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24 Carrot-A Gem Uncovered

There is life outside of the Boulder Bubble, and it shines in places like 24 Carrot. Located just 30 minutes away, in historic downtown Erie, 24 Carrot is a hidden gem. Named East County’s Best New Restaurant by the Boulder Weekly, 24 Carrot doesn’t disappoint. Shortly before six, on a blustery Monday night, the dining […]

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Sugar Pine Inspires with their Farm-to-Plate Chef’s Dinner

Culinary creativity was at the forefront of Sugar Pine’s most recent Farm to Plate dinner at The Lyon’s Farmette. Executive Chef Carrie Grenier bubbled over with excitement as she personally addressed the dinner crowd, conveying her complete devotion to good product in the culmination of her dishes with an enthusiasm and passion that I rarely […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

It’s a clash of the seasons in this week’s Frothy Five brought to you by Beer in Boulder! The mornings have turned crisp but the days are still sunny and warm and, as summer transitions to autumn here in Boulder, we can’t help but get excited for cooler days, sweater weather, football season, and some […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Here in Boulder, we’re in a bit of a seasonal limbo. For many, school is back in session, giving us major fall vibes. At the same time, craft breweries continue to concoct and release delicious, refreshingly fruity summertime brews, but hints of pumpkin and hearty spices are starting to creep closer and closer to taprooms […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

It’s a high-energy week at Boulder County’s craft breweries! In this week’s Frothy Five, presented by Beer in Boulder, we have live music, Pilates, a samba party, and more, all events that will get local craft brewery patrons up, moving, and grooving while they enjoy their favorite Boulder brews. Here are Beer in Boulder’s picks […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

The Olympics are here! The excitement of watching all of the Olympic sports and competitions has us thinking about all of the podium-worthy pints we’re ready to indulge in this coming week, which brings us to the Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! This week, celebrate Boulder County’s medal-winning (and potentially soon-to-be-medal-winning) craft brews […]

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The Organic Dish: Your Personal Sous Chef

People of Boulder love to keep busy. Sometimes, 24 hours doesn’t  feel like enough time to squeeze in cooking dinner. That is why the The Organic Dish wants to do the meal prep for you. All you have to do is thaw, cook and eat! “We want to be your sous chef,” says Dan Sorrells, […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

What sounds, sights, smells, activities, and tastes instantaneously transport you to a summertime state of mind? This week’s Frothy Five, presented by Beer in Boulder, is a collection of a few of these quintessentially summer sensations. From explosions of refreshing fruity flavors to barbecues to live backyard music and more, Boulder County’s craft breweries are giving […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer In Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Welcome to this week’s Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! Just because we’re into the second half of summer doesn’t mean that there aren’t still plenty of refreshing and outdoor craft beer events ready for you to enjoy here in Boulder County. Whether you’re craving summery treats like ice cream and s’mores or are looking to […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

We’re saying a big happy birthday to multiple Boulder County craft breweries in this week’s Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! From longstanding Boulder staples to new and exciting breweries, every craft brewery anniversary and birthday is a celebration of and testament to the innovative and thriving craft culture of our county. Cheers to many […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Welcome back from what we hope was a short work week and a holiday weekend full of sunshine, friends, and suds! Boulder County’s breweries haven’t slowed down in the days since the holiday and are continuing to spoil us local craft beer lovers with some unique beer releases and fun, educational events in the coming […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Welcome to the weekly Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! We’re just about ready to kick off the biggest of the big summer holiday weekends here in Boulder, and we hope you all enjoy a wonderfully fun, relaxing, and safe Fourth of July weekend. With over 60 events, beer releases, and more happening at […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Cheers to the second edition of the Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! We hope that you’ve been enjoying the summer weather and all the refreshing craft wheat beers, lagers, and saisons that have accompanied it. This week plays host to a variety of beer releases, street fairs, and live music to brighten your […]

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Blackbelly Butcher: A Contemporary Take on Old World Butchery

Blackbelly Market has easily become one of Boulder’s most beloved dining spots. Executive Chef Hosea Rosenberg has taken up-and-coming East Boulder by storm with his locally sourced, sustainable and organic menus that change seasonally. The newest addition to the Blackbelly family happens to be right next door and subsequently elevates Boulder’s already fortified food scene. […]

