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Denver/CO Travel guide

Discussion in 'Mountain' started by EdwardFortyHands, May 7, 2013.

  1. I will be spending a week there for a wedding. Please give me your local knowledge about food beer and where to stay what to see and do.
  2. Prospero

    Prospero Champion (775) Colorado Jul 27, 2010 Verified

  3. how about the real restaurants only the locals know about?
  4. Prospero

    Prospero Champion (775) Colorado Jul 27, 2010 Verified

    Restaurants, or restaurants with beer? Most restaurants with beer (good tap lists) are listed. The list was made by a local.

    Two restaurants I would have listed (except the # of taps/bottles are <10-12) would be, Fruition & The Kitchen both in Denver. But both well crafted/paired beer menus.
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  5. bitromp

    bitromp Aficionado (145) Colorado May 23, 2012 Verified

    Agreed! Both Fruition and The Kitchen are fantastic spots.
  6. Steve_0

    Steve_0 Savant (320) Colorado Mar 14, 2012 Verified

    You can also add Colt and Gray to that list.
  7. poonamibaxter

    poonamibaxter Savant (365) Colorado Jun 26, 2007

    Whatever you do, don't use the search function or look at the first 3 pages in this forum. Has this topic come up before?

    Spend a day or three hitting the beer spots but you should do your best to get up in the Mtns a few days. Yea we have a great beer scene but I love living here because of the proximity to the Mtns.
  8. denver10

    denver10 Poobah (1,020) Colorado Nov 17, 2010

    Ther beer scene is good enough that you can base a vacation around completely non-beer related themes and still always be around good beer.
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