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July 31st, 2014

More than 30 Colorado breweries at Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Fest

This weekend, more than 30 of Colorado’s microbreweries will descend upon Keystone for the 18th Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival, serving up the suds with a backdrop of live bluegrass on three stages. “Colorado has become synonymous with beer, especially microbrews and craft beers,” said Maja Russer, Keystone Neighbourhood Co.’s event and marketing director. “Our state is known for its love affair with beer and for its ever-growing number of breweries of all different shapes, sizes and flavors.” One of the only festivals in the state to exclusively pour Colorado beers, the event benefits the High County Conservation Center. Jessie … Read more

July 31st, 2014

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Concerts in the Park Frisco, July 31 5:30 p.m., Frisco Historic Park, 120 Main St. Join Hit and Run for live music in Frisco. To benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center. This young group of hard-working musicians have carved their own vision of bluegrass. Guided Wilderness Hike Breckenridge, July 31 10 a.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Join professional guides on weekly hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. Bring water, rain jacket, sunscreen, and hiking boots or shoes. No dogs allowed. All ages welcome. Children under 4 must be in a carrying pack. July 31: Lower Flume Trail: … Read more

July 31st, 2014

Summit County Fishing Report: Options abound in and around the county

River fishing has been outstanding as of late for the dry-fly angler, especially the Eagle River in the afternoon and evening. Caddis and stoneflies are good choices and don’t overlook trying a terrestrial. With the drop in water levels the Colorado River — especially the lower sections — has really picked up. Dry fly-fishing is good with a variety of patterns, including hoppers worked tight to the shore. Tailwaters such as the Blue River below Dillon Reservoir, and the Dream Stream continue to produce solid fishing. The biggest drawback is the heavy pressure and need to fish fine tippets and … Read more

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