Later this month our friends at Left Hand Brewing will celebrate their 20th year in business. The brewery is a former meat packing plant nestled next to the St. Vrain River near downtown Longmont, Colorado. The founders chose the name Left Hand in honor of Chief Niowot, whose tribe wintered in the area. Awesome fact about Left Hand: They have been brewing Sawtooth Ale from the beginning and it is still going strong today. Dark beers are where Left Hand really shines though, a few years ago Left Hand changed the game with their Nitro Milk Stout.
Here are some photos of the shirts we printed for the 20th Anniversary.
If you can get your hands on a Left Hand beer, make sure you raise it to 20 years. To all the folks who make it happen congratulations from all of us at Go West!