Boulder Birch Beer
Boulder Birch Beer is a creamy birch beer with hints of vanilla and maple syrup that will likely inspire memories of years gone by. The rich brown color is derived from the black birch species of birch tree from which the sap is extracted. After the sap is collected, it is distilled to make birch oil. The birch oil is then added with the extracts of Mexican Vanilla beans, and pure Maple syrup to give Boulder Birch Beer its distinctive flavor. This Birch Beer is happy to be like no other. We hope you enjoy this thick, frothy beverage that warms the soul.
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“The beaver (Castor canadensis) are second only to humans in their ability to manipulate and change their environment. Gnawing down trees with their strong teeth and powerful jaws, they create massive branch, log, and mud dams to block streams and turn fields into large ponds. Beaver homes, called lodges, are also constructed of branches and mud. Lodges are often located in the middle of ponds and can only be reached by underwater entrances. These large rodents move with a waddle on land but are graceful in the water. They use their large, webbed rear feet like swimming fins, and their paddle-shaped tails like rudders. They can swim at speeds of up to five miles an hour. They can remain underwater for 15 minutes without surfacing, and have a set of transparent eyelids that function like swim goggles. A beaver’s teeth grow continuously so that they are not worn down by chewing on wood. They are herbivores and prefer to eat leaves, bark, twigs, roots, and aquatic plants. Their fur is naturally oily and waterproof. Beaver usually live from 20-24 years. A group of beaver is called a colony or a family.”