The Clyfford Still Museum's popular social series is back with an acclaimed new fall exhibit, Repeat/Recreate. The Seeing Double event, held tonight at 7 p.m., will showcase DJ Tyler Jacobson of Mile High Soul Club, local artists' installations, and food from Tony's Market. Tickets are $10 in advance and are also available at the door.
Vine Street Pub & Brewery hosts one of the best, low-key, free comedy shows in town on a monthly basis. This month's episode of Arguments & Grievances will be held at the Uptown pub on Sunday at 10 p.m. Local comedians will hash it out over this month's debate topics: Kanye vs. Beyonce, Sugar vs. Spice, Ghost vs. Poltergeist, and more.
Stop by Denver Deep Dish LoHi this Sunday to cheer on your team, eat brunch, and partake in bottomless drink specials. Every Sunday of the season, the LoHi pizza joint will air Broncos and Bears games with sound.
On Sunday afternoon from 3 - 5 p.m. at Zeal in Boulder, fermentation wizard Kirsten Shockey will be teaching a workshop focused on sauerkraut. Attendees are sure to glean much important information from the accomplished "fermentista" and will go home with a bevy of fermented products of their own.
Our Mutual Friend Brewery invites coffee enthusiasts to the 2nd Annual Grand Coffee Bizarre this Saturday from 9 a.m. - noon. The event will unite Colorado coffee roasters, coffee importers, and brewers for brunch from local food trucks, a specialty coffee bar, as well as beer and cocktails. Tickets are $25 at the door.
A one-day-only zombie-themed ramen extravaganza will take place during the Denver Zombie Crawl on Saturday. Spooky noodles will be served to the living as well as the undead between 12 - 6 p.m.
Corvus Coffee's head trainer, Doug Stone, will be teaching a home brewing class at the south Broadway location on Sunday beginning at noon. The workshop will cover the basics of brewing your own coffee including flavor development and how to choose your ideal coffee. Tickets are available through Groupon.
Dry Dock's north location will be tapping a very special firkin tomorrow at noon. The beer is a blackberry apricot sour and will be pouring until the keg runs out.
The Big Wonderful will be closing out the events season with a bang this Saturday from 12 - 8 p.m. with local vendors, food trucks, live music, an on-site dog park, and drink specials. This will be your last chance to catch the Big Wonderful this year.
Diebolt Brewing will be doing an extremely limited tapping of its Hawaiian saison, the Wiggy Wiggy. Sip away the last remnants of warm weather this Saturday at the Sunnyside brewery starting at 4 p.m.
Join Fellow Magazine at Call to Arms Brewing Saturday from 3 - 11 p.m. in celebration of the fall season. Festivities will include a chili cook-off, food from MAS KAOS, live poetry, and a pop-up market with local artisan vendors.