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Juju Beers at Left Hand Brewing; Cook Street Pastry Classes

And Harman's new brunch eats.

Harman's Eat and Drink
Harman's Eat and Drink
Adam Larkey

LONGMONT — Voodoo has returned at Left Hand Brewing Co. with the seasonal release of its Good Juju Spiced Ale and its new big, bad brother, Great Juju. The Juju beers are made with fresh-juiced organic ginger to create a balanced potion of sweet heat and caramel candy. Good Juju is on draft and in six-packs, while Great Juju has a limited release on draft and in 22-ounce bottles.

LODOCook Street School of Culinary Arts will be hosting a number of classes at the beginning of April. Saturday, April 4 will start a four-part classic techniques series on pastries. The classes will continue on April 11, 18, and 25—all from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The four-part series is $389 per person. Cook Street encourages each person to show up to each class, as they build off one another. Limited seats remain, so reserve online today.

CHERRY CREEKHarman's Eat and Drink recently updated its brunch menu with all kinds of delicious options. From ricotta donuts to a whipped coconut yogurt parfait, and duck confit hash served with poached eggs, Harman's is stepping up the brunch game. Happy Leaf's seasonal tangerine vanilla kombucha and two Crooked Stave sour beers are also spicing up the menu.

Harman's

2900 East 2nd Avenue, Denver, CO 80206

Cook Street School of Culinary Arts

1937 Market St, Denver, CO 80202 (303) 308-9300

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