Friday, October 30, 2009



MHSF presents The Omen TONIGHT and TOMORROW (Oct 30/31) 8:00pm at the Starz FilmCenter.

25% off food and $3 Dales at Braun's Bar before and after the show (mention MHSF)

Costume contest both nights (dress as a movie character)

See you there, movie fans. See you there, Satan.

Mile High Sci-Fi

Diva's In Drag - Boarding for Breast Cancer Event

The DIVA's in DRAG show went on despite the snow! A boarding for breast cancer fashion show was freaking hilarious. Our own Tuesday night rider Randy was one of the queens.

Come & join this fun event next year, what a good time. Check out more photo's via the Outdoor Diva's Facebook Page HERE.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Oskar Blues Beer Dinner November 18th

Join us November 18th for a special evening of beer & food pairing at the Oskar Blues Grill & Brew brewery. The one-of-a-kind event will be hosted by brewer Eric Huber in the specially decorated & fully catered brewery. The event will be limited to 15 guests. The 5 Course meal will be $50 per person & will begin at 6pm. Please call 303-823-6685 for reservations.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Da Blues Bus will be leaving Lyons @ 3:30pm to the Tasty Weasel for Erik’s show and then return to Lyons around 7:00pm for the Interstate State Express show. Call 303-823-6685 for info.

OB Home Made Liquids & Solids Draft Menu

Holy smokes....we have 43 lines of craft beer holding down the soul of our new southern inspired & beer required blues joint.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Oskar Blues HALLOWEEN WEEKEND Updates!

Home Made Liquids & Solids:
Ø Friday, October 30
- Flexigrass with Pete Wernick 9pm
Ø Saturday, October 31
- National Cyclocross Race After Party (1 Free Beer per racer number)
- Halloween Party with The Rhythm All-Stars starting around 9pm
- Costume and Dance Contests, Trivia, and more
- Lots of prizes ranging from CD’s, T-shirts, Glasses, Koosies, Beer, Gift Certificates, and more

The Tasty Weasel
Ø Friday, October 30
- Firkin Friday 5pm is Spiced Chub
Ø Saturday, October 31
- 1/6 BBL of Pumpkin Spiced Ale on draft
- Tours @ 2, 3 and 4 pm
- Erik the Viking playing @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm **(Bus details Below)
- Halloween Party from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
-Costume contest for kids and adults plus games, jumpy castle for kids, candy and treats

** The Blues Bus will be leaving Lyons @ 3:30pm to the Tasty Weasel for Erik’s show and then return to Lyons around 7:00pm for the ISE show
Ø Sunday, November 1
- Tours @ 2, 3 and 4 pm

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew (Lyons)
Ø Friday, October 30
- Haldon Wolford
Ø Saturday, October 31
- Interstate Stash Express (ISE) plays ZZ Top starts @ 9 pm
- Costume contest @ Midnight (Judged by the Band)
- 1st Place Prize: $50 Gift Card to Lyon’s OB
- 2nd Place Prize: T-Shirt, Pint Glass and a Hat
- 3rd Place Prize: Beer Tin and CHUB socks
- Pumpkin Carving Contest
- Bring in your carved pumpkins for MYSTERY PRIZES
*Pumpkins are not to be carved onsite

** The Blues Bus will be leaving Lyons @ 3:30pm to the Tasty Weasel for Erik’s show and then return to Lyons around 7:00pm for the ISE show

OB inspired EVEL Jerseys are back

Dale's Pale Ale EVEL Inspired Bike Jerseys are BACK. Get 'em in our online store along with more OB infused gear HERE.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Castle Cross & Boulder Racing #3

Green Mountain Sports put together an amazing cross course & was blessed with a dusting of melting snow on a great day of cross racing. The course was great with some deep puddles & super slick turns.

OB Style Pit area.
The first cross race of the always hurts...yep, the pain cave. Great day on a cross bike. Jonathon Baker took the win over Summerhill but Bouplon gets the prize. The perfect cross weather didn't stop there as Boulder Racing threw race # 3 of their series under multiple storms. Travis Lukens tightens his cranks on his way to Victory in the SS race. Yep, you read that correctly. Larry Grossman on the Squirt rig get's his chase on, he suffered a flat front time & did more running than the rest of the field. Jeremy running one of the many long sand runs at Boulder Res. Rob Batey looks for the hole shot in the SM 3's race. A sweet Open Men's race was a battle from the gun. Matt leads early through a barrier section. Dunna hangs tight in the front group that contained: Summerhill, Pacocha, Baker, Dubba & Peter Weber Danny Summerhill getting it in the sand. He and Matt attacked eachother through this section leading into tight sandy corners on many of the laps. Summerhill out kicks Matt to the line...what a race.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Girls Education International

Girls Education International hosts Beats for Books Funraiser October 27th & The Spot Gym in Boulder.

