Friday, February 13
River North Third Anniversary Party (Friday-Monday)
River North Brewery, 2401 Blake St. #1
It’s that time of year again where the folks of River North Brewery are throwing a weekend-long bash in celebration of yet another year producing tasty Belgian-style brews. The kickoff tapping of their Anniversary Ale #3, a 17.2% ABV Biere de Garde, starts today at 1 p.m., but it will be on tap all weekend long, too! Take a look at the rest of the schedule and special tappings here!
Have A Honky Tonk Valentines
Converge Denver, 3327 Brighton Blvd.
You’re invited to join Barnraiser, Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe and Wolfe Narratives as they host Have A Honky Tonk Valentines –a riot of an event filled with music, dancin’ and raisin’ a hearty glass and a buck for a good cause. All proceeds will benefit Re:Vision International, a local Denver non-profit that helps families in Westwood neighborhood food desert, grow and supply their community with fresh produce. You can expect plenty of two-steppin’, boot stompin’, indulgence at Converge Denver.
Happy Hour & Hockey
Lucky Pie Pizza & Taphouse LoDo, 1610 16th St.
Water for People and Imbibe Denver are here to help you get over your post-Superbowl depression. There’s still hockey, people! That’s why they’ve worked together to assemble a super-duper happy hour and hockey package for you (and in the name of an awesome charity)! For just $35, you get two beers at Lucky Pie and a ticket to the Colorado Avs game! Get your tickets here!
Saturday, February 14 (Happy Valentine’s Day!)
Ratio Beerworks Grand Opening
Ratio Beerworks, 2920 Larimer St.
Ratio Beerworks will be hosting its grand opening party. The new brewery, which includes a 1,500 square foot taproom and 4,000 square foot production facility, will open its doors at noon in the RiNo Arts District of the historic Five Points neighborhood. Ratio Beerworks plans to offer a lineup of five meticulously crafted flagship beers, including an Extra Pale Ale, Dark Scotch Ale and its French-American Saison among others. Normal bar service will be available until midnight. The Pinche Taco Truck will be available from noon to 5 p.m. and Basic Kneads will round out the night from 5 p.m. until the end of the night.
Third Annual Chocolate & Beer Pairing
City Star Brewing Co, 321 Mountain Ave., Berthoud
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at City Star with their third annual chocolate and beer pairing! The self-guided pairing includes five beers paired with five local craft chocolates for $20. Share or enjoy solo anytime between noon and 10 p.m. Pairings are limited so reserve yours today!
Great Big, Grand Opening Party
Declaration Brewing, 2030 S. Cherokee St.
Declaration Brewing will be celebrating their grand opening this Saturday! Over 10 Declaration beers will be on tap and Churn and Burn BBQ & Ice Cream food truck will be on site. This will be great day for the folks of Declaration to enjoy their milestone with you!
BEERds and Barrels at Lucky Pie
Lucky Pie Pizza & Taphouse LoDo, 1610 16th St.
At Lucky Pie, they have always done what they can to avoid celebrating Valentine’s Day. While the rest of the city’s restaurants are all hustle and bustle about 5-course pre-fixe menus, complimentary champagne toasts and hazardous desserts that may contain engagement rings, the Lucky Pie folks are usually planning the best way to get tipsy on delicious, hard to find beers. So, this year, they are really going for it! Lucky Pie presents their first BEERds and Barrels Festival for sexy bearded men and the ladies/gents who love them (the beards—it’s purely physical). The AMAZEBALL tappings they have will start at 6 p.m., but the party could very well go on all night. Check out what they have to offer and get some beer and eye candy for your V-day!
Dark Hearts Party
Denver Bicycle Cafe, 1308 E. 17th Ave.
Fort Collins Brewery is bringing Denver Bicycle Cafe two awesome chocolate stouts to pair with two tasty truffles at 7 p.m. with music from Slykumu. Plus, no cover, no reservations necessary. What’s better then that?
Sunday, February 15
Black Project Spontaneous Ales Bottle Release
Former Future Brewing, 1290 S. Broadway
For those who aren’t familiar, Black Project is the name of Former Future Brewing Company’s spontaneous fermentation side project. This Sunday at 2 p.m., Former Future Brewing will be releasing a limited number of bottles from Black Project Spontaneous Ales. Flyby, thier first coolship ale (and GABF Bronze medal winner) and Jumpseat, a dry-hopped sour ale (and offspring of Flyby) will be available in the taproom on a first-come, first-served basis. Limit to one bottle of Flyby per customer, and four bottles of Jumpseat per customer.
- February 16 – Avery Brewing’s New Digs OPENS (Info)
- February 17 – Blessing of the Bock (Info)
- February 19 – The McNichols Project (Tickets)
- February 19 – Beer and Cheese Pairing (Tickets)
- February 20 – SUDS for SIDS (Tickets)
- February 20 – March 1 – Visit Denver’s Denver Restaurant Week (Menus & Info)
- February 27 – Big Art Party & Belgian Beer Month Celebration (Info)
- March 1 – Beer Pairing Dinner @ Rosenberg’s (Tickets)
- March 12 – Around the World in 180 Minutes @ Tivoli (Tickets)
- March 21 – Collaboration Fest 2015 (Tickets)
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