In addition to the Denver Passport, the summer-long two-for-one drink program is now also available in Boulder and Fort Collins. Each city now has its own pocket-size black book, with 40 venues participating in the Boulder Passport and the Fort Collins Passport offering 28.
Like the original Denver Passport introduced last year, the two new programs exist to entice residents of Boulder and Fort Collins to enjoy the many craft beverage establishments along the Front Range. SALT, OAK at fourteenth and License No. 1 are among the participating establishments in Boulder. In Fort Collins, participants include New Belgium, Social and The Laboratory.
Passports for each city are $10 through May, but the price goes up to $20 on June 1. A Front Range pack including Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins is $30 now, $60 after June 1. All passports are valid from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Passports will be also available for $10 at two separate launch parties in the program's two new cities. The Fort Collins launch party is Wednesday, May 28 at 5 p.m. at the Mayor of Old Town, while Boulder will be celebrating Sunday, May 25 at 3 p.m. at Riffs.