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A Trio of Tasty Events Tonight With Beer, Booze and Business Talk


Today brings a trio of events celebrating booze and business. Guests at La Biblioteca and the West End Tavern will have the chance to meet the makers of some of their favorite libations, and Green Spaces Colorado will host the Colorado Indie Business Forum, featuring a couple of the town's top restaurateurs.  

Today at 6:30 p.m., the Post Brewing Company will take over the rooftop tap room at The West End Tavern. Guest can taste a full lineup from the Post and meet brewmaster Bryan Selders. The Sixty Minute Men will provide live music. For more information, call the West End at 303-444-3535 or visit thewestendtavern.com.  

Green Spaces will host the the Colorado Indie Business Forum starting at  6:30 p.m., featuring talks by Justin Cucci, founder of Denver hotspots Linger, Root Down and Ophelia's; Biju Thomas of Little Curry Shop and Skratch Labs; and Bryan Dayton of Oak at Fourteenth and Acorn. There will also be beer from Great Divide Brewing Co. and wine provided by Drizly. Tickets for the forum are free and can be reserved here.  

La Biblioteca is holding its  monthly Meet the Maker event today. From 6 to 8 p.m., guests can enjoy a complimentary tasting with tequila maker Gran Centenario, and there will be a specialty cocktail featuring the tequila available all evening. For reservations and more information, call the restaurant at 720-904-0965.   

 
 For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings — and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to [email protected].

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