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Happy Tails Happy Hour In Boulder; Meet The Beer Writers; Avery's Barrel-Aged Bike Ride

Falling Rock Tap House
Falling Rock Tap House
Photo: Falling Rock

AURORADry Dock Brewing Co. on Hampden Avenue. is rolling out some special beers this week in honor of the Great American Beer Festival. They've been pouring small-batch experimental beers like the Nibs Stout and a coffee milk stout, as well as two beers brewed for Redstone Meadery: Honey Blonde and Honey Saison. Follow Dry Dock on Facebook for the complete list of tappings. [Eaterwire]

BOULDER — Beginning tomorrow and every Thursday until November 22, get on the Happy Tails Happy Hour Boulder Brewery Tour. The weekly happy hours will be hosted at Walnut Brewery, Twisted Pine Brewing Company, J Wells Brewery, West Flanders Brewing Co., Avery Brewing and Roundhouse Spirits. Purchase a pint glass to benefit Boulder Humane Society, and get a free pint. Click here for details. [Eaterwire]

LODO — Meet beer writers John Holl, Jay R. Brooks, Stephen Beaumont, Tim Webb and Joshua M. Bernstein at Falling Rock Tap House at 1919 Blake Street tomorrow at 4 p.m. for pints and conversations about their books The American Craft Beer Cookbook, California Breweries North, The Pocket Beer Guide and The Complete Beer Course. For more information visit and a complete lineup of Falling Rock's weekend events, fallingrocktaphouse.com. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWN — On Friday, join Avery Brewing for the Barrel-Aged Bike Ride, a day of bicycle touring and beer tasting at five of Denver's premier beer bars: Falling Rock Tap House at 11 a.m., followed by stops at Lucky Pie Pizza & Tap House, Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen, Highland Tap and Burger and Star Bar. At each stop riders will receive a four-ounce pour of a rare Avery barrel-aged beer, a six-ounce pour of a palate cleansing beer and a playing card. The riders with the three best poker hands at the end of the day win prizes. Tickets cost $45 and can be purchased here. [Eaterwire]

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