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Beef, Bartenders and Dirty Bachelors: Ten Tasty Events on This Week's Culinary Calendar

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Wednesday, January 28

Western artist Duke Beardsley has had a pop-up studio all month in the lobby by EDGE at the Four Seasons; tonight the hotel will present a five-course dinner with ingredients from local farms and a conversation with the artist. Call 303-389-3343 to reserve your place.

The booze battle continues as Boone's suits up for a round of Whiskey Vs. Beer. The event includes a three-course meal and pairings from California's Bear Republic and whiskey from Charbay Distillery. Make your reservation by calling 720-961-0320.

Thursday, January 29

Participants in this fabulously starchy cooking class at Stir Cooking School will learn how to create perfect Italian pasta dishes for those cold winter nights. Sign up for the Warming Winter Pasta Dishes class on the Stir site.

Friday, January 30

To celebrate the release of the new book Lost Restaurants of Denver, one of the city's first Mexican restaurants is throwing a party for the history book. In the former Casa Mayan space on Auraria Campus, authors Kristen and Robert Autobee will discuss their work on the history of Denver dining culture.

The 2015 Northwest Beer Fest promises generous beer and wine samples from local producers, as well as a raucous battle of the bands on the Oriental Theater stage. Purchase your tickets on the theater's website.

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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Chris Utterback
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