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The Frothy Five: Beer in Boulder’s Weekly Craft Brewery Events

Welcome to the inaugural Frothy Five presented by Beer in Boulder! Boulder County is home to over 40 craft breweries that put on over 60 events each week, from beer festivals to live music to new beer releases and tappings to game nights and much more. Here are Beer in Boulder’s picks for the five […]

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Quick Buzz: Boulder County Craft Beer Pours May – June

Welcome to QUICK BUZZ – where we highlight upcoming craft beer releases throughout Boulder County. Note: We will continue to update this page, so please check periodically to receive the most current info.   Now Pouring (May 23, 2016) Liquid Mechanics, Lafayette: New England Sucka Punch (NE Style American IPA), Merica (Session IPA, gluten reduced) […]

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Bijou’s Brings the Little Curry Shop to Boulder

   I’ve always been a huge fan of a good curry, the complexity and depth of flavor are at once delightfully exotic and surprisingly comforting…like a wonderful home-cooked dish. Eat Drink Boulder has taken an interest in the topic as well, we even held a head-to-head testing of all Indian food establishments in Boulder a […]

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Redstone Meadery delivers ‘Mead for the Masses’ for past 15 years

There is no denying that Boulder’s craft industry is thriving. People are willing to support local, specifically in regard to “craft” wines, beers and spirits, but what some aren’t discussing are the thriving cideries and meaderies who are gaining popularity in the arena, as more folks explore alternatives to beer in the modern craft movement. […]

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Boulder’s West End Tavern delivers big, bold flavors on BBQ & Bourbon

Spring is here and beer and bourbon are flowing at The West End Tavern, a great place to start if you’re looking for a stiff drink and a piece of meat in Boulder. With 25 taps and 75 whiskeys on the menu, ordering can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily for you, we’re here to walk you […]

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Countdown to Collaboration Fest

We can guarantee one thing: the beers of Collaboration Fest are sure to be some of the most unique, delicious and limited offerings you’ve ever tasted! Join us on Saturday March 19th in Denver! – Festival Organizers Tomorrow brewers from across the country and some 2,000 beer lovers will land in Denver for the third […]

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Boulder’s Organic Sandwich Company

To the Organic Sandwich Company here in Boulder at the corner of Pearl and 16th, a sandwich is much more than just a couple slices of bread packed with meat, cheese, and greens. Instead, their sandwiches are representations in and of themselves of the Organic Sandwich Company – whose mission is to provide authentic, organic […]

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CineCHEF: An Upscale Take on Dinner and a Movie

The combo of “dinner and a movie” will never go out of style. However, the “same old” can get boring. In its second year, as part of the Boulder International Film Festival, CineCHEF is a creative iteration of “dinner and a movie.” A gourmet culinary experience, CineCHEF showcases chefs from some of Boulder’s most recognized restaurants. […]

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Hops + Handrails: Most Epic Beer Pairing Ever

Longmont’s Left Hand Brewing Company hosts the epic snowboard and beer festival featuring Bluegrass legend Sam Bush Thursday, March 12 at Roosevelt Park. Get ready to freestyle hardcore with this year’s Hops + Handrails, hosted by the wildly entertaining Left Hand Brewing of Longmont. The festival returns for its fourth year and features beer, snowboarding and bluegrass […]

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Man v. Mollusk meet again at Jax Boulder’s High West Oyster Fest

The festival, presented by Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar, returns next Wednesday, March 2 at Boulder Theater. There is sure to be a whole lotta Shuckin’ goin’ on during the biggest oyster celebration in Boulder County. The fourth annual High West Oyster Fest (#HWOF2016) is said to bring forth “an Intergalactic Shucking & Eating […]

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The relentlessly unpredictable world of barrel aging with Avery’s Andy Parker

This is the exhaustively intricate tale of Lunctis Viribus as told by the amazingly talented mad scientist Andy Parker of Avery Brewing Company. Avery’s reigning “barrel herder” explains the ups and downs of blind tastings, and what it takes to make the cut from barrel to bottle. It began 13 years ago when Parker, still a […]

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Earning Your Beer: Fitness & Craft Beer in Boulder County