Climbing, beer & a DJ...get some!

wow, not sure if this will draw any $$$ but it sure makes Chad blush.
Chad Melis speaks Beer, Bikes, Oskar Blues and now girls’ education on

There are many many cool things going on with this event....them out via of on their blog at

Monday, October 19, 2009

October Podcast Updates for Lyons & Longmont Locations!

In addition to our audio podcase for the Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons we are adding to our bi-weekly audio podcast hipping you to the music that is lined up at our two NEW Longmont locations. Local & national touring acts whose music (like our beer) is way too flavorful for the mainstream make their way to our new...est Oskar Blues locations. The 2nd of our OB podcasts is again hosted by Lyons Bluesologiest Dave McIntyre. Stay tuned as Oskar Blues Radio brings you whats fresh at all of our Oskar Blues locations. Check out Oskar Blues Radio in the Podcast section of iTunes, or the link below. Shake it!

Here is the Lyons Update October 15th to the 31st.

Here is the update for Home Made Liquids & Solids as well as for the Tasty Weasel Taproom

Tasty Weasel
10/24- Dana Kyle Stokes

10/31- Eric the Viking

11/7- the Velvet elvis

11/14- Romano Paoletti

Home Made Liquids & Solids
10/23- Romano Paoletti band
10/24- Lazy Lester with Felonius Smith band
10/30- Flexigrass with Pete Wernick
10/31- Halloween party with The rhythm All-Stars
11/6- Mary Russell Band
11/7- ...The Hi-Beams
11/14- Long Road Home Bluegrass band
11/21- Lionel Young Band
11/27- Hazel Miller band
11/28-Oakhurst band

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Oskar Blues Music Update

We continue our bi-weekly audio podcast hipping you to the local & national touring acts whose music (like our beer) is way too flavorful for the mainstream as they make their way to our intimate brew-pub stage. The OB show is hosted by Lyons Bluesologiest Dave McIntyre. Stay tuned as Oskar Blues Radio brings you whats fresh at our Lyons brew-pub. Check out Oskar Blues Radio in the Podcast section of iTunes or HERE via our podbean homepage.

Our Music Calendar is always available HERE via our homepage.

October the first is a Thursday and we will have The Stanleytones a fine bluegrass band from the area that have recently released a great CD. The 2nd is Friday and we will be featuring R. J. Mischo a great Chicago style harmonica player with Dan Treanor and his band from Denver backing him up. He is one of the best in the nation and really swings. Saturday is Romano Paoletti & Friends Romano has just released his first full CD and it is terrific. It is always a party with Romano so come early if you want to sit. Sunday the 4th is Swing State a fine vintage and modern swing band with a great line-up with Bill Ponterelli on clarinet. Mike Schikora will be having a CD release party on Monday night the 5th fresh from a tour of the upper Midwest a great singer/songwriter with a hot band. Come pick up a CD. Tuesday the 6th it will be The Lyons High School jazz band for their initial concert of this school year. Come and support these great kids, they work hard and sound good every year.

Wednesday the 7th is our local band night with Zach & Sean and The Insurgents. Thursday the 8th is Lil’ Bit and the Customatics Lil’ Bit is a great female vocalist in the old country style and the band is first rate and kicks butt. Maynard Mills and the boys will be here Friday the ninth. Maynard is an outstanding guitar player and always pays tribute to the old masters with some dobro slide. Round Mountain from New Mexico plays Saturday the 10th a duo that feature two brothers that are multi-instrumentalists and play folk/world music with a twist check em’ out they are very entertaining. Sunday the 11th it’s The Mighty High Band a tribute to The Jerry Garcia band. They do all those funky R&B tunes The JGB did in their day. Great dancing music. Monday the 12th is our monthly acoustic plug-in jam and open stage hosted by Patrick Cullie Peter Maves and Brian Donnell all are welcome. Thursday the 15th is The Tyler Grant band a hot bluegrass band featuring National flat-picking champion Tyler Grant great original and classic bluegrass tunes.

