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Wine Class at Luca; Worldly Beers; Project Pie Fundraiser; More

These are some of Denver's best events and specials from this week.

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BOULDER - On December 11, Project Pie will be donating half of the day's proceeds to benefit the Boulder Bridge House and work to address homelessness in Boulder. Project Pie plans to pack their restaurant with as many bodies as the fire marshal will allow, raising as much money as possible. Bring a friend, the whole family, or whoever to help raise more "dough" for the organization. [Eaterwire]

CAPITOL HILL - Bonanno Concepts has a wine class series throughout December hosted at Luca. On December 13, the class "Rocks, Dirt, Sun, Grapes" will feature Cabernet Sauvignon. This class will discuss Cabernet Sauvignon and the following growing environments: Napa hillsides, Washington deserts and French swamps. Class includes light snacks, wine and gratuity and costs $50 per person. Call 303.832.6600 to make a reservation. [Eaterwire]

CIVIC CENTER PARK - Tickets for the Denver Beer Festivus are now on sale. The Festivus is on December 13 from 3 to 6:30 p.m. at the McNichols Building at 144 West Colfax. The price of admission is $40; tickets can be purchased here. [Eaterwire]

RINO Crooked Stave Artisans, the distribution arm of Crooked Stave, has extensively developed its portfolio to include brews from all over the world. In a recent partnership with Sublime Imports, CSA has brought the following breweries into Denver: Malka Brewery (Israel), Alexander Beer (Israel), Mateo & Bernabé and Friends (Rioja, Spain region), Premium Beers from Spain (Spain), Cervezas la Cibelas (Spain). They can be found in Denver liquor stores. [Eaterwire]

DENVER - Peteybird, the local ice cream sandwich purveyor, is now serving up some holiday-themed treats. Some sandwiches sport decorations like a holiday wreath, gingerbread man, and candycanes. Other festive flavors include apple cinnamon holiday pie, hazelnut salted caramel, and gingersnap pumpkin spice. [Eaterwire]


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