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Denver's Beer Robbed of Recognition; Brian Coppom Named CEO of the Year

And a new location of Jersey Mike's now open in Arvada.

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Jersey Mike's Subs opens new location in Arvada

Fans of Jersey Mike's Subs can rejoice as they can now get their sub fix in one more location at 15530 W. 64th Avenue in Arvada. The new venue, which opened on December 2, is at the tail end of a week-long sub fundraiser that benefits the Arvada Community Food Bank. The Arvada outpost is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

Boulder County Farmers Markets' Brian Coppom was named CEO of the Year

Brian Coppom, CEO of Boulder County Farmers Markets, has been named CEO of 2015 by ColoradoBiz Magazine. Coppom is the first nonprofit leader to win the award and has been recognized by the magazine for his creation of the Harvest Bucks Program, the Farm Labor Pool collaboration, and Seeds Library Cafe, all of which benefit local farmers and the Boulder community.

Denver is not listed among the 99 best cities for beer

Livability published a list of 99 Beers in 99 Cities, and while three Colorado cities made the cut, Denver did not. Here's the criteria used for putting together the list: "They are good places to live, they are consumers of craft beer and they are producers of the best beer around." Hello Denver! Or at least so one would think. The extensive list urges readers to visit Boulder (ranked #6) and drink Maharaja Double IPA at Avery, head to Fort Collins (ranked # 19) to sip on Fat Tire at New Belgium, then swing by Ska Brewing in Durango (ranked #33) for a Modus Hoperandi IPA.

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