Boulder County Wine And Beer Events Deals
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Epic Beer Festival - Denver
Epic Beer Festival: VIP Entry + Unlimited Tastings...
The residents of Denver may have an easygoing reputation, but they're no slouches when it comes to rocking out. If you've got a soft spot in your heart for a hard-to-beat party, show 'em what you're made of with this deal: For $49, get VIP admission to the Epic Beer Festival - Denver with unlimited tastings and an official festival tasting cup and T-shirt. Don't delay; after the first 1,000 purchases per time slot, the price will increase to $55. After purchase, you must visit the Epic Beer Fest ticketing website to redeem your entry ticket.
Choose from three time slots (6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 28; noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 29; or 6 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 29) and then head over to the Colorado Convention Center, where you'll enjoy unlimited pours of some 300 brews from more than 120 breweries. You'll get your very own commemorative tasting cup to use throughout the event, as well as an Epic Beer Festival T-shirt to take home at the end of the day. The vibe around here may be relaxed, but just like our city itself, this deal is unyielding when it comes to having a good time.
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Oktoberfest VIP Package
After a long summer, the first weeks of cool, dry, Rocky Mountain autumn weather (not to mention the beginning of football season) always puts a spring in our step. Celebrate the jump from summer to fall with a whole lot of hops—and barley—thanks to this effervescent Adventure: a VIP pass to the Denver Oktoberfest, with all-you-can-drink beer, plenty of food, and games, all in a rocking street festival atmosphere.
Choose any day over two weekends this September (9/21-23 and 9/28-30) and skip over to downtown Denver, where several city blocks will be converted into an outdoor festival grounds, with tents lining the streets, several beer gardens, a stage with live music, and more. After checking in at the LivingSocial tent, we'll receive our VIP package (a VIP pass, as well as an Oktoberfest beer stein, Oktoberfest hat, and Oktoberfest LivingSocial Adventure T-Shirt).
Once we've taken the leap into VIP mode, we'll have free reign of the festival. Our VIP pass is good for all-you-can-drink Sam Adams beer and unlimited food catered by The Goods (from a menu that includes jumbo bier brats, Polish Kielbasa, jumbo spicy organic chicken, and apple jumbo all-beef franks—all on a sesame bun with hot sauerkraut or sautéed onions and peppers—as well as sides and desserts) in the event's VIP tent. We'll also dive headfirst into to a bunch of great games and activities, including tailgating games at the LivingSocial booth, a photo scavenger hunt with prizes, and entry into a stein-hoisting endurance competition. It's no shame to admit you're bubbly over the prospect of beer, food, and fun this fall—so tell summer it's time to bounce.
Bookcliff Vineyards and Haystack M...
Wine and Cheese Pairing Class
• $35 ($70 value) for a wine and cheese pairing class
• Local wines from this Boulder winery are featured
• Tastings are led by an expert cheesemonger and winemaker from Haystack and Bookcliff
• Classes take place on Friday on Lee Hill Drive in North Boulder
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Craft Beer Pub Crawl + Sliders
They say variety is the spice of life, but lately your off hours have become rather bland. Face it, your weekend routine could use a good dose of something special. Kick things up a notch with this Adventure: a craft beer pub crawl.
Head to the The Ginn Mill, where the Adventures team will be waiting to check us in. There, we'll receive a souvenir pub crawl pint glass, a pub crawl map, and an arm band with five tear-off drink tickets, one for each stop on our crawl. We'll also be assigned a starting bar, which will vary on the time we arrive to begin our crawl.
From there, we'll head out into downtown Denver to five top-notch bars, all within a mile of one another. On our map are stops at Hayter's & Co., Jackson's, Lodo's Bar and Grill, Breckenridge Brewery, and The Ginn Mill. At each stop, we'll have one drink ticket to use on our choice from a special selection of the craft beers filling the taps at these brew houses. If beer's not in the cards, we'll be able to use our ticket on a well drink at the bar instead. We'll also munch on two pork sliders or a black bean burger from Famous Dave's Legendary Pit Bar-B-Que known for its secret spicy rubs and savory sauces. After this day of diving into interesting brews and 'cue, our weekends may start to look a little more interesting.
Helicopter Flight, Lesson, or Training Program...
A combat veteran and 10-year employee of the sheriffs' offices in Denver and Jefferson counties, Mike Fyola is the perfect person to show you the ins and outs of a helicopter. Take off from Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport and head for the skies with this deal:
• $150 ($300 value) for a 30-minute helicopter tour for two
• $225 ($450 value) for a 30-minute helicopter tour for three
• $175 ($352 value) for a 60-minute helicopter flight lesson for one
• $195 ($427 value) for a 60-minute helicopter flight lesson for one and one passenger
• $19,800 ($39,000 value) for a 60-hour helicopter flight training course
During the 30-minute helicopter tour for two, and experienced pilot will treat you to phenomenal views of Denver and the Rockies, pointing out landmarks along the way.
Opt for a 60-minute flight lesson, and you'll get 30 minutes of on-ground instruction before heading for the skies. The instructor will take care of take-off and landing, but you'll get to take the controls during the flight (and bring along a passenger if you wish).
The 60-hour private-rating flight training includes 50 hours of dual flight training, 10 hours of solo flight time, one check-ride aircraft rentals, the examiner's fee, and written-test fee.
The National Ballpark Museum
Museum Admission for Up to Four People...
Celebrate our national pastime with this deal from The National Ballpark Museum -- it's a perfect way to spend a lazy summer afternoon with the family:
• $10 ($20 value) for museum admission for four people
• Classic artifacts from several different eras are on display
• Located near the intersection of Blake Street and 20th Street
Why You'll Love It
Swing by this LoDo establishment (just a stone's throw from Coors Field) to introduce your Little Leaguers to baseball's greatest ballparks -- and show them the way baseball was played in the good ol' days. Some of the museum's highlights include rare and unique artifacts from the old Yankee Stadium and a section of Fenway Park's Green Monster, as well as plenty of insight into the history of the Denver Bears and the Colorado Rockies. Recently renovated and boasting a host of new items, The National Ballpark Museum is worth a visit whether this is your first trip or one of many.