DENVER, CO, September 4th 2018 --- Our Mutual Friend Brewing Company has

announced the date for Gratitude 2018, a brewery hosted event centered on honoring locals and devotees as well as newcomers to Denver. Now in its fifth year, the celebration focused on customer appreciation has grown into a much-anticipated Great American Beer Festival kick off.

“There's so much going on here in Denver all the time and we do our best to offer cool events throughout the year. Because we are small that can be a challenge,” explains Our Mutual Friend co-founder, Brandon Proff. “Over the years it's become ever more important to us to show our appreciation for our community and the regulars. When people think of us as a brewery, I hope Gratitude stands out in their minds, and they feel like they have a place to come celebrate and be celebrated.”

Slated for Saturday, September 15th from noon (12pm) to midnight (12am) Gratitude features over thirty OMF beers on draft at the indoor bar and a satellite outdoor bar, over a dozen bottle releases, special deals on merchandise and glassware, food trucks, and the opportunity to pre-purchase packages online to be redeemed and/or picked up during Gratitude. Every choice is made with the objective of offering the community a guestcentric experience and an affordable day of celebrating.

“Any time I'm in the OMF space I feel like I'm part of plotting some kind of adventure,” states Christopher Schooley, community leader and founder of Troubadour Maltings. “The gang has such enthusiasm that they're so generous with; it's infectious. We’re always so grateful to be a part of Gratitude.”

Pre-sale packages are currently live via the event website (www.Gratitude2018.com)

where four packages are available: Keep the Glass Package, Gratitude Package, Collectors Package, and Beer Tokens. Pre-purchased Beer Tokens are $4 and redeemable for any beer on draft on Saturday, September 15th only. Beer Tokens will not be available for purchase at entry day of and all draft beers (without the use of tokens) will be regularly priced.

The Gratitude Package includes one bottle of this year’s Gratitude release, Gratitude 5, a brett beer aged on peaches offered in 500ml bottles. The Gratitude Package is limited to 100 sets available for pre-purchase. Gratitude bottles may be pre-purchased online individually and collected at the designated merchandise and bottle tent upon exiting the event. Little Maker, a mixed culture sour aged on cherries, is also available for a la cart pre-purchase in 500ml bottles. A limited amount of both bottles will be available at the merchandise and bottle tent day of.

The OMF taproom will run as usual (cash and credit) with the exception of no flights, crowler, or growler fills during Gratitude. For more information about the event visit and developing beer list at https://www.facebook.com/events/494649764322354/. To prepurchase packages visit www.Gratitude2018.com.


TRVE Brewing Announces Distribution Partnership with Our Mutual Friend

November 8th, 2017 - Our Mutual Friend Brewing of Denver, CO has partnered with TRVE Brewing’s distribution arm for distribution of their beer along the Front Range.

Our Mutual Friend has recently grown its infrastructure and capacity, including the addition of three new foeders in order to increase the production of some of their award-winning mixed culture and brett beers. They will be ramping up production of these as well as their stainless fermented ales to bring their beers to both on- and off-premise accounts in Denver and the surrounding area. The agreement will mark the first time OMF beer is significantly available outside their own taproom.  

TRVE Brewing has been self-distributing their own beer for two years, and for over a year has worked with out-of-state breweries such as Burial Beer Co. (Asheville, NC), Finback Brewery (Queens, NY), and 7venth Sun Brewery (Dunedin, FL) to import and distribute their beer on a limited basis. The agreement with OMF is their first established distribution partnership with a brewery based in Colorado. 

“We’re incredibly excited to be working with OMF” says Nick Nunns, founder of TRVE Brewing. “We’ve worked with a number of breweries outside the state of Colorado. To now be working with one of our local friends is an exciting new opportunity for our distribution arm. We’ve known the guys and gals at OMF since they opened and have been watching them grow in a way much like we’ve grown our own brewery. The similarity in our approaches to beer makes this relationship a no brainer.”

“Over the last five years, we believe OMF has emerged as a brewery to watch in an ever growing and evolving beer scene,” says Brandon Proff, OMF managing partner. “Though we fully intend to remain a small brewery serving the North-East Denver community, it has become clear as we've built a friendship with TRVE that our vision and principles for how we desire to operate are aligned. Craft beer has become an increasing arms race, but we do not believe (nor have any interest) in fighting for shelf space. TRVE's resources and expertise will allow us to approach where our beer goes with agility and intention through their strong, meaningful relationships with businesses that care deeply and want know whose products they are selling. We look forward to the future of our new distribution partnership with TRVE, and can't wait to forge a path forward. Let's party.”

TRVE will begin limited distribution of OMF beer in mid-November, commencing with a celebration of stouts and porters hosted by Falling Rock Tap House on November 17th at 5:30pm.

Colorado order inquiries for OMF and TRVE beer can be directed to sales@trvebrewing.com.


TRVE Brewing Co. was founded in the historic Baker neighborhood of Denver, Colorado on the summer solstice of 2012. Since its inception, TRVE has been a staple of the Denver brewing scene focusing on sessionable and crushable beers presented through the filter of a heavy metal aesthetic. TRVE has set itself apart from the typical experience found in the craft beer community with a wholly unique taproom, in which their original three barrel system resides. In the spring of 2015, TRVE began brewing at the Acid Temple – a ten barrel production facility dedicated to mixed-culture fermentation and experimentation.

For more information visit trvebrewing.com, and follow TRVE on Facebook at facebook.com/trvebrewing and on Instagram at http://instagram.com/trvebrewing/

Nick Nunns
227 Broadway #101
Denver, CO 80203


Our Mutual Friend Brewing opened in December of 2012 with the goal of creating a place for community through their small neighborhood taproom in the up and coming River North (RiNo) neighborhood. Starting on a 31-gallon brew system, they worked tirelessly to understand the techniques and history of beer while looking forward to where craft beer was heading. Doing so influenced their vision to create beers with a sense of place, forging relationships with Colorado hop and barley growers, and has allowed them to offer as many 100% Colorado grown beers as possible. In 2015 they earned a silver medal in the wood and barrel aged sour category at the Great American Beer Festival for 24FPS, a 100% Colorado mixed-culture fermentation barrel-aged sour beer. 

In 2017 OMF continued its organic growth on a seven-barrel brew system, increasing capacity to meet demand and offer traditional styles while still being afforded the opportunity for experimentation. 2016 and 2017 saw OMF receiving back to back silver medals at GABF in the brett beer category for Dreamy Thing (a collaboration with Cerebral Brewing) and Saison Trystero. 

For more information visit omfbeer.com, and follow OMF on Facebook and Instagram at @omfbrewing.

Brandon Proff
2810 Larimer st.
Denver, CO 80205