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Wash down your pie with a few pints at the Wynkoop Brewing Company (1634 18th Street in Denver), which will present the Beerdrinker of the Year award at about 5:30 p.m. Three finalists--sorry, they've already been picked and are flying in from across the country to compete for this august honor--will take their oral exams at 5, and the audience (that would be you) can get $2 pints for the duration of the raucous, beery event.

Four days later, on January 27, McCormick's Fish House & Bar (1659 Wazee Street) will offer its annual Red Wine & Fish dinner from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The cost is $35 per person (part of which benefits the Volunteers of America) and nets you food, wine, dessert and coffee, as well as recipes for all of the seafood dishes presented. The wine alone should be worth the price of admission; call 303-297-0408 for reservations.

And although it may seem early to start thinking about where you'll be drinking next New Year's Eve, rest assured you're already late if you haven't made reservations for December 31. There are still a few seats left that night at Tante Louise (4900 East Colfax Avenue), so call 303-355-4488 if you want to be among the sixty people plunking down $350 for ten courses, including beluga caviar, foie gras, white truffles and 1990 Perrier Jouët champagne, along with dancing and free transportation to and from the restaurant.

--Wagner

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