As if summertime bar crawls weren't refreshing enough, there is now a way to get two-for-one drink specials at 56 different bars and restaurants around Denver.
The Denver Passport "aims to help people find new, independent, local places to hang out, and to provide participating venues with a new base of interested customers," according to co-creators PJ Hoberman and Casey Berry.
See also: - Hey Bartender, a documentary on craft cocktail culture, debuts in Denver tonight - Bartender at Williams & Graham wins the Viva Sangrita battle at Linger - All whiskey, all the time, starting in late June at Central Bistro & Bar
The booklets enable people to redeem drink specials between June 15 and September 2; each passport is valid for one special at each location, and upon redemption, the bar or restaurant will stamp the passport.
To find the entire list of locations honoring the Denver Passport, along with more information about the booklet and an end-of-summer party, visit the Denver Passport website.
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