You’ve probably heard the Mark Twain quote, “If you don’t like the weather now, just wait a few minutes.” While visiting Colorado during the springtime, Laura Stevenson learned just how true that adage could be.

On April 9th, 2016, Stevenson was all set for an intimate outdoor patio acoustic performance, followed by a meet & greet at Ratio Beerworks in Denver, Colorado. The once beautiful day quickly turned ominous. Dark and furious clouds rolled into the Denver skyline. The crowded Ratio patio patrons flooded into the crowded taproom.

As the storm grew closer, the Ratio crew worked quickly to move their set up inside. The show went on, only this time to a taproom of rain soaked individuals. As the rain raged outside, Stevenson’s voice won over the wet room. As quickly as it rolled in, the clouds rolled away once again for the sun to come out and play…. Leaving us with one of the most unique Ratio Sessions yet!

Cutting their teeth in the punk rock scene, the founders of Ratio Beerworks believe that beers and bands go hand to hand! Expanding that experience, while supporting the scene that gave them so much needed growth and experience; Ratio Beerworks has partnered with Soda Jerk Presents & Mostly Harmless Podcast to bring you a unique series of intimate concerts, meet & greets and special beer releases in the breweries Denver taproom.

On April 9th, 2016, Laura Stevenson stopped into Ratio to hang out before their show at Hi-Dive that evening. In the video, Stevenson played a fan favorite, “The Move,” from 2013’s Wheel.

Laura Stevenson is returning TONIGHT, August 2nd, to Denver with Jeff Rosenstock.

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