RINO — Cure Organic Farm, one of Boulder's most popular farms, will launch its weekly Denver farm stand on Saturday at the Source. Produce grown at the farm owned by Paul and Anne Cure will be available every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the common area space at the food market located at 3350 Brighton Boulevard.
AURORA — Coda Brewing Company is inviting one and all to celebrate its one year anniversary on Saturday, May 30. Live music from Banshee Tree, The Lookout Mountain Boys, and the Workshy will be featured throughout the day starting at 1 p.m., along with sour and barrel tappings. The event itself will commence at noon, with the release of five of the most popular Coda brews in bottles. More information can be found online.
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS — New Belgium Brewing's Tour de Fat will be traveling to 10 different cities this year for its 16th season of beer, bikes and bemusement. The tour kicks off on May 30 in D.C. and wraps up in Tempe, AZ on October 3. The event has raised close to $4 million for local non-profits since it began, with all of the daylong festivities free for attendees but the proceeds from beer and merchandise going towards local non-profits. Denver folks can expect to see the bikers on September 12 at City Park, which will host a number of sustainable vendors and musical performances that are yet to be announced. More information about the tour can be found online.
RINO — On Sunday, The Infinite Monkey Theorem will serve a "Nosh and Slosh" brunch with a little help from Ian Kleinman of The Inventing Room. The chef has created a British-inspired brunch menu featuring traditional English favorites such as bubble and squeak, baked beans, crumpets, grilled mushrooms and bangers. Brunch is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs $20 including your first glass of Moscato, peach Bellini or other Infinite Monkey Theorem wines on tap. Call the winery at 303.736.8376 for reservations.
BALLPARK — Wurstkuche will host "Meat Matters" on Sunday, May 31. The meat-centric celebration that will focus on the art of sausage making and craft beer while touching on the issues surrounding producing and eating meat. From 1 to 2 p.m., a VIP sausage making class will be offered featuring Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe. The general admission festivities will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. Seven of Denver's best chefs, a funky live DJ, beer from Prost Brewing and five different types of sausages are on the menu for the event. General admission tickets are $40 and members of the Chefs Collaborative can get tickets for $30 and can be purchased online.