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What The Funk?!; Brunch On The Barbie; Austrian Feast at the Beast; More

Comida At The Source
Comida At The Source
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DOWNTOWN — Tonight at 6 p.m. the Sherman Street Event Center, Crooked Stave will present the What The Funk?! festival, showcasing the barrel-aged, the wild, the sour, and the funky. Crooked Stave's Chad Yakobson will be joined by brewers from all over the country, including Portland's Cascade Brewery, California-based The Bruery, and local companies like AC Golden and Hogshead Brewery, to present beers push the boundaries of style, often blurring the lines between beer, wine, and spirits. For more information, visit [Eaterwire]

CONGRESS PARK — After interior and exterior renovations, Govinda's Garden Café will reopen with a grand opening party this weekend. Live music and free samples of the restaurant's vegetarian and vegan food will be available on Friday October 11 and Saturday October 12 at the restaurant's location at 1400 Cherry Street. Govinda's is only open on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information call 303.333.4000. [Eaterwire]

BOULDER — Tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. enjoy Brunch On The Barbie in Boulder on Upslope, Aussie-style, as the brewery grills eggs, sausage, hot dogs, and brats to celebrate the last day of the 2013 Great American Beer Festival. Expect specialty brews and featuring trivia every hour on the hour with prizes. Click here for more information. [Eaterwire]

HIGHLAND — Toast to the final day of GABF over brunch tomorrow at 11 a.m. with Prost Brewing Company, Denver's most talked about German-style brewery. Lou's Food Bar executive chef Mike Peshek will serve a four-course brunch spread paired with signature beers from Prost. Tickets cost $40 per person. Call Lou's Food Bar for reservations at 303.458.0336. [Eaterwire]

CONGRESS PARK — Beast + Bottle presents Austrian Feast at the Beast, a four course wine dinner on Wednesday, October 16. Tom Jones, winemaker of Hillinger Winery in Wagram, Austria, will be present at the $65 dinner to talk through the wines and answer questions from attendees. For reservations, oenophiles can call Beast + Bottle at 303.623.3223. [Eaterwire]