Go brewery hopping -- duh
Denver, as you are probably aware, has countless breweries and taprooms. And though you could really brewery hop in most neighborhoods, Broadway’s got a particularly varied concentration of brews for you to taste your way through. Start at Banded Oak, Baere Brewing, and TRVE and work your way all the way down to Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales, Declaration, and The Post where you can end your adventure with a frosty one and some well-deserved fried chicken.
Go distillery, winery, and cidery hopping -- duh
Sure, beer gets most of the attention when it comes to boozy beverages, but the Mile High is also packed with plenty of locally-made non-beer options that are absolutely worthy of their own dedicated crawl. Five Points, in particular, has a bit of everything when it comes to alcoholic refreshments. Try Bigsby’s Follys and Infinite Monkey Theorem for a wine fix, Stem Ciders for bright, dry hard ciders, and The Block Distilling Company for vodka and gin made right in the neighborhood. By the end, you might literally be crawling.