Weekend off the Wagon: Mar. 13th – 15th

(Image credit: The Kitchen Next Door Union Station)

(Image credit: The Kitchen Next Door Union Station)

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Friday, March 13

Steak and Spirits

Cook Street School of Culinary Arts, 1937 Market St.

Carnivores and libation lovers unite! Cook Street is hosting an educational evening from 6-9:30 p.m. where one can learn how to prepare the best cuts of meat and discover and pair with a locally produced spirit. Registration for all of Cook Street’s classes closes two days before the day of, so if you missed out on tonight’s adventure, check out the rest of the calendar to learn a new cooking skill!

Brew & Stew

Mile High Station, 2027 W. Colfax Ave.

Hope House is excited to invite you to the second annual Brew & Stew, featuring a variety of beer from local breweries, delicious stews and soups, and live music. The $40 ticket price covers all-you-can eat and drink beer and stew as well as activities such as a corn hole competition and live music.

Dry Stout Release

Comrade Brewing, 7667 E. Iliff Ave.

Comrade Brewing is tapping their Irish Dry Stout this Friday, March 13 at noon, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Brewed with Irish Stout malt from Ireland and hopped with East Kent Goldings, it will be better than any green beer you drink all day. 4.8% ABV.

Saturday, March 14

The Slow Sessions

Huckleberry Roasters, 4301 Pecos Street

The Slow Sessions, An intimate and hands on learning experience with three amazing Denver businesses in one day! Be one of only 20 people to take part in skilled trades, slow food, good beer, and fantastic gifts. At Huckleberry Roasters, start the afternoon learning how to roast beans and participate in the art of cupping. Make your own pickles at The Real Dill while sipping beers mixed with The Real Dill’s awesome bloody mix. Then end the evening with a private gathering at Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe complete with bbq, cold beers and a pork butchering demo! Tickets are already sold out, hope you’re one of the lucky few!

St. Patrick’s Day Deals 

The Kitchen Next Door Union Station, 1701 Wynkoop St.

Starting Saturday through Tuesday, the folks at The Kitchen Next Door Union Station will be bringing you St. Patrick’s Day treats such as Irish Coffee, Shepherd’s Pie as well as Irish Whiskey ice cream sandwiches!

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Breakfast

Freshcraft, 1530 Blake St.

Those familiar with Freshcraft’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade breakfast already know, but for those that are not, please join the folks at Freshcraft starting at 8:30 a.m. before and after the parade start for some Irish inspired dishes. They will be serving breakfast until 11 a.m. and then switching over to some more awesome food features throughout the day and night. They will have Irish inspired beer from Lone Tree Brewing, Boulevard Brewing and cocktail specials throughout the day!

Beryl’s St. Paddy’s Day Bash

Beryl’s Beer Co., 3120-C Blake St.

The fine folks of Beryl’s Beer Co. will be hosting their first annual St. Paddy’s Day Bash from 2-10 p.m.! There will be beer, music, food, games and more! For the holiday, they’ve decided to put their Light Catcher Stout on Nitro–and for one week only!

Sunday, March 15

Community Pig Roast

Satchel’s on 6th, 1710 E. 6th Ave.

The folks of Satchel’s on 6th are hosting a family-style pig roast and community dinner with happy hour drinks from 5-6 p.m. and the presentation of the pig will be at 6 p.m. sharp. Enjoy a delicious porky dinner from 6-8 p.m.!

Future Events

  • March 18 – Epic Beer Dinner @ Lucky Pie Louisville (Reservation Info)
  • March 21 – Collaboration Fest 2015 (Tickets)
  • March 21 – River North FarmHouse Release (Info)
  • March 26 – New Kids on the Block (Tickets)
  • March 28 – Hops + Handrails (Tickets)
  • April 11 – Cottonwood Institute’s Annual Base Camp Bash (Info)

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.