Beer, Wine & Spirits in Harvey Park

Entry for One, Two, or Four to End of the World Pub Crawl Entry on September 13 (Up to 50% Off)

End of The World Pub Crawl

LoDo

$50 $25

Avoid zombies and win prizes during a pub crawl in Denver's LoDo; each admission comes with t-shirt, koozie, sunglasses, and two drinks

$29 for a Wine Tasting for Two with a Take-Home Bottle at Wild Women Wine (Up to $55 Value)

Wild Women Wine

Wild Women Wine

$55 $29

Three-taste wine flight, plus an additional full glass of wine and a bottle to take home with a personal wine label

Wine-Tasting Package for Two, Four, or Six at Mile High Winery (Up to 59% Off)

Mile High Winery

Denver

$35 $17

Handcrafted wines served in a space with art and decor inspired by downtown Denver

Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Ryker's Cellars (Up to 51% Off)

Ryker's Cellars

Sunny Side

$36 $18

Seven samples of whites and reds with full glass of wine

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Bonacquisti Wine Company (Up to 63% Off)

Bonacquisti Wine Company

Northwest Denver

$36 $16

Executive sommelier Paul Bonacquisti leads budding oneophiles through a wine tasting, introducing them to various varietals

Tasting Package for Two or Four with Tour and Wine Credit at Kingman Estates Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Kingman Estates Winery

North Washington

$50 $25

Winery spotlights Colorado grapes in handcrafted white and red wines such as fruity viogniers and peppery cabernet sauvignons

Wine Tasting for Two or Four People at InVINtions, A Creative Winery (Up to 75% Off)

InVINtions, A Creative Winery

Greenwood Village

$120 $44.75

During personalized two-hour session, staff walk customers through unlimited tastings of red and white wines with take-home wine glasses

Microbrew Samples and Take-Home Growlers at Big Choice Brewing (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Big Choice Brewing, LLC

Broomfield Industrial Park

$21 $12

Local microbrews such as the #42 Poblano Stout made with poblano peppers and the 10,000 Summers Saison made with Madhava wildflower honey

$10 for a Beer Tasting with Two Pints and a Flight of Six 4-Ounce Beers at J Wells Brewery ($20 Value)

J Wells Brewery

Boulder

$20 $10

Sample beers from the smallest nanobrewery in Boulder, which specializes in pale ales, IPAs, and british bitter ales

$32 for a Wine Tasting Package Custom Bottle Labels for Two at D'Vine Wine (Up to $64 Value)

D'Vine Wine

Manitou Springs

$64 $32

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Vintners and staff guide palates through tastings of wines handcrafted, bottled, and fermented onsite in a historic bathhouse

Distillery Tour and Cocktails for Two or Four at Syntax Spirits Distillery (Up to 54% Off)

Syntax Spirits Distillery

Greeley

$24 $12

Tour distillery before sampling signature cocktails or flights of award-winning vodka, rum, whisky, and infused spirits

Tour and Wine Tasting for 2, 4, or 6 with Take-Home Bottles of Wine at Vintages (Up to 52% Off)

Vintages

Downtown Fort Collins

$35 $20

Tour and tasting features samples of profile select reds and whites, as well as cheese and crackers and an informative talk

Craft Whiskey Tasting and Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Feisty Spirits (Up to 56% Off)

Feisty Spirits

Fort Collins

$26.66 $13

Visitors to the tasting room admire distillery equipment while sipping half-ounce samples of varied whiskies made from natural ingredients

Wine-and-Cheese Tasting Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Ten Bears Winery (50% Off)

Ten Bears Winery

Ten Bears Winery

$28 $14

The staff pairs smooth Colorado wines with specially selected cheese and crackers allowing guests to enjoy complementary flavors

Beer Flights for Two or Four or Growler with Three Fills at Crazy Mountain Brewing Company (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Mountain Brewing Company

Edwards

$16 $8

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10 taps pour sample flights and full-sized growlers of craft beer inside a dog-friendly tasting room with an onsite food truck

Brewery Tour for Two, or Tasting Experience for Two at Aspen Brewing Company (Up to 40% Off)

Aspen Brewing Company

Multiple Locations

$45 $27

Pairs can tour the award-winning brewery while sipping on pints, or sample six 5-oz. pours before taking home their own beer glasses

Select Local Merchants

When Kristian and Amy Geiger met back in 2000, they fell in love with each other and with wine. On their honeymoon a year later, the Geigers didn't go to a tropical island, or spend an all-inclusive weekend in court like many newlyweds. Instead, they set out on their first winery adventure in Virginia.

From that point forward, they planned nearly every vacation around visiting wineries, and began enrolling in wine-education classes. As time went on, the couple began to feel the nudge of an evolving dream: to own their own wine bar. That dream came true in 2013 with Cana Wine Bar. There, Kristian and Amy fill glasses with old- and new-world wines, beers, and high-end whiskeys. The wine bar itself lends a homey vibe in which to imbibe those spirits, complete with private lounge rooms.

