There are cocktails and beers we call winter warmers, the kinds of drinks we associate with warm nights by the fire with snow blowing outside. Steaming Irish coffees and hot toddies ward off hypothermia and sobriety at the same time, while beers like Great Divide's Hibernation Ale and Samuel Smith' ... More >>
When you gaze out those big picture windows of the Peaks Lounge, on the 27th floor of the Hyatt Regency Denver, you may not spot much snow on the mountains -- but inside the bar, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Particularly if you try one of the holiday drinks that the Peaks introduced ... More >>
Harvest Week is under way at the GrowHaus, the incredible cool interactive urban farm/marketplace in north Denver. The series, which is organized by Eat Denver, a group of independent restaurateurs, started with a "Praise the Lard" gospel brunch on Sunday; last night, it was "The Hedonist's Guide t ... More >>
There will be thousands of beers to sample inside the Colorado Convention Center during the Great American Beer Festival, which starts on October 11, but there will also be some very special beers served at bars, breweries and restaurants during the week before GABF. Some of these were brewed espec ... More >>
Malt, water, hops, yeast...and bull testicles. That's the recipe for the ballsiest beer that Denver's Wynkoop Brewing Company has made in its 24-year history, and one that it will start serving on October 8 during Great American Beer Festival week. Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout, which started off as ... More >>
October is far and away my favorite month in Colorado -- and it really has nothing to do with marshmallow pumpkins, goblins or watching the original Halloween for the umpteenth time, although I do enjoy all of those distractions. October signifies bounty in Colorado, with farmers' markets, farm st ... More >>
Hooked on Colfax, the eclectic, buzzy java joint at 3213 East Colfax, is planning a big expansion, one that will double its square footage and seating capacity, which is busting at the seams, says barista Zach Griffin.
Smashburger is hoping that its milkshakes bring all the boys, and girls, to the yard. While Smashburger has had beer on its menu since the Denver-based chain got its start, the store that opened last fall in the Tabor Center also serves alcohol-spiked shakes and floats ($5.99) that are the ... More >>
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