Gear and Beer: Join us in Denver for an Event Celebrating Cottage-Industry Brands

There are two things all hikers unanimously adore. The first thing? Gear. The second thing? Beer. Be steady your beating but aerobically fit hearts guys, because the two have been melded into the perfect symbiotic partnership in the form of the upcoming Gear and Beer event in Denver, CO. The Trek is a proudly a media partner for this event, and we’d love to see you there. This event is FREE to the public.

Gear and Beer hosted by Forlulu Events is a festival celebrating up-and-coming entrepreneurs in the outdoor industry. There will be lots of gear to buy or demo, food trucks, music, raffles, and of course, lots and lots of cold craft beer.

RSVP HERE

Vendors include: Bedrock Sandals, Gossamer Gear, FattE Bikes, Purple Rain Adventure Skirts, Stunt Puppy, Cold Case Gear, Roofnest, Colorado Teardrop Trailers, Fourpoints Bar, Trail Threads, and more. They will all have fully stocked booths to help attendees reveling in their gear obsession.

Best of all, the event is completely and totally free. If there’s one thing hikers love more than beer and gear, it’s free things. Everyone is invited to come shop for gear, test out some gear, or try to win some gear. All while drinking beer. Isn’t that the dream?

gear and beer event at Wayfinder Co-op in Denver

Where

Wayfinder Co-op
525 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204

When

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
4:00- 10:00pm, MDT

Want to Get Involved?

If you’re a hardworking, hustling outdoor entrepreneur interested in participating, the event is still accepting vendor applications here.

Sponsorship

Do you support hardworking, hustling outdoor entrepreneurs? Apply to be an event sponsor here. Sponsors include Bedrock Sandals, Startup Colorado, The Trek, and Suffer Better.

This & That

-Sorry, this is a dog-free event. Pooches of the nonservice variety will need to stay home.

RSVP!

The event’s Facebook page can be found here and the Eventbrite page can be found here.

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