Episode 37 : Expert Drinking in Denver, CO

This week on Expert drinking, we finally come back. For our return, we talk about Denver .. what should you do if you have 48 hours to enjoy the finest Denver has to offer in Beer, wine, spirits and food!

We start off with Beer, since we are beer people at heart and talk about some our favorite places to be in Denver to drink great beer, whether they are breweries, or beer bars.

While we talk about Denver we drink a delicious beer from Great Divide Brewing Company – Yeti Imperial Stout.

Next we talk about Bill’s favorite Hotel, the Brown Palace.

Bill then dives into the best places to get your grub on in Denver, including John Elway’s Cherry Creek, and of course one of the best Sushi places in Colorado.

We touch on a couple of the great places to drink great spirits .. and finish up with a discussion of the greatest festival in America, the Great American Beer Festival.

We also recommend if you are going to Denver, that you check out Denver Off the Wagon : http://denveroffthewagon.com/

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3 Responses to Episode 37 : Expert Drinking in Denver, CO

  1. Sherman says:

    glad to have you guys back on expert drinking. Good info to know about whiskey and beer bars to go to and also GABF Info. Thanks alot and keep up the great work

  2. michelle says:

    love the show…jonesing for a new one, tho..

  3. Todd says:

    Hey guys, great job on the Denver show. Looking forward o th Bruge show…weird that Denver is closer and I’ve never been, but had a great 4 days in Bruge (and beyond in Belgium) on a beercation.
    A word on Stranahans and the Rackhouse- the pub was opened by Eric Warner, former head brewer and then CEO of Flying Dog (now in Maryland). He also wrote the first style guide I read on German Wheat beers! I’m sure there’s more, but some fun facts for your next GABF trip.

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