The potluck ranged from KFC chicken, tortilla chips and guacamole, meatballs, and fruit kabobs. There were many familiar faces and some new ones but we had a good time pairing the potluck snacks with Front Range's beers. We paid separate for our beers some of the members who hadn't been to Front Range before bought taster sets to give a better feel for the pairings.
The folks at Front Range were very nice and gave us a tour of their small brewing facilities. The brewery is situated in a mall in Lafayette where there are many restaurants. The taproom has menus for take-out where they deliver the entree to you. The beers are solid with a list including an IPA, a Saison or Farmhouse Ale, and until recently a milk stout.