If you would have met friends for a night of dancing…
Stream: Breckenridge Brewery’s DoYourPartCO Dance Party
Friday, April 3 at 8pm
Eat: A barbeque platter for four from Breckenridge Brewery’s Farmhouse Restaurant
After a successful first virtual dance party last week, Breckenridge Brewery is bringing you round two: DJ Andy Lubner will provide the tunes, and all you have to do is join via Zoom. Not only is Breckenridge stepping up to bring you some fun right now, they’ve also stepped up their delivery game in a big way with a huge free delivery area. That means you can get brews; Farmhouse eats including family-style meals like a BBQ platter with ribs, pulled pork, slaw, beans, and cornbread; and grocery items like eggs and ground beef delivered right to your door for a pre-dance-party feast. And as if this could get any better, they’re kicking $1 from every order to Food Bank of the Rockies.
If you would have been drinking at your favorite brewery…
Stream: Denver Beer Co.’s virtual happy hour & tasting
Friday, April 3 at 4pm
Cost: Free (plus the price of whatever beer you get)
Eat: A rotisserie chicken and a kale salad from Brider
You can’t drink at your favorite brewery, but you can drink with one: Denver Beer Co. has gone virtual. Tune in to sip and talk beer with head brewer Jason Buehler and co-owners Charlie Berger and Patrick Crawford. To get the full experience, order some of the feature beers like Pretzel Assassin Amber Lager, Incredible Pedal IPA, Imperial Peanut Butter Graham Cracker Porter, and Cervecería Colorado's Señor Piña Pineapple Blonde, directly from DBC via pickup or delivery. And while you’re picking up brews, you should also grab some food to go from Denver Beer Co.’s Platte Street neighbor, Brider; their rotisserie chickens are tender, juicy, and ideal for leftovers. Pair one with their kale salad: specifically The Kale Salad, the same one that’s been a beloved staple at their sister restaurants Acorn and Boulder’s Oak at Fourteenth for years.