Beer, Wine & Spirits in Laramie

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

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

$35 $20

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Brothers Best Brewery and Winery Tours for Two on a Weekday or Weekend (Up to 56% Off)

Brothers Best Brewery & Winery Tours

Loveland

With the help of guides who know the area’s every path, visit destinations where local ales and lagers or reds and whites are produced

$250 $109

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

Syntax Spirits Distillery

Greeley

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

$24 $12

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$7 for $12 Worth of Wine Tasting — The Designer's Vault Tasting Room

The Designer's Vault

Glenwood Springs

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$12 $7

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Wine Tasting and Glasses of Wine for Two, Four, or Six at Winter Park Winery (Up to 59% Off)

Winter Park Winery

Fraser

Tastings introduce guests to various wines created onsite and may include anything from merlot and syrah to chardonnay and white zinfandel

$35 $17

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Beer Flights for Two or Four at New Planet Beer (42% Off)

New Planet Beer

Boulder

A selection of seven rotating gluten-free and barley beers includes American stout, red ale, raspberry ale, and Belgian amber ale

$26 $15

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Beer Tasting for Two or Four with Optional Growlers at J Wells Brewery (Up to 46% Off)

J Wells Brewery

Boulder

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

$20 $11

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Select Local Merchants

Since 1999, founder Lino DiFelice has paid tribute to his Italian heritage with customized micro-batch wines made to customers? specifications?often by the customers themselves. Armed with more than three decades in the business, a staff of experienced oenophiles, and grapes from Italy, France, and California, DiFelice is able to guide his guests through the bottling process as they select the flavors that best suit their tastes. At tastings, customers can mix a concoction from scratch and wait for the fermentation process, or select one of Vintages? signature reds and whites.

120 W Olive St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Located a short drive from Denver in the Napa Valley of Beer, the Anheuser-Busch Brewery brings beer classes to the masses from inside its state-of-the-art facilities. During the 35- to 45-minute classes, an official beer-school instructor instructs the barley-curious in the art of storing brews, choosing the correct glass, prepping glass, pouring correctly, and tasting different beers. Before heading out, you'll get a slew of grain-loving gifts, including a guaranteed ticket to the next free brewery tour to see how the beverages are crafted. Equine enthusiasts can pass the time between school and the brewery in the Clydesdale Hamlet to see how Anheuser-Busch's famous horses earn their keep by brainstorming clever advertising strategies.

2351 Busch Dr
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Cuisine Type: Made-from-Scratch Modern American Cuisine

Established: 2010

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 25?50

Parking: Free street parking

Most popular offering: Gnocchi Mac 'n' Cheese and Ranch Steak

Kid-friendly: No

Alcohol: Full bar

Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Pro Tip: Come ready to experience a higher level of service and quality of food.

Q&A with April Brigham, Owner

What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion?

Chef and owner Howard Brigham grew up in Fort Collins. His parents managed local restaurants here, and he began working in them at the age of 15. He developed his skills and love of creative cuisine over the years, and is proud to own a restaurant in his hometown.

Has your business won any awards?

We received 5 stars from _Feasting Fort Collins and Top 10 Date Nights and Top 10 Happy Hours from Style magazine._

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

Our staff is knowledgeable about our wine selections, and loves to help our customers discover a new favorite wine.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

At d'Vine, we use fresh and local ingredients whenever possible. We are a scratch kitchen, and take pride in serving our customers American food with a Mediterranean flair. Our menus change with the season, so we can keep offering our customers new and exciting menus.

2580 E Harmony Rd
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Though Magic Bus Tours' 21-seat limo bus isn't actually magic, it may as well be. Why? Because it transports its visitors to places and times they wouldn't otherwise be able to traverse. During the Fort Collins History Bus Tour, guests visit the site of the 100-year old Fort Collins Festival, hear the tales of bank robbers of yore, and glimpse the rolling countryside where pioneers played games of Go Fish by the light of blazing campfires. The Ghost Tour whisks guests throughout the city where they'll see ghost-hunting equipment up close, view paranormal videos and photos, and learn about the otherworldly happenings in the town's history.

In addition, guests can bar hop and sample multiple craft beers on the Fort Collins Brewery Tour, visit local farms during the Farm to Table Tour, and stroll through Fort Collins' Old Town district during the aptly titled Old Town Walking Tour.

25 Old Town Square
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Though Black Bottle Brewery hosts guest drafts on its lengthy line of taps, its own creations are immediately recognizable by the matte black bottles that serve as handles. These beers bear names matching the oddball humor of their creators, such as the "Mexican Hipster," an IPA aged in tequila barrels, and the "Social Insecurity," a low-alcohol Belgian session ale. The brewers may be seen tending to the fermenters in fake mustaches and Batman briefs, but their craft is entirely serious, extending to the use of a true copper kettle and locally sourced ingredients. The brewpub's menu shows off a similar level of artistry, from the savory flavors of a meat and cheese plate to the pure efficiency of a fresh-shucked oyster immersed in a shot of the house's beer.

1605 South College Avenue
Fort Collins,
CO
US

True to its name, Feisty Spirits' logo is a winking specter. This image emblazons every barrel of the distillery's aged whiskey, its winking visage hinting at the mischief and wonder inside. For there's a sense of playful experimentation that goes into crafting the flavor profile for each drink. The flagship bourbon, for example, is subtly nutty and earthy, while the cinnamon whiskey uses only a dash of the aromatic spice, which makes for a sweet finish and prevents you from roaring flames after every sip. Guests can see how these creations are made from the tasting room, where a window peers right into the distilling area. Here, ingredients boil and condense in a large, shining still.

1708 E Lincoln Ave Unit 1
Fort Collins,
CO
US