We are about a week away from Denver’s first Bacon & Beer Festival. If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet I would get on it. There are only about 100 left and trust me you do not want to miss out on any of these delicious bacon dishes and flavorful beers.
Here are the details again, just in case you missed our first post:
Denver’s first Bacon & Beer Festival is taking place on Sunday, December 9th from 2:30 – 5:00pm at Mile High Station. This event is bringing together some of Denver’s best restaurants and Colorado’s microbreweries. Proceeds from DBB12 will benefit Metro CareRing and Project Angel Heart. You can get one of the last 100 tickets here.
- AC Golden – Colorado Native Lager
- Avery – White Rascal, Hog Heaven, Avery IPA and Old Jubilation
- Breckenridge Brewery – Christmas Ale and Vanilla Porter
- Colorado Cider Company – Glider, Ol’ Stumpy, Grasshop-ah and Pome Mel
- Crazy Mountain – Cara de Luna
- Denver Beer Co. – Smoked Lager, Chile Stout and Graham Cracker Porter
- Great Divide – Hibernation Ale, Oaked Aged Yeti Stout and Hoss Rye Lager
- Hogshead Brewery – Gilpin Black Gold Porter and Lake Lighting English Pale
- New Belgium – Snow Day Winter Ale, Lips of Faith and Abbey Ale
- Oskar Blues – Dales Pale Ale, Mama’s Little Yellow Pils, Old Chub and Deviant Dales IPA
- Prost – Dunkel and Weiss
- River North – Avarice Belgian and Rn4
- Ska – Modus Hoperandi, Steel Toe Stout and Euphoria
- Strange Brewing Company – Pumpkin Porter, Gingerbread Man and Farmhouse
- Central Bistro & Bar – Gerard’s Bacon-Chocolate Chip Cookies with crème fraiche icing and Bacon and Eggs.
- Chef Matt Selby from Corner House – Bacon, Chantarelle and Robiola Tartlet with Dried Fig-lambic Jam
- Colt & Gray – Bacon Cashew Caramel Corn, Cabbage & Bacon Griddle Cake and Bacon Cassoulet
- The Kitchen Denver – Salad Lyonnaise – frisee, bacon lardoons, egg, sherry shallot vinaigrette
- The Bitter Bar – Maple cured and hickory smoked bacon, coated in Captain Crunch and deep friend with a berry coulis and Mexican chocolate