Friday the 16th it is the return of the Lionel Young band Lionel will be on the Legendary Blues Cruise with his band Sunday the 18th jamming with all the greats come and send him off proper. Saturday the 17th is Crowboy from Boulder a fine alt-country style band with lots of great original tunes they really cook. Sunday the 18th is a new rockabilly band called The Redline Rockets and as their name suggest they are on the rise their new CD is chock full of great rockin’ hits. Niwot High School will be at Oskar’s on Monday the 19th starting around 7pm they are a great bunch of kids and are quite good, come hear them play for you. Tuesday the 20th is a special show with Uncle Monk a bluegrass duo staring Tommy Ramone, yes folks that is The Tommy Ramone from the quintessential punk rock group from New York City. He plays and sings real true bluegrass and it’s good. Wednesday the 21st is out Tribute night and this month we are doing The Grateful Dead hosted by Oskar’s own Jamie Lunde of Awnry girl productions, they are always fun nights of great music by local artists. Thursday the 22nd marks the return of Slipstream with Jamie Stone on banjo they are a fine acoustic group made up of many outstanding musicians. Friday it’s the Delta Sonics band featuring Al Chesis on the harmonica arguably the best local harp player in Denver with a new CD finally, come and get a copy of it. Saturday the 24th is a legend from Chicago Billy Branch who played with Muddy Waters and many more Chicago greats he is in town doing Blues in the schools for the Colorado Blues Society and we are lucky to get him here to play a show for us don’t miss this master. Sunday it’s a Wedding celebration for Patty & Chris K. a local music celebrity who will have many different bands playing all day for them starting around 4pm come on by and wish them luck. Monday the 26th is our Django jam hosted by David Williams they play from 7-9pm and it is a delight to hear them do Django Reinhardt music so well. Jamie Lunde will be bringing her great band in for a night of alt-country original tunes with a few classic covers on the 28th for your listening enjoyment. Jamie writes lots of great tunes and sings her heart out. Thursday it’s Pokey LaFarge from St. Louis back for some more Riverboat Soul. Pokey is very unique and really can play that old-time music like nobody else, check him out he is very good and lots of fun. Friday the 30th is Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams our favorite Honky-tonk band. It is always a party with The H-Beams so make sure you get there early and be prepared to stay late. We end the month with a big Halloween party with our favorite local rockers The Interstate Stash Express with Terry and the boys wear your best costume and come away with a big prize, it’s always a gas on Halloween. Make sure you wear a costume for lots of fun.

See ya at the joint.
David Lyons Bluesologist McIntyre

Paper Dream Productions

Our friends at Paper Dream Productions continue to turn out an interesting take on comics....check 'em out via


Josh(OB Grill & Brew Manager) & Eric (Brewer) grabbing HOPS from the CSU research farm. These beuties are fueling our Wet Hopped series.
Got Resin??? Yum!
A shot of Gordon in all it's Hop glory, thanks to Dan Seaman for the shot.

DPA nugget.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Girls Education International to auction off pro mountain bikers at annual fundraising event

Have you ever wanted to go mountain biking with one of the pros you see in the pages of the mags? You may have seen photos of Sonya Looney in the pages of Mountain Flyer. What would it be like to spend a day riding the gnarliest trails on the Front Range with her? Or, have you thought about visiting Oregon or Washington State? What if your personal guide for the day was racer Stephanie Nychka? At Girls Education International’s annual Beats for Books fundraising event at The Spot Bouldering Gym on Tuesday, October 27, you can bid in a live auction on days climbing with one of these or many other mountain biking or rock climbing stars. Check out the athlete and start bidding online by clicking HERE.

In addition to the live auction, your $25 ticket includes the chance to see Boulder Adventure Film movies throughout the evening, a presentation by legendary rock climber Lynn Hill, two-hour climbing clinics for people of all ages and climbing abilities, unlimited Oskar Blues beer (with ID, and for imbibing after the clinics), food donated by Sherpa’s and Whole Foods, and music throughout the night by local DJ, Dirt Monkey. Outdoor gear and clothing from more than a dozen companies in the outdoor industry will also be auctioned off at a silent auction, as well as fine art, photos, and jewelry donated by artists Emilie Lee, Renan Ozturk, Kate Rutherford of Suspended Stone Designs, Dan Gambino, Topher Donahue, Joel Love, Janet Guenther, Celin Serbo, Keith Ladzinski, John Dickey, Mikey Shaefer, and many more.

All proceeds after costs will fund two girls’ scholarship programs in Liberia and Pakistan. The mission of Girls Education International is to provide educational opportunities and support to under-served girls in remote and undeveloped regions of the world. For more information or to buy tickets for the event, please visit their Website: Tickets can also be purchased in Boulder, Colo., at Neptune Mountaineering, The Spot, and The Boulder Rock Club. Tickets are $25 presale and $30 night of. Student discounts are available with a valid ID. One ticket pays for one half a scholarship, so bring a friend and pay for one girl’s education for an entire year!

This event is possible only because of generous donations made by the title sponsors, The Spot, The North Face, and Oskar Blues Brewery, as well as Clif Bar, Stonewear, Neptune Mountaineering, Boulder Balm, Eddie Clark Photography, the American Alpine Club, Jetboil, Green Guru, Izzy, Hugger Mugger, Julbo, Boulder Rock Club, Ames Adventure Outfitters, Manduka, Evolv, Climbing Magazine, Adventure Medical Kits, Glassworks of Estes, Boldface Design, Pacific Outdoor Equipment, Suunto, Market Square Liquor, and Third Street Chai.

For more information, to volunteer, or to donate, please call Heidi Wirtz at 303-998-7795 or email her at

OB Home Made Liquids & Solids...Grand Opening Images

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Hudz/Subaru CX team

Check out what the OB fueled Hudz/Subaru cyclocross team is doing....

October 10th workday @ 10am, 25th Event @ The Lyons Bike Park

October 25th Event @ The Lyons Bike Park. We're holding a work day this Saturday the 10th to get 'er dialed in & get some jumping in. Please join, details on the poster below.