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