Weekend off the Wagon: The Patio Season Continues

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Comrade Brewing Co. opens this weekend

Comrade Brewing Co. opens this weekend

Patio season continues this weekend with plenty of reasons to enjoy a craft drink outside.

Grab some friends, grab a seat, grab a drink, and enjoy!

 

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Friday

Copper Kettle Brewing Company, 1338 S. Valentia Street #100

Copper Kettle is finally three-years-old! They’re celebrating all weekend long, too. Today, they’re reintroducing you to their first sour, a raspberry framboise aged for 10 months in wine barrels. El Toro the Tot and Biker Jim’s will be out keeping your hunger at bay (and maybe your dizziness).

Saturday

Parry’s Pizza, 9567 S. University Blvd, Highlands Ranch

Avery is taking over the Highlands Ranch Parry’s for lunch and dinner, with 20 different Avery beers all day long. Beer, wings and pizza all in one place. Get some!

Comrade Brewing Company, 7667 E. Illif Ave., Unit F

Comrade Brewing, a brewery focusing on camaraderie in the craft brewing world, is having their grand opening from noon to 10 p.m., with Mediterranean-style pitas from Wikipita for some grub. They’re going to have six tasty beers on tap!

River North Brewing, 2401 Blake St. #1

We’ve had the pleasure of having their White in a can for a while now, but River North is now canning their IPA for our sipping pleasure! The beer and cans will be released at 1 p.m., but to ensure maximum freshness, they’re canning and kegging the day before the party. Get ready for a taste bud adventure!

Echo Brewing Company, 5969 Iris Pkwy, Frederick

Echo is hosting their second anniversary featuring your favorite food trucks, live music, slackline competition and special surprises. ESPN Radio will be there noon to 1 p.m., Nick O’Conner will perform live in the tap room 1-3 p.m., Ben Pu and Crew will perform on the patio 4-5:30 p.m. and then Cat Jerky will rock the parking lot 6-8 p.m.!

Upslope Brewing Company, 1898 S. Flatiron Court, Boulder

Weather’s lookin’ pretty perfect for the Upslope Bikes & Beer event at Flatiron Park from 2-6 p.m. tomorrow! Ride your a bike, get a free can of beer plus $1 from every pint sold goes to Community Cycles! Team ten20 Cycling, Boulder Cycle Sport & Butter will be there talking all things cycling and Bumper Crop LLC food truck will be here serving up grub!

The Lobby, 2919 Arapahoe Street

It’s time once again for Adult Daycare: Kings of RiNo. At Adult Daycare, they invite you to get in touch with your inner child (and their competitive side!) while feasting and imbibing. This edition of Adult Daycare is a beer vs. wine dinner with three courses expertly created and paired by Executive Chef Brandon Muncy and Guest Chef Jensen Cummings, featuring Tender Belly and other local purveyors.

Denver Beer Company, 1695 Platte St.

The weather is warm and the patio at Denver Beer Co. is primed and ready for their third annual Crawfish Boil. They have their little critters flown in from Louisiana to be paired with some awesome beer and all the fixin’s.

Sunday

Copper Kettle Brewing Company, 1338 S. Valentia Street #100

To conclude their weekend of celebrating their third year open, CKBC will be releasing their barrel-aged reserve. The Biscuit Bus will be out serving food and Aaron McCloskey and Alex Johnstone will be bringing the bluegrass to help you celebrate the night away!

Avery Brewing Company, 5763 Arapahoe, Boulder

Avery is releasing their extremely tart Rufus Corvus barrel-aged sour ale, a blend of two projects of theirs aged in orphan barrels they had hidden around their location, at 1 p.m.Before the release, they’re serving a tasty brunch from 9-11:30 a.m.

Station 26 Brewing CO., 7045 E. 38th Ave.

Unwind and relax this Bluegrass Sunday with Station 26 Brewing Co. while they invite the band Groundscore Bluegrass to perform with donuts from Glazed & Confused and food from Farm to Truck (11-2 p.m.) and Rolling Smoke BBQ (2-9 p.m.). Bluegrass and brunch were always meant to be served together.

Future Events

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About Jasmin Hudacsek


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