Wynkoop is still trying to decide which of its brews to feature, but "we have a couple of vintage beers from last year that we'll probably serve: Flying Artillery Brown Ale and a barley wine that's been aging in our barrels," Jones reveals. Breckenridge's Christmas Ale, Great Divide's Hibernation Ale, Odell's Isolation Ale and a Belgian-style golden ale from Dry Dock are also on the menu.
And executive chef Bart Proffitt has put together a meal worthy of such delicious drink, featuring red and gold beet salad with barley-wine vinaigrette; roasted butternut squash soup with chive oil; applewood-smoked ham with maple mustard sauce and roasted winter vegetables; and a Yule log cake with warm espresso custard. The meal is a steal at just $35! The dinner bell rings at 6:30 p.m. at the Wynkoop, 1634 18th Street. Reservations are required; make yours at 303-297-9999.
Thu., Dec. 10, 6:30 p.m., 2009