Enjoy sweet treats, bold brews at Homemade Homegrown in downtown Craig
Downtown Business Association will host its Homemade Homegrown event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 20 in downtown Craig with multiple events to accommodate all tastes.
The free event at Alice Pleasant Park includes a farmers market open to all vendors serving up homemade, home-crafted or homegrown food and sales items.
The park will also be the site of a pie-baking contest with prizes for the best fruit, cream, cheesecake and custard entries. The contest starts at 1 p.m., with entrants encouraged to have their pies ready by 12:45 for judging.
An open mic is in store for all available musicians, poets or comedians.
Also available with The Barrel Cathedral is a home brew contest and craft beer tasting with area breweries providing suds, including Wiley Roots, Storm Peak Brewing, Eddyline Brewery, and Stockmen’s Liquor. Mountain Tap Brewery will be providing prizes.
Tickets for the beer event are $15 for general admission, which includes a tasting glass for the attending breweries with more than a dozen types of drinks. VIP tickets for $25 also let the users sample and vote on the home brew contest.
For more information, vendor applications, or tickets for the beer event, call 970-824-2151 or visit KS Kreations, 523 Yampa Ave.
Tri-State Generation & Transmission unveiled its new Responsible Energy Plan this week, which will transition the company’s power portfolio further into renewables to reduce electric rates for its members.