Strange Things Are Afoot At Strange And Strange

You’ve likely heard the news: it seems that our local Strange Brewing Company and some homebrew store in Massachusetts are having a little bit of a legal twist-up over the name “Strange” followed up by some iteration of the term “Brew.” I am going to be up front. Where lawyers are involved I generally try […]

A progressive place that takes you back – The Populist

populist front of drink menu

The purpose of the Populist Party was to be progressive, a movement for the people.  It also happens to be exactly what Jonathan Power and Noah Price (of Crema) have created on 32nd and Larimer, in the RiNo District. These talented, bearded fellas developed the perfect approach of aligning the neighborhood’s culture, affordability, and infrastructure […]

The reCyclery Cafe set to open Nov. 16th.

The reCyclery, Capitol Hill’s newest bicycle shop, has only been open a few weeks and are already primed and damn near ready to open their extension– reCyclery Bicycle Cafe. Located on the northwest corner of 14th and Ogden, the reCyclery Bicycle Cafe will not only offer cyclists and Cap Hillers breakfast, lunch, and dinner bierocks, […]

Colorado Native Lager Kicks Off 2012 Volunteer Hop Grower Project

Want to grow hops for the greater good (of Colorado beer)? Here’s your chance! For the second year, AC Golden Brewing Co. is giving locals the opportunity to grow hops that’ll be included in their Colorado Native Lager. On the heels of a very successful first year for volunteer hop growers, AC Golden Brewing Company is […]

Two Scoops of Beer {Ice Cream}, Please!

Sweet Action Ice Cream has been a Denver institution since opening in March of 2009.  Located on Broadway, owners Chia Basinger and Samantha Kopicko have always done their best to keep their menu interesting, which includes flavors like Roasted Green Chile, Pocky Red Bean, Earl Grey, and Vegan Coffee & Doughnuts.  For the past 3 years, […]

Jack Rabbit Hill: Local Love from a Hidden Gem in Hotchkiss

By Josh Rapp and Jen Fowler Many people in our great state have inclinations toward all things local over all things not local.  Jack Rabbit Hill Winery and Peak Spirits have had “all things local” as their focus since they started up in 2000.  You may have seen bottles of Cap Rock gin or vodka […]