie on Facebook or Instagram with hashtag #CityStarIs7 and show a beertender will receive a FREE BEER! 🙌🍻

Greg Schochet and Katie Glassman

640 675 City Star Brewing

fiddle tunes • old Western swing • country

Katie Glassman’s love affair with the fiddle began at the tender age of nine. Inspired by old-time Texas music, she began playing by ear, and was soon winning numerous honors throughout the West. In 1998, she captured the National Junior Fiddle Championship in Weiser, Idaho, and two years later the National Young Adult Fiddle Championship. She is a three- time top five finalist in the National Grand Champion Division and in 2011, she won the National Western Stock Show Championship. 2013 was Katie’s biggest year yet for competing, as she took top honors in two of the country’s most prestigious contests: Walnut Valley, in Winfield, Kansas, and Rockygrass in Lyons, CO.

But Katie is no one trick pony when it comes to fiddling. She studied classical and jazz violin at the University of Colorado in Boulder, graduating with a BA in music performance and a certificate in jazz studies. In 2007 she became only the second American to attend the Centre Musique Didier Lockwood in France, the world’s foremost jazz violin school.

Greg Schochet is a full-time performer, teacher and producer in Boulder, Colorado. Equally adept on guitar and mandolin, he is fluent in number of acoustic and electric styles, including bluegrass, swing, and country.

A veteran of many touring and recording bands, his love of music and traveling has brought him to some of the most acclaimed venues in the country, including A Prairie Home Companion, Red Rocks, and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, as well as the Rainforest World Music Festival in Malaysia.

Born and raised in the suburbs of New York city, Greg’s musical youth was framed by his father’s record collection and FM radio of the 70s and 80s. Combined with a deep love for all things traditional, twangy and old-timey, Greg’s musical sensibilities are wide-ranging and versatile.

He is an integral part of Colorado’s thriving roots music scene, and is a sought after instructor, session player, producer and collaborator.

http://www.gregschochet.com

http://katieglassman.com