New Year’s resolutions, especially of the fitness variety, can be difficult to kick start after a holiday season filled with sugar cookies, toasts, champagne, and homemade gravy the likes of which you can only get at Mom or Grandma’s house. They can likewise be difficult to maintain through the winter months at the beginning of […]

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Ball Aerospace engineer fights the battle of the fizz so you don’t have to

How many aerospace engineers does it take to keep a beer from spilling? This question is answered by one microbrew-loving Ball Aerospace engineer, who took his frustrations with flat beer and developed a product that is saving countless beers with his product, Pop&Stop. Pop&Stop is a handy 2-in-1 beer opener and sealer that CEO Joe Hackel […]

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Wild Woods Brewery: A Nature-Inspired Craft Beer Story

Two of the most quintessential things about Boulder are the area’s love and appreciation for the outdoors and its love and appreciation for creative and imaginative craft beer. Wild Woods Brewery combines these two loves into a host of delicious nature-inspired beers, making it a uniquely Boulder craft brewery and entrepreneurial story. Wisconsin natives who […]

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Denver International Wine Festival: A Must-Do!

Everyone should attend the Denver International Wine Festival at least once in their life. Started in 2005 by Christopher and Darcy Davies, the festival has continued to educate newcomers and wine lovers, promoting the discovery of hidden gems in the wine industry. After realizing that most of Colorado’s wine festivals are held in the mountains, […]

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Good Food and Great Films Unite

Inspiration can come from anywhere. For Anthony Lucero, the maker of East Side Sushi, one of the films from this year’s Flatirons Food Film Festival, the inspiration came while dining at a sushi restaurant. After working as part of the visual design for films like Iron Man and Pirates of the Caribbean, Anthony Lucero decided […]

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Finkel & Garf (Gunbarrel) teach us how to ‘Play’ with our beer

“Play Often.” This is the motto or modus operandi for the Gunbarrel brewery Finkel & Garf established by father-and-son duo Eric and Dan Garfinkel. Drawing on themes from his childhood in the D.C. area, where his father ran a toy company, Dan and his father Eric set out to create beers they enjoy drinking – […]

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Film & culinary buffs together for 3rd Flatirons Food Film Festival in Boulder

Unite your passion of all things slow food through the lens of documentary and short films at this year’s Flatirons Food Film Festival happening Monday, Oct. 19 through Sunday, Oct. 25 in Boulder. The film festival is the initiative of film and culinary buff Julia Joun, whose passion for the International Film Series at UC-Boulder […]

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Exploring Californian Wines Al Fresco with HANNA Winery & Vineyards

  Hanna Wines Al Fresco Event at Lone Hawk Farm with G B Culinary. After meandering through the beautiful country roads north of Boulder, we arrived at the rustic and simply elegant Lone Hawk Farm. The idea of dining Al Fresco prompts visions of rolling hills, lush greenery and rows upon rows of fields yielding […]

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A conversation with Crystal Springs’ Doc Shredder in Louisville

Every brewmaster has a story, and so do the beers they create. Adopting this philosophy of community and storytelling, I spoke to Tom Horst, who has become a new type of local celebrity – small town boy turned Ph.D. symphony percussionist turned high school band instructor turned brewmaster and founder of Crystal Springs Brewing Co. […]

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EDB Spirit Awards of GABF 2015 – Now with BEER GEEKS!

The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) wasn’t just about the beer, it was about the festival. In the process of copious amounts of beer tasting, I came to a few conclusions of my own and would like to share them with our Eat Drink Boulder readers for entertainment purposes only. Here are the unofficial Eat […]

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Boulder breweries dominate at GABF Pro-Am Competition

Boulder County breweries took home 2 of 3 medals awarded to this year’s Pro-Am competition at the Great American Beer Festival this past weekend. Lafayette’s Odd13 Brewing took home the silver, and Boulder’s FATE Brewing Company took home the bronze in the competition, beating out the other 93 entrants. The GABF Pro-Am competition pairs established […]

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Longmont’s Left Hand claims 3 of 8 GABF medals in Boulder County

Saturday was a great day for Colorado, but an even better day for Boulder as Boulder County breweries took home 8 medals at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival in Denver this past weekend. While Colorado took home 36 medals, Boulder County dominated the Pro-Am competition, with Odd13 Brewing taking the silver and FATE Brewing […]

