Circling up the Wagons – 12/23-12/30

Congratulations, you’ve survived yet another year of boozin’ on the good stuff. If you know what is good for you, you will head out on Monday night to celebrate the induction of a new year. We have a few ideas of where you can spend your evening, and you can always visit our friends over […]

Circling Up The Wagons – Week in review 11/18 – 11/24

Lightnin’ Ivories! Did anyone get the license plate on that truck? It’s been a heckuva week here at the Wagon, and several national holidays based around free-based consumption sure doesn’t help. We had several scoops from our fervent contributors about what you can bring to the Thanksgiving table, including wine and cocktails. Definitely worth bookmarking […]

Circling up the Wagon – Week in review 11/11 – 11/18

Howdy, sud-hounds. Yet another week has come and gone here at the  Wagon. Already the seasons are turning and we are staring down the barrel of the holiday season.  If you’re just turning in, here’s what you missed: – Denver inventor takes to the drawing board for a new style of bottle opener, and kills […]

Circle up the Wagon – Week in review 11/4 -11/11

Cool things from this week: Beer Vs. Wine tickets went on sale and a menu was previewed. Mighty tasty (and it happens Tuesday!). Max brings us into the holiday season with his Primer on Italian Wines for Thanksgiving We had a brief discussion on Why Craft Breweries Can’t Count on Community. Did you weigh in? […]

GABF 2011 – a love-story-hug-fest-drinkathon full of friends, family, and excess

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The Great American Beer Fest is a combination of Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, and your birthday, all rolled into a week. It’s a love-story-hug-fest-drinkathon full of friends, family, and excess. The event is officially only 4 sessions, or a total of 18 hours of “show time”. But Denver shines its shoes, puts on a pretty […]