Weekend off the Wagon – September 27-29

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If you’re not suffering from the grim spector of illness like so many are from the change in weather, then I suggest you go out and enjoy the Denver Oktoberfest festivities starting tonight.

Obviously, Prost Brewing Company has already started early, but it’d make sense to visit them at some point, being Denver’s most authentic German brewery, right? I’ll “prost” to that!

Saturday is a big day for Epic Brewing. They’ll be opening their doors to their Denver location to the general public around 2 p.m. David was one of the lucky ones to get a sneak peak of the brewery yesterday. I’m pretty sure he’s still feeling his enjoyment from the 25 beer selection today.

Now go bundle up and check out this weekend’s lineup!

Friday Saturday Sunday
High: 64˚
Low: 41˚
Scattered T-Storms
Precip: 40%
High: 66˚
Low: 45˚
Sunny
Precip: 0%
High: 75˚
Low: 49˚
Sunny
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All Weekend

Denver Oktoberfest

Starting Friday, 5 p.m. 

Grab your stein, throw on your lederhosen and get ready for Denver’s 44th annual Oktoberfest!

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Friday, September 27

Le Grand Oyster Festival

Le Grand Bistro & Oyster Bar

It’s the last day to enjoy Oyster Week at Le Grand! Go get those $.99 oysters, you fiends.

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Beethoven & Brews

Magnolia Hotel Ballroom, 7:30 p.m.

Come listen to the sounds of Beethoven performed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra while you sample craft beer from Wynkoop Brewing Co.

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Saturday, September 28

Epic Brewing Grand Opening

Denver, 2 p.m.

The Utah-based brewery will be opening its doors with 25 house beers on tap. Stop in and grab at least two. Or three.

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Docktoberfest

Dry Dock Brewing Company, 11 a.m.

There will be live music with Rick Borger and The Average German Band from 1-4 p.m., food and of course the Docktoberfest German style Oktoberfest/Marzen will be tapped by Aurora’s mayor, Steve Hogan, at 11:15 a.m.

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Colorado Honey Festival

Denver Urban Homesteading, 12 p.m.

The festival includes samplings of local honey, a demonstration of the honey extraction process and lectures on the benefits of honey in food and beauty products. Neighboring businesses will also be celebrating the festival in their shops: Black Sky Brewery has brewed a honey beer, and Humble Pie Bakery will offer a honey peach pie.

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Sunday, September 29

Taste of the Nation

McNichols Civic Center Building, 6 p.m.

Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation Denver is the largest and finest culinary benefit supporting the effort to end childhood hunger in Colorado. A tasting event that features 40 Bites for 40 Bucks from Colorado’s great restaurants, chefs, cocktail artists, local wineries, and microbreweries.

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bRUNch at Linger

Linger, Denver

It’s the last bRUNch of the season! Linger will be hosting our September 29 bRUNch. Check-in will be from 9:15 – 9:30 a.m. We will leave for the run at 9:30 a.m.

This bRUNch is limited to 40 bRUNchers. Please purchase your tickets beforehand to reserve your spot!

Routes
5K – http://bit.ly/140gHAm
10K – http://bit.ly/15hhz4x

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Future Events

  • October 4-6 – Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival (More Info)
  • October 4-12 – Denver Beer Fest (More Info)
  • October 6 – Colorado’s Top Brewers Release Party (More Info)
  • October 11 – Avery’s Barrel-Aged Bike RIde (More Info)
  • January 9 – Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywine Festival (Tickets)

Did we miss something? Want your event on next week’s Weekend off the Wagon? Email us.

 

About Jasmin Hudacsek


Editor for Denver off the Wagon and avid black coffee drinker.