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Event Recap | Cochon 555 Denver

March 24, 2017 | Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

Cochon555 made a successful return to Denver on Sunday with almost 500 guests enjoying more than 1,500 pounds of family farm-raised pork. The event also raised $7,000 for Piggy Bank, a charity supporting family farms through education, resources and more.

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2017 Cochon 555 Returns to Denver with Ultimate BBQ Pork Experience

March 16, 2017 |

Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017

Time: VIP at 4pm, General Admission at 5pm

Location: The Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis Street, Denver, Colorado 80202

 

When you look up the phrase Treat Yo Self in the dictionary, Cochon 555 is exactly … Read More

Event Preview | Cochon 555 Denver

March 6, 2016 |

Date: Sunday, March 6, 2016

Time: VIP at 4pm, General Admission at 5pm

Location: The Ritz-Carlton – 1881 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80802

Sunday’s Cochon 555, is the ultimate exhibition of opulence, combining unlimited tastings of wine, beer, cocktails, and all … Read More

Cooking with Beer | The Great American Beer Burger

October 2, 2014 | 2 Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

Since the Great American Beer Festival is approaching, I decided to post the ultimate Cooking with Beer recipe: the Great American Beer Burger. To properly honor the most epic festival of all time, I knew I had to come up a downright mind-blowing creation and I knew it had to be loaded with beer. I figured nothing is more American than a good ol’ fashioned burger topped with about 1000 calories of ingredients – so I made this dream a reality. A whopping total of six different beers are used to create this monster of a meal plus whatever brews you decide to drink. If you make this thing, you’ll be so impressed with yourself for actually putting it all together, even if you don’t manage to fit it all in your belly. Hell, I’ll be impressed that you actually had to balls to try. If you’re on the fence and can’t decide, just think of this: Why settle for just one recipe with beer when you can combine them all?

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