WINNER UPDATE: Win four seats to Central Bistro & Bar's beer dinner with Great Divide

WINNER UPDATE: The correct answer to our contest question -- How many one-ounce pours did Great Divide serve during the three-day Great American Beer Festival, held in Denver last year? -- is 20,343 one-ounce pours. The person who came the closest to that number without going over is d.m.c, who guessed 19,312 one-ounce pours. d.m.c, we'll send you an e-mail about how you can claim your tickets.

This Thursday, Central Bistro & Bar (our 2013 Best of Denver Best Barrel-Aged Cocktail winner) is teaming up with Great Divide Brewery to host "Great Minds Think Alike," a food-and-beer-pairing dinner that struts the culinary spunk of Central exec chef Gerard Strong, who will create a five-course dinner coupled with craft brews from the Ballpark-based craft brewery.

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Seats to the dinner, available by calling Central at 303-447-4582, are $49 per person, plus tax and gratuity, but if you're reading this, then you and three of your closest hop-head friends can crash the feast for free by answering one simple question.

Here's what we want to know: How many one-ounce pours did Great Divide serve during the three-day Great American Beer Festival, held in Denver last year?

The person who comes the closest to the correct answer without going over will win four seats to the dinner -- and that's not all. Great Divide has also tossed in some killer swag for the winner, including T-shirts, pint glasses and hats.

To enter the contest, please submit your best guess, along with your name and an e-mail address (no e-mail address automatically disqualifies you!) in the comments section below. We'll announce the winner on Thursday morning.

And while you hardly need any more incentive to win those tickets, the menu, displayed below, looks amazing.

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