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Harvest Dinner at Bookcliff Vineyards; All Colorado Beer Festival; Colorado Hard Cider Festival; More

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BOULDER — On Saturday November 2, join Bookcliff Vineyards for an annual harvest dinner at 6:30 at 1501 Lee Hill Road in Boulder. Tickets to this dinner cost $60 and can be purchased here. [Eaterwire]

COLORADO SPRINGS — This Saturday November 2, the All Colorado Beer Festival takes place at the Freedom Financial Services Expo Center from 1 to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 10 p.m. This seventh annual festival will serve beers from more than 40 Colorado breweries, and a VIP area that features another 24 beers not available to the public. Tickets cost $35, $40 for early entry, and $50 for VIP. For more information and tickets click here. [Eaterwire]

PAONIA — In its second year and growing, the Colorado Hard Cider Festival will be held this Saturday November 2 at the Delicious Orchards Farm Market off of Highway 133 from noon to 7 p.m. Taste Paonia's Big B's Hard Cider, Denver's Colorado Cider Company, Cedaredge's Blossomwood Cidery, and Loveland's Blown Spike Cidery. This event also features live music, barbecue, and an amateur cider contest. For more details visit rmcider.org. [Eaterwire]

SOUTH BROADWAY — Earlier this year Breckenridge Brewery organized a snowboard design competition, and has recently collaborated with Never Summer to print 250 snowboards with the winning wildlife-inspired design by John Vogl. These snowboards will be given away bars and liquor stores at 2013 ski and snowboard opening day celebrations throughout November. In honor of this collaboration, Breckenridge will release an imperial red ale, Imperial Express. A celebratory Breckenridge Brewery and Never Summer Industries Opening Day launch party is also slated for 5 p.m. on November 8 at Punch Bowl Social in Denver. For more information about the snowboards and a listing of opening day parties, click here. [Eaterwire]

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