For a week in late June, a company called Floating Sheep was watching your tweets. They were looking for two specific words: church and beer
The company was testing part of what they call the "Dolly Project" which is a way to use geo-location of information like tweets to make maps. They decided to compare two simple words and see what people were talking about and where. On the map, which you can view by clicking here: http://www.floatingsheep.org/2012/07/church-or-beer-americans-on-twitter.html, blue counties talked more about beer while red counties talked more about church. For many Western Slope counties, beer was a more popular topic.
The company says that they counted around 17,000 tweets about church and around 14,000 tweets about beer, geo-tagged in different counties across the nation.
As for the Western Slope's results, during the week the tweets were monitored, many were enjoying a certain outdoor country music festival and may have not been at church.