Horse and Dragon is the coffee stout you’re craving

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In the northern lands of our fine city, there lies an oasis where pandas and horses and dragons call home. It is here where the craft beer lover will fall whimsically in love with the beer culture and the smooth prominent flavors of coffee, vanilla, and dark chocolate of this mystical brew. Where the creator makes up words like #pandamonium which means nothing of chaos or mayhem.

Sad Panda is a full-flavored Coffee Stout that is so easy to drink, so rich with dark chocolate color and creamy foam that you’ll be craving it by the end of this blog. Give in to your cravings. You won’t be disappointed.

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It didn’t take too long for me to learn just how popular Sad Panda from Horse and Dragon has become in our local community. From summer house parties to fund raisers all year long, Sad Panda is everywhere. In fact, if you look at a distribution map, Horse and Dragon has cast a large dragon breath that has captured the praise of many tap houses near and far for their extensive list of beer styles.

Beer: Sad Panda
Style: American Stout
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.80%
Availability: Rotating

Among the best and savvy craft brewers, Horse and Dragon has made an environmental impact with sustainable practices. In 2016, Horse and Dragon became an EPA Green Power Partner business, offsetting 100% of their energy usage from wind power.

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So, when you find yourself yearning for an easy to drink smooth stout, just ask your server anywhere or stop by Horse and Dragon located at 124 Racquette Drive in Fort Collins. Horse and Dragon is open 12-6 daily and tours are available every Saturday and Sunday at 12:30 p.m.

Noelle Maestas, a Colorado native, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Regis University in Denver. By day, she is a content creator and marketing geek who has been contributing to and editing various marketing blogs and social media content for more than 5 years. Having an entrepreneurial spirit, she is also the creator/editor of her own fitness blog because it was a good idea at the time. Living in Fort Collins for over 20 years, beer has been the muse that inspires her to savor the best that Northern Colorado has to offer. Together with her husband, who is a GIS blogger and a beer-loving Canadian, they have become a recognized couple in some of Fort Collins finest beer establishments with several like-minded friends. When she isn't riding her bike through Old Town, Noelle can be found volunteering at beer festivals in Fort Collins.