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Denver’s Mockery Brewing & Butcher’s Bistro Raise $1,320 for Charity

April 5, 2018 |

Mile High City brewery Mockery Brewing and Butcher’s Bistro collaborated during the month of March to support a favorite charity, Veterans to Farmers.

Throughout the month, for every pint of Mockery’s “Rock the F*ck on Forever” IPA sold at Butcher’s Bistro, $1 went to the nonprofit. In addition, at the end of the month Butcher’s Bistro hosted a silent auction and celebration for Veterans to Farmers great work.

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The Weekly Buzz | March 24 – 30

March 31, 2017 |

It’s been another grueling week, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. That light, of course, is the glowing neon of your local watering hole. Just as your favorite bartender is ready to listen to your woes, The Weekly Buzz is hear to brighten your day. So, kick that weird guy off of your favorite stool, belly up to the bar, and enjoy this week’s latest craft beer buzz. Oh… and don’t forget to drink a delicious beer. That’s an important part of the process.

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*UPDATED* 2015 Colorado Brewery Openings

January 4, 2016 | 3

 

This article was updated on January 4, 2016 at 3:45pm to reflect more 2015 brewery openings shared by our readers. Thanks for your contributions!*

If you live in Colorado you may feel like a new brewery springs up about … Read More

Brewery Showcase | Spangalang Brewery

June 29, 2015 |

Hours of Operation:
M-T: 12 – 8 p.m.
W-S: 12 – 10 p.m.
S: 12 – 8 p.m.
Five Points is proudly one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, located just blocks northeast of its downtown high-rises. The entire area is a large, sort of chicken-shaped chunk of mostly neighborhood housing that dates back as far as 1860. Five Points was first home to early Denver aristocracy, then later became more diverse (many black people moved there because home sale laws wouldn’t allow them elsewhere) while a rich jazz culture blossomed in the early 1900s. The 50 plus bars on Welton Street hosted jazz legends like Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, Miles Davis and Duke Ellington (to name a few). After the jazz wave died down, the neighborhood vibe shifted. While many businesses and more affluent residents moved away, the jazz culture lived on through art and music still prevalent amidst the old streets and historic buildings.

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