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Upslope announces plans for S’PARK brewery and restaurant in Boulder

Boulder-based Upslope Brewing Company announced today that the brewery plans to open an all-new experimental facility in east Boulder in conjunction with central Boulder’s S’PARK development. The 11,000 square foot brewpub at 34th Street and Valmont is scheduled for completion Fall 2017. The new facility will be home to all of Upslope’s experimental brewing and […]

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Hoppy Happenings around Boulder

The biggest weekend in beer is coming up right after Labor Day. Aside from the upcoming Great American Beer Festival in Denver Sept. 24-26, this weekend is going to be one of the busiest for beer yet. If you are looking to get out and enjoy some great Boulder County beers, this is a perfect […]

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5 Reasons You Gotta Have “FATE”

Boulder’s FATE Brewing Company hits all the high notes The story behind the name FATE is essentially the same story told across many cultures. According to Wikipedia, Moirai is a name of the 3 sisters – or fates – who in Greek Mythology were said to have the power used to control the destiny of […]

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Boulder Craft Beer Fest returns Saturday

It’s that time of year in Boulder – a time when craft beer enthusiasts (present company included) will gather in Boulder for the second year of the Boulder Craft Beer Festival. With some 26 breweries in attendance, as well as plenty of food, games and music, this year is sure to be even better than […]

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Best of Boulder County IPA 2015

Who made US the judge of the American-style IPA? You might be asking yourself this question, as we asked ourselves when we set out for the first-ever blind tasting to see who we at Eat Drink Boulder would pick as Best of Boulder County IPA 2015. ‘How do we judge so many great beers?’…’I’m giving […]

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Unicorns, rainbows and rarities expected at Avery’s 22nd Anniversary party

Avery Brewing Company is brewing up quite a celebration in honor of their 22nd Anniversary at their new facility this Saturday, and CEO Adam Avery is pulling out some 50+ beers from the past to celebrate this new venture in Gunbarrel. After 21 years of piecing together 6- and 8-car-garages in an industrial alley off […]

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FATE Brewing’s Drink-For-Good Release Party Aug. 8

Join us noon Saturday, August 8th at FATE Brewing Company for our 2nd Annual brewed-for-good collaboration release party. Here’s the story. Each year firefighters nationwide raise money for MDA, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, with their Fill The Boot campaign. For the second year in a row we teamed up with our local fire department, Local 900, to participate. On July 7, […]

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Tickets on sale now for 4th Annual Jack’s Benevolent Bash

It is a gathering of friends and family over food and drinks to benefit the Autism Society of Boulder County. Not only are some of the best chefs from around the country all going to get together in one place, and for a good cause, but anyone in the country has an opportunity to win […]

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Quick Picks for Summer Brews

Summertime fun is here. Just as you’re about to heat up the grill for some delicious summer fare, you’re probably wondering what you should drink while you sweat the day away with friends and family. Have no fear; here are some highlights of what’s brewing in the realm of light and fruity easy-drinking (or sipping) […]

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Fog Theory Wines: Whole Foods’ Little Secret

Whole Foods Market is known for quality products, healthy choices and delicious food. However, the Whole Foods Market wine department deserves some attention. In my first experience with a virtual wine tasting, I had the opportunity to taste two unreleased wines that are coming to the Rocky Mountain Whole Foods region this summer. Fog Theory […]

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PMG: Broadening Boulder’s Horizons

There is a stigma that wine can only be enjoyed if the drinker has a broad knowledge and understanding of wine. Emily Gold would like to break that stereotype, which is why PMG is about comfort, fun and approachability to wine and food. On a quiet Monday evening, I walk into PMG and am instantly […]

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Eat Drink Boulder Enjoys French Wine

Shopping for wine is hard. Wine can be chosen based on grape varietal, location, region, producer, style, etc. It is possible to spend hours browsing aisles of wine and still walk away empty handed. That is why having one person choose three of their favorite wines and letting others taste, is a great way to […]

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Settembre Cellars: Sip, Savor and Learn

New Year’s resolutions tend to be hard to keep. However, if the resolution involves drinking wine, it might be slightly more manageable. One way to learn about wine is to select one type of grape and try different bottles of it. My current grape: Cabernet Sauvignon. Between January and March, I have been buying and […]

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