2554 South Broadway
Denver,
CO
US

The Empty Bottle

On an otherwise quiet corner of Chicago's Ukranian Village neighborhood, a crowd of 20-somethings spills out onto the sidewalk to smoke and mingle. Like its hipster devotees, The Empty Bottle seems to never sleep. The club keeps late hours and hosts bands or DJs nearly every night, from local showcases to celebrated dance parties such as the Windy City Soul Club. Even in the coldest months, the overfill spills out onto the sidewalk, where crowds huddle together for warmth beneath a black awning that reads “MUSIC/FRIENDLY/DANCING.” Inside, past the pool table and pinball machine, is a doublewide space and a small stage lit by multi-colored lights. Decorated with years of musical and barfly ephemera, the bar sits beneath a tilted chalkboard that displays the daily drink specials and beer offerings. The club prides itself on cheap drinks and cheap admission prices—all the better for checking out local acts you may never have heard before. Don’t try to take advantage of the staff’s friendliness, however, lest they decide to show you how the severed door of a CPD car came to hang above the exit.

1886 S Pearl St
Denver,
CO
US

Beneath the rustic beams at Old Mill Brewery, patrons linger over frosty pints of in-house crafted microbrews while chatting near the exposed-brick fireplace. It's here, after all, where local brewers trailblazed the art of creating fine beers before the trend took shape. Today, they continue to produce six stellar beers in styles that range from pilsners to lagers and IPAs to stouts. Bartenders also tap pours of seasonal brews, such as a coconut porter, double IPA, or a fruit-infused raspberry red. Platefuls of home-cooked American fare complement each sip of suds, and include classic burgers and sandwiches along with a slew of succulent entrees?such as homemade fish ?n? chips. Nestled in historic downtown Littleton, Old Mill Brewery welcomes scores of friends and family who flock to its homey charms for a leisurely meal or to enjoy televised sporting events on its big-screen TVs.

5798 S Rapp St
Littleton,
CO
US

People first started patronizing Delizios' location back in 1890, when it was O'Briens General Store. The spot evolved with the times, though, first into a saloon and then, just as the car was growing popular, into a gas station. Today, after a nine-month renovation, Delizios' kitchen sits where the drive-through filling station used to be, and the dining room resides where the garage's "grease pit" once was.

You'd be hard pressed to find traces of the eatery's automotive past in its cozy dining room, though, which opens onto a breezy patio with views of Bega Park. In its cozy confines, diners sip their choice of the more than 70 wines on the wine list, and feast on Italian-inflected plates, such as choice cut tenderloin medallions with gorgonzola, or fettucine alfredo topped with grilled chicken breast. On weekends, the same Italian touches enhance brunch plates such as eggs benedict with crispy prosciutto, or banana's roster French toast served in a sea-worthy gondola.

2299 W Main St.
Littleton,
CO
US

Chefs at Little India's four locations infuse authentic Indian dishes with fresh and exotic ingredients, earning Top of the Town awards from 5280 magazine for "a decade running." The culinary creatives concoct a taste-bud-tempting lot of specialty dishes, from the butter chicken to the super-hot lamb madras, which makes taste buds sweat with scantily clad seasonings. Vegetarians can spoon a kaleidoscope of meat-free dishes, including the dahl makhani, lentils cooked with tomato and savory spices. Guests sip mood-enhancing beverages from the bar, and the friendly wait staff places plated Indian delicacies and unplated charades suggestions at their fingertips.:m]]

2390 S Downing St.
Denver,
CO
US

Jenni Lyons and Mike Burns founded Happy Leaf Kombucha by accident. Initially, their goal was non-commercial. They just wanted to brew enough kombucha to have it on tap in their house at all the times. Perhaps their extensive backgrounds in holistic nutrition and craft beer were what drove them to overshoot their goal. Its flagship, ginger-infused flavor, the lemon-hibiscus Longevity, is now sold in stores across Denver, as well as in their brewery's taproom, where it signature cranberry-lavender also intrigues palates. Those seeking more startling combinations can tap into the flavorful recharge of carrot-tarragon, mango-jalapeno, and grapefruit-rose.

Kombucha has a history that dates long before Jenni, Mike, and their partner Jeremy started making the healthy beverage. The tart fermented tea, brewed with sugar and a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast, has been around for thousands of years. Its eclectic array of benefits range from helping detoxify the liver to aiding digestion, which used to include a process known as "chewing" before kombucha was invented. Happy Leaf Kombucha puts its own spin on the classic, though, both with a steady procession of seasonal flavors brewed in Rocky Mountain water, and a commitment to keeping their recipe raw, vegan, gluten-free, and organically sourced.

3220 West 21st Avenue
Denver,
CO
US