Denver's craft beer scene is officially on fire. Which means that wine lovers are liable to end up at more than a few dining destinations whose emphasis on malt-and-hops-based beverages does not portend a pleasurable evening of wine enjoyment. Thank Bacchus for Euclid Hall, that elusive venue that doesn't overlook guests who prefer vino just because beer is the star of its beverage program. In fact, if you didn't know better, Euclid's crazy-good wine list might make you wonder whether beer really is its bag. White wines run the gamut from albariño to Alsatian gewürztraminer (the ideal pour for those hand-cranked sausages); reds include everything from pinot noir to petit syrah. So the next time you find yourself barside at Euclid Hall, don't be surprised if those suds in your neighbor's bevvie are gracing a glass of bubbly.