Golden Ginger Beer
Golden Ginger Beer was started as an homage to our hometown of Golden, Colorado. It quickly turned into one of our signature sodas. We wanted to create a real ginger beer with bite. Something that is refreshing, yet powerful enough to stand up to the strongest mule kicks. We infused the final product with natural lime extract and and a touch of pepper for an unmistakable heat. It will definitely set your party on fire. We hope you enjoy this potent ginger beer for its unique characteristics as well as its many creative cocktail applications.
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The Mule Deer
“The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is a deer whose habitat is the western half of North America. It gets its name from its large, mule-like ears. Adult male mule deer are called bucks, adult females are called does, and young of both sexes are called fawns. Mule deer antlers are bifurcated, or “fork” as they grow. Each year the buck’s antlers start to grow in spring and are shed after mating season. Mule deer bucks have somewhat more prominent ears than females. The mule deer’s tail is black tipped. Instead of running, mule deer move with a bounding leap, called a stotting, with all four feet coming down together. Muledeer prefer to eat high amounts of fresh grass and populations tend to move up or down with those of their preferred foods. Mule deer rarely travel far from water or forage, and tend to bed down within easy walking distance of both. The mule deer is the largest of the Odocoileus genus, standing on average 40–42 inches at the shoulders. An adult buck will weigh from 150–300 pounds, with does averaging 125–175 pounds. Average life expectancy is from 8 to 12 years. A group of Mule Deer is called a herd.”