Boulder, Fort Collins and now Colorado Springs: The Denver Passport is back again

The Denver Passport with a lineup of beers

(Photo: The Passport Program)

Summers here in Colorado are synonymous with bike rides, hiking, sunshine and bar-hopping. Pair the latter with an ever growing, never boring list of venues to choose from and it could seem too daunting on the wallet to go at it for long.

Thank goodness the summer also means the return of The Denver Passport, too.

In its third year of taking you to new places for inspired 2-for-1 drink deals, the 2015 Denver Passport will once again be available Tuesday, May 12 for $20 at

This year, The Denver Passport features a whopping 64 venues from Memorial Day Weekend (May 22) to Labor Day (September 7).

(Photo: The Passport Program)

(Photo: The Passport Program)

“For the past three years we have been trying to give people the excuse to explore Denver’s ever growing craft beer, cocktail, and winery scene,” said Casey Berry, co-founder of the Passport Program. “Denver continues to diversify its beverage culture and the venues that we invite to participate in this program are leading the charge of success in our city.”

Since 2013, the Passport has curated a select list of venues to part take in the program each summer. This summer the following list of establishments will quench your thirst:

  • Ale House at Amato’s
  • Amass
  • Angelo’s Taverna
  • Argyll Whisky Beer
  • Black Pearl Restaurant
  • Block & Larder
  • Brazen Neighborhood Eatery
  • Carbon
  • Cart-Driver
  • Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Cafe
  • Colt And Gray / Ste. Ellie
  • Dada Art Bar
  • Dae Gee
  • Declaration Brewing Company
  • Ernie’s Bar & Pizza
  • Former Future Brewing Company
  • Freshcraft
  • Goldspot Brewing Company
  • Gozo
  • Grandma’s House
  • harman’s eat & drink
  • Highland Tap & Burger
  • Humboldt: Farm Fish Wine
  • Illegal Pete’s
  • Inga’s Alpine Lounge
  • Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar
  • Jefferson Park Pub
  • Jezebel’s Southern Bistro and Bar
  • La Biblioteca de Tequila
  • Leña
  • LoHi SteakBar
  • Lola Mexican Fish House
  • Lost Highway Brewing Company
  • Lou’s Food Bar
  • LowDown Brewery + Kitchen
  • Lower48 Kitchen
  • MAX’s Wine Dive
  • Mike Wright Gallery
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Denver | MCA Cafe
  • Nocturne
  • Park & Company
  • Ratio Beerworks
  • Renegade Brewing Company
  • RiNo Yacht Club
  • Sarto’s
  • Satchel’s on 6th
  • Session Kitchen
  • SIE FilmCenter
  • Star Bar
  • Station 26 Brewing Co.
  • Stem Ciders
  • Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey
  • Syntax Physic Opera
  • Tamayo
  • The Denver Bicycle Cafe
  • The Horseshoe Lounge
  • The Infinite Monkey Theorem
  • The Matchbox
  • The Squeaky Bean
  • Tom’s Urban
  • TRVE Brewing Co.
  • Wurstküche
  • Zengo

The Passport Program is showing some love to Colorado Springs this year, too! Make sure to sign up for email updates at to stay up-to-date on the 40+ venues that will be featured this year.

Wait, you mean you want more good news? Alright, fine.

The Passport Program will also be promoting local bars, restaurants, breweries, distilleries and wineries in Boulder, Brooklyn, Columbia, MO, Fort Collins, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Seattle and Washington, D.C. If you happen to have family in those cities that you want to impress, The Passport Program is always a fantastic gift idea. But don’t tell them we told you that.

Once the fun begins on May 22, be sure to mention @passportprogram and add #denverpassport to your snazzy Instagram photos from your adventures!

About Jasmin Hudacsek

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