FlyteCo Brewing Launches Pilot System - “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow”


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FlyteCo Brewing have introduced their new three-barrel pilot system to create experimental “here today, gone tomorrow” beers as well as allow beer lovers to brew the beer of their dreams. Last Friday, they tapped Smooth Skies Oatmeal Stout, a traditional oatmeal stout with flaked oats and chocolate malt, and previously released a Call Me Dragon IPA with Juicy Fruit gum. .

Up next, they hope to release a Belgian, barrel-aged pastry stout. Future beer styles will be voted on by social media followers. The system is at FlyteCo Tower, FlyteCo Brewing’s second location at the defunct Stapleton Air Traffic Control tower.

The experimental pilot system (a little word play as experimental in the aviation industry means building your plane) at FlyteCo Tower also allows bachelors and bachelorettes, wedding parties, retirees, corporate parties and others to design their own beer – including style, select ingredients and name – and brew it alongside FlyteCo’s brewmaster! After the collaborative brew day, in three to five weeks, the beer is ready to be on tap for the brewer-for-a-day’s on-site event at FlyteCo. If the beer isn’t finished on-site by the party, it goes on tap for the general public!

FlyteCo previously brewed a fruited Blonde Ale named Hall Pass, a collaborative effort from Denver-based Public Education Business Coalition, a nonprofit that offers on the job training and works with teachers, schools and districts nationwide.

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