Broomfield Chamber Celebrates 60 Years with a Special Beer Release

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“Community of Tomorrow” Lager pays tribute to the past and looks to the future.

April 9, 2020 – Broomfield, CO – A special beer release is the first event in the year-long celebration of the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce’s 60th anniversary. The Chamber is partnering with Rails End Beer Company, a Chamber member, to release “Community of Tomorrow” Lager.

“When we started discussing ways to celebrate 60 years, one of the first ideas that came to mind was to work with a local brewer to make a special release beer,” said Pat Monacelli, the Chamber’s Marketing Director. “With craft beer being such a rich part of the character of our state and our community, we thought it would be a perfect way to celebrate. We had a series of conversations with our member breweries, and all were very supportive of the idea. Eventually, Rails End was that one that took on the task of creating and brewing the beer.”

The name “Community of Tomorrow” calls back to the first-ever slogan for the Chamber of Commerce, which was “Broomfield: Today’s Community of Tomorrow.” The beer’s logo is reminiscent of the old Broomfield Heights Center/Broomfield Center sign of the 60s and 70s. The cans for the beer were printed by Contour Printworks.

The Chamber had originally planned to debut the beer at its Membership Celebration event in March. However, when the event was postponed due to COVID-19 concerns, the beer was already in the brewing process. Now, the beer will be released starting April 10th , with 6-packs of cans available at Rails End Beer Company.

Community of Tomorrow is a Helles-style lager, described by Rails End as a clean, gold-colored lager with a smooth grainy-sweet malty flavor and a soft, dry finish.


Hoosball 2019!

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The Broomfield Chamber’s 2nd Annual Hoosball Tournament was a great success. Eight teams turned out to do battle on a giant human foosball court, with Summit Financial Solutions defending their 2018 championship in hard-fought final against the Chamber HYPE (Helping Young Professionals Evolve) team.

We also had a great turnout from fans cheering on all eight teams. Thank you to all of the teams, referees, volunteers and fans for making the day one to remember. And special thank you to Presenting Partner Elevations Credit Union, Title Partner Summit Financial Solutions, and Court Sponsor Profile by Sanford.

Check out some of the day’s images…and we hope to see you next year!

Volunteers Needed for Upcoming Chamber Events

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The success of our events is a direct result of the incredible team of dedicated volunteers, supporters and contributors who support our mission. We’re always happy to have additional help from individuals willing to donate their time and expertise!  That being said, read on for ways that you can assist our efforts by volunteering your time at the following upcoming events. and reach out to Tammy to secure your spot!

1.  Taste It – held on Thursday, June 27th at the 1st Bank Center, Taste It is the signature fundraising event for the Broomfield Chamber.  We are in need of 15 – 20 volunteers to work a variety of positions including check-in, vendor coordination, portal monitoring, set-up and tear-down, etc.  All volunteers receive complimentary admission (a $25 value) which allows you to be part of the event as a guest once you’ve fulfilled you’re assigned responsibility.

2.  Great American Picnic Beer Garden – held on the 4th of July from 4:00 – 9:00pm as part of the City and County of Broomfield’s Great American Picnic.  This event takes place at County Commons Park located at 13200 Sheridan Blvd, and requires several volunteers for ID checking, wristband distribution, beer ticket sales, and entrance/exit monitors.

3.  Broomfield Days Beer Gardens – the Chamber sponsors beer gardens on both the north and south sides of Midway Park for this event with volunteers needed in 2-hour shifts from 9:00am – 6:00pm.  Responsibilities include ID checking and beer ticket sales.

4.  Hoosball Tournament Committee – as many of you may remember, we held our inaugural Hoosball Tournament last year in October at Midway Park.  We’re bringing it back for a repeat performance this year and are looking for volunteers willing to serve on a committee dedicated to the planning and coordination of this new and exciting event!  We need your ideas to move this event to the next level, so contact Tammy if you’re interested! 

Tammy can be reached by phone at 303-466-1775, xt 101 or by email at  Thanks in advance for your commitment to the success of the Chamber and its events.      

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